The Trojan Women (1912)

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Start date: 
22 May 1912
End date: 
24 May 1912
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Production notes: 
The play was performed by past and present members of the Society of Oxford Home-Students and friends, which included Rosalind Murray (Gilbert Murray's daughter). Gilbert Murray wrote the programme note for the production. Hilda Matheson, who played Andromache, went on to work with Gilbert Murray as a radio producer.
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Person Role Notes
H. Orsmond Anderton Composer
Montagu Burrows Actor Talthybius
Henry Couchman Actor Poseidon
Sibyl Egerton Actor Hecuba
Minora Fox Actor Pallas Athena
Julian Huxley Actor Menelaus
May Jenkin Actor Cassandra
Hilda Matheson Actor Andromache
Rosalind Murray Actor Chorus Leader
Rosalind Murray Actor Chorus leader
Hilda Napier Actor Helen
Olwen Rhys Stage Manager
N. F. Smith Musical Director
Patrick Wild Actor Astyanax
Venue Festival Dates Notes
New Masonic Hall (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England) 22 May, 1912 to 24 May, 1912
Source Format Location if held at the APGRD Pagination
The Trojan Women Programme
Engagements with Greek Drama and Homeric Epic on BBC Radio in the 1940s and 1950s Thesis library 41

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