Brigadoon was also performed in:
1961 and 1979 and 2001



Fiona - Kat Angus
Meg Brockie - Judith Barron
Jean - Donna Ewing
Maggie Abernethy- Kelly Tait
Tommy - Eddie McDowell
Jeff - Peter Tomassi

Charlie - Colin Povey
Harry Ritchie - Scott Walker
Mr. Murdoch - David McBain
Andrew MacKeith - Mark Adams
Donald Ritchie - David Mitchinson
Jane Ashton - Lorna Frier
Frank - Michael Scott
Solo Tenor/ Angus MacMonnies- John Whelan







Songs Include:


Almost Like Being In Love


There But For You Go I 


My Mother's Weddin' Day


From This Day On


The Heather on The Hill


Waitin' for My Dearie



Music By Frederick Loewe 
Books and Lyrics by Alan J Lerner


The Story 


Two Americans, Tommy Albright and his pal Jeff Douglas, chance upon a small Scottish village in a Highland mist. They discover, mainly from the village schoolmaster Mr Murdoch, that Brigadoon is an enchanted place that only comes to life for one day every hundred years. Tommy and Jeff meet Fiona MacKeith and Meg Brockie, and Tommy and Fiona soon find in each other a deep understanding. We follow the villagers through a day that includes a wedding and learn that if one of the inhabitants should leave Brigadoon the spell will be broken for ever. There is near disaster when a young embittered Scot tries to take his revenge. He dashes towards the forest but is killed making his escape. Happiness is changed to mourning. Tommy has by now fallen deeply in love with Fiona but he is told he cannot stay. He goes 
back with Jeff to New York and quarrels with his fiancée. Suddenly in a New York bar he sees a vision of Fiona and comes to a decision. He knows he must return to Scotland. There by the power of love he reawakens the slumbering Brigadoon just long enough for him to be reunited with Fiona.