In 2005, we staged York and Richmond’s wild west comedy, Wild Wild Women.
The show is set in Aggroville, where the Clantons and the McLairds are always killing each other, and where hangin’ Judge West and the Earps try and keep control.
Things come to a head when the lovely singing nun, Sister Priscilla, is killed by a stray bullet. Alice Tibbs, of the Peaceable Haven Saloon, convinces all the women folk to take part in a love strike to bring the men to their senses. There is much twitching of the Doves at the Red Candle Saloon and moaning amongst the women, as they sing and dance themselves out of the dilemma.
The score features songs including Peaceable Haven, Aggroville, Bundle Of Joy and the rousing title song Wild Wild Women.
The production raised £1,600 which was donated to The Royal National Institute for the Blind.
|Wyatt Earp||Maxwell Harkness|
|Virgil Earp||Brian Coles|
|Jamie Earp||Simon Tidball|
|Morgan Earp||John Scoates|
|Judge West||Rick Williams|
|Bill Tibbs||Steve Ellis|
|Alice Tibbs||Roma Ridley|
|Sister Pricilla||Jenny Swallow|
|Jane Clanton||Claire Ridley|
|Robert McLaird||Ed Fisher|
|Madam Lola||Carol Williams|
|Mrs West||Ceren Roberts|
|Mrs McLaird||Pam McGowan|
|Myrtle McLaird||Vanda Simmonds|
|Mrs Clanton||Stephanie Ware|
|Mr Clanton||Alan Anders|
|Mr McLaird||Les McGowan|
|Clint McLaird||Ben Banks|
|Musical Director||Jean George|
|Front of House||Maggie Warren|
|Costumes||'The Wardrobe Mistress'|
|Act One||Act Two|
|Peaceable Haven||Dancing Backwards|
|Aggroville||Ooh La La|
|A Man Alone||Heart Of Gold|
|Peaceable Haven (Reprise)||The Stars Already Know|
|Head Over Heels||Wild Wild Women (Reprise)|
|The Earps||Full O'Love|
|The Earps (Reprise)||Second Hand Rag|
|Bundle Of Joy||The Ballad Of Romeo And Juliet|
|Madame De Pompadour||Madame de Pompadour (Reprise)|
|Wild Wild Women||The Stars Already Know (Reprise)|
|The Vow||A Man Alone (Reprise)|
|Act One Finale|
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