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The Male Animal Mar 12, 1951

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UJ Under the J-^atronaqe of
His Honour The Lieutenant-Governor
and Mrs. Clarence Wallace
The Honourable Eric W. Hamber and Mrs. Hamber
Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. M. MacKenzie
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Lord
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Clearihue
The Honourable Mr. Justice J. V. Clyne
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His Worship Mayor Fred Hume and Mrs. Hume
Dean Walter Gage
Honourable William T. Siraith and Mrs. Strcdth
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caple
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Cunningham
Professor and Mrs. F. G. C. Wood
Two THE  UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PLAYERS' CLUB
presents
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by James Thuiber and Elliott Nugent
Thirty-Sixth Annual Performance
Proceeds to U.B.C. War Memorial Gymnasium
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March 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th
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Professor F. G. C. Wood
Professor Thorleif Larsen
Margaret Anglin
Mr. Charles Rann Kennedy
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Dr. William Robbins, Honorary President
Mr. Sydney Risk
Miss Dorothy Somerset
Professor Stanley Read
Dr. E. A. Birney
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LIST OF CHARAC
Cleota
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Ellen Turner
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Tommy Turner
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Patricia Stanley
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Wally Myers
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Dean Frederick Damon
Michael Barnes
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Joe Ferguson
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Ed Keller
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Myrtle Keller
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Six The University of British Columbia Players' Club
presents
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by
James Thurber and Elliott Nugent
LIST OF CHARACTERS in order of appearance
Cleota         ------ Angela Wood — Arts '53
Ellen Turner           - Sheila Cameron—Arts'52
Tommy Turner           - Philip Keatley — Arts '51
Patricia Stanley          - Wendy Martin — Arts '54
Wally Myers          . _          _                      Frank McMaster — Arts '52
Dean Frederick Damon -                                   Don Withrow — Arts '52
Michael Barnes          - Bab Woodward — Arts'53
Joe Ferguson         - Sandy Manson — Pre-Med. '52
Mrs. Blanche Damon -                                     Elizabeth Davis — Arts '51
Ed Keller          - Norman Young — Arts '52
Myrtle Keller           - Barbara Barnes — Arts '52
"Nutsy" Miller           - Alex Saunders — Arts'53
DIRECTOR - - MR. SYDNEY RISK
Assistant Director      -      Elizabeth Grant — Grad.  Studies
Set designed by - - Rolf Blakstad — Arts'51
Costumes by - - - - T. Eaton Co.
Synopsis of Scenes
Time - - The Present
Scene — The living room in the house of Professor Thomas Turner,
in a mid-western university.
Act I   •— Lata fall, a Friday evening.
Act II — Scene   I — The following day, after lunch.
Scene II — Three hours later.
Act III — Two days later, noon.
Seven Theatre Arts Festival
Presented in cooperation by the Players' Club of the University of British
Columbia and the University Fine Arts Committee.
The University Fine Arts Committee welcomes ihe opportunity of cooperating with the
Players" Club and of sponsoring a festival of theatre arts. It is the aim of the Committee to
promote acivities in all the arts on the University campus. In addition to a regular series of
noon-hour demonstration fine arts programmes, to a continuing series of exhibitions in the
university — I.O.D.E. Art Gallery, the Committee has in the past sponsored festivals of
contemporary Canadian music and of the cinema. This year it pays tribute to the art of the
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4:00 — 5:30 — Brock Hall Stage Room
PANEL DISCUSSION — CANADIAN PLAYWRITING
Chairman: Earle Birney
Speakers:   Lister Sinclair
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Audrey St. Denis Johnson
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Speakers:   Yvonne Firkins
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Sydney Risk » . . "The Male Animal" is ihe sixth spring production that
Mr. Risk has directed for the Players' dub. Last year he directed "An
Inspector Calls" on the club's thirty-fifth anniversary. The theatrical background of Mr. Risk is indeed an enviable one. In London Mr. Risk was
a member of the Old Vic Players and from there took part in the professional theatre of England for over a year. On returning to Canada, he
was supervisor of dramatics at the University of Alberta. At the Banff
School of fine Arts he headed the drama department for six summers.
The "Everyman Theatre" of Vancouver was organized by Mr. Risk five
years ago to give encouragement and opportunity to our own Canadian
artists. This year this hard working group had their dream realized when
they opened their own studio where they have presented such plays as
Ibsen's "Ghosts" and "The Curtain Rises". Last year their production of
"Noah" won the Regional Drama Festival. At the University of British
Columbia he is a part-time instructor in Theatre. As a former member of
the Players' dub, Mr. Risk has played the greatest number of performances in the club's history — sixty-six performances.
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Philip Keatley ... playing Tommy Turner, president of the Players' Club.
During his years at University he has appeared in seven productions of
the club, the most notable of which are Pierrot in "Aria da Capo", George
Pepper in "Red Peppers" and Eric Birling in last year's spring play "An
Inspector Calls". Last January he also apaared as Face in "The Alchemist". A keen young actor, Philip plans to continue in the theatre professionally.
Sheila Cameron , .. playing Ellen Turner, member of the executive. Her
first role for the club was Bella Crewe in "Dark Brown". She also played
Magdelen in "Les Precieuses Ridicules". Last fall she was the director
of the club's production of "Everyman". She played Dame Pliant in 'The
Alchemist". Sheila is also interested in radio and belongs to the U.B.C.
Radio Society,
Sandy Manson . . . playing Joe Ferguson. His first role in the club was
Shewn in "The Doctor from Dunmore". Last fall he played the title role
in "Everyman". Sandy is a very active young man on the campus and is
a member of C.O.T.G, Mock Parliament and the Kickapoo Club.
Wendy Martin ... playing Patricia Stanley. Wendy is a newcomer to the
club this year, but not a newcomer to drama. She played the title role last
December in the Vancouver Little Theatre's presentation of 'The Sleeping
Beauty".
Barbara Barnes ... playing Myrtle Keller. Barbara has previously been
seen in 'The Devil and Daniel Webster" and "Twelfth Night" with the
club, and has also acted with the Little Theatre.
Ten Elizabeth Davis . . . playing Blanche Damon. Liz was seen in "Dark
Brown", Doctor From Dunmore", and played Mrs. Birling in last spring's
"An Inspector Calls". Liz has also acted with the Ottawa Drama League.
She intends to study dramatics in England following her graduation this
spring.
Don Withrow ... playing Dean Damon. Another new member of the club
this year. Don acted with the Mission Drama Club for several years before coming to U.B.C. He was first seen on the stage at University in the
recent production of "The Alchemist", playing the part of Abel Drugger.
Norman Young , . . playing Ed Keller. Norman is treasurer of the club
this year. Norman started acting for the first time this year, and has taken
three parts already — Fellowship in "Everyman", Sir Epicure Mamon in
"The Alchemist" and now Ed Keller. 'Norman plans one more year at
U.B.C. and then hopes to study in England.
Bob Woodward ... playing Michael Barnes. This is Bob's first year in the
Players' Club and second role, having been seen as the priest in "Everyman" in last fall's Private Performance. Majoring in English, Bob makes
the Player's Club his only outside interest.
Angela Wood . . . playing Cleota.  Angela is the Social Convener of the
Club, and has previously been seen in "Les Precieuses Ridicules" and
"The Alchemist". She is also interested in radio acting, and is one of the
producing company of the Radio Society. Angela is another who hopes to
continue with theatre work after graduation.
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PRODUCTION MANAGER: PHILIP KEATLEY, ARTS '51
Stage Manager: Fred Lipsett, Graduate Studies
Business Manager: Bill Sparling, Comm, '52
COSTUMES
Valentine Clyne (Chairman)        - Arts '52
Irene Barrie         -.-_...... j^ris '54
Kathy Gubbins         -                      Arts'51
Marilyn Miller    ---------- Arts '53
Marianne Purvis       --------- Arts '54
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PROPERTIES
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Maldy Thomas   -              -      - Arts '53
HOUSE
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