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Alvina Houghton, the headstrong daughter of a widowed Midlands draper, comes of age just as her father’s business is failing. In a desperate attempt to regain his fortune and secure his daughter’s proper place in society, James Houghton buys a theatre. Among the travelling performers he employs is Ciccio, a sensual Italian who immediately captures Alvina’s attention. A celebration of freedom, however fleeting, and a testament to the power of the imagination to transform even the most mundane life.
The script has been vetted by international D.H. Lawrence scholar, Catherine Brown. Jessica Levinson Young, Artistic Director of Untold Theatre, writes, “I absolutely loved this script for The Lost Girl. It has incredible pace and the dialogue simply leaps off the page!" Another of Germaine Shames' D.H. Lawrence adaptations, THE VIRGIN and the GYPSY, received a reading at the 2018 Festival of New American Theatre.
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We are thrilled to have an amazing cast and crew:
In the cast, we have
Alvina Houghton - Sarah Hobbs
Mrs Houghton - Andrea Sandell
Mr Houghton - Duncan Hess
Miss Frost - Annie Walker
Mr May - Jay Robertson
Madame Rochard - Laura Jury
Ciccio - Ben Butler-Cole
Max - Charlie Tripp
Expectant father - Charlie Tripp
In our creative team and crew we have
Author - Germaine Shames
Director - Laura Jury
Stage Manager - Sammy Hickman
Assistant stage manager - Rebekah Horton
Techincal assistant - Sophie Rogers
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