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The Young Idea Mar 11, 1931

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Array SIXTEENTH ANNUAL
SPRING   PERFORMANCE
of
The Players Club
of
The University of British Columbia
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
Point Grey
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1931
Under the Patronage of
Mrs R. E. McKcchnie       Mrs. L. S. Klinck Mrs. F. J. Burd
Mrs. J. N. Ellis Mrs. W. H. Malkin Mrs. Denis Murphy
Mrs, R. L. Reid Mrs. C. Spencer Mrs. H. C. Shaw
Mrs. Maud M. Welsh Mrs. F. F. Wcsbrook
Presented at
Cloverdale, March 6, and New Westminster, March 9, 1931
The Annual Tour begins in Victoria, April 27th, and includes other
Island and Interior Points "THE YOUNG IDEA
A Comedy in Three Acts
By Noel Coward
Author of "Hay Fever,"  "Bitter Sweet."  "Private Lives"
This Play was first produced at the Savoy Theatre, London,
February 1, 1923
The Play is sloged under the direction of Mr. F. G. C. Wood.
Associate Professor of English
in
CHARACTERS
George  Brent.
Gerda
Sholto
Jennifer (his first wife, divorced)	
Cicely (his second wife) „	
Priscilla  Hartlcberry  	
Claud Eccles. ■.	
Julia Cragworthy- _	
 William H. Q. Cameron. Arts '33
iw;„ r>k;u..„                                                               1 Mariorie Ellis, Arts '34
nis Umdren    I  ..,' ,   .    ,. .       ,,,
( Alfred A. Evans, Arts   31
 ...Dorothy McKelvie, Arts '34
 -   Nancy Symes, Arts '34
   Ann   Ferguson. Arts '31
 Harold Tull. Sc.    '12
 «, Betty Buckland. Arts '31
Eustace Dabbit —  _ Robert I. Knight. Arts '33
Sibyl Blaith Ruth Bostock, Arts "12
Rodney   Masters „ _ Chris   Taylor. Arts '32
Huddle  (butler) »   St.  John  Madeley, Arts '32
Hiram J.  Walkin „  „ ...jack  Ruttan, Arts '33
Maria (Servant at the Villa)   „ .....Alice Morrow, Arts '32
SCENES
Act I.       Hall of George Brent's House in England.
Act II.     The same.   A week later.
Act III.    Jennifer Brent's Villa in Italy.    Three weeks later.
The curtain will fall for a moment during Act II to
indicate the lapse of several hours.
THE  yCLNG   IDEA
Has had the right idea since the
days of the  Fair view Shacks.
'VARSITY   DANCE"—naturally   suggests--"LESTER   COURT"
LESTER COURT BALLROOM
1022 Davie Street
Douglas 800
C
:$CCIE¥T BRAND
CLOTHES
lLOTHES worn by male
cast supplied by Charlton
&  Morgan  Limited    .   .    .
CHARLTON
648 Granville Street
&     MORGAN     LTD.
Next to Hudson's Bay Co.
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Business—Mark Collins,  Arts '33.
Advertising—Maurice Clement, Comm. '31.
Costumes—Sallie Carter. Arts "31, and  Piiul Wolfe. Arts "31,
Properties—Dorothy fowler. Arts '33.
Scenery — William Whimster. Agtic. '33.
Lighting—Wilmcr Haggcrty. Science '32.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The club is much  indebted to:
The Chelsea Shop, Ltd.. 2127  Granville Street,  for the furniture used  in  Acts 1
and II. and for other articles.
Sinclair's  Antiques,  726  Seymour,  and  2117  Granville  Street,  for  the  furniture
in Act III.
David Spencer. Ltd., for rugs and antiques.
Richmond Arts, Ltd., 787 Hornby Street, for pictures.
The women's costumes are  from  Betty's  Hat and Gown  Shoppe,  552  Granville
Street, and the men's from Charlton if Morgan, Ltd., 648 Granville Street,
The Musical Society has graciously given its services this evening.
CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO., LTD.
1230 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B. C. Members of the Players Club
HONORARY MEMBERS
Mi** Margaret Antrim, Mi*s KJith Wynne Matthison. Mr. Charles Harm Kennedy
Mr.  E, A, Lloyd
ADVISORY BOARD
Hon.   President:  Mr.  F.  G.  C.  Wood
Dr. F. C. Walker Mrs, Jame* Lawrence
EXECUTIVE
President ♦..♦ .. Mr.   Winston   A.   Shilvock, Art? *j ]
Vicc-l'rL'SLdcTit.... Miss   Eileen  Griffin. Art* *31
Secretary ♦ ♦.„ Miu   Alice   Morrow, Arts *32
Treasurer Mr.   James  A,   Gibton. Art* 'M
(Miss Dorothy Barrow. Art* *32
Mr. Si. John Madeley* Arts *JZ
Mr.   Archfe  Dick, Aits "32
ARTS '31 SCIENCE 'JI
Misses  Betty Hu.-V1.-ind Messrs. Alan Campbell Mr.   Tom   Grows
Sallie Carter Maurice Clement
Ann Ferguson Alfred A. Evans
Sheila Tisrfatl E. W. Gilbert
Prank Hall
Diet Lendrum
Paul Wolfe
AGRICULTURE '31
Mr,  Anitolc Zaitzcff
Misses Ruth Bwtock
Dorothy Colledgc
Katharine Lee
Cecilia Long
Swanhild Matthison
Margery Patterson
ARTS *12
Messrs. Ted Clark
Jack Sargent
Chris Taylor
ARTS 'S3
Mi'-!« Mary Darnbrough
Dorothy Fowler
Lorraine Farquhar
Betty Jack
Jean Jamieson
Helen Lundy
Frances Lucu
Margaret Sheppard
Betty Wilson
M:s<
Hilda Bone
Marjjorie Ellis
Dnuilla Davis
Maudeen Farquhar
Joy Meeker
Messrs. Frank Alpen
Eric Brooks
Mark Collins
William Cameron
Peter Grauer
Ft. Ivan Knight
Jack McLennan
Jack Ruttan
M.
ARTS *34
Kathleen McFarlane
Dorothy McKelvic
Nancy Symes
Eleanor Turn bull
SCIENCE *K
Mewrs. E. H+ Tull
Wilmcr Htgferty
AGRICULTURE '33
Mr. W.  H.  L.  Whimsrer
Messrs
Arnold CI iff
Jack Emerson
Frank Miller
Don McTavish
Previoixs Performances
1916-—"Fanny and the Servant Problem," Jerome K. Jerome, four times.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwill, four times.
191S—"Alice Sit-by-the*Firc," Sir James M. Barrie. tour time*.
1919—"Tbe Importance of Being Earnest," Oscar Wilde, three times.
1910—"Crecn Stock inn*." A. E. W, Mason, 10 times.
1921—"Sweet Lavender." Sir Arthur Pinero.  12 times.
1922—"Mr.   Pim  Passes  By."   A.   A.   Milne,   17   tines.
1923—"You Never Can Tell." 6. B. Shaw, 15 times.
1924—"The World and His Wtfe," J. Echegaray. IS time*.
1921—"You and  I," Philip  Barry.  20 time*.
192ci—"Pygmalion," C. Bernard Shaw,"  13 times.
1917—"The Romantic Young Lady," O. Marlines Sierra. 18 times.
192S—"Polly with a Past," Geoiffc Middleton and Guy Bolton. 23 times,
1929—"Rollo's Wild Oat." Clare Kumncr. 20 times.
1930—"Friend Hannah."  Paul  Kc.itr,  23 time*.

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