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The Woman in Black

Adapted by Stephen Mallatrat from the novel by Susan Hill

Where and When

O2 Theatre, Fringe Club
8-12 November 2005

WIB

Blurb

Hong Kong audiences were appropriately spooked by this wonderful sold-out production, the HK premiere of the terrifying ghost story that’s been running continuously in London’s West End since 1989.

Cast

Arthur Kipps, who will play various personages Mr. David W. Wilkinson Esq.
The Actor, who will play Arthur Kipps Mr. Adam M. West Esq.

Production Team

Director Renee Lyons
Producer Adam West
Stage Manager Adrian Davis
Assistant Stage Manager Ashley Barrow
Lighting Design Ernie Maurice Corpus
Sound Design / Editing Wendy Herbert
Programme Artwork / Photography Adam West
Print Production Neerja Sujanani
Makeup Kimberly Wright
Backstage Frezy Matias

Reviews

South China Morning Post

15 Nov 2005

“The Woman in Black is a complicated ghost story with a cast of two: a solicitor (David Wilkinson) and an actor (Adam West), who transform themselves into a handful of dubious characters, twisting the plot to create intrigue and mystery…

“Directed by Renee Lyons, the play opened in a dark theatre. With few props and only a small stage, Wilkinson and West were commanding, drawing the audience into the haunting story… two hours of entertaining drama.”

Jade Lee-Duffy

Acknowledgements

Miss Linda Davy
Kindermusik by Catherine
Tracy and all the staff at The Fringe Club
Stewie Griffin
Toby at ‘The Globe’
Teri Fitsell
For their vocal talents, Stephen Bolton, Cindy Bayne and Lucinda Crowther-Wilkinson