The Bradford Catholic Players present an amateur production of
Affiliated to the National Operatic & Dramatic Association
A MUSICAL FABLE OF BROADWAY
Monday 12th to Saturday 17th November 2001 at 7.15pm each evening and 2.30pm Saturday Matinée
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ext year finds us in our 75th year, seventy five years of a wonderful tradition of people doing their best. Their best at acting, their best at singing, at painting, at selling tickets, making tea, running raffles, accounting, booking tickets, selling advertising, learning lines, handling props, reading shows, playing music, rehearsing, making scenery, all at the same time as earning their living, bringing up families and doing their best to persuade their families to follow suit. We even have a member bringing the Society right up to date by chronicling the activities of the BCP on CD ROM, this should be available in the New Year and believe me it’s fascinating. This spirit that has survived and flourished for all this time is as strong as ever and I’m sure you will see why I’m so proud to be the President presenting “Guys and Dolls” at the Alhambra this year. All our efforts, no matter how hard the Society works, would come to nothing without the support of yourselves, our supporters. So, this note is about saying thank you, thanks from the Society to our audiences, thank you from me to all our members for their efforts over the years and making me a very proud President of a wonderful Society.
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Susan Carroll Sarah Brown
Michael Riley Sky Masterson
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Anna Yeadon Miss Adelaide
Rory Mulvihill Nathan Detroit
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The Cast In Order Of Appearance Nicely Nicely Johnson Benny Southstreet Rusty Charlie Sarah Brown Arvide Abernathy Harry The Horse Lt. Brannigan Nathan Detroit Miss Adelaide Sky Masterson General Matilda B Cartwright Big Jule Mimi Angie The Ox
Angelo Clarke John Clithero Simon Carroll Susan Carroll Barry Smith Mark Firth Gerry Griffin Rory Mulvihill Anna Yeadon Michael Riley Norma Smith Terence Stamp Kathryn Addison Aidan Bolland
Scene 1.......Broadway "Runyonland" "Fugue For Tinhorns" "Follow The Fold"
Scene 1a "The Oldest Established"
Nathan, Nicely Nicely, Benny & The Guys
Scene 2.......Interior of the Save-A-Soul Mission "I'll Know"
Sarah & Sky
Scene 3 ....... Telephone Booth
Scene 4 ....... The Hot Box
Kathryn Addison Vicki Connell Sharon Link Nita Mistry Amy Towler Jodie Towler
"A Bushel And A Peck" "Adelaides Lament"
Adelaide & The Hot Box Girls Adelaide
Scene 5 ....... Off Broadway
"Guys And Dolls"
Nicely Nicely, Benny & Ensemble
Scene 6 ....... Broadway
Chorus Helene Barnes Catherine Bolland Lesley Cantley Carmel Dylak Shona Featherstone Ian Hamilton Nathan Hurtault Peter Middlemiss Chris Myers David Snee Catherine Taylor Francis Thompson
Ensemble Nicely Nicely, Benny & Rusty Charlie Sarah, Arvide & The Mission Band
Scene 7 ....... Broadway
Brian Bell Gerald Bolland Malcolm Christie Ben Eagle Darren Firth Derek C Holmes Gareth Hutchinson Susan Middlemiss Robin Reid Sarah Stapylton Frances Turner Julie Withe
Scene 8 ....... El Cafe Cubano, Havana
Sarah, Sky, Dancers & Chorus
Scene 9 ....... A street in Havana
"If I Were A Bell"
Scene 10 ....... Outside The Mission
"My Time Of Day" "I've Never Been In Love Beforeâ€?
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Sky Sarah & Sky
Act 2 Scene 1.......The Hot Box "Take Back Your Mink" "Adelaides Lament Reprise"
Adelaide & The Hot Box Girls Adelaide
Scene 2.......Off Broadway "More I Cannot Wish You"
Scene 3.......A Sewer "Luck Be A Lady"
Sky & The Girls
Scene 4.......Off Broadway "Sue Me"Nathan & Adelaide
Scene 5.......Interior of the Save-A-Soul Mission "Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat"
Nicely Nicely & The Guys And Dolls
Scene 6.......Off Broadway "Marry The Man Today"
Sarah & Adelaide
Scene 7.......Broadway "A Double Wedding"
All The Guys And Dolls
The story of GUYS AND DOLLS
athan Detroit, the leader of a group of illegal gamblers, is having difficulty in finding a suitable place to hold his crap games due to continuous hounding by Lt. Brannigan of the New York Police Force. The situation has become one of some urgency, due to there being a number of "out of town gamblers" in the neighbourhood who are expecting Nathan to lay on a game, among them, a visiting gambler of some repute, from Chicago, Sky Masterson. The only place that appears to be left where a game could be held, is a local garage, for which the owner is demanding a fee of one thousand dollars. Desperate for the money, Nathan tricks Sky into saying he could take any "doll" named to Havana, as a travelling companion - a bet of one thousand dollars is arranged, and much to Sky's consternation, Nathan selects Sarah Brown, a uniformed girl from the Save-A-Soul Mission. Sky wins his bet, however, and takes Sarah to Havana by guaranteeing to her the attendance of twelve sinners at a forthcoming meeting at the Mission Hall. The crap game ends up being played in a sewer, and it is here that Sky obtains his twelve sinners by betting on a throw of a dice, a thousand dollars against each man present attending the Mission meeting. Sky wins his bet, and an unprecedented situation is created by the attendance of the "Guys" at the Save-A-Soul Mission. Throughout the story Nathan is pursued by Miss Adelaide, a dancer at the Hot Box Nightclub - they have been engaged for fourteen years, during which time she has had to put up with excuse after excuse for putting off the happy day, the last straw being when he says he can't elope tonight because he has to attend a prayer meeting! All ends well, however, as the finale with its unusual developments reveals.
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Previous Productions 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1947 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957
A Nautical Knot Oâ€™Hara San HMS Pinafore The Mikado Iolanthe The Gondoliers Princess Ida Merrie England Tom Jones The Mikado Lilac Time La Vie Parisienne Good Night Vienna The Arcadians Belle of New York Maid of the Mountains Desert Song Rose Marie Merrie England The Geisha Bless the Bride Carissima The Quaker Girl Showboat
1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1979 1980
The Land of Smiles The New Moon Naughty Marietta White Horse Inn Waltz Without End Calamity Jane Valley of Song The Quaker Girl Wild Violets Pink Champagne White Horse Inn La Vie Parisienne The Arcadians Showboat The Gypsy Princess Orpheus in the Underworld Guys and Dolls Waltzes from Vienna The Grand Duchess The Merry Widow Brigadoon The Boyfriend Carissima Rock Nativity
1981 1982 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988/9 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Two Gentlemen of Verona No No Nanette The Witness Godspell Wizard of Oz Follow the Star Irene The Witness Hello Dolly Annie Get Your Gun Glory of Christmas Half a Sixpence La Vie Parisienne Fiddler of the Roof The Pajama Game The Witness Kismet 42nd Street Kiss Me Kate Jesus Christ Superstar Rock Nativity Carousel Calamity Jane Chess Scrooge
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Who's Who (Back Stage) Director Musical Director Choreography - Dancers BCP Technical Director/Stage Manager BCP Lighting Sound Engineers BCP Stage Crew/Scenery Workshop
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Bev Jones Sylvia Blackie Liz Davies Mike Martin Brian Cassidy, Susan Gough John & Linda Trenouth David Barnes & Richard Swales (Assistant Stage Managers) Chris Balson, Terence Caine, Matthew Carroll, Lee Cannon, Jim Cantley, Brian Cassidy, Adam Grayson, Chris Grogan, Michael Jones, James Kennedy, John Martin, David Nowakowski, Paul Nutter, Jonathan O'Connor, Brian Peace, Arthur Walker, Phil Yeadon Marie Stamp, Barbara Furniss, Maria Nowakowski Debbie Carroll, Janet Bell, Edna Caine, Margaret Cawood, Maureen Gordon, Dorothy Riley, Mary Rowbottom, Maureen Sirrell, Katherine Smith, Maureen Thompson Helen Clarke, Jennifer Barnes Jeanette Leach Andrew Bedford, Jonathan Brigg, Philip Walsh Valerie Hamilton, Meresa Morton, Sheila Gibbs John & Julie Martin Anne-Marie Carroll, Jon Francis, Angela Rix, Marie Sedgewick, Sarah Stapylton Josie Cassidy, Ken Furniss, Patricia Holmes, Pauline Joyce, Peggie Tolan, Arthur Walker Dorothy Walker Kevin Taylor David Lowdell Ian Wilson Albermarle Scenic Studios 74 Mortimer Street, London, W1N 8HL Tel 01825 830565 Fax 01825 830259 Homburgs Hart & Clough Patricia Featherstone Steve Cant, Edward Bolland, John Buffham, Elizabeth Buffham, Jenny Clark, Anne Copley, Paul Francis, Rita Francis, Sheila Gibbs, Maureen Gordon, Mavis Henry, Anne Harrison, Valerie Hamilton, Eileen Hines, Jim Holroyd, Tony Horricks, Tina Kirkman, Patricia McEvoy, Sheila Monaghan, Meresa Morton, Merle Narey-Hill, Margaret Porter, Maureen Vosper, Monica Walsh, Paul Whitford
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Guest List Monday
Jane Glaister, Director of Arts, Heritage & Leisure for Bradford Council
Mgr. Keiran Heskin (VG) & Guest Very Rev. Canon Peter Maguire & Guest
Rev. Fr. Dennis Cassidy (BCP Chaplain) & Guest Mr Alec Bloom, Chairman of the Heartbeat Appeal & Guest
The Rt. Worshipful the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Bradford, Councillor Ghazanfer Khaliq & Mrs Shahnaz Khaliq Mr Reg Vinnicombe, National President N.O.D.A. & Mrs Margaret Vinnicombe Miss Joan Lofthouse, N.O.D.A. Regional Representitive, & Miss Judith Lofthouse
Rt. Rev. David J Smith, Bishop of Bradford & Mrs Mary Smith
Presidents Party: Mr Michael J Stapylton & Guests
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Grateful thanks are also extended to the following for their kind generosity: All advertisers in the Guys And Dolls programme Chris Kelly, Morrisons Plc Kevin Taylor Mary Frame, Frame For Flowers Telegraph & Argus
Bradford & Bingley Hammond Suddards Solicitors Kirkgate Centre, Bradford Staff of Alhambra Theatre for their help and support Towler & Staines (Bradford) Ltd White Rose Centre, Leeds
Social Committee John Martin
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BRADFORD CATHOLIC PLAYERS
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Saturday 2nd March 2002 at
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Actors, singers, dancers, pianists, technicians, wardrobe staff, tea makers, scenery builders, backstage crew, make up people, front-of-house staff, prompters. If you can do one, some, or even none of these, but you want to belong to a group of very friendly people come and join us! Call Anne-Marie on
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Show programme designed by Simon Frater for the Bradford Catholic Players production of Guys and Dolls. Showing at the Alhambra, Bradford fr...