CALL ME MADAM GALLERY
CALL ME MADAM PROGRAM

“One of Irving Berlin’s most enchanting scores – fresh light and beguiling.”

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Ambassador Sally Adams, with the slimmest of slim credentials, is sent off as the American Ambassador to the tiny principality of Lichtenburg. It’s not long before her down-to-earth and typically undiplomatic manner has surprised and charmed the local gentry, including the handsome Prime Minister. Foreign Policy was never this much fun in this beguiling tale of international and personal relations!

Starring Geraldine Turner, CALL ME MADAM stands in the forefront of the great post-war Musical Comedies. The original production featured the first lady of Musical Comedy, Ethel Merman, who did not miss a performance in the 644 show run! Featuring many of Irving Berlin’s best tunes, including It’s a Lovely Day , You’re Just In Love, and Something to Dance About.

4 PERFORMANCES • 17, 19 & 20 May, 2000

Director
Gary Young
Costume Designer
Victoria Rowell
Sound Design
Peter Grubb for
System Sound
Musical Director/Conductor
Guy Simpson
Set Designer
Dale Ferguson/Leon Salom

Choreographer
Ross Coleman
Lighting Designer
Chris Peterson

CAST

Geraldine Turner
Geraldine TurnerMrs Sally Adams
Grant Smith
Grant SmithCosmo Constantine
Spencer McLaren
Spencer McLarenKenneth Gibson
Rachael Beck
Rachael BeckPrincess Maria
Reg Gorman
Reg GormanCongressman Wilkins
Clive Hearne
Clive HearneSenator Gallagher
David Ravenswood
David RavenswoodSenator Brockbank
Robin Cuming
Robin CumingThe Grand Duke Otto
Barry Mitchell
Barry MitchellPrime Minister Sebastian
Jackie Rees
Jackie ReesThe Grand Duchess Sophie
Graeme M RussellMr Gibson

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