Windsor Repertory Theatre company production programmes featuring Joy Parker

Scope and Content

  • Programme for Cinderella, Theatre Royal Windsor, 26th Dec - 17th Jan.
  • Programme for Her First Affaire by Merrill Rogers and Frederick Jackson, Theatre Royal Windsor, 19th Jan for six nights, with Joy Parker as Ann Hood.
  • Programme for 9.45 by Owen Davis and Sewell Collins, Theatre Royal Windsor, 23rd Feb for six nights, with Joy Parker as Mary Doane.
  • Programme for Trelawny of the 'Wells' by Arthur W. Pinero, Theatre Royal Windsor, 2nd March for six nights, with Joy Parker as Miss Brewster.
  • Programme for The Cradle Song by Gregorio and Maria Martinez Sierra, english version by John Garrett Underhill, Theatre Royal Windsor, 30th March for six nights, with Joy Parker as Teresa.
  • Programme for The Little Dog Laughed by Geoffrey Thomas, Theatre Royal Windsor, 27th Oct for six nights, with Joy Parker as Clare Pollard.
  • Programme for Sunshine Sisters by Ivor Novello, Theatre Royal Windsor, 10th Nov for six nights, with Joy Parker as Daisy Pell.
  • Programme for The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley, Theatre Royal Windsor, 10th March for six nights, with Joy Parker as Peggy Murdock.
  • Programme for Peril At End House by Agatha Christie, Theatre Royal Windsor, 24th March for six nights, with Joy Parker as Maggie Buckley.
  • Programme for French Without Tears by Terence Rattigan, Theatre Royal Windsor, 14th April for six nights, with Joy Parker as Marianne.
  • Programme for Poison Pen by Richard Llewellyn, Theatre Royal Windsor, 21st April for six nights, with Joy Parker as Connie Fately.
  • Programme for The Best People by David Grey and Avery Hopwood, Theatre Royal Windsor, 12th May for six nights, with Joy Parker as Alice O'Neil.
  • Programme for Thunder Rock by Robert Ardrey, Theatre Royal Windsor, 26th May for six nights, with Joy Parker as Melanie.
  • Programme for The Day Is Gone by W. Chetham-Strode, Theatre Royal Windsor, 23rd Jun for six nights, with Joy Parker as Florrie.
  • Programme for Shall We Join the Ladies? by J. M. Barrie, Theatre Royal Windsor, 7th July for six nights, with Joy Parker as Lady Jane.
  • Programme for The Second Mrs Tanqueray by Arthur W. Pinero, Theatre Royal Windsor, 15th Sept for six nights, with Joy Parker as Ellean.

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