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Ijaidi; Xlublin RATHMINES a n d RATHGAR MUSICAL SOCIETY (By Arrangement w ith Emile Littler and Chappell & Co., Ltd.)

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Vans to all Districts

1773-1955

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GAIETY THEATRE Proprietors : T H E G A IE T Y T H E A T R E (D U B L IN ) LTD . Resident Manager : P H I L O ’KELLY Assistant Manager : JA M E S C A M P B E L L , Jn r. C o m m e n c i n g 31st M a r c h , 1956, a t 8 p .m . N i g h t ly a t 8 p .m .

M a t in e e s S a t u r d a y s 2.30 p .m .

RATHMINES AND RATHGAR MUSICAL SOCIETY (By arrangement with Emile Littier and Chappell and Co. Ltd.) P resent

ANNIE

GUN

A MUSICAL PLAY IN TW O ACTS M usic a n d L y rics by

IRVING

BERLIN

B o o k by H E R B E R T a n d D O R O T H Y FIELDS P rices : D r e s s C i r c l e 10s. ; P a r t e r r e 7s. 6d. ; G r a n d C irc le 6s. a n d 4s. B o x e s 80s., 60s., 40s., 36s., 24s.

BOX OFFICE AT THEATRE O P E N D A IL Y 10 a . m . t o 9 p .m .

The public may leave a t th e end of t h e performance by all exit doors. Persons shall n o t be p e rm itte d to stand o r sit in any of th e gangways intersecting the seating, o r t o sit in any of th e o t h e r gangways.— Copy Bye-Law.

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ANNIE GET YOUR CUN A MU SIC AL PLAY IN T W O ACTS C h a r a c t e r s in o r d e r o f ap p e a ra n c e : Littl e Girl . . CECILY M O O R E C harl ie D a v e n p o rt .. J O H N McGLOUGHLIN Mac N O E L BYRNE Foster W ils on RAY JO YC E Dolly T a t e .......................... . . MOLLIE HICKEY W in n ie T a t e .......................... JEA N WEBB T o m m y K eeler E O I N O ’BRIEN Frank B utler . . MICH AEL O ’DWYER A nnie O ak ley HAZEL YEOMANS Littl e J a k e .......................... . . MARLENE R E D M O N D N e l l i e ...................................... .. E IT H N IE O ’D O N N E L L Jessie MARGARET MARTIN Minnie .. JA CQ U ELIN E REDMOND Col. W m . F. C ody, Buffalo Bill . . F IN T A N C O R IS H Mrs. Lit tle H o r s e HEL E N C O W L E Mrs. B lacktooth KAY FORDE Mrs. Yellow Foot .. .............. SHEILA Q U I N N T ra inm an FRED TAY LOR W a ite r .. ERIC H E N D E R S O N P o r t e r .. GERRY RYAN Riding Mistress DOLORES DELAHUNTY Dancing C low n ANN ETTE HYNES M ajor G o rd o n Lillie, Pawnee Bill F RANK GORMLEY Chief Sitti ng Bull . . H U B E R T O ’C O N N O R P aw nee’s Mes senger ERIC H E N D E R S O N M ajor D o m o .......................... J. R. CLARK Sylvia P o t t e r - P o r t e r HEATHER H E W S O N Mr. Schuyler A d am s EAM ON N MONGEY Mrs. Sch uyle r A d am s . . DYMPS W R E N N M r. E rn est H en d e rs o n ERIC H E N D E R S O N Mrs. E rn e s t H en d e rs o n .. EILEEN LEYDEN ; T h e W i ld H o r s e C erem o n ia l D ancer j

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Singing G irls: E. C o llin s , H . C o w le , M . C o w l e , E. L e y d e n , S. Q u i n n , F. M o o n e y , M . M c C a n n , M. C a s s id y , T . C o u l t e r , J. O ’K elly, N . R o n a n , M . H a m i l t o n , P. B r u e n , M. M c N a l l y , E. O 'R e i l l y , L. S u t t o n , P . T r a c y , H , H e w s o n , C. K i e r n a n , P. M a h e r , D. W r e n n , M. C a h i ll, K. A h e r n . Singing Boys: G . R y an , J. M a g u i r e , W . B o lg e r , E. F r e w e n , R. C o x , E. G u i l m a r t i n , T . O ’D w y e r , D . O ’S h a u g h n e s s y , A . L. T a y lo r . Dancing G irls:

M . M a r t i n , E. O ’D o n n e ll , J. G la s g o w , M . O ’C o n n o r ,

P . O ’C o n n o r .

Dancing Boys:

R . C l e a r y , H . S lo w e y , J. B y r n e , T . B r a d y , V .] H e n n e s s y ,

H . F arm er.

and A n n e tt e H y n es, D o lo res D e la h u n ty , M iria m B rosnan ( A b b ey S c h o o l o f B a lle t) and C y n t h i a G a f f n e y , C lo d a g h F o le y , I r e n e B u t l e r , J o a n T o r m e y ( C h r i s t i n e K a n e S c h o o l o f B a lle t)


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AGA Cookers and W ate r Heaters AGAMATIC Boilers BENDIX Autom atic Home Washers DI8HMASTER Dishwashers PRE8TCOLD Refrigerators For information and demonstrations call ® HOBOURN Electric Convector Heaters to our Showrooms, 10 Nassau St., Dublin • SUN W AY Venetian Blinds A. H. M A S S E R LTD., A N N E S L E Y W O R K S , E A ST W A L L R O A D , D U B L I N Proprietors: M asser-W aterford Ironfounders

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ANNIE GET YOUR GUN ACT 1 Scene I: T H E W IL S O N H O U S E . A summer hotel on the outskirts of Cincinnati, O hio, July. Scene 2: A P U L L M A N P A R L O U R I N A N O V E R L A N D STEAM T R A IN . Six weeks later. Scene 3: T H E FAIR G R O U N D S A T M IN N E A P O L IS , M I N N . A few days later. Scene 4: A DRESSING R O O M T E N T . The same day. Scene 5: T H E A R E N A O F T H E BIG T E N T . L ater that night. A C T II Scene 6: T H E DECK O F A C A TTLE B O A T . Eight months later. Scene 7: B A L L R O O M O F T H E H O T E L B R E V O O R T , N E W Y O R K , N .Y . N e x t night. Scene 8: T H E G O V E R N O R ’S IS L A N D FERRY. N e x t morning. Scene 9: G O V E R N O R ’S IS L A N D , N E A R T H E FORT. Immediately following. T h e P ro d u c tio n d ire c te d by JO H N R E D M O N D C h o re o g ra p h e r and A ssistant P rod ucer S H E L A G H D EY

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A u g m e n te d O rc h e s tra C on d u c te d by TERRY O ’ C O N N O R D e c o r .......................................................

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K A Y FO RDE, J. R. C L A R K

Rifles and s h o o tin g e q u ip m e n t by Messrs. G A R N E T TS and KEE G A N S L T D ., P arlia m en t S tre e t. Regency chairs in A c t 11, b y Messrs. LEINSTER GALLERIES LT D ., Sth, A n n e St. B ox-car used in A c t I , Scene I k in d ly le n t by MASTER JIMMIE S W A IN E , 237, Cashel Road, C ru m lin .

For Rathmines and Rathgar Musical Society: H o n . S e cre tary H on. T re a s u re r C h o ru s Mistress StageJManager

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ANNIE OAKLEY I t m a y c o m e as a su rp rise t o s o m e t o learn t h a t A n n ie O a k ley w as a v e r y r e a l p e r s o n ; in f a c t o n e o f t h e m o s t f a b u lo u s o f h e r e r a . B o r n P h o e b e A n n e O a k l e y M a z e e , h e r c h ild h o o d w a s m o s t u n h a p p y , h e r f a t h e r dy in g w h e n s h e w a s f o u r y e a r s old. T h e c h il d r e n w e r e s c a t t e r e d a m o n g s t v a r io u s f a m i l ie s , u n til a t t h e r i p e o ld a g e o f t e n , P h o e b e t o o k c o m m a n d , g a t h e r e d t h e m t o g e t h e r a n d fe d t h e m w i t h t h e g a m e t h a t fell by h e r rifle in t h e woods. H o w s h e m e t a n d m a r r i e d F r a n k B u t l e r is to ld in t h e m u s ic a l play. A f t e r t e n y e a r s o f v a u d e v ille h e a d l i n e s a n d e x h ib i t io n s h o o t i n g , A n n i e a n d F r a n k j o in e d B uffalo Bill’s W il d W e s t S h o w . O n M a r k T w a i n ’s s u g g e s tio n t h e s h o w w e n t t o L o n d o n , w h e r e i t p la y e d f o r six m o n t h s . S h e r e t u r n e d t o A m e r i c a a n d , in a t r a i n a c c i d e n t in 1901, A n n i e w a s s e v e r e l y i n ju r e d b u t a f t e r n u m e r o u s o p e r a t i o n s w a s a b l e t o c o n t i n u e h e r stag e-career. S h e d ie d in h e r n a t i v e D a r k e C o u n t y , O h i o , in 1926; h e a r t - b r o k e n h e r h u s b a n d , F r a n k B u t l e r , d ie d e i g h t e e n d a y s la te r .

Rath m ines and Rath gar Musical Society WHY NOT BECOME AN ASSOOiATE MEMBER? F o r an annu al s u b s c r i p t i o n o f t w o g u in e a s y o u r e c e i v e t w o s e a t s in t h e D re s s C ir c le ( o r P a r t e r r e if p r e f e r r e d ) f o r each o f t h e t w o r e g u l a r S p rin g an d A u t u m n seasons. In a d d i tio n yo u have a d v a n c e postal b o o k in g facilities an d p a r t i c i p a t i o n in m e e ti n g s an d social f u n c t io n s . If i n t e r e s t e d please se n d y o u r name

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