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Prince Edward London 1982  
Stephanie Lawrence 
Eva
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Stephanie Lawrence comes from a theatrical family and made her first stage appearance at the age of two. At the age of 12, while a pupil at the Art Educational School, she danced with the Festival Ballet. She has been seen in the films The Likely Lads and Oh Lucky Man. Her TV credits include The Generation Game and The Benny Hill Show, and she was a featured dancer/singer in the TV series Hi Summer. Her first West End appearance was in Peter Nichols’ Forget Me Not Lane and more recently in Bubbling Brown Sugar. Stephanie has recorded an LP with Johnny Mathis and her first solo single was called “Time and Emotion Man”.


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Mark Ryan 
Che
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Mark’s career started on the Northern Club circuit. Television appearances in Village Hall, Crown court, Emmerdale Farm and Coronation Street led to him being offered a free scholarship to the Italia Conti Stage School. He made his first West End appearance playing Vic Damone in the musical Dean. Following this he played Magaldi in Evita, before taking over the role of Che. While appearing in Evita, Mark has played in late night cabaret at Quaglino’s and on TV in The Tom O’Connor Show, The Good Old Days, Night of 100 Stars and Starburst. His recordings include the cast album of Evita, “Blondes and Bombshells”, and a single, “Soho Starship Captain”.


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John Turner 
Peron
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John Turner played his first starring role in the West End in 1956 when he took over in No Time for Sergeants. He had already spent three years at Stratford and had appeared in the Peter Brook-Paul Scolfield season at the Phoenix in Hamlet and The Power and the Glory. Since then his London theatre work has included Keep Your Hair On, Mr Burke MP., Twelfth Night, I Claudius, Lulu, Pippin, Jeeves, A Month In the Country and Room With A View. At the Old Vic in 1978 he played Claudius in Hamlet as well as Antony in both Shakespeares’ Anthony and Cleopatra and Dryden’s All For Love. His Cleopatra was his wife, Barbara Jefford, with whom he has played in many classics and has toured with, with both theatre companies. Their two hand show The Labours of Love has gone to some 39 countries all over the world, setting a new box office record at the Teatro San Martin in Buenos Aires. He was contracted to the Ealing –MGM and ABC film companies and starred in several feature films, while his extensive TV work has ranged from the heroics of Knight Errant to the villainy of Carver Doone in Lorna Doone.


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Kelly Hunter 
Peron's Mistress
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Kelly Hunter trained at Arts Educational and the Ballet Rambert which she left last summer when she was invited to play Lily St. Regis in the Dublin production of Annie. She has also appeared in Late Joys at the Players theatre and played in Victorian music hall at the Shaw Theatre. Her television appearances include Agony and she was also in the film Cuba.


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David Burt 
Magaldi
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David Burt joined the National Theatre for a season before going to RADA. He played Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Leatherhead and for an extended season at the University Theatre in Newcastle, Tommy in Hornchurch, a musical version of Great Expectations at Guildford and on tour in Canada, a tour of Godspell playing Jesus and Loot at Westcliffe. David has also appeared in pantomime including Aladdin, Cinderella and Jack And The Beanstalk and he spent a year playing leading roles in repertory at Worthing. In London he has appeared in Farjeon Reviewed at the Mermaid, Happy As A Sandbag at the Ambassadors and Drake’s Dream.


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Jacquey Chappell 
Eva (at certain performances)
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Jacquey Chappell was born in London and trained at the Bush Davies School in Essex, eventually joining the Guildhall School of Music to study singing, piano and clarinet. She made her West End debut in this theatre taking over the title role in Cinderella from Twiggy. This was followed by a long run in Harold Prince’s production of A Little Night Music at the Adelphi Theatre playing Mrs. Segstrom. She has played in many repertory theatres including Birmingham, Perth, Dundee, Northampton, Canterbury, and Bristol where she appeared as Sarah Browne in Guys and Dolls. Her most recent repertory work was at Nottingham Playhouse, this time playing Countess Charlotte in A Little Night Music. Her radio and television work includes principal roles in Let’s Celebrate, Songs For Sunday, Sexton Blake and The Demon God and All The Fun of the Fair.


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