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Legend of the Faerie Stone
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30th April 2005

Legend of the Faerie Stone

Devised & Written by the Invergordon Players and Kirree Seddon

Produced & Directed by Kirree Seddon

Stage Manager—Pam Summers

A take on a more serious fable, but still with elements of comedy, the Invergordon Players have improvised their way onto the boards using ‘devised theatre’. The finished item is a strong story with an imaginative range of characters. The whole is an original piece, gradually worked together with fun and laughter (and torture!) along the way. Prepare to go back into Scotland’s recent history for Lairds, mine workers, lonely daughters and of course faeries!

We will be showing you photos of the night very soon... stand by....
 

Legend of the Faerie Stone

The Cast in order of appearance...

Carrie Hunter fresh from Tain Panto, is in her first role with the I.Ps as
both a Daughter and Faerie Lavender

Robyn MacKay is another recruit from Tain panto,
playing Sister to Carrie’s character and Faerie Petal

Fuggo King is playing Mum and the more mature housekeeper, Mhairi MacKenzie

Adrian Clark as Dad and Mr Housekeeper, Duncan MacKenzie

Robert King not limping in this role, as Hector the mine worker

Emily Goodwin is playing Will (Hector’s friend and mine worker)

Chris Godley taking a turn at the baddie, Black Andrew

Maya Buchanan joins us again to play Black Andrew’s younger daughter, Flora

Cath Giles takes on the part of Black Andrew’s older daughter, Morag

Ro Goodwin plays Black Andrew’s oily right hand man, Hugh Dunbar

Christine Marsland a new player, has fun with her role as the Gypsy

Charlotte Connolly keeping an eye on us all as the Faerie Queen

Peter Whiteley usually heard of in a directing role, is taking a break
and joins the Invergordon Players as the Faerie King

 

Also on the night. . .

Tam O’ Shanter

Written by Robert Burns

Produced & Directed by Kirree Seddon

Phoenix VP present an Easter Ross Youth Theatre production in association with Eden Court Theatre. A multi-media production adaptation from the classic Scot's tale. Accompanying material to tonight’s live performance recorded at Arts In Motion, Evanton.

the Cast............

Tam.......................Alexander MacLeod

Meg.............................Emily Goodwin

Kate/Witch 1..............Siobhan MacNeil

Miller/witch 2...............Emma MacNeil

Smith/Witch 3.............Yasmin Murdoch

Brown/Witch 4......................Amy Ashe

Souter Johnny/Devil............Sam Paget

Jean/Nanny........................Andrea Leat

3 dead people + murderer..Robert King

Invergordon
Arts Centre
 
Saturday 30th April 2005
at 8pm

TICKET PRICES
 
Adults 4
Low waged 2
Under 12's 2
 
Tickets were available
at the door.

The Invergordon Players would like to express their gratitude to Dalmore Distillery for donating a bottle of whisky.

Also, a big, big thanks go to: Charlotte (for costumes),

Anne MacKay, Charlette Edwards, Kath Hunter, Lynn Marsland, Kirree Seddon, Wendy Sanders; Marion MacKay, Marie Macdonald, Glenn Collett,
and Pam Summers for their assistance.

 

Funded by Awards For All, Community Economic Development, and the Highland Council.

 

 

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