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Set in London in 1735 in a time of lewdness and corruption a young woman, Hilaret, embarks on eloping with her beloved and instead is caught in a street scuffle and encounters a young gentleman named Ramble. The unlikely pair are hauled in front of a corrupt judge who is attracted to Hilaret. Ramble is “saved” by the judge’s wife and the play is resolved by the insertion of Hilaret’s father into the fracas.
By Bernard Miles. Book by Henry Fielding. Lyrics by Lionel Bart, music by Laurie Johnson.
Director: Ron Cameron
Choreographer: Maureen Shone
Musical Director: Don Graves
Sheridan Hall Theatre
Staff, a constable: Tony Vieira
Watchman: Kevin Nelson
Squeezum, a corrupt justice: Michael Hannigan
Quill, Squeezum’s clerk: Frank J. Mendicino
Mrs. Squeezum: Michele McLaughlin
Sotmore, a gallant: Vernon Hiller
Ramble, a gallant: Glyndwr Thomas James
Brazencourt, an innkeeper: Mary-Anne Taylor /Janice Ward
Politic, a coffee-house politician: John E. Prendergast
Hilaret, Politic’s daughter: Cheryl Hardy (or) Kymberley Huffman
Chloris, Hilaret’s maid: Michelle Anglin (or) Roxanne A.M. Carriere
Dabble, Politic’s friend: Mark D. Candler
Faithful, Politic’s servant: Carla V. M. Devenish
Worthy, an honest justice: Kevin Nelson
Captain Constant, a gallant: Timothy J. Alex (or) Mark Cassius Ferguson
Michele-Marie Beer, Sandy Bickerton, Jane Boswell, Anne-Marie Harkin, Pam Hryskiw, Phillip Hughes, Julain, Kathryn MacDonald, Randy McCormack, Cassel Miles, Linda Randle, Buffy Wallace, Fiona Wheelband, Geoff Whynot, Cathy Woodcock
Lock Up Your Daughters, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre
Theatre and Performance Studies
Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
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Theatre Sheridan, "Lock Up Your Daughters, November 21 – December 8, 1984" (1984). Theatre Sheridan Productions. 141.
Cameron, R. (Director). (1984, November 21 – December 8). Lock up your daughters [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.