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Levy, Benn W. 'The Rape of the Belt', published in 1957 in Great Britain by Samuel French Ltd, London, pbk, 84pp in the French's Acting Edition series. Good condition, clean copy. Price: £3.55, not including p&p, which is Amazon's standard charge (currently £2.80 for UK buyers and more for overseas customers)
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  • The Rape of the Belt: A Comedy [top]
    First published in 1957 in Great Britain by Samuel French Ltd, London, in paperback, 84pp in the French's Acting Edition series
    Later editions published in paperback with the ISBN 0573013713
    Original UK retail price: 6s net (six shillings)

Overview
Includes 2 photos by Houston Rogers of an original staging; also includes a stage plan, furniture and property list, lighting plot and effects plot. The play was produced at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, on the 12th December 1957, with the following cast of characters:

Roles
(in the order of their appearance)
Has 10 roles: 7 women and 3 men:

Hera, was played by Veronica Turleigh
Zeus, was played by Nicholas Hannen
Hippobomene, was played by Judith Furse
Theseus, was played by Richard Attenborough
Heracles, was played by John Clements
Antiope, was played by Constance Cummingss
Diasta, was played by Clare Bradley
Anthea, was played by Ann Martin**
Hippolyte, was played by Kay Hammond
Thalestris, was played by Susan Richards

**The character of Anthea can be left out and the lines spoken by Diasta

Synopsis of Scenes
Prologue

Act 1
Outside the Palace of Themiscyra

Act 2
Scene 1: A courtyard inside the palace. Two hours later
Scene 2: The same. The next morning

Act 3
Scene 1. The same. A few minutes later
Scene 2. The same. A few weeks later

 

 

 



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