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UNIVERSITY THEATRE
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 4th, 5th and 6th,  1926
CIXD
Under the patronage of
Mrs. H. E.  McKechnie, Mrs. L. S. Klinck, Mrs. J. W. de B. Farris,
Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. R. P. McLennan, Mrs. Dennis Murphy, Mrs.
R. L. Reid, Mrs. S. D. Scott, Mrs. H. C. Shaw, Mrs.
C. Spencer, and Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook.
-SOTO BE PRESENTED AT
New Westminster   Monday, March 15th
Nanaimo  Tuesday, March 16th
And at Victoria and interior points during the month of May.
Evans & Haatinfct, ^Printers. 576 Seymour St., Vancouver. B. C. "PYGMALION"
A Romance in Five Acts by G. Bernard Shaw
This play is produced by special arrangement with Norman Lee Swartout,
Summit, New Jersey.
After successful presentation in Berlin and Copenhagen, this play was first
produced in London at His Majesty's Theatre, on April 18, 1914, with Mrs.
Patrick Campbell in the role oC Eliza.
The play is staged under the direction of Mr. F. G. C. Wood,
Associate Professor of English.
CHARACTERS (In the Order of Speaking)
Clara   Eynsford-Hill Avis  Pumphrey, Arts '27
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill Grace E. Hope, Arts '27
A  Bystander  Leslie  E. Howlett, Arts '27
Freddy Eynsford-Hill Willoughby W. Matthews, Agriculture '26
Eliza Doolittle Isobel Barton, Arts '26
Col. Pickering -  Harry Verney Warren, Science '26
Henry Higgins Peter Price, B. Science Grad.
Another Bystander - W. F. Gough, Agriculture *26
Mrs. Pearce Honor M. Kidd, Arts '26
Alfred Doolittle D'Arcy Gilbert Marsh, Arts '26
Mrs. Higgins Gwen. Musgrave, Arts J28
Parlor Maid - Doris Crompton, Arts '29
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Consolidated
1230  GEORGIA  ST
Motor Co., Ltd.
.,  VANCOUVER,  B. C.
LEATHER GOODS and BAGGAGE
LADIES' HANDBAGS, ATTACHE CASES MEN'S BELTS,
VANITY CASES,       CLUB BAGS, SUIT CASES, BILLFOLDS.
PURSES. WARDROBE TRUNKS. WALLETS.
Repairs and Special Requirements in Leather made to order.
C. M. CHALMERS  -  867 Granville St
PHONE, SEY. 8411
Between  Robson  and  Smythe Sts.
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
Act    |.—The  Portico of Quigo  Jones'  Church of St.  Paul  in  Covent Garden,
11:15 p.m., during an early summer rain.
Act  II.—Professor Higgins'  Phonetic Laboratory,  Wtmpole St.
The next morning.
Act III.—The Drawing Room in Mrs. Higgins' Flat in Chelsea, Overlooking the
river.   Three months later.
Act IV.—Professor Higgins' Laboratory.    At the end of the six months.
Act  V.—Mrs. Higgins' Flat.    The next morning.
Time—The present.
ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIMENT
Conductor, Joe Kania
Violins
Clarionet
Trombone
Joe  Kania
R. Lucas
C.
Warwick
Hazen  Nunn
C. Could
E.
Lees
Cecil Thorpe
A. McLean
Drums
Cornet
Piano
F.
Gordon
R,  Swan
Ida Kerr
'Cello
F. King
Gertrude Dowsley
G.
Fowler
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Costumes Miss Bice Clegg, Mr, Charlie Wainman
Properties Miss  Doris   Baynes
Scenery Mr.  Wilfred  Kelly
Lighting Mr. E.  Chamberlain
Press and Publicity Miss Faulkner
Programmes Mr.  Phil  Elliott
Business Mr.   Brown
Electric Fixtures t
See Our Bungalow Special Seven Fixtures, $26.00
THE BIGGEST ELECTRIC FIXTURE VALUE IN B.C.
We will accept Your Old Chandelier in Part Payment
for a New Up-to-Date Fixture
LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. EASY PAYMENTS
THE JARVIS ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. MEMBERS OF THE PLAYERS' CLUB
HONORARY MEMBERS—Miss Margaret Anglin, Edith Wynne Matt hi sort, Charles
Rann Kennedy.
ADVISORY BOARD
l<^?s"'l£\1,t J?on*   President.   Mr.   P._ G. _C._ Wood
Dr. A.  F. B. Clark
Dr.  T.   Lar.sen
EXECUTIVE
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President Miss Alfreda Berkeley, Arts
Vice-President Mr. E. Chamberlain, Arts '26
Secretary Miss Avis Pumphrey, Arts '27
Treasurer Mr. Harry Warren, Science
Miss Doris Baynes Arts
Committee Mr. Leslie Brown.... „ Arts
Mr. Willoughby Matthews Agriculture
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ARTS '26
Misses Aenone Baillie
Isobel Barton
Jean Faulkner
Honor Kidd
Rosa Marin
Joan Meredith
Messrs. D'Arcy Marsh
Ralph Norman
Tommy Taylor
George Vincent
ARTS '27
Misses Bice Clegg
Gladys Harvey
Phyllis Hemsworth
Grace Hope
Madge Rankin
Messrs. Bert Bailey
Leslie Howlett
ARTS '28
Misses Florence Cassidy
Doris Clark
Margaret Craig
Constance Mawdsley
Annie Taylor
Messrs. Phil Elliott
G. A. Knox
W. J.  Masterson
Johnny Swanson
Charlie Wainman
Bob Wright
ARTS '29
Misses May Christison
Doris Crompton
Margaret  Ralph
Klmin Sproule
N. Washington
SCIENCE
Messrs. Peter Price. B. Sc. Post Grad.
Jack Liersch, '27
AGRICULTURE
Miss Alice Walter, '29
Messrs. W. F. Gough, '26
Messrs. J. M. Jacob
Denis Murphy
Paul Murphy
Jack Nash
Gerald Stevens
NURSING
Miss Edith Tisdall,
EDUCATION
Misses Winifred Hall
Mollie Jackson
Elsie Rilance
Mr. Wilfred Kelly
'29
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PREVIOUS PUBLIC PERFORMANCES
"Fanny and the Stewart Problem," Jerome K. Jerome, 4  times.
"Merely Mary Ann." Israel Zangwill, 4  times.
"Alice Set-by-the-Flre." Sir James M. Barrie, 4 times.
"The Importance of Being Earnest," Oscar Wilde, 3  times.
"Green Stockings," A. B. W. Mason, 10 times.
"Sweet Lavender," Sir Arthur W. Pinero. 12 times.
"Mr. Pirn Passes By," A. A. Milne, 17 times.
"You Never Can Tell," G. B. Shaw, IS times.
"The World and His 'Wife." Jose Echegary, 18 times.
"You and I." Philip Barry, 20 times.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Club is greatly indebted to Mr. Chas. Dawson, Auctioneer, 660 Seymour St.,
for his personal interest in the properties and furniture for tfoo play Thanks are
again due to Mr. J. N. Harvey, of J. N. Harvey, Ltd., 417 Hastings St. W„ for his
assistance in men's costumes.
The costume worn by Mrs. Higgins, in Act III., is from J. W. Taylor's. 564
Granville. The dress worn by Eliza, in Act III., and other costumes, were made at
"The Russian Dress Salon," 1523 8th Ave. W.
All hats are from the spring display of McDonald & Harper, 770 Granville St,

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