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THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE
March 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1946
Thirty-first Annual Performance
HONORARY PRESIDENT
Professor Walter H. &*$■
HONORARY MEMBERS
Prof.  F, G.  C  Wood  IFrmnrJerJ
Prof. Thoflcif Larsen
Marsafet Angllri
Edith Wynne Matthiion
Charle* Rsnn Kennedy
ADVISORY BOARD
Professor Warier H. Gaofi
Pro*, and M-s  F. G. C. Wottf
MIjs Dorothy Somerset
Mra Elsie Graham
EXECLTIVE
President	
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Secretary	
Treasurer	
. _Jack Duffus, Ap.  Sc    4$
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Joy Ccohill, Arti '47
—Donald   McDonnell.  Arts  '46
COMMITTEE
Donal Wilson, Art* '44 James Argus, Com. '47
Chester Taylor, Ap, Sc. '43 U^b
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HIS HONOUR THE LIEUT.-GOVERNOR
AND MRS. W. C. WOODWARD
MRS. NORMAN A. M. MacKENZIE
MRS. E. W. HAMBER
MRS. JOSEPH CLEARIHUE
MRS. GEORGE T. CUNNINGHAM
MRS. A. E. LORD
MRS. DENIS MURPHY
MRS. W. G. MURRIN
MRS. R. H. NEELANDS
MRS. J. F. WALKER
MRS. F. F. WESBROOK
MRS. LEONARD S. KLINCK
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Berkeley Spare
by John L. Balderston
CAST
(In Order of Their Appearance)
Maid  -  Joan McCallum, Arts '48
Tom Pettigrew   George Baldwin, Arts '48
Kate Pettigrew  Joyce Harman,    Arts '46
The Lady Anne Pettigrew  Beverly Wilson, Arts'48
Mr. Throstle  —, John Nieuwdorp, Com. '47
Helen Pettigrew Norma Bloom, Arts '49
The Ambassador  — Donald McDougall, Arts '46
Mrs. Barwick     Grace Tuckey, Arts '46
Peter  Standish     _ Arthur  Hill, Arts '47
Marjorie Frant ....Betty Peyman, Arts '49
Major Clinton  ..James Argue, Com. '47
Miss Barrymore Patricia Rogers, Arts '47
The Duchess of Devonshire  Anne Forrester, Arts '49
Lord Stanfey    Donal Wilson, Arts '46
Miss Sinclair Carol Aikins, Arts '48
H.R.H. the Duke of Cumberland Arthur Alexander, Arts '48
PLACE: The action throughout takes place in the morning room of
a house of the Queen Anne period in Berkeley Square, London.
ACT i.
Scene I.: Five o'clock, October 23rd, 1784.
Scene II.: Five o'clock, October 23rd, 1945.
Scene 111.:  Continuous with Scene I., 1784.
Intermission
ACT II.
Scenes 1. and II.:  Night—a few days later,  1784.
Intermission
ACT 111.
Scene  I.:  Afternoon in  1784, a week later.
Scene  II.:  Continuous with Scene I., but in 1945.
Director: ELSIE GRAHAM
Assistant Director: Gerry Williamson, Arts '48
Set Designed by Frank Vyvyan
Set Constructed by Players' Club Stage Crew
Costumes Designed and Executed by Mrs. D. Hirst
Portrait by R. S. Alexander
Play produced by special permission of Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. fjri cU+% &w I *?*>«; m *m frs
Mrs. E. E. Buckerfield
Mrs. P. Pogue
Mrs, F. Large
Mrs. E. T. Rogers
Mr. Pat Keatley
Academy of Useful Arts
Alberta Furniture Co.
Atherton's Antiques
B. C. Electric
Cunningham Drugs
Hampton House
Hersey Antiques
Hudson's Bay Co.
Love's Auctioneers
Pagoda Shop
Sinclair's Antiques
The Teakwood Box
CBR
U.B.C. Radio Society
The Ubyssey
The Vancouver Daily Province
The Vancouver Sun
The Vancouver News-Herald
SUPPORT THE U.B.C. MEMORIAL GYM. FUND c
&++%**%ittees
Production-Manager: Jack Duffus, Ap. Sc. '48
Business Manager: Murray Sager, Arts '46
Tour Manager: Joy Coghill, Arts '47
STAGE
Wanager: Chester Taylor Ap. Sc. '48
Fred  Maurer Ag. '46
William Wood .... Arts '49
Philip Robertson . . Ap. Sc. '48
Russ McBride     ....    Arts'48
Neil  Wilson Arts'47
Martin Edwards .... Arts'49
Gerald HHton .... Arts'49
William Vellutini . . . Arts'48
Gerald O'Connor ... Arts '49
Lighting and Sound Manager;
Lome Butterfield . . Ap. Sc. 49
Richard Clifford . . . Com. '47
James Adams     .    .    .    Ap. Sc. '49
PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISING
PROGRAMME
Donal Wilson     ....    Arts '46
ASSISTANT CLUB SECRETARY
Nancy Davidson ....    Arts '49
Chairman: June Gava .
Assistant Chairman:
Caroline Johnson
James Argue    .    .    .
Max Power   ....
Joan Bayne   ....
Ruth Fleishman .    .    .
Allan Cory    ....
TICKETS
Chairman:
Richard Newman
Assistant Chairman:
Strowan Robertson
Isabel Gould .    .    .
Edith Katsmelson
Edith Kenny  .    .    .
Greta  Ward  .    .    .
Chairman Faculty Tickets:
Judith Jardine    .    .    .
Hilda Halpin ....
John Darling      .    .    .    .
Ronald Heal    ....
Chairman Complimentary
Helen Wood . . . .
Pamela Butcher . . . •
Beryl  Gaff .    .    .    .
PROPERTIES
Chairman:  Robin Little    .
Carol Aikins .
Arnold  Watson   .
Ned  Larsen    .
Gerald Webb	
Arts '48
Arts '46
Com. '47
Arts '49
Arts '48
Arts '47
Arts '49
Arts '48
Arts '46
Arts '49
Arts '46
Arts '48
Arts '49
Arts '46
Arts '48
Arts '46
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Tickets:
Arts '49
Arts '47
Arts '47
Arts '48
Arts '48
Arts '48
Arts '48
Arts '48
HOUSE
Chairman: Caroline
Shirley-Anne Yeo
Lois Shaw .    .    .
Kim Murray  ,    .
Pamela Butcher .
Joan   Bayne  .    .
Joan Mitchell
Verene Maurer   .
Sandra Gordon   .
Mary Fiamengo .
Nancy Davidson .
Beryl Gaff     .    .
Elizabeth Gray   .
Robin  Little .    .
Judith Jardine   .
Edith   Katznelson
Helen Wood .    .
Joy Coghill   .    .
Ronald Heal   .    .
Strowan Robertson
John Darling
Jack Duffus   .    .
Gerald Webb .    .
Richard Newman
Johnson Arts '46
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COSTUMES
Chairman: Felicity Coope Arts '48
Philip Evans ..... Arts'49
Dorothy Done     .... Arts '46
Audrey Blanchard   .    .    . Arts '48
Patricia Cowan .... Com. '48
Birnie Reid  Arts '49
Vivian Latsoudes     .    .    . Arts '49
Sandra Gordon    .... Arts '48
MAKE-UP
Chairman: Adrienne Coois Arts '47
Verene Maurer   .... Arts '48
Audrey Blanchard   .    .    . Arts'48
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Twenty-three times.
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