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Mrs. Warren's Profession Oct 31, 1958

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Array ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Frederic Wood Theatre wishes to express its
warm appreciation to all those who have contributed
to the production of "Mrs. Warren's Profession."
The Vancouver Sun
The Vancouver Province
Ornamental Iron: Dan-Can Manufacturing Co.
Brooks-Corning Ltd.
Brownlee Office Outfitters Ltd.
The Department of University Extension
The Department of Buildings and Grounds
The University Purchasing Department
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NOTICES
This season each Frederic Wood Theatre production
will be presented for eight performances. We hope
our old friends will come on opening nights and
that by "word of mouth" publicity they will help
to make new friends for each production.
As an addition to the Frederic Wood Theatre Workshop Programme, on the last night of each production a panel discussion on the play and its interpretation will be arranged in which audience members
will be invited to participate. Coffee and cookies
(15$) will be served.
If you are not already on the Frederic Wood Theatre
mailing list we should like to invite you to sign
the guest book. The ushers will bring it to you.
as always, the Frederic Wood Theatre is happy to
accept gifts of discarded costumes, furniture and
bric-a-brac.
THE  FREDERIC  WOOD  THEATRE
presents
mRS. UJRRRER'S
PROFESSIOn
by  GEORGE  BERNARD  SHAW
directed  by  SAM  PAYNE
OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 8,1958
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CHARACTERS
in order of appearance
VIVIE WARREN   Shirley Broderick
KR. PRAED   Robert Clothier
MRS. WARREN   Joyce Sobell
SIR GEORGE CROFTS   Peter Mannering
FRANK GARDNER   Michael Goldie
REV. SaKUEL GARDNER John White
'. ■■■
ACT I - Scene 1
In a cottage garden in the south of England,
sometime in the summer of 1902
Scene 2
The same, a few hours later
ACT II
The Rev. Gardner's garden, 11:00 AM the next day
ACT III
Vivie Warren's office, Chancery Lane, a few days
later
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There will be 2 intermissions of 10 minutes
"It is true that in Mrs. Warren's profession,
society, and not any individual, is the villian
of the piece: but it does not follow that the
people who take offence at it are all champions
of society. Their credentials cannot be too
carefully examined." G.B.S. :
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J-K I\ *<L
Settings designed and painted by Cliff Robinson
Technical execution and stage management
Sidney Bennett
Assistant stage manager
Costumes
Hair Styling
Assistant to director
Ushers
Robert Dubberley
Jessie Richardson
Berna Chappell
Ralph of "Chez i.ichel"
Dusty Haigh
Bianca Barnes
Properties by members of the Frederic Wood Theatre
Committee under the chairmanship of Beth Johnson
Crew work by student members of the University
Technical Apprentice Group
Production
Dorothy Somerset
Jessie Richardson

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