The Pajama Game (1959) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD & LDISTRICT AMATEUR LIGHT OPERA’ SOCIETY

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Affiliated to the

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38th Production

“Ole LoS a lama Game

arrangement J Chappell & Co. Ltd.

wong MUSICAL .. COMEDY (Based on the novel ‘‘ 71 CENTS’’ by RICHARD BISSELL)

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Music and Lyrics by RICHARD ADLER and JERRY ROSS

Book by GEORGE ABBOTT and RICHARD BISSELL

Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, Thursday, January 22nd

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Production by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London) Choreography by DOREEN FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm. ) Hon. Musical Director HARRY GLEDHILL,;.-

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Societ

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Musical Programme.

Overture Scene 1— ] Scene 2— 2 3 4 Scene 3— 5 Scene 4— 6 7 Scene. 5— 8 Scene 6— 9 10 Scene ae Scene 8—13 Scene 9—14 15 Scene 10—16 i7 18 19 20 Scene 1—21 a2 Scene 2—23 24 Scene 3—25 26 Scene 4—27 28 Scene 5—29 30 30 fa—3t Scene 6—32 Scene %7—33 Finale 34 35 36 37

ACE QNE “The Pajama Game ”’ Hines “RACH WHR TOC The Boys and Girls ‘““A New Town Is a Blue Town” Sid OC Te OP ie he eine The Boys and Girls Al IR Loge Babe and Girls 1'll He Again Hines and Mabel 3 Sid ‘Rien Ise Prez and Gladys tite” The Boys and Girls I RE RP Sid and the Boys and Girls A-Year Day ”’ “Her Is ’’—Reprise Prez and Mae Smet Tak Sid and Babe

“Tm Not At. All In Love” ‘There Once Was a Man ” (I Love You More)........... Sid and Babe

Factory Music

Down ”’ The Boys and Girls Factory Music Finale Act I Hey.‘There.*’) Sid ACT TWO Entr’acte Opening Act II pean 21k Gladys and Boys ‘Small Talk” “Hey There’ Babe Factory Music ‘Te we the: Tig Save Hines and Girls °c Gladys, Boys and Girls

Hernando’s Hideaway Dance

Hernando’s Hideaway Dance 7) Never Me Again _........... : ‘““T’ll Never Be Jealous Again ’’— I Ballet (Part I) > Hines and Gladys I J

‘““T’ll Never Be Jealous Again and Boys Ballet (Part IT) "Hey There” * Séven and a Halt Certs.” Prez, Babe, Boys and Girls Rush Music ‘‘ There Once Was a Man ”’ (I Love You More) ............ Sid and Babe The Pajama Game Boys and Girls and a Half Cents ”’ Boys and Girls

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Amateur Light Opera Society

“THE PAJAMA GAME”

(By ace with Chappell & Co. Ltd.)

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KENNETH HOYLE NORMAN ROYSTON

GLADYS

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CHARLIE

BABE WILLIAMS

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GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON ELLEEN -DYSON

BRENDA

EDITH MOORHOUSE JOYCE M. EDMONDSON

POOPSIE

MARY KINLOCH

SALESMAN

ROBERT We. ELLIS

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JOSHET BESWICK -

DANCING GIRLS :

MARGARET BATES, JEAN CATTON, JOAN Dyson, MARGARET GANNON,

JEANNE Haywoop, JOAN HELLAWELL, SHIRLEY A. HORNE, MAUREEN

LIvESEY, JEAN Makin, Joyce MELIA, BARBARA SCHOFIELD, MAUREEN

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LADIES CHORUS :

Daisy M. CLARKE, JoycE M. EDMONDSON, ANN FAIRBURN, IDA A. HAIGH, Mary KINLOCH, SANDRA LEE, THERESA A. LEWTHWAITE, EDITH MoorHOUSE, MARGARET E, PARKIN, BARBARA STANLEY.

MEN’S CHORUS :

DONALD BAILEY, IAN H. BAKER, G. DEREK BooTH, TERENCE BREARLEY, Jack BucKLEY, LESLIE CLARKE, GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON, ROBERT Won. ELLis, SELWYN GREEN, STANLEY HARDCASTLE, RicHarD G. HEy, PETER MERCER, ARTHUR J. MONDAY, GILBERT J. MOULSON, GEORGE N, RODGERS, STANLEY F, TAYLOR, KENNETH WARE,

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES :

ALT ONE

SCENE 1—Sewing Room of the Sleep Tite Pajama Factory. SCENE .2—The Same. SCENE 3—A Hallway in the Factory. SCENE 4—The Office. SCENE 5—On the way to the Union Picnic. SCENE 6—Picnic Grounds. SCENE 7—Picnic Path. SCENE 8—The Kitchen of Babe’s House. SCENE 9—A Hallway in the Factory. SCENE 10—The Shop.

ACT TWO

SCENE 1—FEagle Hall. SCENE 2—The Kitchen of Babe’s House. SCENE 3—A Hallway in the Factory. SCENE 4—The Office. © SCENE 5—Hernando’s Hideaway. SCENE 5a—Jealousy Ballet. SCENE 6—Morning in the Office. SCENE 7—A Street Near the Park. FINALE.

Place—The action takes place in a small town in the Middle West.

Time—tThe Present.

The Production staged by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London).

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master: HARRY GLEDHILL, ACAD, LL. FO.

Hon. Dancing Mistress: DOREEN FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm). Costumes supplied by W. A. HomBure Lrtp., Leeds. Scenery by ScENic Display SERVICES Lrp., Bradford. Photographs by GREAVES & Co., Huddersfield.

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The Story.

Hines lets us into the secret from the start. This is a serious play about Capital and Labour—and it’s full of symbolism. He is Time Keeper at the Sleep Tite Pajama Factory and he calls the business the ‘“‘Game”’ just as we might call ours the ‘

The factory hands have been agitating for months for a seven and a half cent rise. The big boss Hasler is mean and each time a deputation goes to him puts them off with pie-crust promises and hard luck stories of bad trade.

He has recently taken on a new Super—a pushing ambitious young stranger named Sid Sorokin. Sid has come up the hard way and is mighty unhappy in the unfriendly new town. That is until he pushes a young employee at the factory who reports him to the Grievance Committee. The head of that Committee is an attractive girl named Babe Williams and Sid falls for her good and proper. Babe, however, is 100 per cent. for the workers and their Union’s struggle for seven and a half cents, whilst Sid, being the Boss’s second driver, must fight the Union. So his love-making is rather cramped although Babe loves hima lot. Her Pop takes to Sid and keeps on bringing him home to see his stamp collection which helps Sid to see a lot of Babe.

There are several interesting types at the factory—Mabel is Sid’s Secretary, a nice friendly type who tries to help others. Gladys is the boss’s secretary and carries the key of his private ledger. She is Hines’ girl and he is jealous of every- one who looks at her! Then there is Prez of the Union—a snake in the grass if ever there was one. His wife doesn’t understand him and he has a quick technique in seeking consolation with the factory girls. But he sure lands a tough one in the person of Mae.

Prez organises quite a few stunts to force the issue of the seven and a half cents. Go-slow—mixed sizes of tops and bottoms in packing pajamas—buttons that drop off at first fastening—pants that fall down, etc. Babe supports them all and as a superb gesture she wrecks a machine and admits publicly to Sid that she is the culprit. He sacks her on the spot—bang goes his love affair !

Sid is all for compromise in the capital and labour trouble but big boss Hasler doggedly professes that he is a “ fighter ’’ and will not give in. Sid’s suspicions are aroused by the boss’s unreasonable security measures with the private ledger of which you know that Gladys carries the key.

Well as Sid can’t make head-way with Babe and has time on his hands he takes Gladys to a low dive and gets her dizzy with his charm and lashings of gin. And that’s how he gets the key and spends a whole night to dawn studying the private ledger. He finds that the boss has been doing a long term fiddle by charging and pocketing the seven and a half cents the hands demand. But before Sid can accuse Hasler news of his night out with Gladys has reached Hines who happens to be an ex-professional knife-thrower from the Music Halls. And does that man throw knives—yes indeed all over Sid’s office and narrowly misses hitting Sid and Gladys and big boss Hasler. The boss is terrified and convinced that the Union, which happens to be holding a rally, has imported gangsters from Chicago to murder him. Between that and Sid’s threats to expose him, Hasler capitulates and grants the workers their seven and a half cents retrospectively.

That calls for high jinks and a pajama party at which Sid and Babe get properly tied up and so do Hines and Gladys.

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Mr. Stephen Battye Mr. Frank Beardsell Mr. P. Beardsell Mrs. Beaumont Mr. & Mrs. H. Beaumont Mr. H. Beaumont Miss Eileen Beaumont Mrs. J. Beaumont Mr. J. E. Beaumont Mr. N. H. Beaumont Mr. Gilbert E. Bedford Mr. Arnold Beech Mrs. Phyllis Beever Mrs. G. Beevers Miss Molly Beighton Mr. Ernest Bell Mr. T. Bellard Miss Beryl Bennett Miss P. Bennett Mr. & Mrs. P. R. Bennett Miss Doris M. Benton Miss A. Berry Mrs. F. H.: Berry Mrs. Harry Berry Mr. Jj. Beery Miss M. Berry Mr. Philip Berry Mr. J. Beswick Miss C. M. Billington Mr. F. Binns Mr. & Mrs. Frank Binns Mr. & Mrs. H. Binns Mrs. J. Blackburn Mrs. J. E. Blackburn Mr. N. A. Blackburn Mr. R. Blackburn Mr. George H. Blakeley Mrs. P. Blacker Mrs. C. Blagborough

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Mrs. Milicent K. Dalby Mr. J. Danford Mr. G. D. Davies Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Dawson Alderman. Norman Day Mrs. Ethel Dearden Mr. & Mrs. T. Dearing Mr. H. B. Dearnley Mr. H. F. Denton. Mrs. Lilian Dews Miss Jean M. Dimmer r. W. F. E. Dingle Mia: B. Dobson. Mrs. Eileen W. Doyle Mr. Harry Drake Mr. N. Drake Mr. C. N. Dransfield Smee Lilian M. Dransficld Mr. S. J. Dransfield Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Mr. M. Dronfield Miss Frances Dunne Mrs. Dyson Mr. B. N. Dyson Mr. C. Dyson Mr. D. Dyson. Mrs. E. Dyson Mrs. E. Dyson Mr. E. Dyson Miss E, H. Dyson Mrs. Eileen Dyson

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Mrs. G. V. M. Earles Miss A. Eastwood Mrs. E. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mrs. F. Mary Ellis Mr. Robert Ellis Mr. Hubert Eastwood Miss V. Eastwood Mrs. A. Eaton Mrs. A. Edmundson Mrs. A. Edmundson Miss J. M. Edmundson Miss L. Ellam Miss G. M, Ellis Mrs. M. Ellis Miss N. Ellis Mr. R. W. Ellis Mr. T. Ellis Miss E. Evans Mr. H. T. Evans Mr. & Mrs. R. Evans Mr. Walter Exley

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Mrs. J. Hadley Mrs. A. Haigh Mr. Arthur Haigh Mrs. C. Haigh Mrs. E. Haigh Miss E. Haigh Miss E. M. Haigh Mr. G. Haigh Mr. Harry Haigh Mr. Harold H. Haigh Mr. James F. Haigh Mrs. K. Haigh Mrs. M. Haigh Mr. W. V. Haigh Mr. Irvin Hall Miss M. Hall Mr. & Mrs. M. A. Hall Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Hallas Mrs. Laura Hallas Miss Hilda Hanson Mr. John Hanson Mrs. Stanley Hardcastle Mr. Stanley Hardman Mrs. E. F. Hardy Mr. R. V. Hardy Miss G. E. Hargreaves Mrs. E. Harper Mrs. R. Harris Miss J. Harsthorne Mrs. Amy Hartley Mrs. E. Hartley Mrs. Florrie Hartley Mr. Harold Hartley Mrs. I. G. Hartley Mr. & Mrs. W. Hawksworth Mrs. Haworth Miss Doris Haynes Mrs. G. Haywood Miss Jeanne Haywood Mrs. F-. Heap Mr. Frank Heathcote Mr. H. Heaton Miss P. Heaton Mr. George Hebblethwaite Mr. Harry Heeley Mrs. Hilda Heeley Mr. I. Hellawell Mrs. E. Hellewell Miss J. Hepworth Miss Martha Hepworth Mr. Hey Miss D. F. Hey Mr. & Mrs. George R. Hey Mrs. G. Heywood Alderman. Clifford Hickson

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Dr. Monteith

Miss A. S. Moore Miss M. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Norman Moore Mrs. Moorhouse Miss B. Moorhouse Miss Edith Moorhouse Miss Lily Moorhouse Mrs. Rita M. Moorhouse Mr. S. Moorhouse Mrs. S. M. Moorhouse Mrs. M. Moran Mr. W. H. Morgan

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Mrs. M. Naylor Mr. F. Neary Mr. A. Nelson Mr. Law Netherwood Miss Mabel Newsome Mr. Stanley Nicholson. Mrs. C. Noble Miss Nellie Noble Mrs. H. Norgate Mrs. North Mr. Gilbert North Mrs. Muriel North Mr. R. North Mr. E. Nottingham Mr. Arthur Nuttall Mrs. A. E. Nuttall

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