New Girl In Town
Louise Gold Starred as Anna in New Girl In Town at The Barbican Cinema 1 on 10, 17, 24 and 31 July 1994.
Alderman - Godfrey Charles
Johnson - Jeremy David
Chris Christopherson - Frank Lazarus
Marthy Owens - Vivienne Martin
Larry - John Berlyne
Anna - Louise Gold
Svenson Masher - Simon Truby
Matt Burke - Billy Hartman
Mr Smith - Stuart Liddle
Mrs Dowling - Jacqueline Harben
Mrs Smith - Theresa Pitt
Reporter - Sylvia Griffin
Waitress - Helen Goldwyn
Politician/Henry - Reg Eppey
Music/Lyrics - Bob Merrill
Book - George Abbott
Based on "Anna Christie" by Eugene O'Neill
Original Production – 14 May 1957,
Musical Director - Mark W Dorrell
Myra Sands is one of the Lost Musicals most regular players, she and Louise Gold have also appeared together in: By Jupiter | One Touch of Venus (1992 Production) | Du Barry Was A Lady (1993 Production) | Red Hot And Blue | Something For The Boys | Panama Hattie | Gentlemen Prefer Blondes | One Touch of Venus (2000 Production), and, Mexican Hayride . They had previously appeared in a concert of highlights from Ratepayers' Iolanthe & Metropolitan Mikado , and have since appeared together on the commercial stage in Follies, and, Oliver!; They can also be heard on the cast album Oliver! (Recording).
Louise Gold and Susie McKenna had previously appeared together in Mrs Cole’s Music Hall.
Louise Gold and Simon Truby may have previously appeared together in Comedy Tonight.
Louise Gold and Frank Lazarus appeared together in Let ‘Em Eat Cake, and took part in A Celebration Of The Life And Work Of Dick Vosburgh.
Jeremy David went on to appear with Louise Gold in another Lost Musicals production, Du Barry Was A Lady (2001 Production).
Jacqueline Harben (sometimes billed as Jackie Harben) and Louise Gold had previously appeared together in another Lost Musicals production, Du Barry Was A Lady (1993 Production).
John Berlyne went on to appear in Regents Park 70th Anniversary Gala.
Mark Dorrell went on to appear in Side By Side By Sondheim 30th Anniversary Gala.
Myra Sands may have previously taken part in Thing A Thon.
Louise Gold, Vivienne Martin, and, Myra Sands have gone on to appear together in another Lost Musicals production Darling of The Day.
Louise Gold, and, Myra Sands had previously taken part in Camberwell Pocket Opera’s First Fundraising Gala, for which Mark Dorrell also played the piano.
Louise Gold, and, Billy Hartman went on to appear together in Gypsy.