Sunny (1951) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HELDPERSHELD x "DISTRICT AMATEUR: LIGHT:. OPERA °“SOCIEFY.

Affiliated to the Ge Operatic and Dramatic

National Association,

30th Production

(By arrangement with Chappell Sta. ied)

Book and Lyrics by OTTO HARBACH & OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd

Music by JEROME KERN

A MUSICAL IN -TWO.ACTS

Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, Monday, January 29th to Saturday, February 3rd, 1951,

at. 7-14. p.m.

Saturday Matinee, February 3rd at 2-15 p.m.

Produced by MAVIS SHRUBB (London)

Hon. Musical. Director HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O. L.T-C.4.

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society.

President :

Councillor SYKES MARSDEN

Hon. General Manager,:: Hon. Secretary :

STEPHEN: LISTER GHORGE. Ry OEY

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Hon. Musical Director : Hon. Treasurer :

Meee!) GLEDHILL, HUBERT DYSON

Hon. Stage Manager : CYRIL WARE

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List of Officers

President : COUNCILLOR SYKES MARSDEN,

Vice-Presidents : Madame Lunp, Mr. T. F. Brook, Dr. D. K. Brucr, Mr. CHARLES Cowan, Mr. NoRMAN CROWTHER, Mr. H. T. Evans, Mr. FRANK FOSTER, Mr. CLIFFORD GARNER, Mr. JAMES F. HaicH, Mr. J. HUBERT HILEy, Councillor NorMAN Hopkinson, Alderman S. Kaye, Mr. EDWARD QUARMBY, Mr. J. REYNOLDs, Mr. CHARLES H. SHAw, Mr. Major SMITH, Mr. J. WOODS-SMITH, Mr. ERNEST Mr. F. H. THREAPPLETON, Mr. HAROLD WAKEFIELD.

Hon. General Manager: STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. GEORGE HEy. Hon. Treasurer: HUBERT Dyson. Hon. Stage Manager: CyRIL WARE. Hon, Musical Director : HARRY GLEDHILL, ASO Ate ie Hon. Assistant Secretary: A. HARRY TOWNEND. Hon. Assistant. Treasurer: STuar? L, CRYER. Hon. Property Master: JoHN H. Woop. Hon. Publicity Manager: G. WHEATLEY DYSON. Hon. Accompanist : DENIS SCHOFIELD. Hon. Dancing Mistress: MARIE HABRON. Hon. Registrar and Librarian : HIRAM CARTWRIGHT, Hon; Solicitor ;, STEPHEN D.. LISTER, Hon, Prysician dr, C. 1: MiItcHecr,

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It was with great pleasure that I accepted the invitation of the Huddersfield & District Amateur Light Opera Society to return to Huddersheld and produce “ Sunny ’” which is my favourite Show. It is always a pleasure to play to Yorkshire audiences, as they are so appreciative. [ am sure the Patrons of the Society will be pleased with “ Sunny” which gives scope for such a talented cast. “ Sunny’’ was one of the many shows in which I plaved professionally, having -een dancing mistress in a number of productions for Jack Buchanan. To all my _ friends in Huddersfield, I hope everything will remain “ Sunny.” MAVIS SHRUBRB. Qq

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The Huddersfield

(x Amateur Operatic Society Founded 1896.

Will Shortly Announce their Production to be presented at the Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, in

November, 1951.

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Norman Moore

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SUNNY

Doreen France

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Everything for the Garden

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OVERTURE

OPENING CHORUS

SONG . DUET SONG DUET

SONG AND ENSEMBLE

SOLO DANCE

MADRIGALETTE ....

ato SONG .. DUR .. FINALE—<ActT I.

OPENING CHORUS

SONG eo ee SOLO DANCE ....~

Musical Programme

ACT I.

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‘“ Here we are together again fee Se ee aay . Tom and Chorus WO 2 Sos Your Old Man’ ‘ Let’s Say Good-Night ”’ “Dye Love Me” co ey

Sunny and Tom Wendell and Dancers Weenie and Jim WAIN RONG hi ee aE ee 4 ‘““ Hornpipe ”’ Griffiths “It Won’t Mean a Tom and Jim Sunny, Tom and Jim and Men Dancers “The Wedding Knell ’ “Two Little Bluebirds ”’

Sunny and Men Dancers Weenie and Wendell Ensemble

ACT Ti.

‘“ We’re Gymnastic ’*... Sue, Dancers and Singing Ladies ae Sunny and Jim Marcia and Full Chorus

_ Rosemary Griffiths

_** Sunshine ”’

CONCERTED NUMBER “ All I fee b have Wronged Sunny, Jim,

BoxInG SKIT ENSEMBLE ....... DUET DANCE DUET QUARTET (QUINTET CHORUS SOLO DANCE I

FINALE E—AcT II.

Weenie, Wendell, Tom and Dancers Jim 5 ae see ha eae eae a sear ees ..' I Might Grow Fond Of You’ aioe and Wendell Rosemary ee and Jean M. eu! ‘Sweet and Low ’’ a on ‘The Lett His: Lair’... jim: and Te Pay Fe a eid . jean M.: ‘“ D’ye Love Me ”’ Rosemary Griffiths and Dancers

“Pas D'Equeéstrienne

Full Company

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master :

HARRY GLEDHILL,

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I SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY. s% U N ACT I. By arrangement wit SCENE I ..Outside a Circus Tent, Book and Lyrics by OTTO HARB Southampton, England Music by JE ‘ SCENE 2.2... The Circus “‘ Green Room ”’ SCENE 3....... In front.of Weenie’s House aa: The Ship DRAMATIS ( Beg PO The Ship (Characters in orc 6 ae Grand Saloon Leis ee. I Tom Warren 2. ACT II. Harold Harcourt Wendell-Wende DOMNS Jim’s Gym at a Fashionable Siegfried Peters ee Oe ee a Southern Resort Sue Warren (Suzette) PORN Ue. A Poppy Field Se SOPNE. Ballroom of the Hotel Seren Ae Weenie Winters Jim Deeming Ship’s Officer The Production staged by Mate ie MAVIS SHRUBB (London). Ss OIC ice ee ‘ Mup s uf ee I Contiiaes Supplied my th meet et Ltd., Brighton, I. Male Quartet GorbDO Scenery supplied by THE ScENIC DISPLAY 144 Stage Band ... GEOFFREY EARLEs,

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Photographs by GREAVES & Co.,

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Solo Dancers : ROSEMARY GI

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The Story of the Play.

‘Lhe play opens outside Wendell-Wendell’s circus at Southampton. Among

the crowd are American visitors returning to the States, including Tom Warren and his sister Sue and his fiancee, Marcia. His friend, Jim Deeming, we find later with Weenie, an ingenuous little creature who adroitly becomes engaged to him. She gives him her photograph for a talisman to keep him

fond and true.

“Sunny Peters, the equestrian star of the circus, is the idol of all the boys but she has eyes only for Tom, and, believing him to be in love with her, she decides to follow him across the Atlantic to avoid a marriage which her

father has arranged for her with Wendell-Wendell.

By a freak of circumstance, Sunny and old Feters become stowaways on the same ship. Tom is embarrassed but delighted to find her on board. Jim is more than embarrassed ; he is compromised because she was found in his cabin. To escape her detention on Ellis Island Sunny is married out of hand to the protesting but obliging Jim ; even Weenie’s picture fails to get him out of this mess. For. this slight service, which is not ‘to mean a thing ’ as a

divorce is to be obtained as soon as they land, the wealthy Tom is going to

set Jim up in a fashionable Gymnasium.

The Gym becomes a great success but just when the divorce is being accomplished along come Weenie and Wendell, each to claim their betrothed

Jim and Sunny respectively.

Sunny’s infatuation for Tom is wearing thin but she is grimly determined to wring from him a declaration of love, though his marriage to Marcia is imminent. She wins her point by staging a riding accident and he, furious

at being duped, turns whole-heartedly to Marcia.

Wendell-Wendell and Weenie have found a lot in common during the pursuit of their prospective life partners and Sunny finds that all the time it was Jim she really loved. As they fall into each other’s arms, Jim says to Sunny,

“ Between ourselves, I think we’ve both had very narrow escapes.”’

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Miss D. France

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Mr. E. E. Fieldhouse Mr, & Mrs. J; France Mr. & Mrs. M. France Miss E. France Mr. K. Finnigan Miss Fussey Mrs. B. O. Fielding Na ds Firth it, Oc Wire. Ft. |. Forty Miss N. Fenwick Mrs. A. Firth Mrs. Farrer Mi.) a, a reer Mr. R. Fearnley Mr. A. Fenwick Mr. J. Fox Mr. Frank Foster Miss Madge Fox Mr. Derek Fearnley Mr. C. France Mr. S. Fletcher

Mr. R. G. Geach Miss Gouldstone Mr. H. Gledhill Mr. S. Griffiths Mrs. P. Gledhill Mrs. E. Goldthorpe Mrs:S. J" Gent Mrs. G. Gabrielli Mrs. E. Gould Mrs. J. B. Gledhill Mr. S. R. Gledhill Mr. E. Gibson Mr. H. Gibson Miss L. Green Mr. E. Graham Mr. & Mrs. P. Gray Mr. J. Goulder Mr. W. A. Gledhill Mrs. J. M. Green Mr. A. Goggs Mrs. J. Gledhill Mrs. I. Galvin Mr. Gillatt Mr. A. N. Gaulton Mr. W. Galloway Mr. H. Garside Ald. H. A. Bennie Gray Counc. Joba 4. Gee Mr. J. Greenhalgh Mr. F. Greenhow Mr. Geo. F. Garner Mr. A. V. Green Mrs. L. Gledhill Miss A. Galvin Mrs. A. Ginty Miss TI. C. Gledhill Mrs. H. Green Miss A. Gent

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Miss B. Hoyle Mr. S. D. Hoyle Mr. Irvin Hellawell Mr. tx, RK, Hey Counc. 7: Hirst Counc. C. Hickson Counc. N. Hopkinson

‘Mr. Arthur Haigh

Mr. Arthur Hinchliffe Mrs. C. M. Holmes Mrs. K. Hemingway Mr. M. Hollyhead Mrs. E. Hawley Miss D. Hey Mr. G. Hebblethwaite (jr.) Mr. E. Howitt Mr. J. Hunter Miss M. Hughes Mr. Harry Hilton Mrs. L. Hallas Mr, ae. F250 Mrs. K. Haigh Mr. J. K. Howarth Miss M. Hirst Mr. E. A. Hirst Mr. A. Horner Mr. J. D. Hoyle

Mr. Inman Mr. Jack Iredale Miss M. Iredale Mr. H. Ireland Capt. J. H. Irons Mr. A. Iredale Mrs. M. Ingham

Miss A. Jagger Mr. FE. HH. Jones Mr. & Mrs. J. Jessop Miss D. Jackson Mr. Geo. Jagger Mrs. D. Jakeman Mr. G. G. Jarmain Miss E. Johnson Counc. G. Jessop Counc. Harry Jones Mr. Johnson Mrs. H. F. Johnson Mr. A. Jaggar

Mrs. B. Kaye Mr, i. Kaye Miss EF. Kenridge ite, A: P. Rainer Mr 1.2. Kaye Mr. T. Kaye Miss M. Kaye Mrs. L. Kelly Mr. W. A. Kaye

Mr. 1... itching Mrs. G, Kenworthy Miss IkXdna Kaye

Mr. H. Kemp

Mr. A. Kaye Miss B. Kershaw Mr. R. Kilner Mrs: A. Kelly Ald. S. Kaye Miss M. Kinlock

Miss R. Litchfield Mrs. Ledger Mr. J. W. Lunn Mr. & Mrs. J. Liversidge Mrs. Lodge 3 Mrs. C. Leather Mr. & Mrs. D. Lockwood Mrs. B. Lee Miss M. Livesey Mrs. Leah Mr. H. K. Lawrence Mr. H. Lucas Mr. R. H. Lucas Mr. H. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Miss C. Lodge Mr. N. Lockwood Mr. A. R. Lockhead Mr. J. B. Lockwood Mr. G. K. Lockwood Mr. & Mrs. A. Lancaster Mr. F. Lodge Mr. D. F. Leonard Miss E. J. Lilley Mr. Kenneth Levell Miss A. Lord Mr. W. Livesey Mr. N. Liversidge Miss G. Lunn Mrs. E. Lancaster Mr. H. W. Lewthwaite Mr. N. Lander Mr. G. H. Longbottom Counc. F. Lawton Miss Joyce Longley Mr. H. M. Lockwood Mrs. B. E. Lockwood

Mr. L. Mackness Miss M. Milnes Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Morris Miss J. Morris Mrs. Morris Mrs. A. Mallinson Mr. A. D. Mellor Mr. & Mrs. Masham Dr. H. Mercer Mrs. Medley Mrs. Marshall

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Mr. & Mrs. A, Moorhouse Coun. T. Moran Mrs. J. Moorhouse Mr. P. & Miss E. A. Mear Mr. T. Mullineaux Mrs. L. Mitchell Dr. CC; Eo Mrs. E. Moorhouse

. Mr. H. Middleton

Miss C. Manning Mr. D. Murray

Mr. H. Murrant

Mr. W. Metcalfe Mr. F. Metcalfe Mr. W. Mannion Miss K. Milnes Mr. G. E. Mason Mrs. Mason Mrs. A. Mathewman Mr. H. Mitchell Mrs. Munsey Mr. G. Marshall Miss F. Manchester Mrs. E. Moseley Mrs. M. E. Matthews Miss M. B. Morland Mr. & Mrs. H. I. Mitchell Mr. W. C. Morgan Mr. G. Mitchell Mrs. E. Matthewman Miss D. Moss Mr. N. Marsh Mr. S. Moorhouse Mr. F. S. Markham Mr. P. Milliquet Mr. H. Muscroft

J. M. Moorhouse

Mr. W. Mills Mr. F. Moorhouse Mrs. K. Mellor Mr. Chas. R. Morton Miss P. Mellor Mr. H. Matthews Mrs. N. Midgley Mr. Ronald Middleton Mrs. E. Mellor Mr. J. S. Marshall Mr. C. Matthews Mr. Frank Mellor Mr. & Mrs. A. Maugham Mr. Milburn a Miss J. Maddison Mrs. K. Mellor

Mr. & Mrs. R. N. MacEvoy Miss H. McKormac Miss E. McCann Mr. R. McKie

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Misses A. & It. Noble Mrs. H. Norgate Mr. G. North Mrs. C. Northrop Mrs. I. Norton Miss Nellie Noble Miss M. Newsome Mrs. E. Nuttall

Mrs. Oldfield Dr, H. T. QO: Neill Mr. F. Oldfield Ald. J. Oldroyd Mr. A. Oldfield

Miss Parkin Mrs. D. Priestley Mr. W.- Pitcher Mr. W. J. Pemberton ._ Mr. & Mrs. E. Pearson Mr. J. L, Pearson Mrs. A. Platt Mr, G:: Pike Miss P; Preston Mrs. W.. Fs Pike Mr. I. Parkin Mr. T. Clifford Pamely Mr, J. C. L.-Parkin Mr. & Mrs. J. Pollitt Miss B. Pickles Mr. & Mrs. N. Pennington Mrs. M. E. Pontefract Mrs. A. Paxton Mr. W. Ellis Peace Mr. Peel Counc. W. Pickup Mr. T. Pogson Mr. Pilling Mrs. A. Peace Miss I. Pollitt Mr. Leslie Price

Mrs. L. Quarmby Mr. A. Quarmby Mr. Ed. Quarmby

Mr. & Mrs. H. Ruston Mr. RR: Rix Miss M. Rayner Miss H. Robinson Mrs. C. T. Rawnsley Mrs. H. Robinson Miss B. Roberts Mrs. C. Robinson Mrs. E. Rothery Mrs. F. Radcliffe Mr. D. T. Ryan Mrs. J. Reddington Mr. W. H. Richardson Mr. H. Rothery

Nig. 2 Be. Mr. & Mrs. N. Royston Mr. W. Royston Mr. Gerald Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. W. Rowe Mrs. V; Rhodes Mrs. N. Ramsden Miss A. Roberts Major J. Reynolds Mrs. E. Robinson Miss J. M. Robinson Mr. N. Ramsden Mr. A. Rippon Mr ch. Decigeberts Mr. Wm. Richardson Mrs. M. Richardson Mr. E. Royston Mr: P. 46. oss Mr. D. Rushworth Mr, Joe Reockert Mr. Oliver Rogers, 4.2.

Miss E. Smithies Miss A. Smith . Miss S. Sugden Mr. ©. Smith Mr. A. Stockwell Mr. D. Sutcliffe Mr. H. Sladdin Mr. A. Sykes Mrs. A. Sykes Mr. 44. Mr. L. Sunderland Mr. & Mrs. S$. Stead Mrs. Starkey Mrs. J. Scott Mr @ Nr, fe Street Mrs. H. Swallow Mr. & Mrs. E. Sunderland Mrs. R. Stockwell Mr. Keith Sherwood Mrs. M. Smuth Mr. & Mrs. E. Shaw Mr. J. Singleton Mrs. F. Singleton Mr.-R. Sykes Miss M. Stead Mr. Mis S Stringer Mr. W. Shasx Mr. & Mrs. J. Stockwell Mr. G. Scawthorn Mr. AF, Stott

- Mr. I. Silverwood

Mr: |. A. Schofield Miss L. Sykes Mir. HF Sanderson Miss F. Sykes Ver PS Semor Mr. D. Sissons Mr. F. Smithson

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Miss A, Sykes Miss D. Smith Mr. D. Schofield Mrs. R. Singleton Mrs. N. Sutcliffe Miss E. Street Miss Sykes Mrs. H. Smith Mrs: L, Sykes Mr. J. Wood Smith Mr. Thos. E. Sheard Mrs. E. H. Sheard 1. Sehotieid Counce, A. tT: Keovkes Mr. W. S. Stanton Mit, MD mt Wir: 4 44> Spe Mr. L. Shaw Mr, AOE. Senior. en.) Mr. F. Sykes Mr. Morton Stead

Mr. Albert Stanley

Miss Joyce Stokes Mrs. P. Styan Mr. M. Sugden Mis: Jom,

Benj. Smith

Mr. T. W. Spence Miss Edith Senior Ald. T. Smailes Mr. & Mrs. G, Stringer Mrs. D. Schofield Mr. bE Shaw Mr. Stoney Mr. & Mrs. Smith Mr. C. Senior Miss Sykes Mr. W. Sutcliffe Wire. Stanchie Mr. A. E. Senior (jun.)

Wir. Ee Mr. A. H. Townend Mrs. S. M. Tetlow Mrs. Lolson Miss M. Taylor Mr. A. A. Theaker Miss N. Thwaite Mr. W. H. Fhornton Mr. & Mrs..H. Tarpey Me. oo Tarpéy Mr. C. Townend Mrs. B. Tansey Mr. & Mrs. G. Thorp Mr. F. H. Threapleton Miss L. Taylor Mrs. R: R. Thorp Miss I. M. Turner Mr. D. L. Townend Ma.; W...C od hornton

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Mr. H. Uttley Mr. & Mrs. Uttlev

Mr. H. Vickerman Mr: H. Vire

Mrs. W. Wagstaff Mr. F. Wilson Mrs. Wroe Miss B. Wagstaff Mr: |. He Waller Mr. & Mrs. L. Walker Mrs. Weatherhead Mrs. E. Wagstaff Mr. N. Wade Mr. N. Wadsworth Miss M. Wood Mr. & Mrs. J. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. H. Windle Mr. & Mrs. Walker

Mrs. H. B. Wood Miss M. Wadsworth Miss M. Whitehead Miss M. Warrington Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ~ Wedgewood Miss M. Waring Mrs. Whitaker Mr. E. Westerby Miss M. Wood Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Wood Mr. Wilson Mrs. A. L. Walker Miss D. Woodhead Mrs. D. Walker Mr. W. Whitehead Mrs. G. Wood Mr. & Mrs. C. Ware Mrs. A. B. Whittaker Mr. J. H. Wilkin Mr. & Mrs. W. Williams Mrs. G. Warren Mr. IT. Walker Miss S. Woollen Mr. H. Woollen Mrs. D. Whiteley Mr. & Mrs. G. Whiteley Mr. F. Whiteley Miss M. Whitwam Mr. P. Wilson Mrs. A. Wilson

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SUBSCRIBERS-— Continued.

Miss Whittaker. Mr. E,. B,-Whittle Mr. L. Wright Miss Z. J. Webster Mr. W. Woodhead Mr. A. S. Woolhouse Mrs. E. Whitfield Mr. & Mrs. E. Woffenden Miss B. Woffenden Mr. J. Whitwam Mr. H. Whiteley Mr. H. Wakefield Mr. A. Wimpenny Counc. Thos. Walker Counc. N. Wimpenny Mrs. N. Wood Mr. Wadsworth Mr. J. Whittaker Miss J]. H. Waters Mrs. H. Woodhouse Mr. J. P. Walkden, Mr. M. Wilson Mrs. G. Walker Mrs. N. A. Wilson Mr. Jack Wood Counc. R. Wood Mr. J. Wadsworth Mr. G. Whitwam

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

RATEFUL acknowledgment is hereby made by the Society of the services rendered in connection with the production by the Officers, Members of the Council, Ladies’ Committee, Acting Members, Producer (Miss Mavis Shrubb), Musical Director (Mr. Harry Gledhill, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.), Hon. Dancing Mistress (Miss Marie Habron), Mr. Alan Hay (Manager) and Staff of the Theatre Royal, Hon. Accompanist (Mr. Denis Schofield), the Staff of the Rehearsal Rooms, Mr. Jas. Haigh (Pack Horse Hotel, the Society’s headquarters), Messrs. Kenneth Levell Ltd., Messrs. Greaves (for photographs), Mr. Chris Pusey for designing this Souvenir Cover, The Conductor and Members of the Lockwood Brass Band, The Master and Committee of the Colne Valley Hunt, Mr. Atkinson (Longley Riding School), and all who have lent stage properties, the local and County Press, also the Advertisers in this Souvenir, to whom the attention of our Patrons and Members is respectfully directed. To each one, and to the Subscribers and the Public who have so generously supported the production, as well as to many other friends who have kindly given assistance in various ways, the Society accords its most hearty thanks.

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Previous Productions.

1912—‘‘ LEs CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE.”’ 1929—‘‘ THE SHOP GIRL.”’

1913—“‘ A CouNTRY GIRL.”’ 1914—‘ San Toy.” 3 A RUNAWAY GIRL.”’ 1916—‘ Dorotuy.”’ 1917-18-THE GREAT WAR. THE BELLE OF BRITTANY.” 1920—“‘ Miss Hook oF HOLLAND.”’ 1921—“‘ OuR Miss GIBBs.”’ 1922— Tina.”’ 1923—‘‘ THE MousmMeE.”’ 1924—‘ THE ARCADIANS.”’ 1925— THE Lirac DomINo.” A WALTZ DREAM.”’ 1927—‘‘ MADAME POMPADOUR.”’ 1928—‘ SyBIL.”’

1930—‘‘ PRINCESS CHARMING.”’ 1931—‘“‘ To-NIGHT’S THE NIGHT.”’ 1932—‘ RosE Marie.”’ 1933—“‘ Hit THE DECcK.”’ A CoUNTRY 1935—“ Rio Rita.” 1936—“ SHow Boat.” 1937—‘‘ THE MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS.”’ 1938—‘ THE Litac DomMInNo.”’ 1939— GLaMorous NIGHT.”’ 1948—“‘ THE ARCADIANS.”’ 1949—“‘ GOOD-NIGHT VIENNA.” 1950—“‘ Hit THE DEcK.”’

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