Alan Ayckbourn: Actor


The Man With A Flower In His Mouth (1958)

Play: The Man With A Flower In His Mouth
Author:
Marivaux translated by J.W. James
Opening Night:
24 July 1958
Venue:
Library Theatre, Scarborough
Staging:
Round

Director:
Rodney Wood
Stage Manager:
Alan Ayckbourn

Character
Man
Traveller
Waiter
Woman

Actor
Robert Fyfe
Ian Curteis
Alan Ayckbourn
Pauline Devaney
Stacks Image 192
Alan (centre) in The Man With A Flower In His Mouth
Copyright: Scarborough Theatre Trust

Quotes & Notes

Alan Ayckbourn rejoined the Studio Theatre Ltd company at the Library Theatre, Scarborough, in summer 1958 having previously been part of the company as an assistant stage manager with occasional acting roles in the summer of 1957. In 1958, he was primarily employed as a stage manager with more substantial and frequent roles as an actor.

The Man With A Flower In HIs Mouth was presented as a double bill with Love & Chance, in which Alan also appeared.

All research for this page by Simon Murgatroyd.