Free as Air (1960) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD: S&.DISFRICT LIGHT.. OPERA SOCIETY

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By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

A MUSICAL PLAY ‘by DOROTHY REYNOLDS aud JULIAN SLADE

Music by JULIAN SLADE

Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, Thursday, January 28th to Saturday, February 6th, 1960, at 7-15 p.m.

Saturday Matinee, February 6th, 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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President :

STEPHEN D, LISTER, Esq.

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Hon. Joint Secretaries :

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Hon. Stage Manager : CYRIL WARE

Hon Treasurer : MICHAEL F.. A.C.A.

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Hon. Accompanist : KATHLEEN WHITFIELD

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The Producer :

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Hon. Dancing Mistress : DOREENT FRANCE.

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List of Officers.

President i D. LISTER, Eeq.

Vice-Presidents :

Dr. D. K. Mr. NoRMAN CROWTHER, Mr. G. WHEATLEY Dyson, Mr. HusBErT Dyson, Mr. H. T. Evans, Mr. FRANK FosTErR, Mr. CLirForRD GARNER, Mr. Jas. F. Hatcu, Mr. GeorGe R. Hey, Mr. F. Brian HowmEs, Councillor, N, oir. 3. Raves, Mr. Revnoips, Mr. J. Woops-SMITH, Mr. F. H. THREAPPLETON, Mr. HaroLD WAKEFIELD, Mr. HaroLtp WHITELEY, Miss ANNIE GALVIN.

Hon. General Manager : G. WHEATLEY Dyson. Hon. Joint Secretaries: A. H. TOWNEND and Mrs. T. A. LEwTHwalrTE. 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 : NORMAN Moore. Hon. Property Masters: Mrs. E. Woop and GORDON FRYER. Hon. Publicity Manager : Eric WALKER. Hon. Accompanist : KATHLEEN WHITFIELD. Hon. Dancing Mistress : DOREEN FRANCE, M.1I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm). Hon. Registrar and Librarian : HIRAM CARTWRIGHT. Hon. Solicitor : STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Physician : Dr. C: E. MitcHe.t,

Hon. Perruquiers : Mrs. J. EMMERSON, Miss M. Jackson, Miss MARY REYNOLDs, G. W. CunninNGTON, H. T. Evans, L. KITcHING and J. LIVERSIDGE.

Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses : Mrs. C. E. MITCHELL and Mrs. A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Call Boys: CHarLEs A. Hey, ANDREW Moore and Roy Hon. Auditors: JoHN D. Hoyte, a.c.a. and L. ADRIAN GLEDHILL.

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Musical Programme.

Overture ACT ONE Opening Music and Chorus: I’m Up Early................ Molly & Islanders im Up cay... Potter, Mutch, Lord Paul & Chorus ‘Tre tet the ass tee... Potter, Mutch & Lord Paul

Dance & Reprise: Let The Grass Grow Potter, Mutch, Lord Paul & Chorus Song; Dothitie Dut Sea And Geraldine & Chorus Concerted : The Boat’s In Fishermen, Albert, Potter, Geraldine & Islanders >

Duet : Free To Sing Albert & Geraldine Exit Music Song : A Man From The Mainland Molly Reprise : Free To Sing Mutch, Geraldine & Islanders _Exit Music Hurry Music poring Bit Sea And Sky icc Geraldine & Albert

Concerted : Daily Echo Ivy Crush, Jack Amersham, Girls & Mechanics Song : Her Mummy Doesn’t Like Me Any Morte.......... Jack & Chorus Reprise : The Boat’s In.....Lord Paul, Jack Amersham & Ivy Crush Concerted : The Girl From London.......... Geraldine, Jack, Ivy Crush, Albert, Miss Catamole, Molly, Lord Paul & Chorus

ACT Two Opening Music Reprise : A Man From The Mainland...................... Molly, Jack & Girls Let 6 eee 10 Oe Lire Yoru Albert & Geraldine Teer Molly, Mutch, Bindweed & Islanders tet 4 iy Teet On [he Molly & Jack

Concerted : Holiday Island (Part I) Ivy Crush, Geraldine, Jack, Albert & Islanders

Holiday Island (Part II) Jack & Chorus Reprise : Holiday Island Change of Scene Exit Music Hurry Music Geraldine The Reporters

Reprise : Free To Sing Mutch, Geraldine, Miss Catamole, Albert & Chorus

Duet : We’re Holding Hands Miss Catamole & Potter Terhou Molly & Company Finale The Full Company

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

PRESENT

“FREE AS AIR”

(By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.)

CAST (IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE) :

Molly JEAN STEVENSON Mr. Mutch KENNETH HOYLE Mr. Potter NORMAN MOORE

Miss Catamole

Kay L. MIDDLETON

Lord Paul Postumous

Albert Postumous

G. WHEATLEY Dyson

ALEX. CLARKE

Bindweed

JOSEPH BESWICK

Gregory

STANLEY. LAYLOR

Tom Ferrier

Geraldine Melford

STANLEY HARDCASTLE

EILEEN Dyson

Francois

ROBERT Wm. ELLIS

DOREEN FRANCE

Ivy Crush

Jack Amersham

TERENCE BREARLEY

DANCING GIRLS :

WENDY BalILEy, JEAN CaTTon, JOAN Dyson, MARGARET GANNON,

JEANNE Haywoop, JOAN HELLAWELL, SHIRLEY A. HORNE, SANDRA LEE, MAUREEN LIVESEY, JOYCE MELIA, BARBARA. SCHOFIELD, MAUREEN ,SHEARD.

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LADIES CHORUS :

Daisy M. CLARKE, BETTY CROSLAND, JovcE M. EpmMoNpson, ANN FAIRBURN, Mary KINLOCH, THERESA <A. LEWTHWAITE, SYLVIA LockwoopD, EpitH MooRHOUSE, JOYCE ROGERS, BARBARA STANLEY, JEAN M. Taytor, AUDREY WEATHERHEAD, C. A. WHITTELL. MEN’S CHORUS :

Tan H. BAKER, LESLIE CLARKE, GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON, MICHAEL GREEN, RICHARD G. HEY, ARTHUR J. MONDAY, GEORGE N. ROGERS, MICHAEL R. SMITH, KENNETH WARE. SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY : ACT ONE SCENE 1. The Well. Morning. The Road to the Seashore. The Seashore. Morning. Island Walk. Morning. Exterior of Shop and Miss Catamole’s Cottage. Evening. Island Walk. Evening. Bar of the Octopus Hotel, Jersey. Evening. Island Walk. Night. Exterior of Shop and Miss Catamole’s Cottage. Evening.

ACT TWO The Terrace of the Big House. The next morning. The Road to the Seashore. The Well. Morning. Island Walk. Afternoon. The Seashore. Afternoon. Island Walk. Afternoon. Bar of the Octopus Hotel. Evening. Island Walk. Evening. The Well. Sunset.

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

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master: HARRY GLEDHILL, AA, tnt tne

Hon. Dancing Mistress: DOREEN FRANCE, M.I.D.M.A., S.B. (Comm). Costumes supplied by W. A. HomBura LtTp., Leeds.

Scenery supplied by ScENIc DiIsPpLAYy SERVICES LTD., Bradford. Photographs by GREAVES & Co., Huddersfield.

Geraldine’s Hair Styled by “ Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Moor, Huddersfield.

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The Story of the Play.

The story concerns the inhabitants of the undeveloped Channel Island of Terhou. They are simple, happy folk enjoying quaint old-fashioned customs and every May they choose a new Queen ; but this year they have run out of candidates, for no girl may be crowned more than once. This bit of legislation might be altered were it not for the fact that the Island has run out of ink as well as candidates. However, their dilemma is solved when the one-man Terhou boat returns from its monthly visit to the “ mainland ” (Jersey) with an unexpected passenger, Geraldine, and included in the cargo—a bottle of ink. Hastily, the Islanders persuade Lord Paul, their Ruler, and his two-man Council, to alter the law so that this charming stranger can be crowned “ Queen.” Geraldine is an heiress and is running away from the importunate Jack Amersham, a racing motorist who wants to marry her, and from the press reporters who insist on making news of her every move. She is shown round the Island by Lord Paul’s nephew, Albert, who immediately comes under the spell of her charm. Unfortunately, Geraldine’s idyll is shattered by the arrival of Jack, several pressmen, and Ivy Crush, of the “ Daily Echo ’’—all having tracked her down. The Island and in particular Molly, fall heavily for the good-looking Jack—The Man from the Mainland—and Ivy tries to persuade Lord Paul to publicize and commercialize the Island and turn it into a holiday resort. The Islanders are quick to recognise this danger and Ivy soon finds herself imprisoned in the stocks. They are too late, however, for by a ruse, Ivy has already sent her report to her London newspaper. To save the Island from publicity, Geraldine returns broken-hearted to Jersey. There, she guilefully announces to the ever persistent reporters that she has given away all her money to various relatives and that she is no longer rich enough to be news. _ Disappointed, the pressmen retire. Geraldine returns to Terhou to marry Albert. Molly decides she doesn’t want a man from the mainland, and Ivy is forgiven and marries Lord Paul, and the Coronation proceeds with Geraldine as Queen of Terhou.

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Mr. Ernest Brook Mrs. E. A. Brook Mr. Cyril Brook Mtr. F. Brook Mr. H. Brook Councillor H. F. Brook Miss I. M. Brook Mr. J. S. Brook Mr. Kenneth Brook Miss Rhona Brook Mrs. S. P. Brook Mes. 1. F.. Brook Mr. & Mrs. V. Brook Miss W. Brook Mrs. K. Brooke Councillor & Mrs. K. Brooke Mrs. N. Brooksbank Mr. Chas. H. Brown Mrs. C. Brown Mrs. Brown Mr. J. Brown Dr. & Nirs. ). Ke Beuce Mrs. Edith Buckle Mr. Brian Buaureaux Mr. Jack Buckley Mr. & Mrs. D. Burke Mr. Bulmer Mr. Gerald Burton Mr. Kenneth Bywater Mr. M. Bye Mr. L. Butters

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Mr. & Mrs. Gordon H. Crowther Mr. Harold Crowther Mr. Harry Crowther Mr. & Mrs. Norman Crowther Mrs. Sylvia Crozier Mrs. Cruchley Mrs. T. Cruise Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cunnington Mrs. D. Curran

Mr. Joseph Danford Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Dawson Alderman & Mrs. Norman Day Mrs. Ethel Dearden Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Dearnley Mr. H. F. Denton Mrs. Lillian Dews Mrs. M. Dicker Mr. & Mrs. G. Dimmer Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Dingle Mrs. K. M. Dobson Mr. & Mrs. C. Drake Mr. Harry Drake Mr. N. Drake Mr. C. Noel Dransfield Miss L. Dransfield Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Mr. James Dunford Mrs. E. Dunn Mr. A. B. Dyson Mr. Clifford Dyson Mr. D. E. Dyson Mr. E. Dyson Miss E. H. Dyson Mrs. Eva Dyson Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dyson Mr. Geoffrey E. Dyson Mr. G. Wheatley Dyson Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Dyson Mrs. J. Dyson Mr. & Mrs. M. F. Dyson Mrs. N. Dyson Mr. & Mrs. R. Dyson Mr. V. Dyson Mr. Hubert Dyson Mr. C...H. Dyson

Mrs. G. V. M. Earles Miss P. Earnshaw Miss A. Eastwood Mr. H. Eastwood Miss V. Eastwood Miss Laura Ellam Mrs. Alice Edmondson Mr. Fred Edmondson Miss J. M. Edmondson Mrs. Mary Ellis Mir. E. Elis Mrs. M. Ellis Miss M. Ellis Miss Nellie Ellis Mire IR. Wie as Mr. T. Elis Mit. de 0b Tt) Evans Mr. & Mrs. R. Evans Mr. G. Exley Mr. Norman Exley Mr. Walter Exley Mr. William Exley

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Mrs. G. Gabrielli Mr. & Mrs. W. Galloway Miss Annie Galvin Mrs. Mary Garlic Councillor J. H. Garnett Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Garner Miss Joyce Garsed Mrs. Harry Garside Mrs. C. T. Gaw Dr. S. E. Gawthrop Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Geach Mrs. H. Gee Mr. Hermos Gee Miss Mary W. Gee Councillor John T. Gee Miss I. Gelder Mr. R. Gibson Mr. Harry Gibson Mr. Jack Gibson Mr. L. J. Gillet Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Gledhill Mr. & Mrs. Harry Gledhill Mr. N. Gledhill Miss Thelma C. Gledhill Mr. N. Graham Mr. & Mrs. Percy Gray Mr..A, 7: Gteen Mrs. J. Green Miss L. Green Mr. M. B. Green Miss Susan Mary Green Mr. James Greenhalgh Mr. Gerald Greenwood Miss A. Greenley Mr. Rex T. Greenwood Miss Phyllis Griffiths Mrs. Elsie Gould Mr. Jas. Goulder Mr. R. Guy Mr. E. Graham

Mrs. J. Hadley Mr. Arthur Haigh Mr. & Mrs. Haigh Mrs. Haigh Mr. C. Haigh Miss E. M. Haigh Miss Evelyn Haigh Mr. H. Haigh Mr. G. Haigh Mr. tiarola H. Haigh Mr. & Mrs. James F. Haigh Mrs. kK. Haigh Mr. William Haigh Mr. Irvin Hall Miss Mary Hall Mrs. Laura Hallas Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Hallas Mr. Geoffrey Halstead Mrs. Stanley Hardcastle Mr. Stanley Hardman Mr. Reg. V. Hardy

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