La Belle Dulcinee: Ivana Mixova
Don Quichotte: Miroslav Cangalovic
Sancho: Ladko Korosec
Pedro: Deirdre Pleydell
Garcias: Christine Wilson
Rodriguez: David Johnston
Juan: Minoo Golvala
Tenebrun: Maurice Bowen
A Bandit: Giuseppe Sorbello
First Footman: James Armstrong
Second Footman: Dermod Gloster
|Set Design||Reginald Woolley
|Costume Design||Reginald Woolley
|Wexford Chorus Coach||Mrs C Hore
|Visiting Chorus Coach||Oliver Broome
|Assistant Chorus Coaches||James Gaynor, Joe Lowney
Don Quichotte, an aging and delusional knight, believes himself to be a hero on a quest to save the world. He sets out on his journey with his loyal squire Sancho Panza by his side. Along the way, he encounters a band of gypsies and falls in love with their queen, Dulcinée. Despite her rejection of his advances, Don Quichotte remains devoted to her and continues on his quest.
Don Quichotte arrives at Dulcinée's palace, where she is being courted by a wealthy suitor. Don Quichotte challenges him to a duel, but is quickly defeated. Despite this setback, Don Quichotte remains determined to win Dulcinée's heart and sets out on another adventure.
Don Quichotte and Sancho Panza are captured by bandits and taken to a mountain hideout. There, Don Quichotte hears the voice of Dulcinée calling out to him and believes he has found her. In reality, it is a trap set by the bandits. Don Quichotte is severely beaten and left for dead.
Don Quichotte returns home, broken and defeated. He reflects on his life and the choices he has made. In a final act of heroism, he saves a young couple from danger before passing away peacefully.