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 THE FREDERIC WOOD THEATRE - 1963 -1964 SEASON
THE FIRST IN OUR NEW THEATRE
It will be with nostalgia that we depart from the beloved, army-hut "Freddy Wood"
which has served artists and audiences so faithfully since 1952.   It is this small
theatre, however, which has inspired the building of the new Frederic Wood Theatre with its beautiful auditorium and modern staging facilities.   The spirit of the
old theatre will go forward into the new.
WE ARE PROUD to announce our programme for 1963-1964,  and WE HOPE our
audience members will wish us well by becoming season subscribers. Subscription
forms giving seating particulars of the new theatre will shortly be mailed to our
audience members. May we ask you to help us check our mailing list by filling in
the form which will be passed out and collected by the ushers during intermissions.
PROGRAMME FOR 1963-1964
SALAD DAYS September 20 - October 5
by Julian Slade & Dorothy Reynolds
An airy  and charming musical  spoof which ran for  seven  seasons in  London.
HEDDA GABLER
by Henrik Ibsen
The timeless  and biting drama of a ruthless woman.
November 29 - December 7
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
by William Shakespeare
To celebrate  the 400th anniversary  of Shakespeare's  birth.
February 7-15
March 27 - April 4
THE BALCONY
by Jean Genet
A dark,  electrifying drama of modern man by contempbrary France's most unusually talented playwright.
THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN
by Auden and Isherwood
November 5-9
Although not part of the Frederic Wood Theatre programme for
1963-1964 we think you will be interested to know that the
Theatre Department has chosen this famous verse drama for its
annual student production
THE FREDERIC WOOD THEATRE
presents
its final production in the "old" theatre
MISALLIANCE
by
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
APRIL 5  -  APRIL 20, 1963 MISALLIANCE
by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by JOHN BROCKINGTON
Setting and Lighting Designed by ARISTIDES GAZETAS
Costumes Designed by JESSIE RICHARDSON
CAST
( in order of appearance)
JOHNNY TARLETON, Jr KEVIN PIPER
BENTLEY SUMMERHAYS JOHN SPARKS
HYPATIA TARLETON MARGARET MALOUGH
MRS. TARLETON MARJORIE Le STRANGE
LORD SUMMERHAYS ROY COOPER
JOHN TARLETON, Sr JOSEPH GOLLAND
A MAID . LYNN STEWART
PERCIVAL ROY CHURCH
LINA EVA MARIE THEREN
GUNNER JOHN BRIGHTON
The home of John Tarleton, Hindhead, Surrey:
Saturday afternoon, May 31, 1909
THERE WILL BE TWO INTERMISSIONS OF TEN MINUTES
PRODUCTION
Technical Director & Production Stage Manager    .    .    .      Norman Young
Costume Execution Jessie Richardson
Geraldine   Richardson
Stage Manager John Madill
Assistant to the Director & Sound Lynn Stewart
Technical Assistants Ronald Whitcombe
Ian Pratt
Burt Skelton
Lighting Execution Peter Laight
Joanne Carling
Properties Mrs. R.S.T. Fraser
and members of the Frederic
Wood Theatre Committee
Ushers     Peggy Sayle
Production    . Dorothy Somerset
Jessie Richardson
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Frederic Wood Theatre wishes to express its appreciation for the assistance it has received in the production of "Misalliance".
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