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Spring Performance
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The University of ^British Columbia
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
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Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th, 1928
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Under the Qatronafte of
Mrs. R. E. MeKwluiie,    Mr,. L. S. KUaclr,   Mrs. J. N. Ell...   Mr*. J. W. de B. F*rri.,
Mrs. R. F". McLennan,     Mrs. Dennis.  Murphy,     Mrs.   R,   L,   Reid.     Mrs,   S,   D.   Scot!,
Mr*. H. t.. Shaw,     Mrs. C. Speiictr  and   Mrs. F. F. Wesbrook.
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Presented at Cloverdale, March 7th, and Ladner, March 9th.
To he presented in the Little Theatre, New Westminster,
Wednesday, cMarch 21st.
lire   Auniiiil   Tirur  in   May   include!*  Victoria   and   various  interior  paints. 44
U>oll^ with a past
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A Comedy in Three Acts
by George Middleton and Guy Bolton
As played 326 performances at the Belasco Theatre, New York City. Also
produced at the St. James Theatre. London.
This play Is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of
New  York.
The play I* staged under the direction of Mr. F. G. C. Wood,
Associate Professor of English.
CHARACTERS
Clay Collum, an Interior decorator John M. Billings,
Harry Richardson   W.  Eric North,
Rex Van Zile  - Alfred A. Evans,
Polly Shannon   Hope Leeming,
Mrs. Clementine Davis   ..Frances Madeley,
Myrtle Davis, her daughter.   Frances Fowler,
Stiles ...Sydney  Risk,
Mrs. Martha Van Zile, Rex's mother Eileen Griffin,
Commodore "Bob" Barker William J.   Masterson,
Prentice Van Zile, Rex's uncle David B. Wodllnger,
A Stranger Archie F. Little,
Parker, a maid Dorothy Mole,
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SCENES
Act      I.—The Richard son-Co Hum apartment, New York City. Late in July
Act    II.—The Van Zile summer home, Northampton, Long Island. Early August.
Act   III,—The same.   A few days later.
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IMPORTED MODELS, LONDON and PARIS.
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
Costumes Miss Betty Buckland and Mr. Don Palmer
Properties    ....        Miss   Hester   Thompson
Scenery   Mr.  Jack  Darkness
Lighting    Mr. Don Emery
Publicity    Mr.   Laurance   Meredith
Business   Manager   Mr.  John  Hulbert
Assistant Business Manager     Mr. J. C. A. Cole
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Club Is much indebted to the Sinclair Furniture Emporium, 710
Seymour St., for the furniture used in the play. The draperies are supplied
by (lie Hudson's Bay Co.
As in other years, thanks are due Mr. J. N. Harvey, of J. N. Harvey. Ltd..
417 Hastings St. W., for assistance with men's costumes.
The afternoon and evening dresses worn by Miss Leeming are by J. S.
Donaldson, 782 Howe St.
The hats are kindly supplied by McDonald & Harper, 1029 Robson St.
The Club is also Indebted to Ibe Georgia Pharmacy, and to the J. W. Kelly
Piano Co. Ltd., for box office privileges.
Other costumes are from David Spencer, Ltd., and Raphael's.
The following musicians have graciously given their services for the
Vancouver performances: Conductor—J. B. Kania; 1st Violin—Les Brooks:
Cornet—H. King, H. E. Bond; Clarionet—Dick Lucas: 'Cello—Mrs. Wyllie
Johnstone; Contra Basso—Mr. Wyllie Johnstone; Accompanists—Miss Ida Ker.
Miss Francis McDonald, L. P. Smith.
KELVINATOR
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR for the HOME
FITS ANY ICE BOX
SO CLEAN !       SO COOL I       SO CONVENIENT !
The Jervis Electric Co., Ltd.
898 Granville Street aJvlemhers of the (players' Club
11 ON OR ART MEMBERS—Miss Mnrtraret Anglfn.  Miss Edith Wynne Matthlson.  Mr,
Charles Rnnn Kennedy.
ADVISORY  BOARD
linn,   rrcplil^iit       -       Mr.   F.   G.   C.   Wood
Dr.  F. C.  Walker        Miss Josephine Battle
EXECUTIVE
!'icBldi»nt  Mr.  Phillip Elliot.  Arts '21
Vi.'e-l'resiili ni    Miss Gwen Musgrave, Arts '2*
S. i-tviary    . Miss Margaret  Craig,   Arts '2s
Treasurer   ... Mr.   John   Ilulbert,   Arts '2'.'
\ Mr.   Gerald  Newmarch.   Sc. *2S
''■nimlttf.- ■(       Mr. Robert Wright, Aria '3*
I   Miss Doris Crompton,  Arta '29
ARTS '28
Misses Kathleen Allen Messrs.  Leslie Brown
Bice Clefs Jack Harkn^ss
Bessie  Hurst Gerald  Lee
Hope Leeming William   Mastorson
Annie Taylor M.-icdilh   McKiirlane
Alfreda  Thompson David Wodllnger
Hester Thompson
ARTS '29
MissesManetta   Bailey Messrs. John   Billlnps
May  Chrlstison Norman Clark
Ethelwyn   Dee Denis   Murphy
Frances Fowler Paul Murphy
Cecelia Garesehe David   MacDonald
Suzanne Jackson J,   W.   Plommer
Prances  Madeley Ronald Todd
Alice White
ARTS '30
.Misses Erica,   Brldgmnn Messrs, David  Brock
Dorothy   Pound W.    Kennett
Jean   Salter T.  Keeling
Sidney Risk
Jack  Parker
ARTS '31
Misses Betty  Buck la rid Messrs. J. C. A. Cole
Ruby   Efford W.   F.  Cameron
Ann   Ferguson Alfred   A.   Evans
Eileen   Griffin Archie   Little
Dorothy  Mole F. St. John Madeley
Sylvia  Stevens Elmore   Murray
Klalne  Marshall-Wright Eric North
Donald  Palmer
Charles Went worth
SCIENCE '29
Mr.   Donald   Emery
(previous (Public (Performances
1916—"Fanny and the Stewart Problem." Jerome K, Jerome,  i  tfnw-n.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwrll, 4 times.
liilti—"Alice Set-by-the-Fire."  Sir James M.  Barrle.  4  times.
1919—"The Importance of Being Earnest," Oscar Wilde. 3  limes.
1920—"Green Slock lugs," A. K. W.  Mason, 10 times
1921—"Sweet   Lavender,"   Sir  Arthur W.   Plnero,   12   time*.
1932—"Mr,  Pirn Passes By," A. A. Milne.  17  linns.
1923—"You Never Can Tell," G. B, Shaw, 15 times.
1924—"The World and  His Wife," Jose Echegary,   18  times.
192.1—"You and I," Philip Barry, 20 times.
1928—  Tygmalion," G.  Bernard Shaw,  18 times.
192T—"The Romantic Young Lady," G. Martlnei Sierra, 18 tfmis.
rvANi m   HAITIKGI.  S"M  SEtUOU*  SIREET    VANCOUVfH    O    C.

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