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South Pacific

  • 05 May 2018
  • 20:00
  • 13 May 2018
  • 15:00
  • Casino Théâtre, Geneva
South Pacific 2018


South Pacific takes place on an exotic tropical island in the South Pacific during the Second World War. Nellie Forbush, a young Navy nurse from Little Rock, Arkansas, meets and falls in love with Emile De Becque, a gallant, middle-aged French plantation owner. However, she has second thoughts upon discovering that he's fathered two half-Polynesian children. Meanwhile, a beautiful, innocent Tonkinese girl, Liat, has captured the heart of Lieutenant Joseph Cable, USMC - although he admits that he could never marry her. Liat’s mother is the infamous and enterprising “Bloody Mary”. When Emile and Joe set off on a secret mission to an enemy-held island, Nellie struggles to overcome her prejudices, fearing that Emile may not return alive. Based on James A. Michener’s prize-winning book, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein’s masterpiece contains many of their best-loved songs.


Ensign Nelly Forbush  Katie Johnson 
Emile de Becque  William Heckel 
Lieutenant Joseph Cable  Patrick McDonald 
Luther Billis  Barrie Duggan 
Bloody Mary  Jeanne Wälti 
Liat  Adeleh Mojtahed 
Captain Brackett  Robin Martini 
Commander Harbison  Eric Richardson 
Stewpot  Stanley Taylor 
The Professor  Sunil Chacko  
Lieutenant Buzz Adams  Hugo Powell 
Quale  David Stieber 
Radio Operator McCaffrey  Mark Clayton 
Military Policeman  Vasilis Konstantinides 
Dinah  Annie Schmid  
Ngana  Brielle Campbell 
Marie-Jeanne  Andrea Schmidt  
Henry  Jamel Abidallah 

The chorus:

Caroline Bailey, Daniel Baker, Christine Blom, Sunil Chacko, Mark Clayton, Dianne Davies, Karin Divia, Jenna Gobrogge, Karin Kaminker, Vasilis Konstantinides, Robin Martini, Mariam Naoui, Ty Nydegger, Hugo Powell, Eric Richardson, Antonia Sandoval, Annie Schmid, David Stieber, Stanley Taylor, Helen Weir, Liz Williams, Maureen Witting-Judge


Sue Lloyd / John Fox 
Musical Director Allardyce Mallon
Choreographer  Gen Steele 
Stage and Construction Manager
David Wrigley 
Asst Musical Director  Keith Hayward  
Lighting Dan Boyle 
Sound Jon Nixon / Frou-Frou / Sébastien Saborio
Sound Effects  Tim Mottram 
Front of House Sharon Gill 
Front of House Bar Susan Mutti / Len Everett  
Linda Greenwood
Jasmyne Cauchi 
Nancy Gill 
Mark Clayton / Stéphane Ducatel / John Fox
Rehearsal Pianists Joan Cambitsis / Keith Hayward 
Photos  M. Christie / Cristina Conti




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