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Sir Buccaneer


  • Playwright

    G.P. Gallivan 

  • Synopsis

    The story of Henry Morgan, a romantic pirate, who was knighted and became Deputy Governor of Jamaica.

  • Play Type

    Musical Theatre

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Original Cast  
Mayor Derry Power
Don Miguel Derry Power
Officer Alec Doran
Taylor Gerry Alexander
Mary Elizabeth's Father Dermot Tuohy
Charles II Patrick McLarnon
Dancer Bernie Keogh
Chorus Eddie Lynch
The Lady of Panama Beryl Fagan
Pierre de Villiers Derek Young
Sir Percival Derek Young
Jack Radford Vernon Hayden
Ruby Angela Vale
Caroline Máire Ring
Dancer Phil Cahill
Gingerbread Boy Tony Hayes
Hunchback Tony Hayes
Chorus Donal Irwin
Pearl Derry O'Donovan
Martha Brita Strong
Marianne Eileen Murphy
Juanita Eileen Murphy
First Lady Eileen Murphy
Edward Mansfield Jack O'Reilly
Mary Elizabeth Patricia Cahill
Dancer Gay Brophy
Dancer Mary Kimberly
Chorus Sara Latham
Second Lady Sara Latham
Jane Canning Ursula Doyle
Briggs Othmar Remy Arthur
Sir Henry Morgan Godfrey James
Mayoress Loretta Clarke
Louise de Kerouelle Claire Kelleher
Sir Peregrine Andrew Irvine
Dancer Jack Birkett
Dancer Albert Regent
Dancer Frank White-Lennon
Dancer Basil Patton
Chorus Laura Nolan
Chorus Patricia Brogan
Chorus Joe Feldman
Chorus Leo Brown
Chorus Dermot Daly
Chorus Edward Ward Mills
Chorus Joe Black
Chorus Clem Morris
Chorus Jimmy Brittain
Production Team  
Director Norman Maen
Designer John Ryan(4)
Costumes Audrey Meredith
Choreographer Norman Maen
Lyrics by Audrey Meredith
Music by George Meredith
Musical Director Thelma Ramsey
Stage Director Monica Brophy


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The information for this entry was taken from the 1965 Stagecast and Dublin Theatre Festival programme.