The Dressing Room Doors (Cont.)
BROOKE ASHTON (Vicki) is probably best known as the
girl wearing nothing but 'good, honest, natural froth' in the
Hauptbahnhofbrau lager commercial. Her television appearances
range from Girl at Infants' School in ON THE ZEBRAS to Girl in
Massage Parlour in ON PROBATION. Cinemagoers saw her in
THE GIRL IN ROOM 14, where she played the Girl in Room 312.
FREDERICK FELLOWES (Philip
Brent) has appeared in many popular television series, including
CALLING CASUALTY, CARDIAC ARREST!, OUT-PATIENTs, and
IN-PATIENTS. On stage he was most recendy seen in the
controversial all-male version of THE TROJAN WOMEN. He is
happily married, and lives near Crawley, where his wife breeds
pedigree dogs. 'If she ever leaves me,' he says, 'it will
probably be for an Irish wolfhound!'
HOUSEMONGER (Author) was born in Worcester Park,
Surrey, into a family 'unremarkable in every way except for an
aunt with red hair who used to sing all the high twiddly bits
from THE MERRY WIDOW over the tea-table'. He claims to have been
the world's most unsuccessful gents hosiery wholesaler, and
began writing 'to fill the long hours between one hosiery order
and the next'. He turned this experience into his very first
play, SOCKS BEFORE MARRIAGE, which ran in the West End for nine
years. Two of his subsequent plays, BRIEFS ENCOUNTER and HANKY
PANKY, broke box office records in Perth, Western Australia.
NOTHING ON is his seventeenth play.
LLOYD DALLAS (Director)
'read English at Cambridge, and stagecraft at the local benefits
office'. He has directed plays in most parts of Britain, winning
the South of Scotland Critics'
Circle Special Award in 1969. In 1972 he directed a highly
successful season for the National Theatre of Sri Lanka. In
recent years he has probably become best known for his brilliant
series of'Shakespeare in Summer' productions in the parks of the
inner London boroughs.