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 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
UBC FREDERIC WOOD THEATRE
THE VANCOUVER PLAYHOUSE
ST. IVES ANTIQUES AND CLOCKS
THE ELEPHANT AND CASTLE
WESTCOAST ACTORS
COMING EVENTS
March 17-22, 1980
GAS WORKS
Explorations in Comedy
Directed by Donald Soule
in the Dorothy Somerset Studio
ALBERT HERRING
Frederic Wood Theatre March 5 — 15, 1980
The University of British Columbia
A comic
opera by
Benjamin
Britten.
A co-production
of the departments
of music & theatre.
ALBERT HERRING PRODUCTION
Technical Director and Production IAN PRATT
Stage Manager
Stage Managers    IAN McANDREW
 HUGH MacLEAN, BARBARA PANTON
Properties SHERRY DARCUS
Costume Supervisor      ROSEMARIE HESELTON
Set Construction .   .   . DON GRIFFITHS, JOHN HENRICKSON,
 RON HAMLIN
Lighting Execution ROBERT EBERLE
Assistant Designer DAVID ROBERTS
Scenic Artist GEORGE YATES
Properties Assistant KIM MacKENZIE
Millinery       SHEILA BINGHAM
Wigs  KEN ALLEN
Costume Execution .... ANDREW BROWN, LINDA DAVIS,
 JEAN MURPHY
Wardrobe Mistress       PEGGY KEENE
Scenic Painters ..... PEARL BELLESEN, JIM BRIDGE,
LESLEY CICCOZZI , SALMON HARRIS, DEBBIE MATTHEW,
 CAROL POSER
Stage Crew   . STUDENTS OF THEATRE 350
House Manager     ...    DIANE CURNOW, TEDDY BABICHUK
Box Office KATHRYN DOBIE, ROSALINE CHOY,
   DIANECURNOW
Business Manager     ........     MARJORIE FORDHAM
Production .NORMAN YOUNG
ALBERT HERRING
is produced by special arrangement with
Boosey and Hawkes (Canada) Ltd.
ALBERT HERRING
by
Benjamin Britten
Musical Direction by FRENCH TICKNER
Settings and Lighting Designed By
ROBERT DAHLSTROM
Costumes Designed By
PHILLIP CLARKSON
Stage Direction by JOHN BROCKINGTON
CAST
Lady Billows, an elderly autocrat     .   .   . DOROTHY-JEAN LLOYD*
(March 5,7,10,12,14)
 PAZZI ANN BOHNENKAMP
(March 6,8,11,13,15)
Florence Pike, her housekeeper JENNIFER JESTLEY
(March 5,7,10,12,14)
DIANE FOX
(March 6,8,11,13,15)
Miss Wordsworth, Head Teacher at the BETTE COSAR*
Church School       (March 5,7,10,12,14)
ELFRIEDA LAN GEM ANN
(March 6,8,11,13,15)
Mr. Gedge, the Vicar ALAN McLELLAN
Mr. Upfold, the Mayor    .      MELERICKSEN*
Superintendent Budd     I»AUL BERKOLDS
Sid, a butcher's shophand    JOHN MITCHELL*
Albert Herring, from the Greengrocer's       DAVID MEEK* CAST continued
Nancy, from the Bakery ELFRIEDA LANGEMANN
(March 5,7,10,12,14)
 LENAHAUSER
(March 6,8,11,13,15)
Mrs. Herring, Albert's mother PAULA O'DRISCOLL
Ernie )  ALIX KLENMAN
Cis       >    Village children SHARON TEBBUTT
Harry)  STEVEN SCHOEN
(March 5,7,10,12,14)
 CAMERON GRANT
(March 6,8,11,13,15)
*Appearing by permission of Canadian Actors' Equity Association
ORCHESTRA
Flute, Piccolo NANCY DOERKSEN
Clarinet, Bass Clarinet       CHARLES DALLAIRE
Oboe VICTORIA POPPY
Bassoon ANDREW WEIR
French Horn       LLOYD GEIDT
Percussion        PAUL GRANT
Harp        DONNA L. BROWN
Piano ROBERT HOLLISTON
1st Violin       DUBRAVKA PEARCE
2nd Violin STEFAN JUNGKIND
'Cello LOIS NELSON
String Bass MICHAEL HOVANIAN
Coach - Accompanists ROBERT HOLLISTON,
 LAUREL ANDERSON, CHERYL COONEY
SYNOPSIS
Lady Billows of Suffolk, producing a May Day festival, offers a prize for
a May Queen whose virtue is beyond doubt. When such a young woman
cannot be found, Lady Billows determines to have a May King, in the
person of Albert Herring, a mother-dominated grocer's assistant. When
a practical joker fills Herring's lemonade glass with rum, the May King
becomes inebriated and disappears into the night, searching for disreputable pleasures. At first presumed dead, he returns to the village
the following day, disheveled and haggard, but ready to fight for his
new-won emancipation.
SCENES
The action of the opera takes place in Loxford, a small market-town
in East Suffolk, during April and May of the year 1900.
ACT I Scene I -
Scene II —
ACT II Scene I -
Scene II —
ACT III -
Lady Billows' conservatory.
Mrs. Herring's grocery shop.
A tent in the Vicarage garden.
Mrs. Herring's grocery shop.
Mrs. Herring's grocery shop.
There will be two 15 minute intermissions.

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