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Helensburgh Savoy Presents

The Wizard of Oz (rsc version) By L. Frank Baum

With Music and Lyrics of the MGM motion picture score By Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg Background Music by Herbert Stothart Dance & Vocal Arrangement by Peter Howard Adapted by John Kane from the motion picture screenplay

By arrangement with MusicScope and Stage Musicals Limited of New York Director: Frank Hotchkiss Musical Director: Pamela Frew

Victoria Halls, Helensburgh 2nd to 5th November 2011 Helensburgh Savoy is a Recognised Charity, No. SC 036779, and this year we are supporting The Helensburgh Stroke Club. Helensburgh Savoy is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) 1

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Chairperson’s Message Welcome to Helensburgh Savoy’s production of The Wizard of Oz. I am sure many of you are familiar with MGM’s classic 1939 film starring Judy Garland and we hope our staging will transport you “over the rainbow” to the magical world of Oz so brilliantly captured on screen. We are delighted to welcome both Frank Hotchkiss as Director and Pamela Frew as Musical Director. Frank and Pamela have worked together previously and their wealth of experience has proved invaluable in tackling such an ambitious show. Euan Forrest brings his considerable backstage knowledge and skills to the role of Stage Manager and Charlotte Newell’s creative talents are again on display as our Wardrobe Mistress. As well as several familiar faces, it has been a great pleasure to welcome so many new members to the Club this year. In particular, we have a large cast of very enthusiastic Munchkins and we are sure you will appreciate their talent and commitment. Everything you see tonight would not be possible without the hard work of all the unseen “stars” who willingly give of their time and talents to provide the show with scenery, costumes, lighting, sound, make-up, etc. We are also grateful to our Patrons and Sponsors for their unfailing support, and also to Our Town Lotto and the Sylvia Aitken Charitable Trust for financial assistance. Our chosen charity for this season is Helensburgh Stroke Club and we will be staging our usual fundraising concert “Sing For Your Supper” for them here in the Victoria Halls on Friday, 3rd February, 2012. Please pay a visit to our bar during the interval or after the performance and we hope you enjoy the triumphs and tribulations awaiting Dorothy, Tinman, Lion and Scarecrow as they journey along the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City. Jane Hepworth – Chairperson 3


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Frank Hotchkiss Although this is Frank’s first time working with the Savoy, he has a wealth of experience with a number of other groups. Frank was the director of Clydebank Musical Society for fourteen years and also directed their Junior section on occasions. He has previously taken the helm at Stagelights in Dumbarton, where he has worked with Pamela, our musical director. Frank has also appeared on stage in a number of roles, most recently in a production of the Madness musical, “Our House”. Frank is a playwright, having written several pieces, including “Century”, “A Perfect Match”, and “Friday Girls”; with the last two being performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Away from the theatre, Frank has recently taken up a new post as the Depute Head teacher of Irvine Royal Academy. He lives in Clydebank with wife, Lynne and son Keir where he supports the Bankies (someone has to). Frank has directed both the “Wizard of Oz” and ”The Wiz” before, but says that this cast is, “The most enjoyable I’ve worked with in these roles. They have taken to the characters and made the rehearsals great fun to be a part of. I’m sure they will entertain the audiences this week. It has been a pleasure to work with every one of them.”

Pamela Frew

Pamela graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1994 with a 1st class honours degree in Music Education and has taught in a number of schools since then, prior to taking up appointment as Principal Teacher of Music at Hermitage Academy in April 2010. She also undertook a year of post graduate study in orchestral conducting thereafter. She has been musical director for over 30 productions since 1995, both in the schools she has taught in and with Stagelights Theatre Company Dumbarton. These musicals have included a wide range of musical theatre styles including Carousel, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Chess, We Will Rock You, Our House and Les Miserables. Pamela has also worked with other local groups including Stewarts School of Dance and has been involved in concerts to raise funds for a number of good causes including CHAS. She has worked with Savoy since the start of this year and thoroughly enjoyed preparations for their annual Sing for Your Supper and Spring Concert events. 5

The wizard of Oz - synopsis Act One Young Dorothy Gale lives on a farm in Kansas with her Aunt Em, Uncle Henry and little dog Toto. Feeling unappreciated, she dreams of a far away place,”Over the Rainbow”. Miss Gulch, their unpleasant neighbour, serves Dorothy with a summons to take Toto away so Dorothy runs away from home with her dog. On the road, they find the showman, Professor Marvel, who urges her to return to the farm. Dorthy arrives home, just as a tornado touches down. The house is carried by the tornado to the Land of Oz where Dorothy is met by the Munchkins and Glinda, the Good Witch of the North (who resembles Aunt Em). Her house has fallen upon, and killed, the Wicked Witch of the East. This frees the Munchkins from the witch’s power, and they treat Dorothy as their heroine. The Wicked Witch of the West (who resembles Miss Gulch) arrives to claim her sister’s magic ruby slippers and vows to avenge her sister’s death. Dorothy wants to go home to Kansas and the Munchkins tell her that the wonderful the Wizard of Oz will know what to do. Dorothy starts off towards the Emerald City. On the way Dorothy and Toto meet three strange traveling companions, each of whom needs help: The Scarecrow’s head is full of stuffing; the rusty Tin Man’s chest is empty; and the Cowardly Lion is afraid of his own tail. Dorothy invites them all to join her to see if the Wizard can help them. The Wicked Witch of the West threatens Dorothy, Toto and her new companions along the way but fails to intimidate Dorothy into giving up the ruby slippers. Act Two The Emerald City’s Gatekeeper tries to discourage the adventurers and at first the Wizard refuses to meet them. Finally taken to see the fearsome Wizard, the four friends are given a quest to prove themselves worthy of the Wizard’s assistance: they must bring him the broomstick of the Wicked Witch of the West. The friends leave in fear and haste for the land of the Winkies (whom the Wicked Witch has enslaved and forced to serve in her army). They have to pass through a haunted forest, where the Jitterbugs live.The Wicked Witch’s flying monkeys then attack, but the witch still does not have the power to take the ruby slippers from Dorothy’s feet . The Wicked Witch attacks the Scarecrow with fire, and Dorothy throws a bucket of water at him, accidentally dousing the Wicked Witch. When the friends arrive back at Oz, The Wizard is again reluctant to meet them but is then revealed as an ordinary man (who resembles Professor Marvel). Nevertheless, the Wizard is able to help the adventurers and he offers to give Dorothy a ride back to Kansas in a hot-air balloon. The balloon takes off while Dorothy is distracted, and she is afraid that she missed her chance to go home, but Glinda arrives. She says that Dorothy has the power to transport herself and Toto by clicking her heels together three times and repeating “there’s no place like home”. But will it really work? 6

Scenes & musical numbers The Place – Kansas, USA / The Wonderful Land of Oz Act 1 Scene 1 The Kansas Prairie Scene 2 The Rainbow “Over The Rainbow” – Dorothy Scene 3 Kansas Scene 4 Gypsy Caravan Scene 5 The Twister Scene 6 Munchkinland “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead” – Glinda, Dorothy & Munchkins Scene 7 The Wicked Witch (Munchkins will not be returning after this “The Yellow Brick Road” – the Munchkins scene, so please give them a big send off!) Scene 8 Scarecrow – The Corn Field Scene 9 Crows In Cornfield “If I Only Had A Brain” – Scarecrow, Dorothy & Crows “We’re Off To See The Wizard” – Dorothy & Scarecrow Scene 10 Tinman – With Apple Trees In Front Of His Cottage “If I Only Had A Heart” – Tinman, Dorothy & Trees Scene 11 Want To Play Ball? “We’re Off To See The Wizard” – Dorothy, Tinman & Scarecrow Scene 12 The Lion – Wild Forest “If I Only Had The Nerve” – Lion, Dorothy, Tinman & Scarecrow “We’re Off To See The Wizard” – Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tinman & Lion Scene 13 Poppies “You’re Out Of the Woods” – Glinda & Poppies (chorus) Interval Act 2 Scene 1 Outside Gates Of The Emerald City “Merry Old Land Of Oz” –  Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion, City Guard & Osians (chorus) Scene 2 The Town Square, Emerald City “King Of The Forest” – Lion, Dorothy, Tinman & Scarecrow Scene 3 The Wizard’s Chamber Scene 4 The Gates Of The Emerald City Scene 5 The Witch’s Castle “March Of The Winkies” – Winkies (chous) Scene 6 The Haunted Forest “Jitterbug” – Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion & Bugs (chorus) Scene 7 Flying Monkeys Scene 8 The Witch’s Castle Scene 9 Main Gate Of The Witch’s Castle Scene 10 The Witch’s Chamber Reprise: “Over The Rainbow” –  Winkies (chorus), Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion & Dorothy Scene 11 Wizard’s Chamber Scene 12 Ballon Scene 13 Farewell To Oz Scene 14 The Kansas Prairie 7

Cast of Characters

Dorothy Gale Aunt Em / Glinda Uncle Henry / Emerald City Guard Farmhand Zeke / Cowardly Lion Farmhand Hickory / Tinman Farmhand Hunk / Scarecrow Miss Almira Gultch / Wicked Witch of the West Professor Chester Marvel / Wizard of Oz Nikko the Monkey Commander Jitterbug

Katherine McPhie Aimi Phillips Brian Sayer Neil Robinson Chip Charters Niall Cook Elise McLean Paul Lyden Abigail Scott Julia Irvine


Alastair Begg, Katherine Bull, Elaine Donaldson, Pauline Forrest, Grace Hepworth, Julia Irvine, Anna King, Josie Lynch, Louise Lynch, Carrie Morrison, Frances Rapallini, Sara Jayne Rettie, Abigail Scott, Jordan Sharkey, Megan Smith, Sarah Smith, Iona Stewart, Sadie Tarver

Named Munchkins

Braggart Ross Gildea School Teachers Jasmine Dogo Isla O’Neill Mayor Alex Frew Barrister Aaron Murphy City Fathers Lewis Hart Jamie Thompson Coroner Mathew Lambert Tots Kate Addo Nyah Anderson Abigail Scott Lollipop Kids Peter Gait Sophie Murphy Hannah Thomson

Munchkin Townspeople

Joe Bull, Anna Cullen, Cameron Edwards, Lois Fish, Gregor Hamill, Christina Johnston, Cara McCoshan, Catie MacGillivray, Lucy MacKenzie, Emily Miller, Carmen Murphy, Eve Sayer, Holly Sturgeon, CharnĂŠ Thorp, Charlotte Wallace, Laura Williamson 8

Members Not Appearing in this Production Christine Begg, Mark Bone, Sophie Gibson, Adam Hepworth, Jason Hull, Catherine Kirk, Collette McEwan, Lyn Pennylook, Toby Rettie, Martin Rich, Joan Stewart, Shiela Vance


Keyboard 1 Jane Hepworth Keyboard 2 Paul Price Drums Colm McGrellis

Helensburgh Savoy Committee

Chairperson: Jane Hepworth Treasurer: Celia Cameron Secretary: Pauline Forrest Patrons: Adam Hepworth Committee: Euan Forrest, Jason Hull, Joan Stewart


We would like to thank all those whose assistance and co-operation helped us to put on this production and all our other ventures this past year – Argyll & Bute Council, the Silvia Aitken Charitable Trust, Our Town Lotto (Helensburgh), the staff of Victoria Halls, HOPSCOTCH, Hermitage Academy, Addict Audio, PlasmaCow Design, JJR Printing, our Patrons and all those who have bought advertising space in the programme. We would also like to thank those who have donated prizes to our raffle and supported our various fund raising events.



Katherine McPhie Dorothy Gale

Aimi Phillips Aunt Em / Glinda the Good Witch

Brian Sayer Uncle Henry / Emerald City Guard

Neil Robinson Farmhand Zeke / Cowardly Lion

Page Sponsor – Pete and Lillian Thorn would like to wish everyone a great show week. Wish we could be there!

Chip Charters Farmhand Hickory / Tinman

Niall Cook Farmhand Hunk / Scarecrow

Elise McLean Miss Almira Gultch / Wicked Witch of the West

Paul Lyden Professor Marvel / Wizard of Oz

Page Sponsor – Laura Boyer would like to wish all her friends a wonderful week in Oz



Euan Forrest Stage Manager

Charlotte Newell Wardrobe Mistress

Celia Cameron Props Manager

Toto Himself

Page Sponsor – Another great show from Savoy Members! Best wishes from the Stout family.

Josie, Lousie, Sadie & Sarah The Snow People Katherine, Julia & Carrie The Crows

Paul, Brian & Alastair The Apple Trees

Anna, Iona, Abigail & Jordan The Flying Monkeys

Megan, Pauline, Grace, Sarah Jayne, Elaine & Frances The Poppies Page Sponsor – “Break a leg” to all the Savoy. “If I Only Had the Nerve” to say this is from 2 friends of Dorothy and their little dogs too!


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Page Sponsor – The Forrest family wish all the cast & crew a ha-ha-happy time in the Merry Old Land of Oz!

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The production team Accompanist Jane Hepworth Stage Manager Euan Forrest Asst. Stage Manager Wendy Cairns Stage Crew The Men and Women in Black Sound Jason Hull (Addict Audio) and assistants Lighting George Brazier Spotlight Andrew Turnbull Scenery Borders Studio, Helensburgh Theatre Arts Wardrobe & Costumes Charlotte Newell (Miss Lottie Lou) Make-up Artist Carla Savelli Props Manager Celia Cameron Prompts Christine Begg, Stephanie Alexander Poster Design Euan Forrest (PlasmaCow Design) Programme Design Euan Forrest (PlasmaCow Design), Pauline Forrest Ticket Design Euan Forrest (PlasmaCow Design) Photographer Euan Forrest (PlasmaCow Design) Professional Printer JJR Printing Box Office HOPSCOTCH, Christine Begg Front of House Steve Alexander, Clive Charters and all those whose names were not known when going to print Munchkin Chaperones Joan Stewart and all those parents who volunteered

patrons of helensburgh savoy We thank all our Patrons greatly for supporting the club throughout the year. Currently the Patrons of Helensburgh Savoy are: Stephen & Stephanie Alexander, Peter and Isabel Anderson, James & Sue Ashby, Amanda Begg, Mr. & Mrs. David Bruce, Celia Cameron, Laraine Cavana, Clive & Tessa Charters, May Connelly, Vivien & Tony Dance, Judy Ferguson, Dr. & Mrs. D. Forrest, Jacqueline & Colin Gibbs, Lesley Keating, Mr. & Mrs. J. Kemp, Avril Kent, Jennifer Kinloch, Elizabeth Lambert, Sheila MacPherson, Liz Miller, Fraser & Judith Morrison, Mr. & Mrs. A. Nisbet, Margaret Spiers, Veronica Stephenson, Joan Stewart, J. Douglas O. Stewart, Carole & Mike Stout, Steve & Jane Worsfold. It is very expensive to present our shows and concerts, therefore we rely greatly on the support of sponsors, advertisers and Patrons. Patrons receive regular newsletters, can participate in our social events and are entitled to priority booking with a 20% discount and reserved seating for shows, as well as a complimentary drink at the interval. If you are interested in becoming a Patron of the Helensburgh Savoy, then a Patrons membership form can be found inside the back of this programme. 17


Helensburgh Stroke Club Affiliated to Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland SC 018761 Thank you very much to the Helensburgh Savoy for supporting the Helensburgh Stroke Club as their charity this year. The Helensburgh Stroke Club was started in 1992 and is open to anyone with a history of stroke, chest or heart disease. We meet on Thursdays between 10 and 12 noon at St. Joseph’s Lower Hall, Grant Street, Helensburgh. Each meeting begins with an opportunity for conversation over refreshments followed by one of a variety of activities. These include board games and quizzes, a wide range of stimulating talks, music and singing, arts and crafts, music to movement. We are very grateful to all our guest contributors who make this programme of events possible. We also have regular outings which give a pleasurable day out for all who take part. Transport suitable for disabled people is provided, along with the willing help and support of volunteers, which enables some to participate who wouldn’t be able to travel far otherwise. The Club is a very friendly, informal and supportive group and provides a weekly place where people can come and interact with others, some of whom may not be able to get out and socialise otherwise. We would welcome any new members, either because they have had a stroke, chest or heart disease, or because they would be interested in being a volunteer helper. For further information please contact:  

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forthcoming musical events November Saturday 19th James Brown – Piano, Hel. Music Soc., Vic. Halls, 7.45pm Sunday 20th Sunday at Seven, Guitar Concerto, St. Andrew’s Kirk, 7.00pm Sunday 27th Hel. Oratorio Choir, Bach: B Minor Mass, St. Andrew’s Kirk, 7.30pm December Saturday 3rd Lomond & Clyde Community Orchestra, “Winter Concert”, Vic. Halls, 11.00am Saturday 3rd “Coffee ‘N’ Carols”, Hel. Dorian Choir, King St. Hall, 2.00pm Saturday 3rd Hel. Orchestral Soc.; Piet Hein Rhapsody & Prokofiev; V. Halls, 7.45pm Sunday 4th

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Saturday 10th “Christmas Cheer”, Hel. Dorian Choir, United Reformed Church, 7.30pm Saturday 17th Fiddler’s Rally, Hel. & Lomond Fiddlers, Vic. Halls, 7.00pm Sunday 18th “Come and sing!”, Carols for All, St.Andrew’s Kirk, 7.00pm

Sing for Your Supper Helensburgh Savoy’s next event is “Sing for your Supper” in the Victoria Halls on Fri. 3rd February 2012 at 7.30, where we ask the performing clubs in the town to come and show what they can do and at the same time raise money for our charity The Helensburgh Stroke Club. The evening has a variety of turns – song, dance, drama and instrumental playing in a wide variety of styles – and a supper is provided. No YOU don’t have to sing to get it! Only the performers have to do that. The event is always great fun with something to suit all tastes and it is a great showcase for the town’s performing clubs. Tickets in due course from HOPSCOTCH and club members. We would like to thank all those organisations who have continued to support this event over the past years and make it such a success.



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Our history

Helensburgh Savoy appreciates your support and in return supports local charities. This is our twenty ninth stage production and over the years we have donated over £28,000 directly to local organisations and charities and have enabled them to raise more via participation in their fund-raising. Making a surplus from this sort of activity is no easy matter and we are proud of our record in that respect and very appreciative of the support we receive from the public and local businesses. 1984 1985 1986 1987

Previous Productions and Charities

The Mikado The Gondoliers The Pirates of Penzance lolanthe

1988 Trial by Jury/HMS Pinafore 1989 The Merry Widow 1990 Ruddigore 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

The Savoyards The Pirates of Penzance The Mikado Princess Ida Orpheus in the Underworld The Gondoliers lolanthe Trial by Jury/Fiddler on the Roof H.M.S. Pinafore My Fair Lady no stage show Anything Goes Me And My Girl Oklahoma! Crazy for You Guys & Dolls Calamity Jane Oliver! The King and I High Society

S.S.M.H. Scottish Guide Dogs for the Blind Cross-roads Care and Attendance The Chest, Heart & Stroke Assoc. Reton Stroke Club Arthritis Care Ardlui School Respite Care Cancer Relief MacMillan Fund Romanian Appeal S.S.M.H Royal National Lifeboat Institute Childline Scotland The Red Cross Save the Children Clyde View Residential Home Hearing Dogs for the Deaf Alzheimers Scotland Royal Sailor’s Rest Enable Vale of LevenHosp. Haematology Dept. Children’s Hospice Assoc. Scotland Clyde View Residential Home Arthritis Care British Heart Foundation The Challenger Group Jigsaw Save the Children The Multiple Sclerosis Society The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, Hel. & Lomond Branch

You Don’t have to sing to be a part of Helensburgh Savoy

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Patrons Membership Form 2012 Enjoyed tonight’s performance? Want to help support the club? By taking a Patrons membership for the coming year you will become eligible for the following: • • • • • •

20% discount on all performance tickets when booked in advance through the Patrons Secretary (except charity concert Sing For Your Supper). Reserved seating and complimentary drink at the show (on production of Patrons card at bar) A Prize Draw especially for Patrons to take place at regular intervals throughout the year An invitation to the Friday aftershow Thank You Party during Show Week Regular newsletters and advance notice of events The option to receive the Patrons newsletters by email rather than snail mail to help the Savoy save paper and postage costs

The subscriptions for a Patrons membership for 2012 are: Individual patrons - £7 Family - £12. We are always eager to welcome new people to the Club, either as full members or as Patrons. We would like to thank you for your on-going support and we look forward to seeing you at future events. Adam Hepworth Patrons Secretary


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Wizard of Oz Programme - Helensburgh Savoy (2011)  

Wizard of Oz Programme - Helensburgh Savoy (2011)

Wizard of Oz Programme - Helensburgh Savoy (2011)  

Wizard of Oz Programme - Helensburgh Savoy (2011)