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Venus Observed Dec 4, 1956

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Array The play presented by special permission
of the Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
Furs by courtesy of the Hudson's Bay Company
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Frederic Wood Theatre wishes to express
its warm appreciation to the many firms and
friends who have generously contributed to
the production of "Venus Observed1'
Sinclair's Antiques    The Vancouver Province
Anne Teepoorten Interiors  The Vancouver Sun
King Carpet s Ltd.      The News Herald
Maurice Lever Antiques Ascot Riding Academy
The Department of University Extension
The Department of Buildings and Grounds
AN INVITATION
The Frederic Wood Theatre would also like to
thank the kind friends who contribute clothes,
furniture and ornaments which they would
otherwise discard to its costume and property
cupboards, donations are always welcome!
Little by little this small theatre is building up its production resources.
December 4-3, 1956
University of British Columbia
THE- FREDERIC  WOOD  THEATRE
presents
'ED
by Christopher Fry
Directed by
SAM PAYNE
r
Settings designed and painted by
CLIFF ROBINSON Characters in order of appearance
Hereward,   Duke of Altair
Edgar,   his  son,   Marquis of Charlock
Herbert Reedbeck,  his estate manager
Captain Fox Reddleman,   his butler,   an ex-lion tamer
Dominic,   Reedbeck1s son
Bates,   footman,   ex-burglar
Rosabel  Fleming
Jessie  Dill
Hilda Taylor Snell
Perpetua
William Buckingham
Norman Maen
Ted Greenhalgh
Tom Sherwood
Lee Taylor
Neil McLeod
Rosemary Malkin
Joyce Sobell
Alma Thery
Diana Ricardo
The time is the present.  There is an autumnal mellowness pervading the October
mid-morning, evening, and early morning which constitute the following scenes.
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
The Observatory Room at Stellmere Park, the Duke's mansion
The Temple of Ancient Virtues, Stellmere Park ■
The Observatory Room
The Temple
There will be a short intermission between acts
Production Management Jessie Richardson
Technical direction and and stage-management Norman Young
Costumes Jessie Richardson, Alice Husband
Properties Juva Fraser
Prompter Patricia Dunn
Ushers Mrs. Allan Gregory
In charge of Frederic Wood Theatre Dorothy Somerset
Jessie Richardson, Norman Young

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