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 Ififtmiti.  Annual
Spring {ferfarmtttir*
OF
The Players' Club
OF
The University of British Columbia
¥G$
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
POINT GREY
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th, 1930
Under the Patroimge of
Mrs R   E MeKechnie,   Mrs. L S. Klinclt.   Mrs, W.H. Malkin,   Mrs. D. Murphy,   Mrs, R. L, Reid.
Mrs H, C. Shaw.   Mrs, Chris Spencer,  Mrs. M, M Welsh,
Mrs. F. J. Burd.     Mrs. J. N. Ellis,
Presented at Ladner, March. 7th
At New Westminster, March. 10th
Tin? Animal Tour in May includes Victoria and various interior point*. THE HISTORY of the PLAYERS1 CLUB
Ii! the autuirn of 1915 a little group of students of
the newly farmed University or British Columbia,
:id»d and encouraged by Mr Wood, of the English
.:l par (Trent, undertook to fc.rm a dramatic society.
Begun with much temerity, very little knowledge on
the part rf the students cf practical p'ay production,
hut bcuTrdless hope, the University Players' Club,
j? it was then named, while championing the best in
drarratic art, did rot aim to lead to the professional
stag--. It desired, rather, to encourage appreciation and
i: rcl'ifn-nt reading rf drama, and freedom, confidence
and appropriate and graceful action in the presence
of a company of people.
respite this lack of professional ambition— for since
its inauguration the society has done its work for thi
fun and love of it—the Club has made an appreciable
.-ontribution, not only to community drama, nitably
in the case of the Little Theatre, but also to the legitimate stage.
The fir.dt play chosen and produced the following
spring was lerome K. Jerome's "Fanny and the Servant
Problem." Those who saw Miss Todhuntcr as Fanny,
the aclress who wishes to keep her family in the
background and marries a lord, only to discover that
twenty-three of her relatives constitute her servant
pn.b'em—will readily understand that charming lady's
subst-quent theatrical success.
With a different, but no less effective appeal, was
the wistful little slavey of Zangwill's "Merely Mary
Ann," produced the following year
Then came "Alice Sit-by-the-F:rc," in Barrie's inimitable April weather style. What memories it brings
back of a pretty, plcasurc-loving, would-be idolized
mother and of her valedictory to her youth.
This was fo'lowed in 1919 by that piece of exquisite
fooling, Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being
Earnest " Witty dialogue, fantastic deceits and shrewdly
sketched satirical charactcri-ation marked the play
that introduced to the theatre-going public not only
Arthur Lord who, since his graduation, has added to
his laurels in the Little Theatre Association, but also
Drrcthy Adams, who starred in the next and very
different play, A. E. Masons "Creen Stockings."
Here was a tale with an abundance of plot centering
round a high-spirited girl in a state of revolt against
th.' English custom that required an older unmarried
sister to wear green stcckinfa at a younger sister's
wedding. And the staging and costuming were what
Daisy Ashford, of "Young Visitors" fame would
term "sumpshvis "
Memories ol the 1921 performance carry with them
a hre.ith of "Sweet Lavender," and recollections of a
quaint and childlike wistfulness all the sweeter by
contrast with the f.iscination and charming sophistication of Miss Gilfillian.
Quaint comedy, too, chatactericed A. A, Milne's
"Mr. Pim Passes By." a play of character, memorable
lor Miss Somerset's Olivia and for Mr. Pim, whose
hands played as gently -and aimlessly, with the
destinies of a hcuschold, as with that old umbrella!
The general public agreed with G, B. Shaw that
his "You Never Can Tell," was a "Pleasant Play."
liumor, rapier-like brilliance of wit, human emotion,
satire, and withal a solid core of serious thought,
narked this buoyant play th.it captivated audiences
throughout the province. How could it have done
otherwise, possessing the impishness and the tre-
mtndcus youthful sophistication of those two "barbarian  children  with  ininproved  minds."
Cast in a very different mould was last year's
performance—Jose Fjchegaray's "The World and Hit
Wife," a former vehicle of Sir John Martin-Harvey
and of William Faversham. This play dealt with a
social life in Madrid arising out of subtleties and
artificialities, only conceivable by an effete and rather
over-civilued race.
To mark the !Oth Anniversary of the Club "You
and 1", a comedy of American social and family life,
was chosen as the spring production for IMS. "You
and I" won the Harvard Prize in 1923 and was the
first of an outstanding list of plays by Philip Barry.
The following year the Club, having already successfully performed one of G. B. Shaw's plays, decided
to do another. "Pygmalion" will be remembered as
having been quite outstanding enough to commemorate
the first presentation in the new University Theatre
Point Grey.
In 1927 came "The Romantic Young Lady," a very
light comedy translated from the Spanish of G. Martinez
Sierra. The Players' Club had the honour of giving
the first Canadian production of this play.
In 192S was staged the record-breaking "Polly with
a Past," by MidJleton and Bolton. In twenty towns
throughout the province Miss Hone Leeming charmed
twenty-three different audiences with her interpretation of Polly Shannon.
"Rollo's Wild Oat" in J929 has been the Players'
Club's only spring production tliat has not been
directed by Professor Wood. Owing to ill health he
was obliged to relinquish the duties of Club Director
for one year and Mrs. W. A. Ferguson of the Little
Theatre took his place.
Such a cursory summary of the plays produced
gives but an inadequate conception of the achievements of the Players' Club during the past fifteen years.
The first of these plays, to revert rather suddenly,
was produced in Vancouver, in Victoria and in New
Westminster. In L920 the Club fared forth into the
Okanagan and two years later extended its itinerary
into the Kootcnays, so that now the current play
appears annually in at least twenty cities and towns
in British Columbia.
Part of the success of the performances has undbout-
edly been due to Mrs Suttic, who has always helped
in the important matter of make-up, and has been a
gracious chaperon on all the tours.
Apart from its purely dramatic efforts, the Club
has endeavored to interest the province as a whole
in the possibilities of its University by promoting a
more intelligent understanding of its hopes and of
its aims, by clearing up existing misunderstandings
due to lack of information and by coming into personal
contact with prospective university students.
Financially, too. this organisation has more than
justified its existence for its records show that during
the war over $6,000 was raised for war purposes,
while more recent profits have been devoted to educational and university interests.
It is a far cry from the little group that inaugurated
the Players' Club, to the efficient organization whose
representatives now tour the province yearly. But
this progress would have been quite impossible were
it not for the untiring efforts of the director, Mr.
Wood. His keen foresight, coupled with his minute
sense of immediate detail, his dramatic flair, his power
to recognize even latent histrionic ability, these, with
his endless capacity for taking pains, have made Mr.
Wood the ideal person for the position and the one
to whom, primarily, the Club owes what measure of
success it has enjoyed. Phone 4511 West Tenth Avenue
Pt. Grey 1181 Vancouver, B. C.
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Mrs. F. G. C. Wood and Mrs. J. Lawrence (P. C. Alumni) for assistance in making-up.
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Wilbert Smith for assistance in electrical work.
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Georgia Pharmacy, Drugs, 669 Granville Street, box office courtesies.
Hudson's Bay Company, for properties.
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A Comedy in four acts by Paul Kester, author of "Sweet Nell of Old Drury," "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall,
"Lady Dedlock," "The Woman of Bronte," "Beverley's Balance."
This play is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York
The play is staged under the direction of Mr. F. G. C. Wood, Associate Profustor of English
Characters:
Margaret Lightfoot (Hannah's Mother).- Elizabeth Magee, Arts '32
Thomas Lightfoot (Hannah's Uncle) .....Alex G. Smith, Arts '30
Betty Trott (Maid of all Work) Ann Ferguson, Arts '31
Hannah Lightfoot  „ Sheila Tisdall, Arts '31
Isaac Axford (Hannah's Cousin) Sydney Risk, Arts *30
The Prince of Wales (Afterward George III.) John U. Coleman, Arts '30
Edward, Duke of York   Richard Lendrum, Arts'31
The Duke of Chandos _ „ D. Hamilton Brock, Arts *30
Lord Bute (Prime Minister of England) _ St. John Madeley, Arts '32
Augusta (Princess Dowager of Wales) _  Betty Buckland, Arts '31
Robert Clegg (A Post Boy) „ James A. Gibson, Arts '31
Scenes:
Act I.—The garden at Margaret Lightfoot's in rural England, 1760.
Act II.—The parlour behind Thomas Lightfoot's Shop. In London, a few weeks later.
(During this act the curtain will be lowered for a moment to indicate the lapse of an hour)
Act HI.—The parlour of Hannah's house, near London. Two months later.
Act IV—The Garden.    1810.
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Mr. St. John Madeley, Arts '32
  Mr. Malcolm Pretty
Mr. Alfred A  Evans, Arts "SI
 Mr  B. Bailey, Sri. '30
Placers''   Club   Records
MEMBER OF THE CAST OF FOUR SPRING PLAYS -
Miss Connie Highmoor, Arts '19 (Mrs. Cecil Adams), Portland, Ore.
GREATEST NUMBER OF PUBLIC PERFORMANCES—
Miss Betty Somerset, Arts '24 (Mrs. Jack Clyne). 50 performances.
Mr. Sydney Risk, Arts '30. 47 performances.
Mr. Jack Clyne, Arts '23, 44 performances.
Previous  Performances
1916—"Fanny and the Servant Problem," Jerome K. Jerome, 4 time«.
1917—"Merely Mary Ann," Israel Zangwill, 4 times,
1918—"Alice Sit-by-the-Fire," Sir James M. Barrie, 4 times.
1919—"The Importance of Being Earnest," Oscar Wilde, 3 times.
1920   "Green Stockings," A. E. W. Mason,  10 times.
1921—"Sweet Lavender," Sir Arthur Pinero, 12 times.
1922—Mr. Pim Passes By," A. A. Milne, 17 times.
1923—"You Never Can Tell," G. B. Shaw, 15 times.
1924—"The World and His Wife," J. Echegaray, 18 times.
1925—"You and 1," Philip Barry, 20 times.
1926—"Pygmalion," G. Bernard Shaw, IS times.
1927—"The Romantic Young Lady," G. Martinet Sierra, IB times.
1928—"Polly with a Past," George Middleton and Guy Bolton, 23 timet
1929—"Rollo's Wild Oat," Clare Kumner, 20 times.
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CHARTER MEMBERS, l9l5=
FJRST EXECUTIVE
President,  Henry  Gibson, '16. -   New  York
Vite-President, Virginia Page, '18,
Sec.-Treis.. George  Annabie,  '16.—. Outlook. Sask,
Bus.  Mgr.. James R. Galloway. '16.  ,.Hw York
Asst. But. Mgr.t Ethtyri Trapp, B-A , -...„.._™~Momreal
Commtfttt
Kathleen M. Peck, '17 (Mrs. Jas. Lawrence).._ .Vancouver
Jessie Todhuntcr, "18 (Mrs, John Tainior Foote)..., New York
Pat  Fraser,  "17    Vancouver
Jean Abcrnethy. '17 (Mrs, T. Millar) «  .Calgary
Burnie Bain, '19 (Deceased).
Janet Bagncll.   19
Shirley Clement. kl7 (Mrs. C,  Murison).
Bonnie Clrment. *18 ("Mrs. J. P. C. Southcott)
May Coagravc, *19.   -..--—
Nonh E. Coy,  18 (Deceased).
Charles A, Duncan, '16 (Deceased).
.... England
 Montreal
„. Vancouver
Isobel  Harvey. '18 , - „  Vancouver
Grace Henderson, '18 (Mr*. C  De Wolfe) —..San  Francisco
Connie Hlghmoor, *19 (Mrs. Cecil Adams).       _   Portland
Marion C Hatch, '17. —- Los Angeles
Harold Kerr, "18 „ __-,. .—.—...... .VMsQCBjvet
A.  Lincoln  Marshall, '18 „..,  „ Princeton,  NJ.
Viva  Martin. '18 ,    Long  Island.   NY.
Mary McDonald, 'l8 (Mrs. Piul Nicholson) Vancouver
Evelyn C. McKay,   19 —      New York
May McCnmmon,   17 (Mrs. M. Bolduc) Vancouver
Vera Muddell.  17 (Mrs. A- Meston)  .Vancouver
Stella McGuire, "18 (Mr*. Hunter Lewis).  Vancouver
R.   C,   Palmer,   '21 .„.„...  - SummcrUnd
Pearl  R<«chrugh.    17  (Mrs. Staub). .....Portland
Masxfe Suggett, *17 (Mrs. A. Cook) .... ....  Seattle
Un Shaw, *18 .  - — - ...Vancouver
Dorothy Trapp. '19 (Mrs. Roger Countryman)  „  Minneapolis
Violet Walsh, '18 (Mrs. A. R. Woods)  Bristol, Ent.inJ
Helen White,   17 - —-™-   Vancouver
Later Members
1917
Rev. Walter Agabob, "19 (Deceased).
Merrill    DesBrisay 	
1918
Helena Bodie (Mrs. Arnold Wbitmore).„_
Ion* Gtt&th (Mrs. H. R. Campion.. 	
Bin* Taylor (Mrs. C. W. Stoess) 	
John    Allardycc  ~ »__..«
Agne* Morrison (Mrs. Cecil Hastings)..
Ethel   Mutch  (Mrs.   Douglas   Horih).....
1919
Pauline Gintiburger. ._......_.._ 	
Nellie Ballenunc (Mrs. Rattray) , ...
Jsobcl Form _- —„„-„„...„ .—
Toronto
  Vancouver
..Middlesex, Eng.
 Vancou ve r
 „. ..Vancouver
 Albany. N.Y.
 .. ...Revelstoke
 Vancouver
Westerns*. Aha.
__ Vancouver
_  Vancouver
... Toron to
 London
Beecher Weld	
Helen Wesbrook {Mrs. G. C Robertson).....
1920
Jessie Adam , ».—_. . ...... -._.._..Tennessee
J. Cecil Nelson , - -  London, Eng.
Willsun Coate*. _     -New York
Janet K.GiUey ..  New Westminster
Ada Smith (Mrs. Leslie Lintetman) ...    New York
Allan Peebles..- „.„ ™ _..Wuh.D.C.
John C, Berto  _..., ...,.■—. Vancouver
Gerald McCUy _  Vancouver
Fred C. Law (Deccised).
1921
Dorothy   Adams (Mri. Byron Fulger) .Carroel-bythe'Sea. Calif.
Irene Cowan (Mrs. Ernest Rogers)  .....Vancouver
Reginald Cribb., .  Creston, BC
Joe de Pencier  ., ..  Niagara Falls, Ont.
Lacey    Fisher—,.._,   .—.—— „ Vancouver
Russell    Hunter...- Prinville,    Ore.
J. O. C. Ktxby, —. —. ....Rocky Mtn. House, Alta.
Ethel Livingstone...— —,    —Vancouver
A. E- Lord ———— -..-_____ Vancouver
William Barclay,
Jamea  E.  E.lajd.„ „ _ JDalla*.  Texas
Wilham   Rose -. Nelson
E. W. Faulkner (Deceased).
R.  C-  Elsey   „ Victoria
1922
Arnold Webster....
Isabel Miller	
..Vancouver
 Chicago
 ...Toronto
„__„ „, „ _. VanctHjv e r
  KmIo,    B.C.
„, „... .Montreal
,«.„ „-, Vancouve r
_™,.....™    Toronto
 Vancouver
 ,.. Vancouver
 „ .Vancouver
 -..,.. .   London
.North Vancouver
 San   Francisco
............. Vancouve r
 _.. Vancouver
 Edmonton
Norah WdUs (Mrs. R.  Michener)..„	
Georgina McKinnon (Mrs. Robt. Elson)..
Don   McJntyre...-  — -	
Gwen  Robson  (Mrs.  Uoyd  Johnson)	
G. W. B- Fraser  	
Harry Casstdy  ■  -
Marjone Agnew .—„.	
Francis Pumphrey .. 	
George Clark. ._ - 	
Wells   Coatcs.-. -  „,
Dorothy GUI ~_	
Hat old   Hunter.-. , .	
Lillum Cowdell.
Karhlren Knowhon (Mrs. Duuglaa Roe)
Katie Duff Stuart   ,.
Alphonae Crawford.—„ —.-	
1923
Helen Clark. - .   . Vancouver
Dorothy  Dallas.     Vancouver
Evelyn Eveleigh (Mrs. R. E, Walker). _ _„ Vancouver
Mrs.   Ida   Bree»._  -.... _ -. ..California
K Portsmouth —« «. - .....Vancou\er
M, K. Leveson (Mrs, Arthur Scddon) .„ ..Shanghai. China
Robert Hunter .„   — Vancouver
Alan Hunter - - -..- —  — ....Louisiana
Neil McCallum ..-  .-——. ......Vancouver
A. E, Richard*.      .-.—. .....Sumnsetland
C. Y. Robson. ~  . Vancouvei Island
Mary Bulmer (Mrs. P. E.  Waters) - Bain tree, Alia.
Beatrice F. Johnson (M«. P. G. C. Wood)..„  Vancouver
Helen Kloepfer   - — - Vancouver
Beth MacLennan (Mn. G. W. B. Fraaer)  „ VutCOUVtJ
Constance Peter (Mrs. J. Adams) -.^ —Windsor, Ont.
GbdysWdd (Mrs. Keith Shaw)  Vancouver
jack Clyne..— ... _..—..^.-..„-...,...,„_.._ , ..Vancouver
Helen Reid ™ ^...  - Vancouver
J.HarknessL ...  , „....-,  -*—. Vancouver
G.  Hilbert Scott, .„.,.^ .-........._     Mon:real
A. ManucL  - -. ,„„,Nonh Vancouver
M, Saunders. _..-_- - —.....- .Vancouver
Binky Bell (Mrs. Jack Macautay).  „..,_..„... Vancouver
L, Eckert...-.-. . * ......-...„.-.- Tofonto
Don Hart-^ _ _........- —„„-.—   ~™ Jamaica
Celmer   Rosa ™. _..........- „ Hollywood
Chas Zink. ,...,m„ -. ,   „--■,- San Francisco Players Club Membership
(SESSION 1929-30)
Miss Margaret Anglm
Honorary Members
Miss Edith Wynne Matthison
Chas. Rann Kennedy
Mr E. E. Delavault
Advisory Board
Hon. Pre*.: Mr F. G. C. Wood Dr F. C. Walker Mrs. James Lawrence
Executive
President _   Miss  Betty  Buckland
Vice-President        Mr- Sydney Risk
Secretary     _-     Mis' Eileen Griffin
Treasurer ... Mr.  E.Clark
 Miss Alice Morrow
Committee  Mr. St. John Madeley
Mr. Alei Smith
ARTS '30
Dorothy Pound
Jean Salter
Marion Grant
Angela Van Vooght
Sydney Risk
David Brock
Alex Smith
Malcolm Pretty
Geoff Woodward
John Coleman
E. W. Gilbert
Cameron Kirby
SCIENCE '30
Basil Bailey
ARTS '31
Anne Ferguson
Betty Buckland
Eileen Griffin
Alice Morrow
Alfred A. Evans
Eric North
St. John Madeley
Victor Hill
Ted Clark
Winston Shilvock
James Gibson
Dick Lendrum
SOC. SERV. "31
Dorothy Mole
ARTS '32
Sheila Tisdall
Katherine Lee
Mary McCague
Margery Patterson
Swanhild Matthison
Beulah McLeod
Gertrude Day
Phyllis Thompson
Dorothy Barrow
M. G. Smythe
Ken Logan
SCIENCE '32
E. H. Tull
AGRICULTURE '32
R. M. Forsythe
ARTS '33
Margaret Sheppard
Betty Wilson
Mary Darnbrough
Frances Lucas
Dorothy Fowler
Winifred Creighton
Frank Alpen
McKay Esler
Kelvin Arthur
J. H. McLennan
Archie Dick
Reg. Collie
Waldo Rogers
Peter Grauer
Kenneth Telford
AGRICULTURE '33
W. H. L. Whitnster
NURSING '34
Catherine Cotton
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Later Members * (continued)
1H4
Jrtfit Adami {Mr*r Telford James}.	
Hi.ruld Ettcr  ...„ 	
Cnrd™ Letjon.LJ. . „ ____.
Lome  Morgan, „ 	
Muriel Evjni (Mri. Jatk MsKDoueall)	
Dorothy Holmrg (Mr*. C. E. Laundy).JL
Betty Somerset (Mr5. J^ck Clyne). .._....
Mildred Tccple (Mr*. Montague QipJcJ..
Percy Birr ,„ _,., m	
H.RC™  _  _ _
L- EJ jctt. _ 	
A. Zonnd.......^,. t „_ ^
G.  UvingitQft^^. „,  „_.
Hugh RmwU  M_._ .._ _ ,
Eric Jaciuun „., mT   „„—„	
Franca Cowan. - _  ,...-TTTTx.  ......Vancouver
Roberta  Thuraton  (Mri,  Lron Smith)..,.,  Grimsby*  Onr.
  Vutewnt
, „r.Fort  H.iney
 Va neouvet
 Bciklty, Calif*
 H,VanCOUVeT
,—..... Victoria
 Vancouver
  Vancouver
,  Vtrt-rii
 ....Vancouver
 Vancouver
*, London, Eng.
 Philadelphia
— Vancouver
—i*. India
I92J
EloiEe Angelt (Mrs. J. B- Tudhflpe}.... +.
jcs.li Tbn^mtOfi  £Mra. Frank TurnMl)	
Winifred Hall (Mrs. George Futcher)_,„,
Mtpllie Jackson „„ 	
Elsie  Rikince....  _„.,_,„	
lube. Ru_hsc.1 ..,„„  __ _._
J. W. B. Shore _  	
D. fl.   Charlton,.,.......... ___ _r.
Wtlfrtd Kelly  „	
Peter   Pj.mer.. .......  _ _.
Gamren Sing..,  , ,   ....   . n ,
Frank Pa inter. ... ..._ r..w»1J..1JM m	
Lyle  Atkinson^,.,.,  , „. , t
L. A- Murphy _... i„1ii1t1	
Kenneth Carle, .„..,„  Um..^.^„	
Wr W. Matthcwi _   '
Jean    Faulkner... _  LJ+...,.,_,„,.
R*vic   Marin rrr--i,*»...,.a.i....Laiu 	
A.-Wdo BcfMty „ „ _	
Jean Meredith (Mn, W. McKinnon)_.„,.
Ontme friillie {Mx*. Gordon ShrumX	
IwM Bat tern..... . ..-..-._._ **._-.„,
D^iri* Biiynet m,   ,	
Honor Kidd _ -.. _« „„...
LoufK   MoTTiiOO...„.r_,  	
T. Taylor  —-
E. Chamberlain.	
 Toronto
 Toronto
 . Vancouver
_™ Vancouver
  Kelowna
 ..Vancouver
 ... Vanccruvtr
 Portland
.__ Duncm
 —..-California
,., .Toronto
 Vancouver
 Vancouver
Ralph Norman
Hendrk Gart*bore^.
D^Arcy Marih—....
C. G, Vincent	
Gordon Telford.......
Peter  Price	
J. L- Bennett...—..
H.  Warren- 	
Avi* Fumphtey	
Bice Clegf 	
GUdyi Harvey...—
Grace Hope	
Helen Norrheyr,_,r,
Madge Rankin........
Edith TtxhH	
Mill*. Allihan,	
..New Weitminster
- .SummerLind
.. .Vancouver Ubnd
 .- Vancouver
— ...TVAntouver
,  Nana Lino
 Blakehurn, B.C.
 r Vancouver
-, .Vancouver
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_ Vancouver
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-Vancouver
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