The Desert Song (1961) by Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society

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HUDDERSFIELD AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIEE®

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1961

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FOUNDED 1896 First Production ‘‘IOLANTHE’’ 1897 Affiliated to the NATIONAL OPERATIC and DRAMATIC’ ASSOCIATION

* The Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society *

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of the 56th Production

“ THE DESERT SONG ”

Book and Lyrics by OTTO HARBACH, OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd and FRANK MANDEL

Music by SIGMUND ROMBERG

AT THE

A.B.C. CINEMA HUDDERSFIELD

Monday, 20th November to Saturday, 25th November, 1961

at 7-15 each evening

SATURDAY MATINEE 25th November, at 2-15

Costumes by S. B. Watts & Co., Manchester Scenery by Scenic Display Services, Ltd., Bradford

Directed and Produced by Choreography by Musical Director FREDERIC SABINE NORA BRAY KENNETH GEE

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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY

President : KENNETH LEVELL, Esq.

Vice-Presidents :

SIDNEY H. CROWTHER DORIS DENT WILFRED THOMPSON WINIFRED HALL

GEOFFREY G. JARMAIN

Hon. Vice-Presidents : A. BROADBENT A. K. BROOK R. GRAHAM R. GUY R. McKIE S. SUTCLIFFE Str MALCOLM SARGENT

General Manager: WILFRED THOMPSON .

Secretary : Treasurer : EDNA BUCKLEY GEOFFREY G. JARMAIN Assistant Secretary : Assistant Treasurer : BETTY HODGSON GEORGE STEAD Stage Manager : Assistant Stage Manager : N. D. HAMILTON-MEIKLE GORDON HINCHLIFF Musical Director : Accompanist : KENNETH GEE ROBERT OXLEY Publicity Manager : Assistant Publicity Manager : HILDRED THREAPPLETON JOHN L. THORNTON

Property Masters : HUBERT BATES HARRY DYSON ARTHUR DAWSON

Wardrobe Mistress : Mrs. G. LACEY Assistant Wardrobe Mistress : Mrs. A. DAWSON

Wardrobe Masters :

RONALD C. PRESCOTT HARRY OGDEN ARTHUR DRANSFIELD Solicitor : Physician : T. P. CLIFFE, T.p. C. D. MACRAE Physiotherapist : WRIGHT WILSON Registrar : CYRIL FRANCE

Auditors : F. CROSLAND, F.c.a., G. E. LISTER, F.c.aA. Souvenir Steward: Mrs. G. H. RILEY

Commiuttee : E. Buckley, H. Buttle, M. Carter, S. H. Crowther, D. Dent, K. Gee, W. Hall, N. D. Hamilton-Meitkle, B. Hodgson, G. G. Jarmain, H. Jones, K. Levell, R. C. Prescott, G. Stead, W. Thompson, J. L. Thornton, H. Threappleton. Ladies’ Committee : Chairman : Secretary : Tveasurer : Margaret France Hattie Settle Lilian Threappleton Mesdames A. Bates, A. Boothroyd, E. Buckley, H. Buttle, D. Dent, D. Harlock, G. Horsfall, A. Ogden, M. Oxley, G. H. Riley, E. Sandford and J. Wilson. Misses E. Fearnside, J]. Gavdam, E. Newsome.

Souveniy Sellers :

Mesdames D, Avison, G. Boothroyd, S. H. Crowther, C. France, N. D. Hamilton-Metkle. B. Hodgson, W. Holmes, J. Hutchinson, H. Ogden, R. Oxlev, R. Pyrah and H. Threappleton,

Misses B. Ankers, J. Gardam, B. Hill, P. Hill and G. Horsfall.

Tn Memoriam Dr. J. WALKER HIRST who died 27th May, 1961.

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OLIVE KITCHEN Margot Bonvalet

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Pierre Birabeau

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General Birabeau

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KENNETH TOLSON Sid El Kar

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TED BATLEY Capt. Paul Fontaine

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GLORIA LACEY

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WENDY LODGE

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THE STORY OF THE PLAY

Three thousand performances of any musical play is an achievement worthy of special consideration. ‘“‘ The Desert Song’’ was produced at Drury Lane Theatre on April 7th, 1927, and has been performed over three thousand times—which, at the rate of eight performances a week, is equivalent to a non-stop run of six and a half years. It has been seen by five million people—this number of persons would fill the av rage theatre once nightly for ten years.

It is still the greatest musical play of the period and continues to break all attendance records at every theatre visited. It has proved to be the greatest musical success ever produced anytime—anywhere—by anyone. Is it any wonder that ‘‘ The Desert Song’ has achieved such a record, having in mind the lovely music and the beautiful story which is well known to thousands ?

The story opens in the Riff Mountains and is one of a young French Officer, Pierre Birabeau (known later as “‘ The Red who, chafing under the injustice wrought by his troops in Morocco, becomes the leader of a band of Riffs with a mission to set Wrong Right by the Sword. His identity as “‘The Red Shadow” is unknown, but his position is rendered hazardous by the fact that his father is appointed to exterminate the unknown leader of the Riffs. In order to avert suspicion when with his father, Pierre assumes the role of a simpleton, and his father regards him merely as a milksop.

Now Pierre is in love with his cousin, Margot Bonvalet, who is also being wooed by Captain Paul Fontaine. The latter has contracted a mesalliance with a half-caste girl known as Azuri. Margot looks upon Pierre more as a brother and treats his attentions with indifference, but presently her imagination is stirred by the deeds of the mysterious Red Shadow, and later Pierre, in this disguise, carries her off to the Harem of his Arab Friend, Ali Ben Ali. Here he declares his love for her, and Margot, whilst rebelling at her captivity, submits to the wooing of her desert lover.

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The Red Shadow then finds himself in trouble with the Riff Band over Margot, but he defies and cowes them, but when his father—the General appears on the scene and challenges him to a duel, rather than disclose his identity he refuses to fight him. For this refusal he is branded by the Riff Leaders as a coward, and pays the penalty of being driven

out into the desert without food and only a broken sword to defend himself.

What would have happened if Azuri had not given the whole thing away in an hour of avengeful maliciousness is of no great concern, but through her the General learned of his son’s secret and he decided wisely to keep this knowledge to himself and not withhold his permission for the marriage of Pierre and Margot, who must have had a moment of delight when she learned that the half-witted Pierre and the mysterious Red Shadow were one and the same individual.

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“THE DESE

Books and Lyrics by OTTO HARBACH, OSCAR Music by SIGMU ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DI] Choreography by

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CAST (in the order of their appearance) : cesses KENNETH TOLSON en ee BRYAN HIRST re STANLEY F. TAYLOR nesses, nantes sae GEOFFREY HAIGH a MARGARET BRIGGS ee ee FRANK COTTON

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Operatic Society presents —

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HAMMERSTEIN 2nd and FRANK MANDEL ND ROMBERG

RECTION OF KENNETH GEE NORA BRAY ection of FREDERIC SABINE

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ENSEMBLE : LADIES OF THE CHORUS

Margaret Batley, Margaret Briggs, Jean Burluraux, Elaine Crosby, Joanna Dent, E. A. Gawthorpe, Joy T. Hill, Phyllis Hinchliff, Eileen Jemmison, Leslie D. Kaye, Phyllis Lodge, Wendy Lodge, Ann Mellor, Audrey Moorhouse, Doreen Nash. Angela Robinson, Valerie Robinson, Diane Turton, Brenda Wadsworth, GENTLEMEN OF THE CHORUS

Dennis Bradley, John Battye, Herbert Buttle, A. G. Cass, Norman Cockroft: Harry Gillies, Neville Graham, Geoffrey Haigh, Michael Hampshire, Bryan Hirst, Geoffrey Hodgson, R. Jones, Dennis Lockwood, Arnold Lodge, Norman Mitchell, G. B. Priestley, Stephen Robinson, Frank Sandford, Edward Waterworth. DANCERS

Hilary A. Armitage, Susan Balderstone, Valerie Crowther, Pauline Deighton Audrey Ford, Jacqueline France, Christine Hilliard, Bernice Langford, Christine Liles, Elaine Lodge, Heather Roberts, Jacqueline Stott, Jean Sykes, Lesley A. Sykes, Josephine Taylor, Ann Wilkes. PERRUOUIERS :

Hilda Emmerson, Mary Reynolds, George Horsfall, George W. Cunnington. PROMPTERS : Dorothy Roberts, Cyril France.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES : ACT I

SCENE 1. Retreat of the Red Shadow in the Riff Mountains. (Evening). SCENE 2. Outside General Birabeau’s House. (The same evening). SCENE 3. A room in General Birabeau’s House. (A few minutes later).

ACT II SCENE 1. The Harem of Ali Ben Ali. (Afternoon of the following day). SCENE 2. A Corridor. (A few minutes later). SCENE 3. The Room of the Silken Couch. (A few minutes later). SCENE 4. The edge of the Desert. (The following morning, half an hour before dawn). SCENE 5. The courtyard of General Birabeau’s House. (Two days later).

No presents will be handed over the footlights, with the exception of one bouquet to each Principal Lady at the Saturday Evening Performance.

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Programme of Music

ACT I

PRELUDE AND OPENING CHORUS (Riffs) “ High on a Hill ”’

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REFRAIN (Paul and Soldtvers) wee sete ‘““ Margot ”’ SONG ee ceases cette anne “A Buoyant Girl ”’ OPENING CHORUS (Girls) ee sees “Why did We Marry Soldiers ? ”’ FRENCH MILITARY MARCHING SONG (Margot, Chorus and Dancers) _..... SONG (Margot and eset tet ““eRomance ” Duet (Margot and Pierre with Chorus) __...... “Then You Will Know ”’ Trio (Margot, Paul, Pierre and Chorus) ee sane “T want a Duet (Susan, Bennie and Dancers) we ee ses tenets tana “It” Duet (Margot and Red Shadow) eee ae tts The Desert Song ”’ FINALE ACT Tou ce ann nee ACT If OPENING CHORUS (Clementina and Girls) _...... “My Little Castagnette ” SonG (Clementina and Girls) wi. suse “Song of the Brass Key ”’ SPANISH DANCE access tee Duet (Clementina and Bennie) __...... ‘One Good Boy Gone Wrong”

ENSEMBLE (Red Shadow, Sid, Ali and Riffs).......° Eastern and Western Love ”’ SCENE (Margot and Red Shadow) we se seen “The Sabre Song ”’ FINALETTO (Margot, Pierre, Ali, Azur, Birabeau and Riffs)

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JOHN BATTYE KENNETH TOLSON FRANK COTTON STANLEY TAYLOR WENDY LODGE Ali Ben Ali Sid El Kar Bennie Hassi Clementina

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OLIVE KITCHEN Margot Bonvalet

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EDWIN SMITH

Pierre Birabeau

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FRANK COTTON SHEILA BEAUMONT

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PRINCIPALS & LADIES & GENTLEMEN OF THE CHORUS

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Abbey, Mrs. J. Bell, Mrs. J. Cumming Abby, Mrs. J. Bellard, Mr. T. Adamson, Mr. F. Bennett, Mr. F. Affleck, Mr. J. M. Bennett, Miss P. Aitken, Dr. J. M. Bergan, Mrs. M. Akroyd, Mr. F. Berry, Miss Ann Aldridge, Mr. S. W. Be:ry, Mrs. F. H. Algar, Mrs. M. Beaumont, Mrs. F. Allison, Mr. E. Biltcliffe, Mrs. M. Alsop, Mr. N. Binns, Mr. F. Ambler, Mr. L. Binns, Mr. H. Ambler, Miss M. Binns, Mrs. L. Ankers, Miss B. E. Blackburn, Mr. N. A. Asher, Mr. & Mrs. H. Blackburn, Mr. R. Aspinall, Mrs. E. Blakeley, Mr. G. H. Asquith, Mr. G. Blakeway, Mr. R. H. Asquith, Mrs. I. Bleasby, Mr. A. Armitage, Mr. B. Bolam, Mrs. B. Armitage, Mrs. F. Bolton, Mrs. D. Armitage, Mr. Fred Boocock, Mrs. A. Armitage, Mr. H. Booth, Mrs. E. Armitage, Mr. J. Booth, Miss M. Armitage, Alderman J. Booth, Mr. S. Armitage, Mrs. M. Booth, Mrs. W. Armitage, Mr. W. A. Boothroyd, Mr. D. Army Veterans Boothroyd, Mrs. E. Atha, Miss M. Boothroyd, Mr. F. Atkinson, Mr. D. Boothroyd, Mr. G. S. Atkinson, Mr. J. W. Boothroyd, Mr. L. Atkinson, Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Bottomley, Mr. J. E. Austwick, Mr. & Mrs. R. Bowman, Mr. D. Avison, Mr. & Mrs. D. Boyd, Mr. W. B. Bradley, Miss J. Baddeley, Miss F. A. Bradley, Mrs. K. Bailey, Miss I. Bragg, Mrs. K. Bailey, Mrs. R. Braithwaite, Mr. F.

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Johnson, Mrs. E. Johnson, Mr. F. Johnson, Mr. H. R

J. Johnson, Mr. R. B. Johnson, Mr. R. J. Johnson, Mr. Rowland Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. W. A. C

Jones, Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. H. Jones, Mr. & Mrs. J. Jury, Mrs. G.

Kaye, Mrs. A. R. Kaye, Mr. E. A. Kaye, Mr. E. C. Kaye, Mr. & Mrs. F. Kaye, Mr. Fred Kaye, Mrs. H. D. Kaye, Mrs. H. H. Kaye, Mrs. N. Kaye, Mr. P. Kaye, Mr. S , 0.B.E., LL.B. Kaye, Miss V. Kemp, Mr. F. G. Kendall, Mr. F. J. Kenworthy, Mrs. H. Kenworthy, Mr. W. Kershaw, Mrs. A. Kershaw, Mrs. F. Kershaw, Mr. G. W. Kilner, Miss Kilner, Mrs. B. Kilner, Mrs. E. Kilner, Mr. R. Kinder, Mrs. A. Kinlan, Mrs. T. Kirby, Miss L. Kirby, Mrs. N. Kirby, Mr. R. G. Kirrane, Mrs. P. Kirtley, Mrs. N. Kitchen, Miss Olive Klinger, Mr. A. Knight, Mrs. E. A. Knight, Mr. H. E. Knight, Mr. J. G.

Lacey, Mrs. G. G. Lammyman, Mr. & Mrs. N. Lawley, Mrs. A. Lawton, Mr. P. E. Laycock, Mr. A. Leah, Miss J. Lee, Mrs. A. Lee, Mr. J. D. Leech, Mrs. R. Leeming, Mr. L. Levell, Mr. & Mrs. K. Levell, Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Lewis, Mrs. E. Lewis, Miss J. M. Lightowlers, Mrs. N. M. Lightowlers, Miss W. Lilley, Mrs. E. M. Lilley, Miss E. J. Lindley Church A.O.S. Lindley, Mrs E. Lindley, Mrs. M. Litchfield, Miss I. Littlewood, Miss I. Littlewood, Miss O. Liversedge, Mrs. A. Liversidge, Mr. J. Liversidge, Mr. N. Livesey, Mrs. P. E. Lockwood, Miss Lockwood, Mrs. B. Lockwood, Mr. D. Lockwood, Miss D. M. Lockwood, Mrs. E. M. Lockwood, Miss F. Lockwood, Mr. G. P.

Lockwood, Mr. G. K. Lockwood, Mr. H. Lockwood, Miss H. Lockwood, Mrs. H. M. Lockwood, Miss H. M. Lockwood, Mrs. J. Lockwood, Mr. J. B. Lockwood, Mr. J. R. Lockwood, Mr. J. W. Lockwood, Mr. M. Lockwood, Mrs. P. Lockwood, Mrs. W. Lodge, Miss C. Lodge, Mr. F. Lodge, Mr. H. V. Lofthouse, Mr. J. Lomax, Miss E. Longden, Mr. R. Lord, Mrs. E. Lowe, Mrs. L. Lowe, Mr. W. J. Lumb, Mrs. E. Lumb, Mr. & Mrs. L. Lumb, Mrs. M. Lyons, Mr. J.

Macer, Mr. B. O. Mackness, Mr. L. Madden, Mr. T. H. Makin, Mrs. E. Mallalieu, Mrs. K. Manning, Miss C. Marsden, Mr. F. Marsden, Mrs. J. A. Marsden, Mr. John Marsh, Miss E. Marsh, Mr. N. Marshall, Mr. & Mrs. D. Marshall, Mr. F. Marshall, Mr. J. S. Martin, Mr. & Mrs. J. Martindale, Mrs. R. Mason, Mrs. M. Mather, Mrs. E. Matthews, Mrs. A. M. Matthews, Mrs. M. H. Matthews, Mrs. Mabel Maynard, Mr. J. Meal, Mrs. L. Medley, Mrs. P. Medley, Mrs. R. Mellor, Miss D. E. Mellor, Mr. E. Mellor, Mr. H. Mellor, Mr. K. Mellor, Miss P. Mellor, Mrs. R. Mellor, Mr. R. S. Metcalfe, Mrs. Metcalfe, Miss A. G. Metcalfe, Mr. R. Mettrick, Mrs. F. Mettrick, Mrs. R. E. Micklethwaite, Mrs. A. Micklethwaite, Mr. B. Middleton, Mrs. M. Midgley, Miss A. Midgley, Mr. H. Midwood, Mrs. A. J. Milner, Dr. H. B. Milnes, Mrs. D. Mitchell, Mrs A. Mitchell, Mr. A. Mitchell. Mr. C. A. Mitchell, Mrs. M. Mitchell, Mrs. M. (Honley) Mitchell, Mrs. M. (Kirkburton) Mitchell, Mrs. O. Mitchell, Mrs. P. Moir, Mrs. E. Moore, Miss A. S. Moore, Mrs. E. A. Moore. Mrs. K. Moore, Miss M. Moore, Miss M. A. Moore, Mrs. V.

Moorhouse, Mrs. A. M. Moorhouse, Mr. B. Moorhouse, Mrs. E. Moorhouse, Mrs. M. Morgan, Mrs. J. Morgan, Mr. W. C. Morland, Miss I. Morrison, Mr. A. E. Moseley, Miss K. Mosley, Miss A. Mosley, Mrs. F. E. Mosley, Mr. H. Murgatroyd, Mr. H. Murgatroyd, Mr. W. Murton, Mrs. C. J. S. Muxworthy, Mr. A.

Macrae, Dr. C. D. McClure, Miss B. McCormack, Miss B. McCormack, Miss H. McDonald, Mrs. C. McDonald, Mr. D. R. McGough, Mrs. J. McKie, Mr. R. McNally, Mrs. J. MeNickle, Mrs. M. McWilliams, Mr. H.

Nasey, Mr. P. Nash, Mrs. W. Neal, Mrs. J. E. Nelson, Mr. A. Netherwood, Mr. L. Newsome, Mr. J. P. R. Nichols, Miss S. Nixon, Miss E. Noble, Misses A. & E. Noble, Mrs. C. Noble, Mrs. D. I. Noble, Mr. F.

. Norcliffe, Mr. L.

North, Mr. G. North, Mrs. M. Nuttall, Mr. A.

Oldfield, Mr. F. Oldfield, Mrs. N. Oldroyde, Mrs. C. O’Mahoney, Mrs. N. Oxley, Mrs. R. Oxley, Mr. R. D.

Parfitt, Mr. & Mrs. L. H.

Parkinson, Mr. G. D. Peace, Mr. B Peace, Mrs. E. Peace, Mrs. I. Pearce, Mrs. A. Pearson, Mrs. E. Pearson, Mrs. Elsie Pearson, Mr J.D. Pearson, Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Pearson, Mr. K. Pell, Mrs. M. E. Pexton, Mr. F. Phelan, Mr. & Mrs. Phillips, Miss E. Pick, Mr. W. Pickard, Mr. J. M. Pickering, Miss H. Pickering, Miss I. Pitchforth, Mr. W. Platt, Mrs. I. M. Pogson, Mrs. E. Pogson, Mrs. F. Pogson, Mr. K. Polley, Mrs. D. Pollitt, Mrs M. Pontefract, Mr. & Mrs, B. Pontefract, Mrs. M. Pontefract, Mrs. M. E. Pott, Mr. M.S Potts, Mr. G. W,

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Quantrill, Misses D. & R.

Quarmby, Mr. A

Raby, Mr. C. Ramsay, Mr. G. Ramsden, Mr. D. Ramsden, Mrs. F. Ramsden, Mr. N. Rawlinson, Mrs. M. Reast, Mrs. C. M. Redding, Mrs. G. Redfearn, Mrs. A. Redfearn, Mr. B. Redfearn, Mrs. P. Reeve, Mr. A., J.P. Rhodes, Mr. G. Rhodes, Mrs. P. Rhodes, Mr. V. Richardson, Mrs. D. Richardson, Mrs. E. E. Richardson, Mr. G. Richardson, Mr. W. Richardson, Mr. W. H. Riding, Mr. F. N. Rigby, Mrs. F. Riley, Mr. G. H. Riley, Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Ripley, Mr. K. Rippon, Mr. A. Rippon, Col. R. Rix, Mr. R. Roberts, Mrs. E. Roberts, Mrs. L. Roberts, Mrs M. Roberts, Mr. M. S. Roberts, Mrs. W. Robertshaw, Mrs. E. Robinson, Mr. G. Robinson, Mr. & Mrs. S. Rockett, Mr. & Mrs. J. Rothwell, Mr. & Mrs. S. Royston, Miss E. Royston, Mr. E. Rushworth, Miss N.

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Shaw, Mrs. M. Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. P. Sheard, Mr. E. Sherwood, Mr. E. V. Shires, Mr. J. R. Shires, Mrs. M.

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Varley, Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Vollans, Mrs. E.

Waddell, Mrs. M. S. Waddington, Miss L. Waddy, Mrs. E. M. R. Wade, Mrs. N. Wade, Mrs. N. T. Wadsworth, Mrs. B. Wadsworth, Miss M. Wadsworth, Mr. N. Wagener, Mrs. M. I. Wainwright, Mrs. E. Waite, Miss M. E. G. Walker, Mrs. E. Walker, Mrs. Edith Walker, Mr. Eric Walker, Mr. H. Walker, Miss H. Walker, Mr. J.

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Whitfield, Mr. N. D. Whitfield, Mr. R. M. Whittaker, Miss O. Whittle, Mr. E. B. Whittle, Miss J. Whitwam, Miss B. Whitworth, Mrs. P. Wightman, Mr. P. Wilkie, Mrs. M. Wilkinson, Mr. F. H. J. Willey, Mr. A. H. Wilson, Mrs. E. A. Wilson, Mr. F. Wilson, Mrs. J. Wilson, Miss L. Wilson, Mr. W.

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Dramatic Society Whiffing, Mrs. E. White, Miss E. Whitehead, Mrs. A. Whitehead, Mr. S. Whiteley, Mr. F. Whiteley, Mr. H. Whitfield, Mrs. E.

Amateur Operatic and Wimpenny, Mr. H. Winterbottom, Mrs. N. Wolfenden, Mr. F. Wood, Mrs. A. Wood, Mr. D. Wood, Mrs. E. Wood, Miss E. Wood, Miss E. (Golcar) Wood, Mr. E. A.

Previous Productions

“ Tolanthe ”’

“The Yeomen of the Guard ”’

“Patience ”’ “The Gondoliers ”’ “The Pirates of Penzance ’”’ “The Mikado ” “The Vicar of Bray ” “Ermine ”’ “Princess Ida ”’ “Utopia, Limited ”’ ““H.M.S. Pinafore ”’ “Trial by Jury ”’ “Merrie England ” Monarch ”’ ““The Emerald Isle ”’ “The Mikado ”’ “ Ruddigore ”’

“The Squire of Harlington ”’

‘Tom Jones Duchess of Dantzig ”’ ‘““ Merrie England ”’ ‘““Ma Mie Rosette ”’ “The Marriage Market ” “Gipsy Love” ‘The Rebel Maid ”’ “ Sylvia's Lovers ”’ “Tom Jones ”’

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Wood, Mr. E. W.

Wood, Mrs. J. H.

Wood, Mrs. Marie Wood, Alderman R. Woodhead, Mr. A. Woodhead, Mrs. C. W. Woolhouse, Mr. A. S. Worghs, Mr. L. C. Wright, Rev. E. V. Wrigley, Miss A. M.

Wyllie, Mr. G. G.

‘““ Catherine ”’ “Princess Ida ”’ ‘The Marriage Market ”’ “ Katinka ”’

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Young, Mr. H.C. M. Young, Miss G. M.

“The Vagabond King ”’ “The Lady of the Rose” “The Desert Song ”’ “The Three Musketeers ”’ “Gipsy Love ”’ “Merrie England ”’ ‘The Gondoliers ”’ ‘“ Bitter Sweet ”’ “Merrie England ”’ “The Vagabond King” “The Three Musketeers ” ‘“ Balalaika ”’ “The Lisbon Story ” ‘““ Masquerade ”’ “The Dancing Years ”’ “Annie Get Your Gun” ‘‘ Brigadoon ” ‘“ King’s Rhapsody ” “Oklahoma ”’ ‘White Horse Inn ”’ “The King and [”’ ““ Carousel ”’ “The Dubarry ”’

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