The Servant of Two Masters
Leeds Arts Centre performed The Servant of Two Masters in October 2002.
These photographs were taken during the production.
The set for this production was designed by Malcolm Brown; the original set model can be seen here.
|Pantalone dei Bisognosi, a Venetian merchant||Martin Key|
|Clarice, his daughter||Rachel Morgan-Trimmer|
|Dr Lombardi||Edwin Barraclough|
|Silvio, his son||Chris Hudson|
|Beatrice Rasponi, a lady of Turin disguised as her brother, Federigo Rasponi||Jo Carr|
|Florindo Aretusi, a gentleman of Turin||Ian Major|
|Brighella, an inkeeper||Malcolm Padwell|
|Smeraldina, maidservant to Clarice||Kate Thorpe|
|Truffaldino, a servant to Beatrice and afterwards to Florindo||Richard Francis|
|First Waiter||Tom Bailey|
|Second Waiter||David Cooper|
|Production Manager||Margaret Davey|
|Stage Manager||Joyce King|
|Set Construction||Tony Nelson|
|Sound Recording||Jim Marshall|
|Sound Operation||David Mallinson|
|Fight Arranger||Martin Key|
|Wardrobe Supervisor||Jean Blundell|
|Box Office||Maggie Rhodes|
|Front of House||Samantha Sied|
The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.
Add to the archive
We’re always looking to add to our archive of past productions – if you have any other memories of The Servant of Two Masters, we would be very pleased to hear from you.