Rose Marie (1932) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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QUALITY The name HEYWOODS is a household word synonymous AND with all that good taste demands.

ECONOMY Our goods, both for personal wear and for household use, have

made our name—our satisfied customers have advertised it.

Visit our Cafe for Luncheons and Teas. Music. Closed Wednesdays /2 o'clock.

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LIST OF OFFICERS, ETC. _

President: ALDERMAN THOS. CANBY, J.P.

: Mrs. E.G. Cowarpb, Mr. ARTHUR J. BRook, J.P., DR. H. CLIFFORD BaLpwin, DR. D. Louts CAIRNS, Mr. CHas. Cowan, Dr. E. G. Cowarp, COUNCILLOR LEONARD DENHAM, Dr. T. H. Epwarps, Mr. T. B. GLEDHILL, Mr. A. E. T. HINCHCLIFFE, LL.B., Mr. A. BRooxk Hirst, Mr. F. V. Lawton, Mr. SyKES MARSDEN, Mr. EDWARD QUARMBY, MR. FRANK SHAW, Mr. BERNAL SYKES, Capt. FREDK. H. THREAPPLETON, SIR JOSEPH TURNER, J.P.

Hon. General Manager : Mr. STEPHEN D. LISTER, 34, New Street, Huddersfield. .

Hon. Treasurer : Hon. Clerk to the Box Office : Mr. LEONARD DENHAM. Mr. HuBERT Dyson

of Joshua Marshall’s Ltd. Hon. Assistant Treasurer :

Mr. WALTER CHAMBERS. I Hon. Solicitor :

Mr. STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Stage Manager :

Mr. H. T. Evans. Hon. Physician :

Cort. CowarpbD, M.B., R.A.M.C. Hon. Property Master :

Mr. E. H. Waite. Hon. Perruquiers : MADAME MATTIE LUND, Mr. C. BARRACLOUGH.

Hon. Wardrobe Mistress :

Hon. Accompanist : Miss M. W. GEE. Mr. SAVILLE GREENWOOD.

Hon. Advertising Manager : Mr. E. TAYior.

Hon. Auditors : Hon. Registvar and Librarian : Mr. Ext CARTER.

Mr. HrrRAmM CARTWRIGHT. Mr. WatTSon Rowe.

Council : Charyman : Mr. CHAS. COWAN. Hon. Clerk to the Council: Mr. J. E. STREET.

Mr. HirAM CARTWRIGHT Mr. J. B. GLEDHILL Mr. SIDNEY KAYE , DouarLas G. Cowan », HERBERT W. HARPIN » WALTER SCOTT », WALTER CHAMBERS ». J. HuBeErtT HILEy ,, GUILDFORD STRINGER » Lom DENHAM » F. ILLINGWORTH », ERNEST TAYLOR

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Ladies’ Committee : Hon. Secretary ; Miss W. Cowan.

Miss ADA CLARKE Mrs. HAVILAND) Mrs. L. E. SHAw Mrs. G. H. CROSSLEY » LL. KELLY Miss G. STEPHENS » H. T. Evans » J. W. Moore Mrs. G. STRINGER

Miss M. W. GEE ,, WATSON ROWE (MADAME MatTTIiE LUND)

Ex-Officio or Honorary Members of Society : Mr. HuBERT DySON Miss EvVELINE GLEDHILL Mr. L. EpwIn SHAW Mr. CLIFFORD GARNER Mr. Davin R. OxLEy MADAME BEATRICE STARKEY

SOUVENIR SELLERS :—Miss Apa CLARKE, Mrs. LisTER, Mrs. MoorHOUSE, Mrs. SCHOFIELD, Mrs. SMITH, J. Brook, M. CLEGG, L. CLarkr, H. A. HimswortH, C. MountTAIN, ALEX. PARKINSON, ROWE, M. SCHOFIELD, VIVIENNE SHAW. and THORBURN. .

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(Souvenir kindly compiled by Mr. STEPHEN D. ListER, Hon. General Manager of the Society, and Mr. F. F. ILLINGwortH. Printed by PREston Bros. & Co., Fox Street, Huddersfield, Character Photographs by GREAVEs, 55, New Street, Huddersfield)

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Mr. HuBErtT Lunn, A.R.C.O. Musical Director.

Mr. LEONARD DENHAM, Hon. Treasurer.

Mr. STEPHEN D. LISTER, Hon. General Manager.

Mr. BERNARD HOWARD, Me. H. T. Coach and Producer. Hon. Stage Manager.

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DRAMATIS PERSONAE.

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DANCERS :—(Ladies). M. Baytis, M. Benson, I. BucKLEy, R. Dary, M. Daty, L. Driver, E. Dyson, M. Hucues, M. Lister, M. Smitu, A. WAREING, and M. Woop.

Other Ladwes and Gentlemen of the Company :

LADIES :—G. ARMITAGE, K. ARMITAGE, E. BATLEY, M. BATTYE, E. BENSON, A. M. Boortu, M. Bootnu, V. Briaas, C. Brook, D. Bruty, G. CALVERT, C. M. CLouGH, A. GALVIN, M. Hove, N. HEywoop, M. Jackson, K. KitcHine, O. G. LONEy, E. Morris, M. SHaw, A. SmitH, M. THorRNTON, G. TIFFANY, M. TurtToN, C. Woop, and E. WILLIAMS.

GENTLEMEN :—H. Beaumont, H. Brook, S. D. Broor, H. HALSTEAD, L. KITCHING, J. R. Lewis, L. B, LirrteEwoop, J. MALLINson, N. SANDERSON, J. H. STEPHENS, H. B. Smitu, D. J. TuRtToN, E. WHIitwaM, and S. WOODHOUSE. All the above are Members of the Society and give their services voluntarily.

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ACT I.

Scene 1.— Lady Jane’s Hotel, Fond du Lue, Saskatchewan, Canada. Scene 2. The Camp-Fire. Scene 3. Blackeagle’s Cabin. (One hour later). Scene 4. The Camp-Fire again. Scene 5. Totem Pole Lodge, near Kootenay Pass in the Canadian Rockies. (A few weeks later).

ACT II.

Scene 1. A Novelty Shopin Quebec. (Eight months have elapsed). Scene 2. A Gavotte Interlude. Scene 3. Grand Ballroom, Chateau Frontenac, Quebec. (One month later). Scene 4. The Cellar of an Hotel on the River front, Quebec. (The same Scene 5. Ona hijl near Kootenay Pass. (One month later). Scene 6. The ‘* Castle.”

CoacH AND PRODUCER (including Dancing), BERNARD HOWARD, London. COSTUMES AND WIGs supplied by Cuas. H. Fox, Ltp., Acre House, Long Acre, London. SCENERY supplied by THE NORTHERN THEATRES Co., Ltp., Halifax.

Ladies and Gentlemen desiring to become Acting Members of the Society should apply in writing to the Hon. General Manager of the Society, not later than 30th September next.

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Jim KENYON. Rose Marie. Ernest Taylor. Doris Hall.

LADY JANE. SERGEANT MALONE. Doris Haigh, G. Wheatley Dyson.

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OVERTURE eee PRELUDE AND OPENING CHORUS SONG (Herman) & Chorus SONG (Jim) with Malone ENSEMBLE (Matone) & Boys ... SONG (Rose Marie) & Boys REPRISE ... wes ves (Rose Marie & Jim) Sona Marte) & Chorus EccENTRIC BALLET (Heyman) & Girls Duet (Jane & Herman) ves vee SONG AND TOTEM Dance (Wanda) & Chorus FINALE

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OPENING CHORUS

Trio (Jane, Herman & Malone)

FINALE (SCENE IT.) oe MiInvuET (Rose Marie, Herman & Chorus) SonG (Jane) & Chorus

“Vive la Canadienne ”’ ‘* Hard-Boiled Herman ’’ ““ Rose Marie ”’ ‘““The Mounties ”’ Lak Jeem ”’ ‘“ Rose Marie ”’ ‘Indian I.ove Call ”’

“Pretty Things ”’

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Pretty Things ”’ “ Onlv a Kiss ”’

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““ Sedate and Statelv Minuet ”’

*“One man Woman ”’’

BRIDAL PROCESSION AND SONG (Rose Marie) & Ghorus ‘‘ The Door of my Dreams ”’

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‘“Tndian Love Call ”’

Musical Directoy and Chorus Master : HUBERT LUNN, A.R.C.O.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

More than £1,700 has been handed to Charities out of the profits from previous

PREVIOUS PRODUCTION: :

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LIST OF PATRONS AND SUBSCRIBERS.

His Worship the Mayor of (Alderman T. Shires, J.P.), and Members and Officials of the Town Council.

The Chairman, Members and Officials of Linthwaite U.D.C.

Mr. T. Alec Seed (Sheffield) Councillor, North Eastern Section, National Operatic and Dramatic Association. Mr. Chas. Cowan, North Eastern (Yorkshire) Committee, National Operatic and Dramatic Association.

The following Amateur Societies :—Huddersfield A.O.S., Huddersfield Thespians, Longwood, St. John’s, Woodhouse, Hillhouse U.M.C., Woodhouse (Christ Church’, Hemsworth, South Crosland, St. Cuthberts and Holmfirth.

Huddersfield Army Veterans’ Association.

Councillor S. Abbey Mr. Charlie Ainley Mrs. H. Ainley Miss Ainiey Councillor Law Ainlev Miss E. Alder Miss C, M. Armitage Mr. C. Wilson Armitage Mr. F. W. Ashby Mr. H. Asquith Miss Asquith Mrs. T. H. Aspinall Mr. Avon

Mrs. Baldock Mr. Norman Barker Mr. T. M. Brodie Mr. Thos. Black Mr. Percy Birkhead Mr. Norman W. Brierlev Mr. Fred Broadbent Miss D. B. Broadbent Miss E. Bradburn Miss Beatrice Banks Mr. E. Bailey Mr. B. Bates Mr. Oswald Binns Mr. A. Broadbent Mr. E, W. Buckley Mr. G. Beveridge Mr. Joe Bates Mr. J]. R. Baxter Mr. T. Bastin Miss H. FE. Bateson Miss Battye Mr. A. Battve Mr. F. Broadhead Miss Ida Battye Dr. W. Barclav Mr. E. Newton Beaumont Mr. Albert Beaumont Mr. W. £. Beaumont

Mr. H. Beaumont

Mrs. Winifred Booth Misses Beever Alderman J. Berry, J.P. Mr. Frank V. Berry Mr. Berry ~

Mr. Frank Binns

Mr. H. Blackburn Mr. Hearl Blackburn Mr. J. Bryder Mrs. T. Bosworth Mr. Willie Bray Miss E. Bradbury . Mr. Fred Brewer Councillor H. Brook

Mr. Arthur J. Brook, J.P.

Mrs. R. Brook Mr. C. W. Brook

Mr. Kenneth Brook Mr. Bowes Mr. A. J]. Brooke Mrs. W. Brook Mrs. Frank Brook Mr. George Brown Miss K. Brown Mr. Joseph B. Brown Mr. N. Bruce Mr. A. M. Brown Mr. Geo. Bennett Mr. T. Ashworth Brook Councillor H. Borwell Mr. James Bates Councillor W. H. Bolt Mr. W. B. Balmforth Miss Lizzie Barker Mr. J. R. Brown Mr. Rokert Brown Mr. Geo. H. Blakeley Miss Ida Boothroyd Mr. J. Broadhead Mrs. Burton Mr. Leslie Barker Mrs. A. Briggs Mr. Jack Buckley Miss Ivy Buckley Miss P. Berry Miss G. Bottom Mr. Frank Boothroyd Mr. Wm. H. Batty Mr. H. Bruty

Mr. T. H. Crowther Mr. Lawrence Crowther, J.P., O.B.E. Mr. Edgar Crowther Mr. Norman Crowther Mr. Harry Crowther Mr. J. G. Crowther Mr. W. E. Crowther Mr. E. H. Carter Mr. Harry Cryer Mr. Norman Culley Mr. S. Carr

Col. Coward, M.B., R..4.M.C.

Mr. R. B. Cockroft Mr. W. H. Clarke Mr. Douglas Clarke Mrs. a Mr. }. Cooper Mr. A. Cuthbert Mrs. Cansfield Mrs. Caine Mr. F. Cockroft Mrs. Hiram Cartwright Mr. T. Cotton Mr. B. Cocks Mr. H. Cotton Councillor Norman Crossley

Mr. ]. A. Cock Mrs. Collins Mrs. R. H. Crossiey Dr. Cairns Councillor D. J. Cartwright Mr. F.. Charlesworth Mr. Walter Chambers Mr. A. B. Cornish Mr. T. V. Cook Mr. F. Chappell Mr. P. A. Cook Mr. Thos. F. Cole Mr. Chas. Cowan Mr. F. Cousen Mr. Lewis Cooke Miss W. Cowan Mr. Tom Chambers Mr. Douglas Cowan Alderman Thos. Canby, J.P. Miss S. Craven Mr. Philip.Conacher Miss E. Calkin

Mr. C. E. Denham Mr. H. Denham Mrs. F. Dyson Mr. G. “W. Dyson Mr. F. A. Dyson Mr. Tom Denham Mr. Denham Miss Emma Day Mr. A. Denham Mr. |. Denbam Mr. Norman Drake Mr. Ernest Driver Mr. ©. Dodson Mr. Fred Dugdale Mr. S. Dyson Mr. W. J. Downey Miss C, Dyson Mr. H. Drake Mr. T. Donnellon Mr. Joe Dyson Mr. H. Dyson Mr. R. A. Dawson Mr. G. Drake Mrs, I. Dyson. Mrs, H. Dyson Mr. J. W. Dyson Mr. J. H. Denham Mr. Fred Dyson Mr. Ernest Dawson Mr. Albert E. Dickinson Mr. T. E. Dickinson Mr. Geo. Dawson Mr. J. A. Dyson Mr. H. Dawson Mr. J. Dearden Mr. H. Dyson

Huddersfield Old Boys’ Football Club.

Mr. John Ellis Mr. S. Ellam Mr. Edwards Mr. Stanley Ewart Mr. E. S. Etchells Mr. Hector Ellis Mr. Fred Eastwood

Mr. H. Foster Mr. F. kK. Franklin Mr. H. Frost Mr. A. Firth ~ Mrs. A. Fieldhouse Mr. F. W. Fielding Mr. Fred Firth Mr. Alfred France Mr. Fisher Mr. A. Frost Mr. Norman Fuller Mr. Frank Firth Miss L. A. Fairbank Mr. Lewis S. Firth

Mrs. G. Grange Miss Louie Green Mr. F. Gibson Mr. Clifford Garner Mr. H. A. Bennie Gray Councillor J. Greenhalgh Miss Elsie Goddard Mrs. V. Green Mr. B. A. Gledhill Mr. Geo. Graham Mrs. Gledhill

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(Produced at the THEATRE Roya, DRuRY LANE, on Friday, 20th March, 1925).

THE Love Storv as ROSE MARIE. a French Canadian, forms the theme around the play is built.

ROSE MARIE is the belle of Saskatchewan, her brother EMILE is a trapper of wild animals and does his business with a wealthy fur trader EDWARD HAWLEY. Emile _ wants his sister to marry Hawley but Rose Marie falls in love with a dashing adventurer, JIM KENYON, a mining Pens wisp is by pe pene HARD- BOILED HERMAN.

_ Herman is a braggadocio with. a heart of gold and an overwhelming peachant for - the frailer sex which hampers his courtship and marriage with LADY JANE, the oe - ess of a wayside Inn at Fond du Lac. Saskatchewan.

SERGEANT MALONE of the North West Mounted Police is a well wisher of Jim, but a rival to Hare Boiled Herman in the latter’s efforts to win Lady Jane.

Hawley hii a mistress in the person of WANDA an Indian half-breed, the wife of BLACHEAGLE.

# A boundary dispute arises between Jim Kenyon and Blapksapie about their respective mining claims.

Jim Kenyon, on his way.across the border, calls at the cabin of Blackeagle to leave some maps of the disputed territory for Blackeagle. These are handed by him to Wanda. Shortly afterwards Hawley visits Wanda at Blackeagle’s cabin. Blackeagle to the cabin and finds Wanda in Hawley’s embrace and attempts to kil) him but Wanda seeing her lover in peril stabs her husband who falls dead.

To cover up the murder Wanda blames Jim Kenyon. Jim Kenyon. knows nothing of this as he has gone across the border.

Hawley makes good ‘use of his opportunities and takes Rose Marie to Quebec to see town life and she eventually agrees to marry him ; however, before the marriage Jim visits Quebec with Wanda and Wanda denounces herself and Hawley on the latter’s wedding day.

A reunion is effected between Rose Marie and Jim Kenyon and all ends happily.

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