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 The University of British Columbia
PLAYERS* CLUB
19th Annual Spring Performance
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CAESAR
CLEOPATRA
A History by
GEORGE  BERNARD  SHAW
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 14, 15, 16, and 17, 1934
Under the Patronage of
Mrs. J. W. Fordham Johnson
Mrs. R. E. McKechnie Mrs. J. N. Ellis Mrs. M. Welsh
Mrs. L. S. Klinck Mrs. R. J. Cromie Mrs. R. L. Reid
Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook Mrs. D. Murphy Mrs. C. Spencer
Mrs. F. J. Burd Mrs. F. P. Patterson FACTORY PRICES
BUY YOUR FURNITURE
DIRECT FROM DOMINION
DOMINION FURNITURE
CHAIN STORES
Manufacturer of Fine Furniture
CHARACTERS
In order of their appearance
Ra Tom Lea, Arts '34
Caesar    William Sargent, Arts '35
Cleopatra Masala Cosgrave, Arts '36
Slave  Norman McDiarmid, Arts '37
Ftatateeta  Norah Gibson, Arts '37
Pothinus  Frank Miller, Arts '34
Theodotus    George Johnston, Arts '36
Ptolemy  Lloyd Hobden, Arts '37
Achillas  Thomas Burch, Arts '36
Rufio Gerald Prevost, Arts '35
Bretannus  David Fulton, Arts '36
Lucius   Herbert Barclay, Arts '34
Wounded Soldier  Victor Palitti, Arts '37
Apollodorus      Gordon Hilker, Commerce '34
Sentinel     Harold Lando, Arts '34
Centurion      Gordon Collins, Arts '37
1st Soldier     R. Ivan Knight, Arts'34
2nd Soldier Victor Palitti, Arts '37
3rd Soldier C. Fletcher, Arts '35
1st Porter  Norman McDiarmid, Arts '37
NABOB
DeLuxe
TEA
Ask Your Grocer
The Very Finest Blend
COMPLIMENTS
GEORGIA PHARMACY, Ltd.
777 West Georgia Street
Specializing in Prescriptio7is for 25 years
CHARACTERS
2nd Porter
Boatman   	
Harpist 	
Iras	
Charmian	
Egyptian Courtier
Major-Domo
Priest   	
 Lloyd Hobden, Arts '37
 Jack Conway, Arts '35
 Estelle Matheson, Arts '35
 Mary McGeer, Arts '35
Margaret Stewart, Arts '35
 Russell Twining, Arts '35
 Dan Quigley, Arts '34
  Stuart Keate, Arts '34
Court Ladies: Margaret Buchanan, Constance Baird, Estelle Matheson,
Audrey Phillips
Women Slaves: Mina Bodie, Louise Kennedy, Katherine Youdall
Egyptian Soldiers:  John Conway, Lloyd Hobden
Men Slaves:   George Johnson, Thomas Burch
MUSIC
Piano   Richard Douglas
1st Violin   Pearl Willows, Harold Hogue
2nd Violin Viola Ringle
Viola    Alvin Northcott
Cello  William Edmunds
Clarinet  Ernest Miller
2nd Clarinet James Findlay
1st Trumpet     Lome Ginther
2nd Trumpet Herbert Sladen
Flute     William Davies
M
to
Yours for Service Call us when you need
printing — we have unusual  facilities  to  serve
you.
A
Better
Printing
Service
You will be pleased with
the quality of our work
and our prices.
THE KEYSTONE PRESS
LIMITED
860 KINGSWAY
Fairmont 1238
Phone Seymour 6715
Until further notice our
PERMANENT    WAVES
reduced to
$5
IN EGYPT.   Two thousand years ago.
Prologue. The temple of Ra in Memphis.
Scene 1. The desert. <fc , uy
Scene 2. Cleopatra's Palace in Memphis.
Scene 3. Ptolemy's Palace in Alexandria.
10 Minute Intermission
iScene 4. The Quay in front of the Palace in
Alexandria.
Scene 5. The Pharos.
10 Minute Intermission
Scene t. Cleopatra's boudoir.
Scene 7. A courtyard on the roof of the Palace.
"Scene 8. The Quay.
THE FLORIST
Supplies the
"FLORAL WANTS"
of most of the U.B.C.
Sororities and Fraternities
710 West Hastings Street
Phone Seymour 677
2633 Granville Street
Phone Bayview 2172
FLOWERS BY WIRE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
DAVID SPENCER LTD., Oriental Rug Dept.
B. C. COLLEGE OF ARTS, Mask of the God Ra and posters
EMPIRE STEVEDORING CO.
U.B.C. CARPENTER SHOP
PAGODA SHOP
MR. C. HAYDN WILLIAMS
HOME OIL DISTRIBUTORS LTD.
HUDSON'S BAY CO.
PARISIENNE COSTUMERS
DR. F. C. WALKER
DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING EVENT, MAR. 20-21
3 PERFORMANCES ONLY
P
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S
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T
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A
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WALTER HAMPDEN
AND HIS COMPANY OF 35 PRESENTING 3 GREAT PLAYS
Beautiful Settings by Claude Bragdon
Tuesday Evening Wednesday Matinee
RICHELIEU MACBETH
Wednesday Evening
THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE
Seat Sale now at J. W. Kelly Piano Co., Ltd., Seymour 7066
$2.00; 51.50; $1.00; Gallery (Rush) 50c PIux Tax
WALTER HAMPDEN Here March 20, 21, Only
The coming of Walter Hampden, eminent star-producer, at the zenith
of his powers is an opportunity for those who are following the drama not
to be passed by. Mr. Hampden is a leader in the legitimate theatre upholding the highest ideals of the English speaking stage. He is noted for his
masterly characterizations of famous roles in classic drama, and for his
tonal quality and diction. He is supported by his own company of gifted
players, and his productions are always beautifully and artistically designed
by Claude Bragdon to reflect the period of the plays.
The large stage at the Empress Theatre will afford ample scope for these
productions to be seen to the best advantage. DON'T ENVY HEALTH — ENJOY IT!
Swim in the Clean, Sparkling Water at
E\. Ill CP M/^JU     JL
(Tropical Temperature)
Phone Douglas 2376 for information re
FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTION
(Under Entirely New Management)
Members  of Players'  Club  1933-34
DIRECTOR
Miss Dorothy Somerset
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HONORARY MEMBERS
Miss Margaret Anglin, Miss Edith Wynne Matthison, Mr. F. G. C. Wood,
Mr. Chas. Rann Kennedy
ADVISORY BOARD
Honorary President, Dr. F. C. Walker
Art Director, Dr. D. C. Duff
Mr. T. Larsen, Mr. Wm. Buckingham, Miss Dorothy Jefferd,
Miss Marjorie Ellis, Dr. Harry Warren
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Committee
EXECUTIVE
----- Nancy Symes
----- Gordon Hilker
----- Margaret Powlett
- - - - Christie Fletcher
Margaret Stewart, Gerald Prevost, William Sargent
THE BOOK STORE which occupies a room in the Auditorium Building,
was established for the convenience of the students, and has effected a
considerable saving to the students in time and money. It is prepared to
supply all the text books required for the various courses offered in the
university, also such articles as note books, loose-leaf sheets, fountain pens,
drawing paper and instruments.
NOW YOUR FAVORITE COFFEE
COMES TO YOU IN THIS
BEAUTIFUL NEW GLASS JAR
contains one pound net
Jar is full quart size sealer
Use it for preserving or as handy
container.
BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL STAFF FOR SPRING PLAY
1934
STAGE MANAGER
Tom Lea
Scenery
Messrs. Lome Ginther, Don Ingham.  Lyle Stewart, Sam Smith, Lyall Vine,
Alan  Walsh,  Pat Larsen,  Fred Buller.  Yukio  Takahashi,
Robert Thomson
Properties
Dorothy Fowler, Yukio Takahashi, Alice Daniels, Violet Ferris, Audrey Phillips,
Molly Lock, Pat Larsen
Costumes
Hugh Palmer, Amy Seed, Estelle Matheson, Elinor Bossy
Make-up
Misses Margaret Cunningham, Margaret Ecker, Mina Bodie,  Ethelyne Chandler,
Kathleen Coles, Louise Kennedy, Betty Moscovich
BUSINESS MANAGER       -        -       Gordon Hilker
Programmes
Alex Marling, Peggy Naysmith, Molly Eakins
Advertising
Leslie  Allen,  Connie Baird,  Gerald  Prevost
Tickets Distribution
Margaret Powlett, Christie Fletcher, Olive Norgrove
Helen Trapp, Molly Eakins, E. Chandler
Sales Promotion
Don McTavish, Dan Quigley, Fred Buller
Specialists in
DESIGNING OUT OF ORDINARY
DANCE PROGRAMMES
MENUS
INVITATIONS
DIPLOMAS
BOOKLETS
WEDDING STATIONERY
Gehr\es Limited
STATIONERS      —      PRINTERS      —      ENGRAVERS
566   SEYMOUR  STREET Previous Performances
1916—"Fanny and the Servant Problem," Jerome K. Jerome,
four times.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwill, four times.
1918—"Alice Sit-by-the-Fire," Sir James M. Barrie, four times.
1919—"The Importance of Being Earnest," Oscar Wilde,
three times.
1920—"Green Stockings," A. E. W. Mason, 10 times.
1921—"Sweet Lavender," Sir Arthur Pinero, 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," J. Echegaray, 18 times.
1925—"You and I," Philip Barry, 20 times.
1926—"Pygmalion," G. Bernard Shaw, 18 times.
1927—"The Romantic Young Lady," G. Martinez Sierra,
18 times.
1928— "Polly with a Past," George Middleton and Guy Bolton,
23 times.
1929—"Rollo's Wild Oat," Clare Kummer, 20 times.
1930—"Friend Hannah," Paul Kester, 23 times.
1931—"Young Idea," Noel Coward, 25 times.
1932—"Alice Sit-by-the-Fire," Sir James M. Barrie, 19 times.
1933—"Alibi," Michael Morton, 19 times.

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