Directed by Norma Raif
A comedy by Richard Harris

Stepping Out, which won the Evening Standard Best Comedy Award in 1984, is a warm and very funny play about the lives of a group of women (and one man) attending a weekly tap-dance class in a dingy church hall. The dancing of the group improves so much that they can put on a grand charity performance.

The Cast

Mavis – Sue Stagg

Mrs Fraser – Dorothy Wilkinson

Lynne – Anna Filipowicz

Dorothy – Stella Hutchinson

Maxine – Tracey Parker

Andy – Georgia Richardson

Geoffrey – John Carroll

Sylvia – Claire White

Rose – Michelle Sutton

Vera – Kirsty Griffiths

Production Team

Set Building – D.L.T. Members

Set Design – Steve Hyde

Theatre Artist – Tracy Ireland

Wardrobe Manager – Marion Hurst

Lighting Design – Tony Birch

Lighting Operative – Eddie Bradbury

Sound Design – Peter Helm

Sound Operative – Sue Thorp

Stage Manager – Peter Dignan

Properties – Marilyn Poulton, Cressida Jones

Continuity – Dot Hynes, Pat Hatton

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