Wild Violets (1963) by Huddersfield Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD AMATEUR. LIGHT OPERA SOCIETY

SOUVENIR 1963

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HUDDERSFIELD AMATEUR LIGHT OPERA SOCIETY :

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Affiliated to the National Oper

42nd Production

“WILD VIOLETS”

By arrangement with Chappell & Co., Ltd. ;

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A MUSICAL PLAY by BRUNO HARDT-WARDEN

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English Book b 2 HASSARD SHORT, DESMOND CARTER & REGINALD PURDELL

§ Music by ROBERT STOLZ Lyrics by DESMOND CARTER «

, A.B.C. Cinema, Huddersfield,

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: Monday, February 25th fs Satu rday, March 2nd, 1963, ; at 7-15 p.m. ;

Saturday Matinee, March 2nd, at 2-15 p.m.

Production by CHARLES GILLESPIE (London)

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Choreography by DOREEN FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B.(Comm.) Hon. Musical Director HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.

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List of Officers.

President : F. BRIAN HOLMES, Esq. Vice-Presidents :

r. D. K. Bruce, Mr. Hiram CartwricHt, Mr. NORMAN oe pe Mr. G. WHEATLEY Dyson, Mr. Husprert Dyson, Mr. H. T. Evans, Mr. FRAN ~ > A A Py

Foster, Miss ANNIE oe Mr s. F. Hatcu, rT EOR R Mr. HOPKINSON, S. AYE, O.B.E., r. J. Reynoitps, Mr. Harry TOWNEND, Mr. J. — Mr. Harorp WAKEFIELD, Mr. Wu EY, Mrs. ELLEN Woop. Hon ee sent G. WHEATLEY Dyson Hon. Secretary : Mr EWTHWAITE Hon. Treasurer : MicHAEL F. Dyson, A.c. on ge Manager : CyrtL WARE

Hon. Assistant oe Manager : GORDON FRYER. Hon. Musical Direc ARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L. Hon. Assistant Treasurer: JOHN E

on. Property Master: JAcK LIVERSIDGE.

a Publicity Manager : Er1tc WALKER. me anist : KATHLEEN WHITFIELD. Hon. a Mistress : Dore FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm) on, and Librarian : GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON. Hon. Solicitor : T. Brices, LI.B, Hon. Physi : Dr. C. E. MITCHELL. Hon. Perruquiers : Mrs. J. EMMERSON, JacKkson, Miss en none G. W. CunninGTon, J. LIVERSIDGE, STANLEY F. Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses : Mrs. C. E. MircHecr and Mrs. A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Call Boys: CHARLES A. and ANDREW WAL

Hon. Auditor : eee Dz ees

COUNCIL : Miss Mary KINLocH, Roy BartTEs, PETER BR G. HILtpRED GLEDHILL, KENNETH HOYLE, jous E. JACK Lavensince, NorMAN Moore, NLEY F. Ton Eric Wa

LADIES’ COMMITTEE :

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Chambers, [. Earnshaw, Wood.

Obituaries. STEPHEN D. LISTE THREAPPLETON LESLIE SUNDER yer AND Mrs. Fi De Eva

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Huddersfield Amateur Light Opera Society

President :

F, BRIAN HOLMES, Esq.

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Hon. General Manager :

G. WHEATLEY DYSON

Hon. Secretary :

THERESA A, LEWTHWAITE

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Hon. Treasurer :

MICHAEL F, DYSON, A.C.A.

Hon. Stage Manager :

CYRIL

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Hon. Musical Director : HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.

nist :

Hon. Accompa : KATHLEEN WHITFIELD

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Hon. Dancing Mistress : DOREEN FRANCE,

M.I.D.M.A., S.B.(Comm.)

Our Producer : CHARLES GILLESPIE

(London).

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MITZI ERIK LENA PAUL LIESEL OTTO

Margaret Terence Barbara David M. E. Wendy Richard G. Cortis _ Brearley Stanley : ‘Rowley Lodge Hey

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HANS AUGUSTA MADAME HOFFMAN

Norman Moore Doreen France Kay L. Middleton

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MDDLE. DUPRES Mary Kinloch

MARY

Jean Jackson

UL David M. Rowley

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ALGERNON RUTHERFORD Eric Walker

MADAME HOFFMAN Kay L. Middleton

HANS

Norman Moore

AUGUSTA

Doreen France

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Musical Programme.

OVERTURE ACT I ‘* Switzerland Ensemble Dance Dancers and Ensemble

Duet—‘‘ Summer in our Hearts”” Augusta and Hans

Trio— A Girl has got my Heart.” Paul, Otto, Erik and Boys

Trio—‘‘ Dreaming of Love ””........... Liesel, Mitzi, Lena and Girls Quartet—‘‘ When I Love I do Augusta, Paul, Otto and Erik

Sextet—‘‘ I sort of knew Paul, Otto, Erik, Liesel, Mitzi and Lena

Song—‘ Don’t say good-bye ”’ Mary Duet—‘ Switzerland occ Augusta and Hans FINALE ACT II

Reprise—‘‘ A Girl has got, my Heart.” Wn Song—‘‘ The Outdoor ? eee Liesel and Girls Quartet—‘‘ Charming Weather ” .Liesel, Otto, Mitzi and Erik Pune VG, FUSE Mary and Paul

Chorus—*‘ The went of Nights , Erik, Liesel, Mitzi, Lena and Ensemble

Song—‘ Wine in our Glasses? ween Paul and Ensemble Chorus—‘‘ Take Care) Augusta and Ensemble Date Dancers FE Ensemble

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“WILD VIOLETS”

A MUSICAL PLAY by BRUNO HARDT-WARDEN English Book by HASSARD SHORT, DESMOND CARTER and REGINALD PURDELL Lyrics by DESMOND CARTER Music by ROBERT STOLZ

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the Prologue) Hans Katzen (Keeper of ‘the “ Stone Jug.”’).....NORMAN MooRE D

Augusta (His Wife) OREEN Greta: (Theit occ SANDRA LEE Carl Hoffman (Paul’s Son) KEITH CALVERT

Paul Hoffman (His Father) oe Davin M. ROWLEY (in the Play) Paul Hoffman eee Davip M. ROWLEY chool Friends a Helvetia College ) “""""" RICHARD G. HEY

Erik Schmidt TERENCE BREARLEY Ma ork Hoffman (Paul’s Aunt, Headmistress @ Viclette) 5 Kay L. MmppLETon ae vue Dupres (Assistant to Mame. Hoffman) Mary KINLOCH Liesel ( E. LODGE Mitzi School Friends 4 MARGARET CORTIS Te ee rete BARBARA STANLEY Augusta (Maid at the Chateau Violette) ........... DOREEN FRANCE

Algernon Rutherford (Mary’s Grandfather) ...... Eric WALKER Mary Rutherford (His Grandaughter, a new girl) JEAN JACKSON

Hans (Porter at the Girls’ School) NorRMAN MOORE Doctor Franck (A Professor) NORMAN ROYSTON Heine ARTIN SHAW Rudolph JOSEPH BESWICK D NG GIRLS : WENDY BAILEy, Rita CLARK, eee M. WELL, MARIE D. GARSIDE, SANDRA LEE, JOYCE OWE, BARBARA SCHOFIELD, I MAUREEN.

SHEARD, LAVINE E. Pat A, GRAHAM, JEANETTE HIRST, GLENNIs G. WILSON

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LADIES CHORUS : oe Burns, Datsy CLARKE, BETTY CROSLAND, CHRISTINE DUCE, W. Ep Fi

oYc ONDSON, JENNIFER; P. A ER, ae C. GARRETTY, WENDY KENYON, YLVIA KENWORTHY, SYL LocKkwoop, MARGARET ANNE PHILLIPS, JEAN STEVENSON, JEAN M. Taytor, KATHLEEN WALKER, RutTH C. WILSON, REY M. WEATHERHEAD

CHORUS : KEITH CALVERT, LESLIE oie Ropert W. MICHAEL B. GREEN, ARTHUR Monpay, ALAN PEARSON, MICHAEL RICHARDSON, Roy STiIRK, ANK TAYLOR, STANLEY F. Taytor, KENNETH H. WarE

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES : PROLOGUE The Stone Jug

Scene 1. The Path to the Chateau Violette, Finishing School for Girls (1902).

Scene 2. The Girls’ Studio in ne Chateau Violette. cene 3. The Path to the Schoo Scene 4. The Housekeeper in the School. ne 5. The Hall of the Violette — INTERVAL — Scene

ce Wood adjoining the School. A Road.

1 2 3. The Kitchen of The Stone Jug. Scene 4. The Garden of The Stone Jug. 5 i ho 6

Outside the Chateau Violette.

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The Story of the Play.

The story of “ WILD VIOLETS” takes place in Switzerland, in and around the vicinity of the Chateau Violette Finishing School for Girls. Nearby is the Helvetia College for young Gentlemen, and down in the village a gay beer-garden ‘“‘ The Stone Jug ”’ where

the students disport themselves.

In the Prologue we find the keeper of the ‘“‘ Stone Jug’ Hans Katzen, and his wife Augusta who, thirty-five years before, had been employed as maid at the Chateau Violette. They have a daughter, Greta, who is in love with Carl Hoffman, the son of Mr. Justice Hoffman, a former student at the Helvetia College. Paul Hoffman—the father—and his two friends, Otto Bergman and Erik Schmidt, are expected at the ‘‘ Stone Jug” on their way to the College reunion, it being a habit of theirs to call every year

for a glass of the wine-cup for which the inn is famous.

When Paul Hoffman arrives we find that he is not likely to give his consent to his son’s engagement to Greta, and when the two young people hear this they are furious. Carl wonders if his father ever had any enjoyment in his own youth, and says as much, whereupon Hans starts to tell him a story of thirty-five years before. His voice dies away—and in the next scene we are outside the

Chateau Violette in nineteen-hundred-and-two.

Paul Hoffman and his two friends Otto and Erik, are the sentimental ringleaders of the Students college. After many amusing and awkward situations Paul elopes with one of the girls, Mary, and her friends, Liesel, Mitzi, and Lena, who have helped in their elopement wave good-bye, the lights fade on the story of ‘“ Wild Violets,”

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DR. FRANCK

Norman Royston

RUDOLPH

Joseph Beswick

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MARY

Jean Jackson

GRETA Sandra Lee

ALGERNON RUTHERFORD Eric Walker

CARL Keith Calvert

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LENA Barbara Stanley

MITZI Margaret

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LIESEL Wendy Lodge

MDME. HOFFMAN Kay Lis Middleton

ERIK Terence Brearley

OTTO Richard G Hey

PAUL David M. Rowley

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Jeanette Hirst Lavine E. Whiteley Maureen Sheard Joyce Melia Pat Graham Rita Clark Glenys M. Coldwell Barbara Schofield Glennis Wilson Marie D. Garside Wendy Bailey Sandra Lee

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Kathleen Walker Marjorie Burns Jean Stevenson Ruth Wilson

Jean Taylor Daisy Clarke Betty Crosland Sheila Garretty Sylvia Lockwood Audrey Weatherhead Joyce Edmondson

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT (5 RATEFUL acknowledgment is hereby made by the Society of the services rendered by the officials and members and all who have contributed or helped To each

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so generously supported the production the Society accords its most grateful thanks. With your help we were able to donate £400 to various Charities last year making a total of over £3,000 since the Society was re-formed

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Previous Productions

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1913— A Cov y GIR SAN ” 191 15—" A Runaway GIRL.” 1916— ee ee 1919— LE OF ae ,

‘THE BE 1920—‘ Miss Hoox OF neta 1921—‘‘ Our Miss GIB 1922—“ Tina. ” 1923—‘ THE Mou MB 1924— THE ae NS.” 1925—‘‘ THE Litac. Domino.” 1926— A Wattz 1927—‘ MADAME POMPADOUR.”’ 1928—‘ SyBIL.”’ 1929— THE SHOP GIRL.”

1930—“‘ CHARMING.” 1931—‘‘ S THE 1932—‘‘ ROSE el 1933— “Fit THE DECK.”

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