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The Importance of Being Earnest Mar 13, 1958

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 PROGRAMME
UNIVERSITY  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA
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PRESENTS
ITS ANNUAL SPRING PRODUCTION
the
importance
of being
earnest
by OSCAR WILDE
UBC AUDITORIUM
March   13, 14 and  IS,  1958 PROGRAMME
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA
PLAYERS' CLUB
PRESENTS
ITS ANNUAL SPRING PRODUCTION
the
importance
of being
earnest
by OSCAR WIIDI
UBC AUDITORIUM
March 13, 14 and  IS, 1958 PATRONS
ADVISORY   BOARD
Dr.   W,   ROBBINS,   Hon     President
Professor R. r. jeffels
Professor  S,   Read
Dean  Geoffrey  Andrew
Dean Dorothy Mawdsley
Miss D. Somerset
MB-  A.  Sager
Dr.  Chris  Ried
Professor J. C.  Peeps
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Glen Windham
Vancouver Art School
J.   Greening
The  Vancouver   Sun
The Vancouver Province
C. B. C.
C,   K.   W.   X.
C.   K.  L.  G.
RADSOC
Ubysess
E. Lucas of Central. Furniture
and  Plumbing
Mr. Sidney Benett
EXECUTIVE
Walter   Shynkaryk.   president
Billy  Gordon,   vice-president
Helen   Mossof   secretary
Lee Mackenzie, treasurer
Robin Garff. stage manager
Larry Fofonoff. tour manager
Lieutenant-Governor.   The
Honourable Frank Mackenzie Ross
and Mrs. Ross
Chancellor Dr. A. E, Grauer
AND   MRS.   GRAUER
President N. A. M. Mackenzie
and Mrs. Mackenzie
Dean  W.  Gage
Professor   and   Mrs.    Frederic   Wood
Mr   and Mrs   f, Ronald Graham
Dean E. D. MacPhee and Mrs. MacPhci
Chief Justice Sherwood Lett
and  Mrs.  Lett
Mr   and Mrs. J. V, Clyne
COMMITTEES
stages   Bill Gordon,  chairman
John Russel, Jim Laker. Robin Garff,
Ivor Hughes. Ann Moss. Sylvia Carter
Barbara Forse. John Madill. Robin
Sherwood.  Denis Howard
publicity:  Lee Mackenzie, chairman
Bill Gordon. Robin Sherwooo. Marjory
Gilbart. Ken Kramer
costumes:   margaret johnson.  chairman
Gajl Glendinning. Ann moss. Pat
Crowe.   Barbara Forse,  Anne Blayney.
Robin  Sherwood.  Silvia Carter
programme:   bruce mcc0ll
TICKETS:    JOHN    RUSSEL.    Chairman
Bruce  McColl
properties.   Zulette   London,   chairman
Jennifer Stewart
lighting:   jlm   laker.  chairman
Ron   Hausen THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
Directors
Assistant Director
Producer
Tour Manager
Gay Scrivener, John Brockington
Helen Mossop
Walter Shynkaryk
Larry Fofonoff
CAST
John Worthing, J.P.
Algernon Moncrieff
Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.
Merrhnan (Butler)
Lane (Manservant)
Lady Bracknell
Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax
Cecily Cardew
Miss Prism   (Governess/
Ken Kramer
John Madill
Martin Bartlett
Billy Gordon
Jim Laker
Valerie Dowling
Marjorie Gilbart
Pamela Rutledge
Natalie Veiner
ACT I
Algernon Moncrieffs Flat in Half-Moon Street, W.
•
ACT II
The Garden at the Manor House, Woolton
ACT III
Another Part of the Garden THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PLAYERS' CLUt
The UBC Players' Club was founded forty-three years ago,
on November 2, 1915, by Professor Frederic Wood. In 1920
it made its first tour of the province. Since that time the
spring tour has been an annual event. The tour, as well
as providing cultural advancement for the province, also
is a link between the University and the remoter parts of
the province.
It is hoped that our Centennial prduction of Oscar Wilde's
"The Impitrtance of Being Earnest" will be as great a
success as was our last year's production of Twelfth Night.
Spring Plays in the past by (he Players' Chab have been:
Fanny and the Servant Problem (1:6). Merely Mary Ann
('17), Alice SU-by-the-Fire ('18), The Importance of Being
Earnest {'19), Green Stockings ('20), Sweet Lavender C21>
Mr, Pirn Passes By ('22), You Never Can Tell ('23),
The World andllis Wife,.{'24), You and 1 (J2S),
Pygmalion ('26), The Romantic Young Lady C27), Polly
With a Past C28), RoMo's Wild Oat ('29), Friend Hannah
I'30), Young Idea ('31), Alice SH-bylhe-Fire <*32),
Alibi (*33), Caesar and Cleopatra ('34), Hedda Gabler
('35), She Stoops to Conquer ('36), The Brontes (*37),
Playboy of the Western World C38), The Curtain Rises
<*39), Pride and Prejudice (*40), Candida C41), The
Rivals C42), George and Margaret C43>, Dover Road C44).
Taming of the Shrew (45), Berkeley Square ('46),
What Every Woman Knows ('47), School for Scandal ('48)
Twelfth Night ('49), An Inspector Calls ('50>, Much Ado
About Nothing (*52), Shadow and Substance (*53),
Major Barbara CM\, Barrets of Wimpote Street C55).
A Hundred Years Old ('56), and Twelfth Night ('57'.

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