The Merry Widow (1961) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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By arrangement with Noda Ltd. on behalf of Glocken Verlag Ltd. : A MUSICAL COMEDY $ Music by FRANZ LEHAR New Book and Lyrics by PHIL PARK

Music Adapted and Arranged by RONALD HANMER

Theatre Royal, Huddersheld, Thursday, February 2nd

to Saturday, February 11th 1961, ae 7-if. Dim.

Saturday Matinee, February 11th, at 2-15 p.m.

Production by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London) 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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Hon. Dancing Mistress : DOREEN FRANCE, M.1.D.M.A., S.B.(Comm.)

From Our Producer:

How happy I am to be back once again with the Huddersfield Light Opera Society to produce ‘The Merry Widow’ for them. As this is my tenth consecutive Production for the Society may I express my thanks and gratitude to the officials and members for their many kindnesses and making my stays in Huddersfield so wonderfully happy.

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List of Officers.

President : STEPHEN D. LISTER, Esq.

Vice-Presidents :

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Hon. General Manager : G. WHEATLEY Dyson. Hon. Joint Secretaries: A. H. Townenp and Mrs. T. A. LEWTHWAITE. Hon. Treasurer : MICHAEL F. DYSON, A.C.A. Hon. Stage Manager : CyRIL WARE. Hon. Musical Director: HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L. Hon. Assistant Treasurer: JoHN E. Kaye. Hon. Property Master: Mrs. E. Woop. Hon. Assistant Property Master: GORDON FRYER. Hon. Publicity Manager : Eric WALKER. Hon. Accompanist : KATHLEEN WHITFIELD. Hon. Dancing Mistress: DoREEN FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm). Hon. Registrar and Librarian : GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON. Hon. Solicitor : STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Physician : Dr. C. E. MitcHeEtt.

Hon. Perruquiers : Mrs. J. EmMERson, Miss M. Jackson, Miss MARY REYNOLDS, Mrs. JEAN M. Taytor, G. W. CunNINGTON, J. LIVERSIDGE, STANLEY F. TAYLOR.

Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses : Mrs. C. E. MitcHELL and Mrs. A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Call Boys: CHartes A. Hey and ANDREW Moore. Hon. Auditors: Jonn D. Hovis, a.c.a. and L. ApRIAN GLEDHILL.

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Musical Programme.

ACL I Overture The Orchestra “ Pontevedio in Cascada, Zeta and Ensemble Melos (Ballroom Music) “A Respectable: Wile Valencienne and Camille “So Maly MensAdmuire Me I Anna and Male Ensemble Melos (Ballroom Waltz) “Youu find Mé' at Maki 8 o> cas... Danilo and Ladies “Tt oes to Show © Anna and Danilo Finale’ Act /1-<:, Anna, Valencienne, Danilo, Camille, St. Brioche, Cascada and Chorus ACI [I Opening Act II ie Anna and Ensemble Reprise Chorus \ in: the You’ io. Anna and Danilo “Women! Women! Women ! ”’.......... Danilo, Cascada, St. Brioche, Njegus, Zeta, Kromov, Bogdanovitsch and Pritsch ‘TO Tne Wale SCENE Wel cc TS Anna and Danilo The Waltz Scene Anna and Danilo Melos Romance : “‘ Flowers are Awakened in Maytime ”’

Valencienne and Camille

Finale Act II: Part One....Anna, Valencienne, Danilo, Camille, Zeta, Njegus

Finaie Act 11: Part Two Ensembie Finale Act II : Part Three.....Anna, Valencienne, Danilo and Ensemble 11 > Part Four Anna, Danilo and Ensemble Finale. Part Five Ensemble ACT {il Entr’acte Opening Dance Te ae,

The Grisettes’ Song....Valencienne, Lolo, Dodo, Jou-jou, Frou, Frou, Clo- flo; Margot and Ensemble Reprise : “‘ You'll Find Me at Maxim’s....Lolo, Dodo, Jou-Jou, I Frou-Frou, Clo-Clo, Margot and Danilo The Merry Widow Waltz Anna and Danilo Finale Act III Ensemble First Curtain Call . Second Curtain Call Play-out

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Huddersfield and District

Amateur Light Opera Society PRESENT

Ohe Siren Widow ‘

CAST (IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE) : Baron Zeta (Pontevedrian Ambassador in Paris) G. WHEATLEY DysoNn Valencienne (His Wife) JEAN STEVENSON Camille (Count de Rosillon) GORDON HALLAM

Raoul de at. Brioche ) (Diplomatic (guests I TERENCE BREARLEY Viscount Cascada j at the Embassy) |... ErIc WALKER

Kromov (An Attache) KENNETH HOYLE Olga (His Wife) MARGARET M. EDMONDSON ere io tcl JOSEPH BESWICK PO a Ce KENNETH WARE Sylvia Gitesis at: (0k. BARBARA STANLEY Praskovia I the Embassy) I A. Mary KINLOCH Njegus (Baron Zeta’s Factotum) 0... NORMAN MOORE Anna Glavari (The Merry Widow) ...... DorotHy K. FRETWELL Danilo (Count Danilovitsch) I EDWIN SMITH ee Oe ees ee MAUREEN SHEARD Dodo I I ee ak JOAN Dyson Jou-Jou Grisettes at Maxim’s } jis eis JOAN WARE I Frou-Frou DOREEN FRANCE Clo-Clo I a BARBARA SCHOFIELD — Margot ee ee ee eee SANDRA LEE

DANCING GIRLS :

WENDY BAILEY, GILLIAN CARTWRIGHT, RITA CLARK, JOAN Dyson, DOREEN FRANCE, MARINA HAIGH, SANDRA LEE, MAUREEN LIVESEY, JOYCE MELIA, BARBARA SCHOFIELD, MAUREEN SHEARD, JOAN WARE.

Reserve Dancer : GLENYS COLDWELL.

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LADIES CHORUS :

JUNE BAMFORTH, MARJORIE Burns, Daisy M. CLARKE, BETTY CROSLAND, MARGARET CORTIS, Joyce M. EDMONDSON, SHEILA FAIRCLOUGH, PAM FISHER, SHEILA C, GARRETTY, JEAN JACKSON, THERESA A. LEWTHWAITE, SYLVIA M. LocKwoop, MARGARET L. MEDLEY, EpirH MooRHOUSE, AUDREY M. WEATHERHEAD, RUTH Wi. SON.

MEN’S CHORUS :

IAN H. BAKER, STEPHEN BRADLEY, LESLIE CLARKE, GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON, ROBERT W. ELLIS, JAMES A. GARNET, MICHAEL GREEN, Roy STIRK, STANLEY F. TAYLor, RODNEY WHITEHEAD, BRIAN WINTERBOTTOM.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES :

ACT] A Salon in the Pontevedrian Embassy in Paris

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(Early the following Evening)

AGT. MI The same—a la Maxim’s—later that night TIME: The turn of the century

The Production staged by R. DDARCY RICHARDS (London). Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master : HARRY GCEDHE YW ARCO L.EGL.

Hon. Dancing Mistress : DOREEN M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm).

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The Story of the Play.

PARIS in 1905. Baron Zeta, the pompous Pontevedrian Ambassador, is holding a reception in honour of his Duke’s birthday. Among the guests is Madame Glavari, a wealthy, young and beautiful widow. As his country’s finances are somewhat strained, and in order to keep the Glavari millions in Pontevedro, Baron Zeta has a scheme to persuade the dashing and much sought after attache Count Danilo to marry her. However, complications ensue, as the two had a broken romance a few years previously, and their meeting now is, to say the least, somewhat frigid. In addition, St. Brioche and Cascada, two Diplomatic guests, are both determined to win the hand of the Widow, and to make things more difficult, Valencienne, Baron Zeta’s naively amorous and rather foolish young wife, whilst secretly flirting with the Count, decides to try to arrange a match between him and the Widow. But the Baron’s plans suffer a set-back, for Danilo refuses to dance with Anna when she chooses him in the Ladies’ choice. He even offers the dance for sale, but there are no buyers—so Danilo relents and Anna’s fury gradually subsides as he whirls her off into a gay waltz.

Later, Anna has invited everyone to a reception in the gardens of her house. Baron Zeta is delighted to see his plans working so smoothly, as the two are obviously falling in love again. However everything goes wrong once more. Valencienne and Camille have gone into the summer house, and in order to save Valencienne from being found out by her husband who has come on the scene with Danilo, Anna changes places with Valencienne and is discovered with Camille. Danilo flies into a rage and leaves for his favourite night spot, Maxim’s, to the delight of Anna, who realises he has declared his love for her, through his jealousy.

Later that night, Anna has the garden transformed to look like Maxim’s, and when Danilo returns he is charmed with the transformation, and delighted when he learns the truth from Anna regarding the summer house episode. He will not, however, marry Anna because of her millions, but this obstacle is removed quite easily when he learns that if she marries again she loses all—to her husband, and so all ends happily.

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