'The Wedding' - Regional Programme London - 6 August 1930 - BBC Genome

'The Wedding'


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A Farce in One Act by ANTON CHEKOV
Characters in the Play
Yevdokim Zaharoviteh Zhigalov (retired
Collegiate Registry-Clerk)
Nastasya Timofeyevna (his Wife) Dashenka (their Daughter)
Epaminond Maximovitch Aplombov (her Bridegroom)
Fyodor Yakovlevitch Revunov-Karaulov (retired Naval Captain of the second rank)
Audrey Andreyevitch Nyunin (Insurance Agent) Anna Martynovna Zmeyukin (a Midwife, about thirty, in a bright magenta dross)
Ivan Milhailovitch Yat (a Telegraph Clerk)
Harlampy Spiridonovitch Dymba (a Greek
Keeper of a Confectioner's Shop)
Dmitry Stepanovitch Mozgovoy (a Sailor in the Volunteer Fleet)
Best Men, Dancing Gentlemen, Waiters, etc.
The action takes place in one of the rooms of a second-class restaurant
A Play for Broadcasting by Richard HUGHES
Characters Jack , a young manvisitors to
Mary, a young womanmine in Wales)
Mr. Bax, an elderly man '
Voices of a party of Welsh Miners, who are heard singing
The scene is a gallery in a Welsh coal mine
The Plays produced by HOWARD Rose
(For casts see page 253.)


Translated By: Constance Garnett
Arranged By: Dulcima Glasby
Unknown: Yevdokim Zaharoviteh Zhigalov
Unknown: Epaminond Maximovitch Aplombov
Unknown: Fyodor Yakovlevitch Revunov-Karaulov
Unknown: Audrey Andreyevitch Nyunin
Unknown: Anna Martynovna Zmeyukin
Unknown: Ivan Milhailovitch
Unknown: Harlampy Spiridonovitch Dymba
Unknown: Dmitry Stepanovitch Mozgovoy
Broadcasting By: Richard Hughes
Broadcasting By: Characters Jack
Produced By: Howard Rose

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