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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
It was first performed at the [[Baxter Theatre|Baxter Concert Hall]] on 7 January 1981, directed and designed by [[Peter Krummeck]], musical direction by [[Ray Sargent]], choreography by [[Judith Krummeck]] starring [[Ray Sargent]], [[Noël Roos]], [[Bill Jervis]], [[Judith Krummeck]], [[Gillian Harris]], [[Lynn Banner]], [[Chris Galloway]], [[Trix Pienaar]], [[John Ramsdale]], [[Charles Gallacher]] and musicians Colleen Nero and Frank Mallows.
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1981: It was first performed at the [[Baxter Theatre|Baxter Concert Hall]] on 7 January 1981, directed and designed by [[Peter Krummeck]], musical direction by [[Ray Sargent]], choreography by [[Judith Krummeck]] starring [[Ray Sargent]], [[Noël Roos]], [[Bill Jervis]], [[Judith Krummeck]], [[Gillian Harris]], [[Lynn Banner]], [[Chris Galloway]], [[Trix Pienaar]], [[John Ramsdale]], [[Charles Gallacher]] and musicians Colleen Nero and Frank Mallows.
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 15:49, 17 September 2019

Scathkadie the Sorceress is a musical with book, lyrics and melodies by Peter Krummeck. Cast: mixed.

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Performance history in South Africa

1981: It was first performed at the Baxter Concert Hall on 7 January 1981, directed and designed by Peter Krummeck, musical direction by Ray Sargent, choreography by Judith Krummeck starring Ray Sargent, Noël Roos, Bill Jervis, Judith Krummeck, Gillian Harris, Lynn Banner, Chris Galloway, Trix Pienaar, John Ramsdale, Charles Gallacher and musicians Colleen Nero and Frank Mallows.

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Scathkadie the Sorceress theatre programme, 1981.

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