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The Romantic Young Lady Mar 16, 1927

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 The ^Players' Club
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The University of Turkish Columbia
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th, 1927.
Under the patronage gf
Mrs. R. E. McKechnie, Mrs, L. S. Klinck, Mrs. J. N. Ellis, Mrs. J. W. de B. Ferris,
Mrs. R. P, McLennan,   Mrs. Denis Murphy,   Mrs. R. L. Reid,  Mrs.  S. D. Scott,
Mrs. H,  C. Shaw,  Mrs. C. Spencer and Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook,
TO   RE   PRESENTED  AT
New Westminster      -----       Monday, March 14th
Nanainto    .-■-----    Thursday, March 24th
and at Victoria and interior points during ihe month of May. tttyp iKnmanttr f mmg Slaiitj
(£tu*np be una 5?nrt[p i>* Agoalo)
A Comedy in Three Acts from the Spanish of G. Martinez Sierra
English Version by Helen and  Harley Granvltle-Barker
This play Is produced  by special arrangement with  Samuel  French of
New York,
After successful presentation In Madrid at the Teatro Eslava, and In
London at the Royalty Theatre, this play was produced in New York, at the
Neighborhood Theatre In 1926.
The play la staged under the direction of Mr. F. G. C. Wood,
Associate Professor of English.
CHARACTERS
Dona Barbarita—a very old Spanish lady Alice White, Arta "29
Roaario—her granddaughter ..Dorothy Pound, Arts '30
Mario I I W. N. Buckingham, Arts'27
■?    in   J—her two  older  grandsons' _       ._«.-_« t    ™
Emllloj \ Everard Nath, Arts  29
Pepe—"the baby of the family" David Brock, Arts "30
Maria Pepa—life-long maid to Dona Barbarita Honor Kidd, B.A.
The Apparition  T. C. Glbbs, Sc. '28
Irene Madge      Rankin, Arts '27
Don Juan  —- W. Masterson, Arts '28
Gulllermo Norman Clark, Arts '29
Amalia—"La Malaguena" Milla Alihan, Arta '27
SCENES
The action passes—at the present time, more or less, and in Madrid—
between one August evening and the next.
Act     I.—At Dona Uarbarita's house.
Act   II.—In the study of Luis Felipe de Cordoba.
Act III.—At Dona Uarbarita's again.
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ORCHESTRA
Under the Direction of Miss Ruth M. Jones
Overture—Fantasie  Espagnole Mofmcr
1st  Interlude—A.    Estudiantina Waldteufel
B.    La Paloma  _ Yradier
2nd Interlude—Ballet Music from "Carmen"  Bizet
Exit—The Gladiators  Julia* Fucik
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Costumes _ Miss Frances Dickie, Mr. J. Hulbert
Properties  Miss Bessie Hurst
Scenery  „ Mr. J. M. Jacob
Lighting  „ Mr. Gerald Newmarch
Press and Publicity Miss Doris Crompton, Mr. Bert Bailey
Programmes  Mr. Jack Shakespeare
Business Manager  Mr. Philip Elliott
Assistant Business Manager Mr. Edmond Mulhern
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Club Is much Indebted to Miss Jean Mollison, Glencoe Lodge, and the
Sinclair Furniture Emporium, 716 Seymour Street, for the loan of properties.
As in other years, thanks are due Mr. J. N. Harvey, of J. N. Harvey, Ltd., 417
Hastings Street, West, for assistance with men's costumes.
The costume worn by Miss Pound In Act 11. is from David Spencer, Ltd.,
and in Act III. from Vanite Modiste, 811 Howe Street; Miss Alihan's costume
is by Donaldson, 782 Howe Street, and Miss Rankin's from Sommers* Ltd.
The hats are from McDonald & Harper, 1029 Robson, and the shoes from
The Bootery, 681 Granville Street.
Electrical fixtures'are furnished by the Brettell Distributing Co. Ltd., 781
Granville Street.
The Club is also indebted to the Georgia Pharmacy and to the J. W. Kelly
Piano Co. Ltd., 657 Granville Street.
the s«_fil«r*ady clothes shop
SNAPPY PLUS FOURS BLAZERS
SPRING SUITS AND OVERCOATS, FROM  $25.00
THOMAS  &  McBAIN,  LTD.
655   GRANVILLE   STREET oJM.embers of the flayers' Club
HONORARY MEMBERS—Miss Margaret Anglin,  Miss Eilith Wynne MaiUils in.   Mr.
Charles Rann Kinnedy.
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ADVISORY  BOARD
Hon.   President      -      Mr.   F.   G.   C.   Wood
Dr. F. C. Walker       Miss Josephine Battle
EXECUTIVE
President	
Vice-President.
Secretary	
Treasurer	
Committee	
.Miss Avis Pumphrey,  Arts '27
 Mr. Leslie Howlelt, Arts  '27
..Miss Gwen Musgrove, Arts '28
 Mr. Philip Elliott. Arts '28
1 Mr. Bert Bailey. ArtH '27
.. -j Mr. Everard Nash, Arts '29
I Miss Annie Taylor, Arts '28
ARTS '27
Misses Mills   Alihan
Bice  Clegg
Phyllis Hemsworlh
Grace Hope
Josephine  McDonald
Madge Rankin
Messrs. William Buckingham
Edmond Mulhern
Jack Shakespeare
ARTS  '28
Misses Kathleen Allen
Helen Burton
Margaret Craig
Bessie Hurst
Helen Lamb
Hope Leemlng
Margaret O'Neill
Alfreda  Thompson
Misses May Chrlstlson
Doris Clark
Doris Crompton
Frances Fowler
Suzanne Jackson
Alice White
Misses Francis Dickie
Marion Grant
Margaret   Henderson
Diana Porteous
Dorothy  Pound
Messrs.  Leslie Brown
Jack Harkness
William Marterson
Meredith  McFarlane
Robert Wright
ARTS  '29
Messrs. Norman Clark
John Hulbert
Joshua Jacob
George Knox
Laura nee   Meredith
Denis  Murphy
Paul Murphy
Gerald Stevens
Ronald Todd
ARTS '30
Messrs.
David Brock
Alexander  Millar
Sidney Risk
James  O'Hagan
Messrs.
SCIENCE
Jack Thiersch, '27
T. C. Gibbs,   28
R. G. MeDtarmid.
Gerald Newmarch,
28
'28
GRADUATE
Miss  Honor  Kldd.   B.A.
NURSING
Miss Sheila Tlsdall,  '31
AGRICULTURE
Mr.  Willoughby  Matthews,
•27
(Previous (Public (Performances
1916—"Fanny and the Stewart Problem," Jerome K. Jerome, 4 times.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwlll. 4 times.
1918—"Alice Set-by-the-Fire," Sir James M.  Barrle,  4 times.
1919—"The Importance of Being Earnest." Oscar Wilde, 3 times.
1920—"Green Stockings." A. E. W. Mason. 10 times.
1921—"Sweet  Lavender."   Sir  Arthur W.   Plnero,   12  times.
1922—"Mr. Pirn Passes By." A. A. Milne. 17 times.
1923—"You Never Can Tell," G. B. Shaw, 15 times.
1924—"The World and  His Wife." Jose Echegary.   18  limes.
1925—"You and 1." Philip Barry. 20 times.
1925—"Pygmalion." G. Bernard Shaw, 18 times.
EVAN* Si  HASTING*.  97* SKVMOUR  STREET,   VANCOUVER.  *. C.

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