Wild Orchids archiveElegant, humorous and steeped in the glamour of the 1930s, Wild Orchids is the story of a prince who continues to mourn for Leocadia, a beautiful Parisian singer who died tragically after only three blissful days of love. Written in 1940, this stylish romantic comedy was first performed in London in the 1950s, where it ran successfully for two years under the title Time Remembered.

Author Jean Anouilh.

Archive listings for Wild Orchids

Work type: Play.

T02006535299 (CHIFEST02)

Translation Timberlake Wertenbaker. Director Edward Kemp. Design Poppy Mitchell. Lighting Jon Buswell. Sound John Leonard. Music Gary Yershon. Performer Patricia Routledge. Performer Michael Jayston. Performer Timothy Bateson. Performer Catherine Walker. Performer Kit Benjamin. Performer Edward Clayton. Performer Lewis Hancock. Performer Roland MacLeod. Performer Rosanna Mason. Performer Andrew Scarborough. Performer Helmut Scholz. Performer Sheila Shand Gibbs. Performer David Timson. Performer Katherine Toy. Performer Timothy Wright.
29 May 02 to 20 Jul 02Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L0332170121

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