Non-Musical Stage Work

Louise Gold began her extraordinary career as an actress, and, while she is much liked for her work in Musicals, she has also made quite a number of appearances as a classical actress, some of which have been just as successful as her musicals. Below the webmaster has listed as many as they know about, and tried to list them in chronological order.

 Donna Rosita by Lorca (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre performed on 4, 5 & 6 March 1974)

 

 The Miracle Worker by William Gibson (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 1, 2 & 3 April 1974)

 

 Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 13, 14 & 15 May 1974)

 

 The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie by Jay Presson Allen from the novel by Muriel Spark (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, At The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 8, 9 & 10 July 1974)

 The Great Discovery Show – 1975

 Once a Catholic - as Mary Mooney, at York Theatre Royal, from Wednesday 28 October to Saturday 14 November 1981.

 Bag  (as Bella, tour, ?6 October to November/December 1983)

Sink The Belgrano - as Maggot Scratcher at Mermaid Theatre, 30 October 1986 (previews from 21 October).

When I Was A Girl I Used To Scream And Shout - as Vari, at Colchester Mercury Theatre, 24 August - 9 September 1989.

 The Little Sister - as Dolores Gonzales, at Theatre Royal Plymouth 11 to 20 October 1990, and, Liverpool Playhouse, 23 October to 17 November 1990.

Midsummer Nights Dream - as Titania at Open Air Regents Park 28 May (previews from 24 May) to 7 September 1991. Previews from 24 to 27 May 1991. Performances: 28 May to 8 June, 20th to 27 June, 4 to 20 July, 2 to 7 August, 15 and 16 August, 24 to 28 August and 6 and 7 September

 TheTaming of the Shrew - as Katherina, at Nuffield Theatre Southampton, 22 April - 15 May 1993.

 Our Country’s Good - as Liz Morden/Lieut Dawes at Edinburgh Royal Lyceum, (preview 14 September) opened 15 September - 7 October 1995.

 The Caucasian Chalk Circle - as Grusha , a Brechtian heroine, at Edinburgh Royal Lyceum (preview 12 Octboer) opened 13 October - 4 November 1995.

 The Cherry Orchard - as Dunyasha , RSC production: October - 9 November- Stratford, 25 November - 25 January Alberry London, and 27 January - 22 March National tour.

 Noises Off  - as Dotty Otley, at The Piccadilly Theatre, from 6 October to 8 November 2003

 

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