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spring P^rfnrmattn*
or
The Players' Club
OF
The University of British Columbia
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
POINT CR.EY
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th, 1929
Under the Patronage of
Mrs. W. H. Miunn,    Mrs. R. E, McKcchnie,   Mrs. L. S. Klines,   Mrs. J. N. Ellis.
Mrs. J. W. de B, Harris,   Mrs. R. P. McLennan. Mis. Derjs Murphy,    Mrs, R. L,
Rrid,    Mrs. S. D. Scott,    Mrs. H. C. Shaw.    Mrs. C. Spencer,
Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook and Mrs. F, G. C. Wood.
To be presented at Ladncr, March, 22nd.
The Annual Tour in May includes Victoria and various interior points. 44
«oUo'h arab ©at"
A Comedy In 2 Acts and an Interlude, by Clare Kummer
As played over 2M performance* at the Punch & Judy Theatre, New York.
This play is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York.
The play is staged under the direction of Mrs. Anne Ferguson
CHARACTERS
llewston, Rollo's Man 	
lydla, Rollo's sister.	
Rollo Webster, a Youth with aspirations
Mr. Stein, a theatrical manr.fier	
Goldle MacDt-ff, en actress	
Mrs. Park-Gales   i
Whortley Camperdown.	
Thomas Skltterllng _.. r
George Lucas J
Aunt Lane, Rollo's Great Aunt 	
Horatio Webster, Rollo's Grandfather.
Bella, house maid at the Webster**	
Actors of the
Old School
.    Sydney Risk, Arts '3f
Mary Stewart, Arts '32
Alfred A. Brans, Arts '31
.... Malcolm Pretty, Arts '3*
 Vivian Hood, Arts '32
• Ann Ferguson,     Arts '31
l|_»—'I—!   UutLwu 1
DaTld MacDonald, Arts '3*
Gre-llle Rowland, Arts'29
I.Ertc North, Arts '31
...Frances Madeley, Arts '29
 Alex G. Smith, Arts '31
 Jean Salter, Arts '30
SCENES
ACTl—
Scene 1
Rollo'* studio, Central Park West, New York City.
Time—Twelve o'clock on a morning in early spring.
Scene 2  The same—the following evening.
Not*.—We racy much regret the long Interest after the first act; this
unfortunately unavoidable.   The other interval* will all b*> short.
ACT 2—
Scene 1   Rollo'* dressing room, the Oddity Theatre.
Scene 2 On stage, that very moment.
ACT 3-
Scene 1   Sitting room. Grandfather Webster's houv.
is
Shelhrooke. a few hours lat.*r.
Scene 2  The tame, the following morning.
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TENTH AVENUE and SASAMAT—Since 1912
If you are a stranger in this district, call and see us—
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE
Fruit and Vegetables Fresh Daily
Our Phone T^umber is Point Grey 119
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Costume*.    ..Mfc* Kern Griffin and Mr. Alfred A. Evans
Propcrtir*    _. Mrs* Cecelia Gam-he
Scenery.    Mr. St. John MaJrlcy
Lighting     Mr. Donald Emery
Publicity  _ Mr. David Brock
Business Manajer.    _  Mr. JMin M, Billings
A.<*istar.t Rurineis Mir_ger  Mr. Ted Clark
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Club is much indebted to the Sinclair Furniture Emporium, 716 Seymour St., also to Harvey
ty Gome Ltd., 335 Richard* St.. for furniture used in the Play.
Also for Lamp* supplied by B. C. Electric Co.. Ltd.
Fur* are graciously supplied by the G. L. Pep Co. Ltd., 2152 Main St.
The men** suits are graciously  supplied by  Turpin Bros. Ltd.. Gr.mvilb St,  also   W. S.
Charlton tV Co. Ltd., Hastings St.
Wigs, kindly supplied by The Ideal H.-ir Parlor.
Costumes, kindly supplied by Parisian Costumes, Howe St.
The women's eewtumes ar: from Sp.'r.cers LtJ. ;-nd Romcr*.
The Club is a!*o indebted to Messrs. Yat-.s and T nryh fur  assistance  in making-up, anj ro
Njnnan G Gill Ltd. foe lorgnette*.
Musician*.—T!te following rniMtchfts hive grapomly jrjven their services for the Vancouver pet-
formances.—Vetron   B.   Van ~i,:k!*,   Vidrn;     Jesn Fisher, Piano;      Edith   Tomliuson,
Piano; H Glover, Violin; C. Cvl  Violin; H. King, Tnrmpct; L. Smith, Pianr-; Alex McLean.
Clarinet;   Ida Kerr fWo; Tod B^-.id. Tr".'np:t; L-.l/ IXJbson, Vio'in; R. Lues, C'arinet;
Mr*. Wyl'ie Jo!inst-n-  0:'.b: Mr. Yr-:';; vim-:if, Cjntra Baas-*
FIRST CLASS BARM.RS
SASAMAT BARBER SHOP
41S.T TEX1I1 AVENUE WEST
Ot:e Block from U. /.. C. Cures
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LAOlliS' WOPK MEMBERS OF THE PLAYERS' CLUB
HONORARY MEMBERS—Miss Margaret Ar.glin, Miss Edith Wynne Matthison, Mr. Charles
Rann Kennedy.
Dr
ADVISORY BOARD
Hon. President    -    Mr. Thortief Larsen
Isobel Mclnnes    Miss Honor M. Kidd    Mr. H. T. Logan
President	
Vice-President..
Secretary	
Treasurer	
EXECUTIVE
Committee
Mi;
Mi*»c* Drm Crnnrpt,^
Eththryn IVe
tVceln Garesch,
Suannt !.. L- '■"'
France* MjJ.Uy
Ekanor Riggt
Alice White
ARTS '29
i  rWbin Fclton
M-irWi Giaot
Ena Hen_lt?r7-'n
L> ntby Pound
Jean Suite*
llWi* Young
Mi t!-i   rvjihlfi-n Singly
Betty ButkLuid
Ann FtrrkTU-cn
Eikm Gnfin
Alice? Morrow
JtunTcLl^J
ARTS '30
ARTS '31
MlsKl   LtVfB HjrJk"
Vtvun Hmi]
Amur Hu:t>«i
Anna Hu-bcrt
I: L_*iVt;h Msitf -
Miry Steqritt
lubtrl Virmw
SCIENCE '29
Mr I> r.iIJ Emery
NURSING '21
Mtavs   Itssk Aake
Edith TisJ.il!
ARTS '32
 Miss Dorothy Pound, Arts '30
 Mr. Donald Emery, Sc.     '29
 Miss Betty Bucklatid, Arts '31
 Mr. Eric North, Arts 'Jl
fMiss Frances Madeley. Arts '29
■!Mr. John M.Billings, Arts '29
[Mr. David MacDonald, Arts '30
Mews, J,ihn Billing*
Norman Cbrk
Laurence Meredith
J. w\PlommeT
Grevilk Rowland
Ronald Todd
Hugh Woodworth
Mewrs. David Brock
D. W. McDonald
]>.ry,U McDunrviJ
J. M. pEetty
Sydney Risk
0. C. Woodward
Mum Edward Clark
Alfred A. Evam
V. R. Hill
Desmond Howard
St John Madeley
Jack Murse
Enc North
Alei G. Smith
Mchts. M. S- Freeman
Jack Hamilton
R. McRae
Hugh Orcnsby
AGRICULTURE '31
Mr.   Anatole Zailivff
NURSING '32
Mis- SIviH Tti Jail
Previous Public Performances
191d—"Farny and the Stewart PreMem," Jerome K, JerDEor. 4 time,.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwiil, 4 times.
1918—"Alice Sit-by-rhe-Fire." Sie James M. Barrie. 4 times.
1919—"The Importance at Beinit Eatneit,"Oscar Wilde. 3 tim.'s.
1930—"Green Stockings." A. E. W. Mason. 10 times.
1921—"Sweet Livendef." Sir Arthur W. Pinero. 12 times.
1912—"Mr. Pirn Passes By." A. A. Milne, 17 times.
192J—"You Never Can Tell." G. B. Shaw. 15 timea.
1924—'The World and His WtrV Jose Echegary, 18 tiroea.
192J—"You and I," Philip BaETy. 2U times.
192rl—"Pygmalion," C. Bernard Shaw. 18 time*.
1927—"The Romantic Young Lady," G, Martinet Sierra, 18 times,
1928— "Polly with a Pair." Georvc Middleton and Guy Bolton: 25 times.
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