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MR. PIM PASSES BY BY

A. A. MILNE DIRECTED BY

MARK DUMEZ

FEBRUARY 26 APRIL 11 2009

Mark DuMez, Jeremy Tow Artistic Directors Neil Gallagher Design: James A Glen

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Randal Huber Managing Director Alex Carr-Locke Finance Director Kathy Delcourt Development Manager Anita Morrill Development Assistant Ian Monahan Sales Representative Kathleen da Roza Marketing Manager Dee Kinnee Marketing Coordinator Patti Bray Bookkeeper/Payroll Diana Carter Accounting Brooke Maver Administrative Assistant Damion Knight Facilities and IT Manager Johannah Knight Maintenance Robert MacDonald Maintenance Don Smyth Maintenance Walter Wachs Maintenance

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POOH VS. JEEVES BY DAVID BAUGHAN that Wodehouse was getting a reputation as a visionary. There was one notable area where Milne and Wodehouse also parted company – politics. Milne, regarded himself as an intellectual and was a pacifist. In 1934 he wrote a denunciation of war titled Peace with Honour. He also wrote pamphlets and letters to the media on the political situation. But when the Second World War started, Milne became a vociferous patriot.

P.G. WODEHOUSE THE CAST: Wodehouse, P.G. (1881–1975), creator of Jeeves & Wooster Milne, A.A. (1882–1956), creator of Winnie-the-Pooh THE SETTING: Britain, France, and the United States between the late-19th and mid-20th centuries. THE STORY: English writers Alan Alexander Milne and Pelham Grenville Wodehouse were born three months apart. They both went to public schools in London – Milne to Westminster, Wodehouse to Dulwich – and they became close friends in the early 1920s. They joined financial forces to invest in Ian Hay’s dramatization of Wodehouse’s novel A Damsel in Distress in 1928, by which

A.A. MILNE

Wodehouse showed little interest in current political time they were both successful events. He and his wife were comic writers. living in France in 1940 when the German army invaded. Milne and Wodehouse were They were interned. Two both described as literary German friends from Hollyswells, high earners, kings wood persuaded Wodehouse of light entertainment – to broadcast for the German Wodehouse with his books propaganda machine. He and librettos, Milne with agreed on the promise of smash hit plays like Mr. Pim being released afterwards. Passes By. The British were outraged. Milne was far more serious Wodehouse was bewildered. than Wodehouse. As time His radio talks had in fact went on, Milne became poked fun at the Germans. highly regarded for his After the war he retreated children’s books, including to America, never to return Winnie-the-Pooh and The to England. House at Pooh Corner. In the wake of the broadcasts, Wodehouse was esteemed Milne took Wodehouse to for his steady stream of brilliant comic novels written task in a sneering letter to in a style he had been honing the Daily Telegraph. The letter was full of barbed wit and from an early age. The prospect of being remembered venom and deeply upset Wodehouse’s friends and as only a children’s author supporters. It also had the didn’t sit well with Milne. What’s more, it became clear effect of reducing sales of

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Wodehouse’s books and having him banned from the BBC. Wodehouse had his allies, one of whom was George Orwell, but popular opinion ran against him. Still, he was not a man to bear grudges and over time forgave Milne. Times change. In the 1980s, American writer Benjamin Hoff helped re-elevate Milne’s reputation by describing in The Tao of Pooh (and then The Te of Piglet) how Milne’s Pooh books could be used to explain the basic tenements of Taoism. In Milne’s day, there had been criticisms of his work, particularly when it was compared to J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan and Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows. At the time, Milne’s writings seemed dated but no longer. He again takes his place on an equal footing with Wodehouse.

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However, what A.A. Milne gives us is not pure formula. He adds an ingredient that has flavoured much of his enduring work. It is is both simple and sophisticated – it is whimsy.

MARK DUMEZ Director

DIRECTOR’S NOTES Welcome. Welcome to a two-hour getaway from whatever drove you here. Welcome to a Tudor country manor where the best laid plans might be laid to waste. Welcome to this story. It has been a pleasure to kick off our second show of the year with such fine artists. Mr. Pim Passes By, on one level, is a simple drawing room farce. A good laugh. Mr. Pim, the human "deus ex machina", blows in and comedy ensues. A tried-andtrue formula of stodgy patriarch, liberated matriarch, furtive young lovers and comic servants. The play could be a simple comedy like many others of its time.

"Whimsy: A sudden notion, fancy, or idea. To let the eyes wander...." Not the strongest word in the bunch. Hardly sexy, racy or wild. It lacks fortitude, sitting there on the shelf among other antiquated words. It doesn't work as hard as it should and gets very little finished during the day. Nudging, in some inexplicable way, toward change. That fresh wind. A magic moment in the middle of the day. That chocolate bar calling from the cupboard – answer the call – on a whim. A call from chaos, to a kinder chaos, inexplicably better than the one before.

CTF, utilized banraku puppets and three human actors in an exploration of the world of lost dreams and, most recently, he is proud to have assisted Jeremy Tow in CTF’s highly nuanced and powerful telling of The Miracle Worker. Mark has collaborated with companies including Theatre X, Pacific Theatre, TheatreOne, and CTF in the development of over a dozen new plays.

Acting has taken him across many borders, including performing in a new adaptation of Ibsen’s John Gabriel Borkman (Theatre X), appearing as the Dauphin in Henry V at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival and playing his one man show, Finding Centre, in a grassy field in Hungary. At CTF, he has acted in over 20 shows including a conflicted young priest in Mass Appeal, Prince Edward in Queen Milli of Whimsy- that turn in the road, Galt, landlord Anthony Wilding that sets us truly straight. in the heartwarming Enchanted Welcome to Mr. Pim Passes By. April, seedy Steve Hubbell in A Streetcar Named Desire and the creepy, comic sidekick, Minki, in The Rats. Special thanks to Erin, Hannah and Mark DuMez has been an Associate Artist with Chemainus Ruby for all their love. Theatre Festival (CTF) for eight years and now enjoys the post of Artistic Director. He has directed and designed scenery for over 25 shows. His innovative design for a studio version of Godspell won Best of the Year recognition from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. His direction of Pet The Fish, a wonder tale for children at

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Golconde (detail) René Magritte

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MR. PIM PASSES BY BY

Directed by

A. A. MILNE

Mark DuMez

Scenery Design by Carole

Klemm Costume Design by Norma Bowen Lighting Design by Jesse Frank Sound Design by Robin Boxwell/Brian Linds Stage Managed by David Baughan

Setting The morning-room at Marden House, Buckinghamshire on a September day. There will be two short intermissions

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The Chemainus Theatre Festival engages, under the terms of the Independent Theatre Agreement, professional Artists who are members of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. The Chemainus Theatre Festival acknowledges the support of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association and its members.

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DAVID BAUGHAN

NORMA BOWEN

ROBIN BOXWELL

JESSE FRANK

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Costume Designer

Sound Designer

Lighting Designer

Born in England, David has a background as a theatre stage manager, lighting designer, and photographer. Stage management credits in BC include numerous productions for TheatreOne (Nanaimo), Graffiti Theatre (Salt Spring Island), and Chemainus Theatre Festival (CTF). He is pleased to return for his 15th production at CTF where he will also stage manage Oklahoma! this summer. He is the administrator of Pacific Coast Stage Company (Nanaimo) and an associate director of Graffiti Theatre. David’s photographs have been exhibited in many European and North American cities. His photographs are held in the Musée national d’art moderne collection in Paris.

Norma (aka Prunella Vulgaris, the Witch in the Wardrobe) is an associate artist with CTF, where she has designed more than a dozen shows. Favourite costume designs include An Inspector Calls, A Streetcar Named Desire, Little Women, Anything Goes, Murder on the Nile, and most recently, The Miracle Worker. Norma is a graduate of Studio 58.

Robin is pleased to be a part of the CTF team again. He has recently been working on a touring production of The Nutcracker ballet with Kelowna Ballet as well as the sound designer for A Chorus Line for Viva Musica and Vancouver Island University’s production of Macbeth. Last year’s CTF credits include South Pacific and Hay Fever. Robin would like to dedicate this production to his father, Bob Boxwell. Enjoy the show!

Once upon a time in a land … not so far away, there lived a Techi … Jesse’s story begins at the “Cultch” many years ago and continues through to today where he is very busy taking crew calls, designing shows, or studying the way certain light creates a certain shadow … Well, you get the picture. And God said: “Let There Be Light!” Since then the Techi’s have been so very busy.

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NEIL GALLAGHER

STEVEN GREENFIELD

KAYLEE HARWOOD

KATHRYN KERBES

Mr. Pim

Brian Strange

Dinah Marden

Lady Marden

This is Neil’s sixth show at CTF – the most recent was Rumpelstiltskin in December. Neil has also appeared in The Odd Couple for Western Edge Theatre, Western Edition for Theatre North West, Elizabeth Bam with The International Theatre Laboratory, and Theatre One’s Young Company last summer where he worked with his wife and his daughter Beatrix. Neil lives in Nanaimo with his wife and his daughter Beatrix, who loves to see her name in the program. Did I mention that Neil is very happy to be performing in such a charming play? Well, he is, he really is.

Steven is thrilled to be back for his sixth production at CTF! Favourite acting credits: Seussical, Forever Plaid, Come Blow Your Horn, Gypsy, Little Women, The Winter’s Tale Project and the Vancouver Fringe hit The Musical of Musicals!-The Musical!. A Jessie Award-winning musical director (Seussical), Steven’s next adventure is Oklahoma! for CTF, where he will be musical directing and playing ‘Cord Elam’. Love to family, friends and Jessie.

Kaylee is thrilled to be back in Chemainus after her first appearance here as a nurse in last summer’s South Pacific. Kaylee holds a degree in Theatre from Trinity Western University. Credits include Pride and Prejudice, Tartuffe and Holy Mo and Spew Boy (TWU). Other credits include Grease, The Mikado, and Cinderella. Upcoming: Les Misèrables (Arts Club). Many thanks to Mom, Mark, Michelle, and everyone at CTF.

Kathryn was last seen at the CTF in Anything Goes and Murder on the Nile in 2007. Since then she has appeared in A Christmas Carol (2007 and 2008) at Theatre Calgary, Snake in the Grass at Vertigo Theatre, and Half Life at Alberta Theatre Projects. For 20 years Kathryn was CoArtistic Director of Shadow Productions in Calgary and along with her husband and partner, Hal, received the Harry and Martha Cohen Award for significant and sustained contribution to theatre in Calgary. Kathryn is overjoyed to return to Chemainus, this wonderful company and fine cast. Thanks to Mark and Jeremy.

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CAROLE KLEMM

MICHELLE LIEFFERTZ

BRIAN LINDS

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Anne (the maid)

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Playwright

Carole is delighted to be back designing for CTF. Previous work included the sets for The Miracle Worker, Little Women, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Dunsmuirs, and The Heiress. Elsewhere recent designs include: 150 Years in Golden Mountain (Victoria) and Mesa (Belfry and Prairie Theatre Exchange, Winnipeg), She has designed and painted for the Belfry Theatre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Kaleidoscope Theatre, Western Canada Theatre Company, Studio 58, and the Vancouver and Adelaide fringe festivals. Special thanks to the talented production team and to her family in Victoria.

Michelle is delighted to be back ‘home’ at Chemainus! Previous CTF credits include Rumpelstiltskin, Charley’s Aunt, Anne of Green Gables, Marvin’s Room, Macbeth, and A Christmas Carol. UK credits include Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Man of La Mancha. Michelle lives happily ever after just down the road with her husband and twin daughters, after working in the UK for 7 years, and training at ArtsEd (London).

For CTF: The Miracle Worker, Miracle on 34th Street, A Doll’s House and Lost In Yonkers. Brian also acted at CTF in Arsenic and Old Lace and Barefoot in the Park. Other designs: The History Boys (Arts Club), True West (Vancouver Playhouse-Jessie Award Nomination), The Violet Hour, Turn Of The Screw, (Belfry), No Exit (Electric Company). Brian is currently acting and designing sound for the Western Canada Theatre production of The Man Who Shot Chance Delaney.

Best known for his books about Winnie-the-Pooh and various children’s poems, Milne was also a gifted playwright. But the huge success of the Pooh stories overshadowed his earlier works and in fact became a huge annoyance to him. He was the assistant editor of the British humour magazine Punch for many years and wrote over 25 plays and seven novels.

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