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Array The Players'  Club
presents
"Tlie Brontes"
— By   ALFRED  SANGSTEF
Twenty-second Annual  Production
Under the patronage of
Mrs. E. W. Hamber Mrs G. T. Cunningham
Mrs. R. E. McKechnie Dr. Evlyn F. Farris
Mrs. L. S. Klinck Miss A. B. Jamieson
Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook Mrs. Sherwood Lett
Mrs.  Percy R.  Bengough Mrs. Victor W. Odium
Mrs.  Joseph B.  Clearihue Mrs. Samuel H. Shannon
March llth, 12th and 13th, 1937
UNIVERSITY THEATRE The Players' Club
1936 - 1931
HONORARY MEMBERS —
Miss Margaret Anglin Professor Thorlief Larsen
Mr. Charles Rann Kennedy Miss Edith Wynne Matthison
Professor F. G. C. Wood
HONORARY PRESIDENT —
Professor Walter Gage
PRODUCTION —
Director      -------       Miss Dorothy Somerset
Art Director       -       -        -       -       -       -       -       Dr. D. C. B. Duft
ADVISORY BOARD —
Mr. William Buckingham Miss Dorothy Jefferd
Professor Ira Dilworth Miss Margaret Powlett
Dr. D. C. B. Duff Miss Dorothy Somerset
EXECUTIVE —
President Eleanor Gibson,  Arts '37
Vice President ------       pat Larsen, Sc. '39
Secretary -------       Hazel Merten, Arts '38
Treasurer -------       Hazel Wright, Arts '33
COMMITTEE —
Leslie A. Allen, Arts '37 Ludlow Beamish, Arts '37
John Davidson, Arts '37 Ellen Boving, Arts '38
Graham Darling, Arts '39
. . . TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF CONGRATULATING
THE   PLAYERS'   CLUB   ON  ITS   CONTINUED   SUCCESS
— GEORGIA  PHARMACY  LIMITED
Specializing in Prescriptions for a Quarter of a Cenfury
777 WEST GEORGIA STREET PHONE SEYMOUR  1050 Vancouver, B.C.
March, 1937
To the Students of the U.B.C.May we suggest for Graduation gifts, lovely
nationally known Wrist Watches, Bulova, Elgin, Wal-
tham, Lories and Tavannes, and beautiful rings.
The Store of Better Values.
695 Granville St.
Your Jeweller,
POTTERS LIMITED
Cast:
(IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE)
Rev. Patrick Bronte Arthur Sager, Arts '38
Incumbent of Haworth Parsonage, Yorkshire
Charlotte Bronte -----       Audrey Phillips, Arts '37
Emily Bronte ------       Beth Gillanders, Arts '38
Anne Bronte    ------       Mary McLeod, Arts '40
His Daughters
Miss  Branwell       -----       Edith   Spencer,   Arts '38
Their Aunt
Tabitha  -------       Adelia Thurber, Arts '38
Their Old Servant
Branwell Bronte Graham Darling, Arts '39
His  Son
The Rev. William Weightman   -       -       Donald Cameron, Arts '38
Curate of Haworth Church
Monsieur Constantin Heger       -       -       Lester Sugarman, Arts '39
Director of the Pensionnat Heger, Brussels
Madame Heger -----       Lorraine Johnston, Arts '40
His Wife
Mr. George Smith   -----       Charles Locke, Arts '38
Junior Partner of Smith,  Elder  &  Co.
Mr. W. S. Williams   - George Shiles, Comm. '33
First Reader of  Smith,  Elder & Co.
George Henry Lewes       -       - -       Robert McDougall, Arts '39
William Makepeace Thackeray -       Robert McCormick, Arts '38
Office Boy           - Reginald Wilson, Arts '39
Rev. Arthur Bell Nichols   -       - -       Ludlow Beamish, Arts '37
Curate of Haworth Church
Miss Wooler     -------       Lois Still, Arts '38
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'HE  BOOK  STORrFSwhich  occupies  a room  in  the  Auditorium
jff was esj«bSsTied for the convenience of the stua»jitsjaiid.
'effected* considerable saving to the students in |itne»and
(ft  "mon§v>*Jt i|^|j|pOTecr§p supply all the text books required for the
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*>uTses offered in;4he university, also such articles
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^books, Ipose-Je^ ^l^etslicruntain pens, drawing paper and- irtst:
"TfrSffer.
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*•"• COMMODORE CABARET
THE    PRIDE    OF    VANCOUVER
The Most Luxurious and Up-to-Date Ball-
i-oom on the North American Continent
Catering to University Dances and Special
Parties by Arrangement «
PHONE SEYMOUR 41      -      -      DOUGLAS 5040
Scenes i
The action oi the play takes place between 1840 and 1860
a a  a o
ACT I. — SISTERS OF DESTINY
Scene 1.—The Parlour of Haworth Parsonage, 1940.
Scene 2. — The Same, some hours later.
A Seven-Minute Intermission
Jule   Ann   Wellband   Beauty   Salon
Specializing in
FACIAL TREATMENTS PERMANENT WAVING
INDIVIDUAL COIFFURES
Restoring Faded   Hair to its Natural Color
2906 Granville St. Bdyview 830 The Chelsea Shop Ltd.
Upholstery,   Loose Covers,   Curtains,
Lamp Shades,   Etc.
2127 Granville Street Bayview 6404
ACT H. —FAME
Scene 1. — The Pensionnai Heger, Brussels,  1842.
Scene 2.—The Parlour, Haworth,  1842.
Scene 3.—The Office of Smith, Elder  5  Co., Publishers, Cornhill,
3846.
A Seven-Minute kuermission
ACT III. — THE PATRIARCH
Scene 1. —The Parlour, Haworth, 1848.
Scene 2. — The Same, 1854.
Scene 3.   -The Same, Charlotte's Wedding Day, 1855.
Scene 4. — The Same,  1860.
Present her with
PURDY'S famous CHOCOLATCS
  Unquestionably   the   finest   chocolates
GTS  and  2843  Granville on the Pacific Coast — made from the
VANCOUVER,   B.   C. finest   materials,   by   an   expert   staff. Committees
Director's  Assistant
Adelia Thurber, Arts '38
Business Manager
Leslie Allen,  Arts '37
Stage Manager
John   Davidson,   Arts   '37
Assistant Stage Manager
William  Johnston.  Ag.  '39
ADVERTISING —
Leslie Allen, Convenor Arts '36
Hyslop   Gray        -             - Ails '38
Pamela  Yell                      -    -    - Arts '46
Pauline  Scott Arts '40
lack   Stark Arts '40
Arraand Pow'ett    -    ■ Arts '38
CIRCULARS —
Hazel  Merten,  Convenor    - Arts '38
Kay   Curtis  Sc. '4!
Adrienne  Collins  ... Arts '40
Mary   Heyer  Arts '39
Stella    Bridgman  Arts 'AC
Hazel   Wright  Arts '38
Mary   Filz lames  Arts '40
Rhela   Lesser  Arts '40
PROGRAMMES —
Dudley   Darling,   Convenor Arts '39
Patricia Macrae  Arts '38
Hazel   Wright   -   -   •              ■ Arts '38
TICKETS —
lack   Stark,   Convenor    • Arts '39
Anne   Carter  Arts '39
Eric   Robertson     ----- Arts '38
Bob   McDougall    -   •              - Arts '39
Morva   Longfellow              •    • Arts   38
Elizabeth   Norie  Arts '39
FEATURE WRITE-UPS —
Jim  Beveridge  Arts '38
Kay   Mann          Arts '38
Margaret   Ecker      ----- Arts '36
Monty  Fotheringham       -    -    - Arts '38
PROPERTIES —
Bill  Nickerson,  Convenor  -    - Arts '38
Jean   Meredith  Arts '38
Betsy Damborough    -    -    -    - Arts '38
Evelyn   Smith    ------ Arts '40
Geoffrey Mackie    ----- Arts '40
Eleanor  Green   -    -    -    -    -    . Arts '39
LIGHTING —
Pat Larson - Sc. '39
William  Johnston  Ag. '39
MAKE - UP —
Mary   Moxon Arts '38
Pamela  Yell Arts '40
Hyslop   Gray -----         Arts '38
Jean  McLaurin -    -    -    -            Arts '38
Joey   Wilson -   -   -    ■    -   Arts '33
SCENERY —
John  Davidson,  Convenor
Rae   Anderson  ....
Gordon   Gray   -    -    •    •
Michael Churchill      -   -
John  Ker  ------
James   Fields ...
Arts '3',
Arts '38
Arts '39
Arls '39
Arts '40
Sc. '4C
COSTUMES —
Ellen   Boving  Arts '38
Sheila   Wilson   - Arts '38
Ailsa   Braidwood  Arts '38
Miriam   Cosens  Arts '39
Mary   Heyer  Arts '39
Adrienne  Collins -   -    -   ■ Arts '40
HOUSE  MANAGER
Patricia   Macrae
Arts '38
USHERS —
Ailsa   Braidwood   ----- Arts '38
Mary   Heyer            Arts '3a
Rheta   Lesser  Arts '40
Betsy  Damborough    -    -   -   ■ Arts '38
Pamela    Yell     ------ Arts '4D
Adrienne  Collins  ----- Arts '40
Sheila   Wilson - Arts '38
Miriam   Cosens  Arts '33
Morva   Longfellow          ■         - Arts '38
Anne   Carter  Arts '39
Mary  Fitz-James     ----- Arts '40
DOORMEN —
Robert  Hayman  Arts '3B
Dudley   Darling     ....    - Arts '39
Phillip   Griffin   ------ Arts '30
Frederick   Hobsor.      -    -    - Arts  '37
Robert   King  Arts '37
Lloyd Hobden  Arts '37
David   Morrow         Arts '39
Jack    Stark   ----.-- Arts '40 AclfciBOwIefIcjem«ents>
The Antiquarian Shop
Mrs. T. F. Barton
Chelsea Shop
Mrs. Cresswell
Mrs. Sidney Darnborough
Mr. A. Fabri — Sculptor
Mrs. A. Goring
Hampton House
Pewter  and French  Furniture
Harvey and Gorrie
Mrs. Hersey's Antiques
Hudson's Bay Co.
Mts. Adam Johnston
I. W. Kelly Piano Co.
Laidler's Antiques
The Little Thecrfre Association
Mrs. Marley's Antiques
A. R. Mann
Mrs. Elmore Meredith
The Musical Society
Miss Charmian Mac Arthur
Mrs. ]. G. Nickerson
PaTisian CostumieTS
Sinclair's Antiques
Mrs. M. S. Smilh
David Spencer Ltd.
Mrs. E. R. Sugarman
Dr. Wessie Tipping
University Greenhouse
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The Vancouver Dailies
'The Smartest Shoppe. in Town"
552
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