MARGARET CLARK

Margaret's productions for Bawds include THE WINTER'S TALE, THE MANY FACES OF SHAKESPEARE (Various roles), THE GHOST TRAIN (Miss Bourne), LITTLE WOMEN (Aunt March) and A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED (pictured right as Miss Marple)

Since playing Alizon Eliot in THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING more years ago than she cares to remember, Margaret has appeared in or directed some 70 productions before moving to Cambridge.

Productions in London and for other Cambridge companies include VENUS OBSERVED (Jessie Dill), THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS (Smeraldina), SPRING 1600 (Ann), THE RAPE OF THE BELT (Antiope), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Hermia), THE TORCHBEARERS (Paula Towers), EPITAPH FOR GEORGE DILLON (Mrs Elliott), THE COUNRY WIFE (Lucy),  I REMEMBER MAMA (Aunt Sigrid), TIDDLY-PUM (Sophie), CARDS, CUPS AND CRYSTAL BALLS (Dora) and CIDER WITH ROSIE
(Schoolteacher / Grannie Wollen).

Other productions in Cambridge include BEDROOM FARCE (Delia), WOMAN IN MIND, BREATH OF SPRING (Nan), MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL, TIDDLEY-PUM, IN THE BAG (Mary)  NASTY THINGS MURDERS (Mary) for which she won the Best Actress Award at the 2002 Cambridge Drama Festival, IN THE BAG (Mary) and  HARLEQUINADE (Dame Maud Gosport). Margaret also directed a dramatic reading of the GOSPEL OF ST MARK as part of a Millennium programme in Cambridge. Margaret is also actively involved in presenting a series of words and music anthologies at various venues in and around Cambridge. Recent directing credits include WATERS OF THE MOON and HARRY SIMPSON, WHERE ARE YOU?

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