MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB
MID-YEAR PLAY, 1959
AN IDEAL HUSBAND
THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY
ACT 111 —
The action of the play is completed within twenty-four hours.
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
— The Octagon Room in Sir Robert Chiltern's house
in Grosvenor Square.
— Morning Room in Sir Robert Chiltern's house.
Scene I: The Library of Lord Goring's house in
Scene Il: Same as Act Il.
TIME — 1896. Late in the season.
PLACE — London.
(In Order of Appearance)
THE COUNTESS OF BASIL-DON
VICOMTE DE NANJAC
Stage . Staff
Front of House
Amanda Smale, Bill Gilbert
Barbara Fargie, Judith Read, Peter White
Richard Burman and Judith Read
(Attache at the French Embassy in London)
LADY JANE BARFORD
THE EARL OF CAVERSHAM, K.G.
MISS MABEL CHILTERN
(Sir Robert Chiltern's sister)
THE DUCHESS OF MARYBOROUGH
SIR ROBERT CHILTERN, BART.
(Secretary of Foreign Affairs)
(The Earl of Caversham's son)
(Butler to Sir Robert Chiltern)
Set designed by Jane Norris and executed by Brian Auld.
Costumes designed by Brian Corless; executed by Janet Cook,
assisted by Ingrid Burke, Heather Andrew, Lynette Cleveland,
Lighting designed by Charles Colville and executed by
Photographs in the foyer by VERNON SPENCER.
The Committee wish to thank the following for their assistance:
The Union Theatre Company, Mr. J. A. Pollock of Temple
Publicity, Mr. David Carswell, Bee Taplin Interiors, 103
Toorak road; Mr. Peter De Berenger, The Melbourne Little
Theatre, Thomas' Pty. Ltd., 92 Bourke street; Mr. Robin
(Lord Goring's servant)
HAROLD S Footmen