The Dame of Sark
by William Douglas-Home
Directed by Fran Guy
19th - 21st June 2019, at Cornerstone.
The play follows the course of events on the small Channel Island of Sark during the German occupation of 1940-45.
Fiercely determined though she is in her patriotism and duty to protect her islanders Sibyl Hathaway, the eponymous Dame, finds a mutual respect,
even liking and understanding, slowly growing between herself and the German Colonel charged with keeping order during the years of occupation.
The close of the play sees both liberation and tragedy and sudden realisation for both friend and foe.
The Dame of Sark won Best Play in the 2018/19 Exeter Drama Company awards for this production.
Oliver Hale as also won best Actor for his part in this production.
|Bob Hathaway||Doug Thomson|
|Sibyl Hathaway||Pamela Hoad|
|Cecile||Tara Studholme Lyons|
|Major Lanz||Graham Setter|
|Dr Braun||Ric Hutton|
|Colonel von Schmettau||Oliver Hale|
|Wilhelm Muller||Elliott Logan|
|Colonel Graham||Tim Harlow|