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DUMFRIES MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS

CALAMITY JANE BRIGEND, MARKET SQUARE, DUMFRIES

2018 CALAMITY JANE - Adapted by RONALD HANMER and PHIL PARK. From the stage play by CHARLES K. FREEMAN after WARNER BROS. film written by JAMES O'HANLON. Lyrics by PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER. Music by SAMMY FAIN  This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).  All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk.

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CALAMITY JANE Adapted by RONALD HANMER and PHIL PARK From the stage play by CHARLES K. FREEMAN after WARNER BROS. film written by JAMES O’HANLON Lyrics by PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER Music by SAMMY FAIN

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk

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THE REAL CALAMITY JANE Martha Jane Canary or Cannary (May 1, 1852 – August 1, 1903), better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman and professional scout known for her claims of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok and fighting against Indians. Late in her life, she appeared in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and at the 1901 Pan-American Exposition. She is said to have exhibited compassion to others, especially to the sick and needy. This facet of her character contrasted with her daredevil ways helped to make her a noted frontier personality. She was also known for her habit of wearing men's attire. Much of what she claimed to have witnessed and participated in cannot be proven. It is known that she was illiterate, an itinerant alcoholic, and an occasional prostitute.


WELCOME

Yeeha! A very ‘Wild West’ Brigend welcome to this performance of the timeless musical, ‘Calamity Jane’. Packed full of instantly recognisable and hopelessly sentimental songs, let yourself be immersed in the world of the ‘Golden Garter’ saloon, alive with cowboys, gamblers, trollops and all their shenanigans! Originally created in the 1960s, the show has been brought back to life by that regular directing duo of Stewart Cameron and Christopher Watt along with our choreographer, Amy McCreadie. Enjoy watching Calam’ slowly shed her tomboy persona and realise her ‘Secret Love’ through their own special interpretation of this all-time favourite. As usual, I have enjoyed attending rehearsals and watched the steady evolution of this show over several months. On behalf of the DMTC Committee, I extend our thanks to all those involved who have worked incredibly hard to make this performance the best it could possibly be for you. We are more than grateful that you have come to see ‘Calamity Jane’ and trust you enjoy the experience. I hope you will agree that we have done justice to it. Please let us know your views via FB or by email to: publicity@dumfriesmtc.co.uk Here’s looking forward to meeting you next time, in November when I will be directing a new show along with Christopher. Now, sit back, sip your sarsaparilla and enjoy ‘Calamity Jane’! Best Wishes,

Roy

(Roy Stairmand, DMTC Chair)

After a few years of performing more modern productions, DMTC decided to go back to one of the oldies. Along with ‘Oklahoma’, and ‘Annie get Your Gun’, ‘Calamity Jane’ is one of the most favourite western shows. It has been a most enjoyable rehearsal period for me and I am sure that both Christopher Watt, our Musical Director and Amy McCreadie our choreographer, will agree with me. The songs in this show are all well known favourites, which was half the battle as the majority of the cast knew them in advance. This gave us that extra time to make sure that all of the music was at its best, which I hope you will agree with. It is great to see some new faces taking on principal roles and I would like to thank everyone who auditioned for those roles and to everyone in the cast for pulling together what I hope will be a most enjoyable performance. Of course, no show can go on without the unsung heroes who do a power of work but are never seen. I mean the backstage crews and myriad number of helpers and doers whose unstinting work helps to make the spectacle. I am sure that you will all have a thoroughly enjoyable experience at today’s performance so please sit back and enjoy.

Stewart

(Stewart Cameron, Director)


SYNOPSIS

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Deadwood City’s two most famous peace officers, Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickock, get involved in saving the neck of Henry Miller, the local saloon operator. It seems that “Millie” has been promoting a beautiful actress named Frances Fryer, but Frances turns out to be a boy, Francis. Millie’s attempt to cover up is soon unmasked by the angry miners, and only Calamity can cool the crowd with her trusty pistols. To keep the peace, Calamity sets out for Chicago to bring back the miners’ real heart-throb, Adelaide Adams. In Chicago Calamity mistakes Adelaide’s maid, Katie Brown, for the actress and hauls her back to Deadwood. Onstage Katie is greeted warmly, but breaks down and confesses that she is not the famous star. Calamity once more has to restore order and persuades the audience to give Katie a chance. They do, and she wins the heart of every male in town including Calamity’s dashing love hope, Lt. Danny Gilmartin.

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Katie and Calamity become firm friends and she even tries to act more like a woman by wearing dresses. Katie moves in to Calamity’s cabin and they fix it up with A Woman’s Touch. Danny & Bill make an unscheduled visit to Calamity’s cabin and Katie and Danny realise they are falling in love. Katie tries to stay aloof so as not to antagonise Calamity who is in love with Danny. They are all invited to a ball to welcome the new Colonel at the Fort and Danny and Bill draw straws to see who will take Calamity or Katie. Danny wins and Bill reluctantly agrees to go with Calamity. At the ball Calamity finds Danny and Katie in a clinch and tells her to get out of town, which she does. In the ensuing argument with Bill, Calamity realises that she actually loves him and he, her. By this time Katie is making her way to the nearest stage to leave town but Calamity chases after her to bring her back for Danny. And they all live happily ever after...

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PRINCIPAL CAST Laura Whitelaw as Calamity Jane Favourite Song: ‘Men!’ Favourite Line: “Why, y’slab-sided, yellow-bellied sons o’ cowardly coyotes!” Most Nervous About...The bar falling over when I’m lifted onto it! Most Excited About...Getting all my words right! It’s gotta-happen sometime!

Neil Webster as “Wild” Bill Hickok Favourite Song: ‘Black Hills of Dakota’ Favourite Line: “If y’ever crawled out of that deerhide and dolled up a little, I got a hunch y’d be a passable pretty gal” Most Nervous About…Singing “My heart is higher than a hawk, and deeper than a whale”. Apparently it’s supposed to be “well”. I must have thought I heard “whale” when I first saw the show thirty odd years ago, and that’s what I’ve been singing ever since. Most Excited About…Completing the transformation from “Mild Neil” to “Wild Bill”!

Erin Craighead as Katie Brown Favourite Song: ‘Everyone Complains About the Weather’ Favourite Line: “That’s a matter of opinion...” Most Nervous About...Trying to dance ‘gracefully’!! Most Excited About...Working with a new cast and principals; they are amazing!

Neil Carruthers as Danny Gilmartin Favourite Song: ‘Careless with the Favourite Line: “Anyone could forgive you anything Most Nervous About...Kissing Most Excited About...Kissing

Truth’ Katie” Katie! Katie!


PRINCIPAL CAST David Ford as Henry Miller Favourite Song: ‘Windy City’ Favourite Line: “Is that more of your fantasticating?” Most Nervous About...Fluffing the opening line Most Excited About...Performing to a full house!

Bill Irving as Francis Fryer Favourite Song: ‘Hive Full of Honey’ Favourite Line: “Wait the name’s Francis, with an i...” Most Nervous About...Dancing!! Most Excited About...Make-up, dress and wig!

Ren Forteath as Adelaide Adams Favourite Song: ‘It’s Harry I’m Planning to Marry’ Favourite Line: “You’re not serious, Katie, not really. It’s not just your voice - I mean, your other equipment’s hardly adequate, is it?” Most Nervous / Excited About...not nervous, just excited to be back on stage with my favourite thesps!

Rhona Marshall as Susan Miller Favourite Song: ‘Hive Full of Honey’ Favourite Line: “I like it. At least it’s different. For a man I mean...” Most Nervous About...Forgetting lines and ‘corpsing’ Most Excited About...The costumes!


SPOKEN PARTS

Hamish MacDonald, Jack Hudson, Graeme Wilson, Stewart Cameron, John Neil

BAND Christopher Watt – Piano Roland Proudlock – Drums

Steve Oswald – Bass Dora Carter - Violin

Having had a break during the last show it has been great to get back in the driving seat for our latest production. The music in Calamity Jane contains some really well known songs such as the Deadwood Stage and the Black Hills of Dakota. To help us bring the music to life we are delighted that our resident drummer and bass have joined us again. For this show we have also secured the services of Dora on the fiddle. This completes our merry band and I hope that you will enjoy the lively music of this show. I’m sure that most of the cast will join me in saying how much fun the music has been in this show and I hope that it comes across in our performance. All the best,

Christopher

(Christopher Watt, Musical Director)


SCENES & SONGS ACT 1 SCENE LIST Scene 1 “The Golden Garter” - Deadwood City, Dakota Territory Scene 2 The Star Dressing Room - Bijou Theatre, Chicago Scene 3 “The Golden Garter” - Deadwood City, Dakota Territory

ACT 1 SONG LIST 1. The Deadwood Stage 2. Careless with the Truth 3. Adelaide 4. Ev’ryone Complains About the Weather 5. Men! 6. Can-Can 7. Hive Full of Honey 8. I Can Do Without You 9. It’s Harry I’m Planning to Marry 10. Windy City 11. Keep It Under Your Hat 12. Finale

Calamity and Ensemble Calamity, Bill and Men Bill and Men Fryer Calamity Dancers Fryer Calamity and Bill Adelaide Calamity and Chorus Katie Ensemble


SCENES & SONGS ACT 2 SCENE LIST Scene 1 Calamity Jane’s Cabin Scene 2 A Trail - Through a Pass in the Black Hills Scene 3 Fort Scully Scene 4 A Trail - Through a Pass in the Black Hills Scene 5 “The Golden Garter” - Deadwood City, Dakota Territory

ACT 2 SONG LIST 1. A Woman’s Touch 2. Higher Than a Hawk 3. The Black Hills of Dakota 4. Love You Dearly 5. My Secret Love 6. Reprise: Windy City 7. Finale

Calamity and Katie Bill Chorus Katie and Danny Calamity Chorus Ensemble


CAST LIST

IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE Henry Miller Susan Miller Doc Pierce/Stage Door Johnnie Bill Hickock Calamity Jane Rattlesnake Joe/Stage Door Johnnie Franci(e)s Fryer Hank/Stage Door Johnnie Pete Lt. Danny Gilmartin Adelaide Adams Katie Brown Colonel Stark

David Ford Rhona Marshall John Neil Neil Webster Laura Whitelaw Graeme Wilson Hamish MacDonald Bill Irving Frazer Boyle Stewart Cameron Neil Carruthers Ren Forteath Erin Craighead Jack Hudson

Bar Room / Can Can Girls Amy McCreadie, Carolyn Priestley, Giulia Robertson, Lindsay Nurney Cowboys, Townsfolk Rebecca Crosbie, Janette Davidson, Ren Forteath, Angela Lockerbie, Nina Rennie, Marilyn Stewart, Rachael Tweedie, Emma Thomas Ian Blair, Jack Hudson, Frazer Boyle


PRODUCTION TEAM Director Stewart Cameron Musical Director Choreographer Christopher Watt Amy McCreadie

Stage Manager Graeme McIlorum

Production Manager Jane MacFarlane

Sound Ross Nurney

Lighting Ross McIlorum

Prompt Muriel Ross

Wardrobe Costumes Nina Rennie & Utopia

Prompt Maureen Dawson

Set Design Stewart Cameron

Set Construction DMTC & Clive Ellis

Set Painting Lhea Johnstone

General Assistant Wendy Tremble

Print & Design Corberry Print

Front of House Andrew Twigg

Publicity, Posters & Programmes Amy McCreadie

Make Up Eireann Murray & The Company

Props Jane MacFarlane & Wendy Tremble

Acknowledgements Stage crew. To the front of house staff for all their help. Border Studios, Selkirk for parts of the set. The Fullarton, Castle Douglas for help with props.

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PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS Les Cloches De Cornville - 1923 The Gondoliers - 1924 Merrie England - 1925 The Mikado - 1926 The Rebel Maid - 1927 Iolanthe - 1928 Tom Jones - 1929 The Gondoliers - 1930 Les Cloches de Cornville - 1932 The Quaker Girl - 1934 The Desert Song (Open Air Theatre) - 1935 The Vagabond King - 1935 The Arcadians - 1937 Rose Marie (Open Air Theatre) - 1937 The Duchess of Dantzic - 1937 No, No, Nannette! - 1940 The Gondoliers - 1947 Merrie England - 1948 The Emerald Isle - 1948/49 Iolanthe - 1949 The Pirates of Penzance - 1950 The Geisha - 1951 Flora Dora - 1952 The Gondoliers - 1953 Patience - 1954 The Gondoliers - 1964 No, No, Nanette! - 1965 The Mikado - 1966 Oklahoma - 1967 Annie Get Your Gun - 1968 The Maid of the Mountains - 1969 Brigadoon - 1970 South Pacific - 1971 My Fair Lady - 1972 The Gondoliers - 1973 Oklahoma - 1973 Guys and Dolls - 1974 Kismet - 1975 The Sound of Music - 1976 Carousel - 1977 Merrie England - 1978 Showboat - 1979 Kiss Me Kate - 1980 The King and I - 1982 Oliver - 1983 Brigadoon - 1984 The Merry Widow - 1985 McConnachie’s Bus - 1985 The Gypsy Baron - 1986 The Sorcerer - 1986 The Mikado - 1987 The Card - 1987 The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein - 1988 Mr. Cinders - 1988 Fiddler on the Roof - 1989 The Boyfriend - 1989 Pink Champagne (Concert Version) - 1990

Pal Joey - 1990 Calamity Jane - 1991 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - 1991 The Music Man - 1992 Chiefly Ourselves - An Edwardian Music Hall - 1992 The Pirates of Penzance & Trial By July - 1993 The Dancing Years - 1993 South Pacific - 1994 Chiefly Ourselves - Beside the Sea - 1994 My Fair Lady - 1995 Iolanthe - 1995 Guys and Dolls - 1996 There was a Lad - 1996 Pink Champagne - 1997 Anything Goes - 1997 Oklahoma - 1998 Me and My Girl - 1998 Gigi - 1999 Chiefly Ourselves a World of Variety - 1999 The Gondoliers - 2000 Cabaret - 2000 Annie Get Your Gun - 2001 Oh What A Lovely War - 2001 Kiss Me Kate - 2002 HMS Pinafore - 2002 Viva Mexico - 2003 Chiefly Ourselves - A Christmas Cornucopia - 2003 Hello, Dolly! - 2004 Brigadoon- 2004 The Merry Widow - 2005 Irene - 2005 The Pajama Game - 2006 Jack The Ripper - 2006 The Mikado - 2007 Chiefly Ourselves - A Truly Rural Romp - 2007 Nunsense - 2008 The Canterville Ghost - 2008 Red, Red Rose - 2009 In Such A Night - 2009 The King and I - 2010 MacConnachie’s Bus - 2010 High Society - 2011 The Boy Friend - 2011 Carousel - 2012 Street - the Musical - 2012 The Witches of Eastwick - 2013 The Pirates of Penzance - 2013 Angel of the Tide - 2014 End of the Pier Show - 2014 Anything Goes - 2015 The Addams Family - 2015 Fiddler on the Roof - 2016 Off Broadway - 2016 Off Broadway - Take 2 - 2017 Nine to Five - 2017 Hot Mikado - 2017


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