THE ACTION TAKES PLACE IN A LONDON FLAT IN 1965
ACT ONE: TUESDAY AFTERNOON
(Interval of eight minutes)
ACT TWO: Scene One: 4 A.M. A WEEK LATER
Scene Two: LATER THAT DAY
ACT THREE: MORNING, TWO WEEKS LATER
Group Theatre wishes to record its appreciation of the work and dedication of the members of the Cast. Mary and Gillian have been travelling from Napier to rehearsals and Elizabeth and Marjorie from Havelock North, so “Sister George” has certainly been the focal point of their lives over the past weeks.
“The Killing of Sister George” is James Morgan’s sixth major production for Group theatre, his last production for our society being “Under Milkwood”.
Following this production he starts work on that great musical “Fiddler on the Roof” for Napier Operatic Society.