Trap for a Lonely Man

Spring 1966


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Trap for a Lonely Man - by Robert Thomas
Performed -  Thurs 24th to Sat 26th March 1966 at the Blenkin Memorial Hall, Boston

Synopsis
The action of this psycholical thriller takes place in the living-room of a chalet near Chamonix. Daniel Corban reports his wife missing to the police. He is very upset. A young priest arrives and says he has found Madame Corban alive and well. He brings in the woman - Daniel insists that it is not his wife. Several people arrive and say that she is Madame Corban. Daniel feels he is losing his grip on reality.

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Cast
Actors names on right:

The Man - Arthur Dalby-Phillips
The Police Inspector - Graham Rodwell
The Priest - Bill Atkinson
The Woman - Diane Wilson
The Tramp - John Cammack
The Nurse - Bridget Robinson

Production Team

Producer - A. B. Stephenson
Stage Manager - Tessa Cooper
Set Design - John Cammack
Property Mistress - Bess Berry, assisted by Jane Casswell
Prompter - Margaret E. Comer
Business Manager - Percy Wass
Electrician - Alan Blakeley