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R athm ines an d R ath g ar M usical Society presents

THE MERRY WIDOW


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Y ou re n t the set o f y o u r choice.

L ow init'al deposit o f 10% and weekly rentals o f 11/8.

Full m aintenance and during th e three years.

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GAIETY T H EA T R E SOUTH KING STREET, DUBLIN T e le g ra m s : *• G A IE T Y ”

D U B L IN .

T elephone 78205

Proprietors-. THE GAIETY THEATRE (DUBLIN) LTD. Resident Manager-. PHIL O’KELLY

Nightly 8 p.m.

Matinee Saturday 2.30

COMMENCING MARCH 13th> 1961

RATHMINES AND RATHGAR MUSICAL SOCIETY presents

LOUISE STUDLEY in

THE MERRY WIDOW w ith

CHRIS CURRAN KENNETH BRAYDEN LUCY MacCARTHY JOSEPH LANE Original Book and Lyrics by VICTOR LEON and L E O STEIN Music by FR A N Z LEH A R New Book and Lyrics by PHIL PARK Music adapted and arranged by RONALD HAN M ER By arrangement with GLOCKEN V ER LA G LTD. Choreography by DOLORES DELA HUNTY Musical Director: TER R Y O ’CONNOR Entire production by M AXW ELL WRAY Settings designed by JAM ES M AHON PRICES OF ADMISSION Dress Circle Parterre Grand Circle 10/7/6 6/- and 4/The p u b lic m ay leave a t th e e nd o f th e perform a n ce b y a ll e x it doors. Persons shall n o t be p e rm itte d to sta n d o r s it in a n y o f th e gangw ays in te rse ctin g th e seating, or to s it in a n y o f th e o th e r gangways.—-C o p y Bye-Law .


THE MERRY WIDOW The Cast Anna (Madam Glavari) Danilo (Count Danilovitsch) Baron Zeta . . . . Valencienne . . . . Camille (Count de Rosillon) N j e g u s ........................................ St. Brioche . . . . C a s c a d a ........................................ K r o m o v ........................................ O l g a ........................................ Bogdanovitsch P r i t s c h ........................................ S y l v i a ........................................ P ra s k o v ia ........................................ L o l o .................................................. D o d o ........................................ J o u - J o u ........................................ Frou-Frou . . . . C l o - C l o ........................................ M a r g o t ........................................ C hris C u rran

LOUISE STUDLEY CHRIS CURRAN K ENN ETH BRAYDEN LUCY M acCARTHY JOSEPH LA N E C H RIS F. BRUTON D ER M O T DALY FRANK JACKSON FRANK GORM LEY URSULA HOUGH JO H N MURNAGHAN NO EL BYRNE DODO O ’HAGAN H EA T H ER HEWSON H ELEN FLYNN PA TR IC IA HOUGH ANG ELA BRAY SHEILA O ’CONNOR N O EL IN E BURBRIDGE JE A N CLARK

ap p ears by k ind permission o f R a d io

Eireann.

Dancers — Dolores Delahunty, Clodagh Geary, Cynthia Gaffney, Jan Murnaghan, Eileen Murphy, Cecily Moore, Joan Conway. Guests — Misses Mary McCann, Eva Staveley, Maeve O ’Connor, Maureen Pierce, Celia Dowling, Joan Donelan, Cecilia O ’Brien, Finuala O ’Sullivan; Messrs. Tommy O ’Dwyer, Fred Taylor, Sean Cronin, Tony Sweeney, Noel Greene, Robert Daly, Pat O ’Donovan, Paul Caulfield, Pat Kelly, Charles Bruen, A rthur Salmon, J. R. O ’Connor, Vincent Cross, Nyall Sharpe.


THE MERRY WIDOW SYNOPSIS O F SCENERY A C T I. A Salon in the P ontevedrian E m b a ssy in Paris. A C T II. T h e G a rden of M a d a m G la v a ri’s Residence— early the follow ing evening. A C T III. T h e sam e— a la M a x im ’s— later th a t night. P E R IO D .

T h e turn o f the century.

E N T I R E P R O D U C T I O N by M A X W E L L W R A Y . Musical D ir e c to r : C horeography:

T E R R Y O ’C O N N O R .

DOLORES DELAHUNTY.

C ostum es by V I R G I N I A V I N E L T D . M etal furniture b y C O N T I N E N T A L C R A F T S , C apel St. Table

lamps

by IR I S H

IN D U ST R IA L

F O R R A T H M IN E S A N D

S U P P L IE S ,

Charles

Lane.

R A T H G A R M U S I C A L S O C IE T Y

Stage D irector ....................................................... JO S E P H F L O O D Assistant Stage D irecto r ................................ S E A M U S O 'N E I L L C h o ru s Mistress

........................................

E IL E E N K N O W LES

H o n . Secretary

.................................................

Hon. T rea su re r

..........

C L E M P. R Y A N

THOM AS

MURTAGH

FOR T H E G A IE T Y T H E A T R E Stage M a na ger C h ief Electrician

.......................................................... ...................................

T O M JO N E S

HARRY

M O R R ISO N

The Th e atre is d is in fe c te d th ro u g h o u t w it h |eyes’ Fluid-

P le a s e give a Scout a job DURING

B OB-A -JO B

W eek

April 3rd to 10th, 1961


W herever you go in Ireland by Self Drive Car or with Chauffeur Guide

New Cars £7 per week

F L EE T SELF D R I V E 55 Lr. O’Connell Street (CITY CENTRE)

D ublin Personal attention assured

Phone 47666/82755/338021

C atholic Boy Scouts of Ireland 71 ST. STEPHEN’S GREEN, DUBLIN

*

SALE

OF W O R K IN

T he Supper Room, M ansion H ouse DUBLIN ON 11th — 12th — 13th MAY, 1961

* PRODUCE AND ITEMS O F ALL DESCRIPTION WILL BE WELCOMED FOR THE VARIOUS STALLS. PLEASE SEND SOMETHING TO HELP THIS EFFORT — Any item, big or small, will be welcomed.

* T H AN KI N G YOU PADRAIG OBROIN, Diocesan Commissioner, 71 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin.


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