Agnes of God
by John Pielmeier
AGNES OF GOD is the powerful drama of a young nun accused of killing her own baby. Also involved in the triangular situation are a psychiatrist and the Mother Superior.
We presented a shortened version of the play at festivals in 1998. At Woking it won an unprecedented seven awards (for details see awards).
The production then moved on to Spelthorne Festival where it picked up three further trophies. (for details see awards)
Agnes of God remains one of our greatest festival successes.
Director - Judith Dolley
Set Design - Paul Marshall
Stage Manager - Paul Marshall
Lighting - Malcolm Meades
Sound - Coral Stroud
|Winners||Woking Festival - 1988|
|All Women||Woking Festival - 1988|
|Best Actress||Frankie Godliman||Woking Festival - 1988|
|Technical Excellence||Woking Festival - 1988|
|Best Lighting||Malcolm Meades||Woking Festival - 1988|
|Best Youth Actress||Claire Nevers||Woking Festival - 1988|
|Winners||Staines Festival - 1988|
|All Women||Staines Festival - 1988|
|Best Actress||Claire Nevers||Staines Festival - 1988|
|Judith Dolley||Woking Festival - 1988|