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The Rathmines and Rathgar Musical Society presents

Selections from well loved musicals old and new at the

National Concert Hall From

Saturday 3rd May Thursday 8th May 1997


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We eventually a g reed on th e Plurabelle, k n o w in g fu ll well fro m experience th a t the m e n u w ould require m ore difficult, b u t pleasurable decisions. M y o th e r h a lf d ecid ed to p u t m e on th e sp o t a n d left th e choices to m e. (H a p p ily we a g reed th a t the D a ily S p ec ia l M e n u , w hich in c lu d ed a ta n ta lisin g range o f d e sse rts fro m th e trolley, w a s sim p ly splendid). B u t how cou ld we p o ssib ly follow th a t? I t was a stro k e o f g e n iu s - a n d a m o m e n t o f b lissfu l h a rm o n y ! We d ecid ed to s ta y p u t a n d h e a d e d d o w n to A lfie B y rn e's Pub. We ’d m a d e th e right choice - it was ja z z night, a n d , as th e y say, “the jo in t w as ju m p in g " . (A lthough th a t’s no t th e w ay th e people a t th e C o n ra d In te rn a tio n a l D u b lin w ould p u t it, I ’m su re!) ’ F o r r e s ta u r a n t re se rv a tio n s p kon e; D u U in 6 7 6 5 5 5 5 .

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^ken ) 'business SELECTIONS FROM WELL-LOVED MUSICALS OLD AND NEW G e a r o id G ran t, M u sic Director J a c k i e C u rran O lo h a n , C h o ru s M aster R ita K ealy, D irecto r/C h o reo g ra p h er G e r Farrell, A ssista n t to D irecto r/C h o reo g ra p h er P a t Farrell, Lighting D e s ig n P a trick Murray, S t a g e D e s ig n B r e n d a n G a lv in , P ro d u ctio n S e c re ta ry H on. S ta g e M an agem en t C l o d a g h F o le y a s s is t e d by M ic h e lle M cM u llan an d A rt M c G a u r a n H on . W ardrobe M a n a g e m e n t D y m p n a B e v a n a n d A rth u r S a l m o n

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Welcome The programme that we hope you will enjoy tonight is in some ways unusual, in that our previous productions here in The National Concert Hall were from Gilbert & Sullivan and musical comedies. Now we venture into opera and near opera such as Phantom o f the Opera and Euita. Still, we believe that older shows, such as Gipsy Baron, Kismet, Desert Song and Student Prince must revive pleasant memories. Indeed, many of us feel that we do not hear their melodies often enough. I have mentioned older shows, and how they are liked and sought after. In November next we will present Showboat, in the Gaiety Theatre, which Andrew Wickes will direct. You will remember his production of My Fair Lady there in 1995 and South Pacific in 1996. Now, listen to melodies from Borodin, Strauss, Romberg and others. Let yourself relax tonight and forget all the pressures of life for a few hours with us.

Clem R Ryan, President, R. & R.


BRENDA BROOKS Over the past five years Brenda has played many leading roles in musicals including Maria in The Sound o f Music and Mancy in Oliver. Her performance as Sally Bowles in Cabaret won her the AIMS Award for Best Actress and Runner-up for Best Overall Performance last year. For her performance of Katisha in the H ot M ikado Brenda was awarded the WLOF Award for Best Comedienne. Her television appearances include the starring role in Different Dreams, the RTE Christmas Special and Liue at Three. This is Brenda's second appearance with the R & R, having played Nellie Forbush in the recent production of South Pacific in the Gaiety Theatre. You may spot Brenda singing jazz in many well known night spots around town. More recently Brenda has just completed a guest spot with The June Rodgers Show in Clontarf Castle.

PATRICK CAMPBELL Pat Campbell has been a performing member of the R & R for over half a century having joined the Society in 1945. He was a member of the chorus for the first twenty-five years and it was his playing of KoKo in the 1971 production of The M ikado that commenced his career as a lead. Since then he has performed all the comic roles in the Gilbert & Sullivan operas, together with character parts in a variety of musicals. He is well-known as a compere of concerts and social events. Pat has served for many years on various R & R committees and was General Secretary of the Society from 1974-1986. In 1988 he was a recipient of a Millennium Award presented by the Lord Mayor of Dublin for "outstanding achievement in light music". Pat played Colonel Pickering in the recent R & R production of M y Fair Lady.


JGLIA CANAVAN Julia Canavan is em erging as one o f Ireland’s m ost talented and prom ising singers. She is a regular soloist in The National C oncert Hall where she has perform ed with the N ational S ym phony O rchestra and the RTE C oncert Orchestra as well as with the Tallaght and Bray Choral Societies and the Belfast Philharm onic Choir. Julia was a soloist in the RTE Proms in a production o f A M id su m m e r N ig h t’s Dream . In January 1994, Julia won the RTE Young M usician o f the Future in the cham ber m usic category and in the 1995 Feis Ceoil w on the Gervase Elwes Cup which is awarded to the m ost outstanding singer in the festival. Julia was a finalist and prizewinner in the inaugural Veronica Dunne Bursary in January 1995 Julia also has considerable experience in musicals and cabaret w hich she enjoys very m uch. She has played leading roles in musicals such as Pirates o f Penzance, Carousel, Oliver, The Lion, The W itch a nd the Wardrobe and The W izard o f Oz. She worked w ith Opera Theatre C om pany on their production o f That D u b lin M o o d w hich toured Ireland in 1995.

AIDAN CONWAY Aldan, fro m Tullam ore, Co. Offaly, made his first stage appearance as Sam uel in G ilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates o f Penzance. He then w ent on to play such diverse roles as Sky Masterson in Guys a n d D olls, John/Judas in Godspell, Curley M cClaine in O k la ho m a !, Perchik in F idd le r on the R o o f (D u blin & Waterford), A nthony Hope in Sondheim ’s Sw eeney Todd (National C oncert Hall), Young Buddy in the Irish prem iere o f Follies in Concert (National Concert Hall), S uitor in The Y e llo w M a n (RHA Gallagher Gallery) and Tony in Bernstein’s West Side S tory for which he received an AIMS n om ination for Best Male Singer. He has been a soloist w ith the ESB Musical Society for the last two years in their presentation for the concert series S u m m e r Song at the N ational C oncert Hall. A t the same venue in 1995, he sang the role o f Aeneas in the opera D id o & Aeneas to celebrate the Purcell Tercentenary. His w ork w ith the R & R Musical Society includes an appearance in their concert presentation One E n cha nted Evening and as Lieutenant Joseph Cable in S outh P acific at the Gaiety Theatre last November. M ost recently, Aidan played the role of Dr. Frank N. Furter the The R o c k y H o rro r S h o w at the O lym pia Theatre in January of this year, having played the role earlier in ’96 at the Tivoli Theatre Television appearances include the Late Late S how , Lifelines, Live a t Three and -An Easter C elebration. Aidan also sings with a jazz band called ‘Society Swing'.


JACKIE CURRAN OLOHAN Daughter of Josephine Scanlon and Chris Curran, Jackie has distinguished herself as a performer, musician, music director and chorus master. Her musical education thrived under Sr. Agnes Cecilia at St. Mary’s College, Arklow, the College of Music and CJCD. She has been Music Director with DAYMS in many show premieres including Zorba, The H ired Man, Most Happy Fella, Anything Goes, Into the Woods, La Cage aux Folles and A Chorus Line. She has been awarded Best Music Director at the 1992 Waterford International Festival of Light Opera for her work on Sondheim ’s Into the Woods and this, with conducting her father in the production of Annie at the Olympia she regards as her highlights to date. Jackie has made many solo appearances in the NCH and works regularly on television and radio. Her appearances include Kenny Live, Eurosong, Live a t Three and RTE FM3’s Concert Choice. Most recently she was Music Director for the Olympia's production of The K ing and I. She teaches music at Our Lady's School in Rathnew.

JIMMY DIXON O riginally from Arklow, Jim m y began his stage appearances in Wexford. Following this he spent a year touring the USA, Canada and South America with the international musical group ‘CJp With People’. During the past fifteen years he has taken a variety o f leading roles w ith many societies. Appearances with the R & R include Show boat, H ello D o lly and Kiss Me, Kate as well as compere for A Song to S ing O! and One Enchanted Evening. More recently he played the Major General in The Pirates o f Penzance and the Duke of Plaza Toro in last year's production o f The Gondoliers, all at the National Concert Hall.

GEAROID GRANT Gearoid studied music with the late Dr. J. O'Reilly in the College of Music and graduated with a B.Mus. from CiCD. Subsequently, he studied conducting with, among others, George Hurst in London. Since then he has worked as conductor, music director and arranger for most Irish theatrical companies in works ranging from Mozart to Sondheim. At present, he is resident conductor with the has appeared as guest conductor with the Orchestra, O ur Lady's Choral Society, Symphony Orchestra of Ireland and the Orchestra.

R & R. Gearoid Irish Chamber the National RTE Concert


RITA KEALY Rita was born in D ublin and trained and danced w ith the fa m o u s ch ore o g ra p h e r A lice D algarno. She has choreographed for m any m usical societies th ro ug ho u t the co un try and this is her eighth season to w ork w ith the R & R. Rita has also w orked in film s and television including the RTE Proms. She has won m any awards for her w ork in c lu d in g Best C ho re og rap he r at the W aterford International Festival o f Light Opera on four separate occasions. She has also been awarded Best Choreographer w ith AIMS. Rita choreographed the Irish Distillers Tops o f the T ow n which w on the N ational Final on RTE.

PAUL KELLY Paul Kelly studied w ith Dr. Veronica Dunne at the College o f Music, D ublin and has won m any prizes for his singing including the Jo h n M cC orm ack Cup at the Feis Ceoil. Paul has sung roles in operas by Handel, Mozart, Sm etana and Poulenc and has m any roles to his credit in light opera. Equally at hom e on the concert platform , he has given several song and lieder recitals and has regularly featured in perform ances o f oratorio. He is w ell known to D ublin audiences for his appearances w ith the Rathm ines & Rathgar Musical Society for w hom he has sung Col. Fairfax, Nanki Poo and Frederick in the G ilbert & Sullivan repertoire as well as appearing in several o f its concerts at the N ational C oncert Hall. He also played the part o f Freddie in the R ÂŁr R p ro du ction o f M y F a ir Lady.

SANDRA KELLY D ublin born soprano, Sandra Kelly, is currently a student o f singing w ith Mary Brennan and Alison Young at the College o f M usic, D ublin. She has won several prizes at the D ublin Feis Ceoil, inclu ding the D erm ot T roy T rophy for oratorio the Ford-Taylor Prize and the Rathmines & Rathgar Cup. Sandra has p erform ed w ith several m usical societies around the country playing roles as diverse as Adele in D ie F lederm aus to Sarah Brown in Guys & D o lb . She perform s regularly in cabaret, concerts and oratorio and was the soprano soloist at the re-opening of the N ational Gallery, D ublin. She has also perform ed at the Bank o f Ireland Arts Centre. Radio w ork includes playing the role o f Laurey in the Gay Byrne Show p ro du ction o f O k la h o m a ! Sandra has also perform ed operatic roles in the N ational C oncert Hall w ith the D IT College o f Music. These roles include the Queen o f the N ig h t and Gretel in excerpts fro m The M a g ic Flute and H ansel & Gretel.


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P r e se n te d by J im m y D ixon

PART ONE S

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pa r t Jimmy Dixon & Company

B u s in e s s

D ie F le d e r m a o s

Company Sandra Kelly, Peter Lewis & Company Julia Canavan Paul Kelly

What a Feast Champagne Laughing Song V ie n n a , C ity

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TWO

T h e S t u d e n t P r in c e

Men s Chorus Peter Lewis & Men’s Chorus Paul Kelly & Men’s Chorus Julia Canavan & Paul Kelly

To the Inn We're Marching Drinking Song Serenade Deep in my Heart T h e N ew M o o n

Julia Canavan & Sandra Kelly

One Kiss T he D esert S o n g

T h e G y p sy B a r o n

Sandra Kelly & Paul Kelly

Dare / Believe m y Heart

Eugene Griffin, Paul Kelly & Men’s Chorus Peter Lewis & Men’s Chorus

E vita

H ig h S o c i e t y

Aidan Conway & Jimmy Dixon

Sw ell Party K is m e t

Stranger in Paradise

Joan Cavanagh & Chorus

F in ia n ’s R a in b o w & B r ig a d o o n

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina Salve Regina On This Night of 1,000 Stars Another Suitcase Another Hall Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (Reprise)

Brenda Brooks Ladies’ Chorus Aidan Conway Sandra Kelly Brenda Brooks & Ladies Chorus

C ow ard

How are Things in Glocca Morra Brenda Brooks Old Devil Moon Brenda Brooks & Aidan Conway There but for You Go I Eugene Griffinl O n that Great Come and Get It D ay Peter Lewis & Chorus E a st e r Pa r a d e

A Couple o f Sw ells

Eastem Western Love One Alone

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Worthington

Pat Campbell

L ea d in g L a d ie s

Thoroughly Modem Millie Second Hand Rose Marne

Sandra Kelly & Chorus Shayron Hobbs & Chorus Brenda Brooks & Chorus

A nythim g G o e s

Brenda Brooks & Jimmy Dixon

F r ie n d s h ip

Aidan Conway, Jimmy Dixon & Paul Kelly

M an o f L a M a n ch a

P h a n to m o f t h e O p e r a

Phantom o f the Opera Aidan Conway & Shayron Hobbs Wishing You Were Som ehow Here Again Shayron Hobbs Music of the Night Aidan Conway Sandra Kelly & Paul Kelly All I A sk o f You

INTERVAL

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Impossible Dream

Chorus

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Anthem

Chorus

M y F a ir L ady

Get Me to the Church on Time Arthur McGauran, Moel Magee & Chorus F in a le M e d le y Aidan Conway, Jimmy Dixon & Full Company


LADIES OF THE CHORUS Maxine Acton, Reiltin Bowes, Imelda Bradley, Jo a n Cavanagh, Frances Collins, Deirdre Connolly, Margaret Dickson, Mary Flaherty, Niamh Flanagan, Siobhan Flood, Michelle Foynes, Eileen Gildea, J e a n Hum phries, Mary Kelly, Aoife Lawless, Brid Leahy, Eileen McDevitt, Marion Megannety, Pat Moore, Marguerite Murphy, Veronica O ’Loughlin.

DANCERS Maxine Acton, Reiltin Bowes, Ger Farrell, Miamh Flanagan, Mary Kelly, Eileen McDevitt, Sandra Mullen.

GENTLEMEN OF THE CHORUS Paul Bolger, Padraic Brady, Frank Brennan, Noel Byrne, Daniel Carey, Dom Carroll, Liam Carroll, Eddie Corry, Barney Gorm an, Robert Keogh, Rhys Kerrigan, Denis Leahy, Adam Lewis, Peter Lewis, Noel Magee, Michael McFall, Eam onn Murphy, Willie Nolan, Robbie Power, Shay Ryan, Paschal Walsh.


EUGENE GRIFFIN A student of Miss Evelyn Dowling, Eugene is much in demand throughout Ireland as a singer. He has performed in oratorios such as Haydn’s The Seasons and The Creation, Bach’s B M inor Mass, M agnificat and Christmas Oratorio, Mozart’s Requiem, Faure’s Requiem and of course, Handel’s Messiah, while his operatic repertoire includes Britten’s Albert Herring and Menotti’s Am ahl and the Might Visitors. He has made several recordings such as Lennox Berkeley’s Stahat M ater and Patrick Cassidy’s Children o f L ir which has subsequently been broadcast on television throughout Europe. A former member of the RTE Chamber Choir and a former Lay Vicar Choral in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, contem poraiy classical music has featured strongly in Eugene’s repertoire to date, and he is particularly proud of his involvement as bass soloist in John Buckley’s M aynooth Te Deum with the NSOl under the baton of Colman Pearce. In recent years, Eugene has worked with most choirs in Ireland, among them the Guinness Choir, Culwick Choral Society, the Goethe Institute Choir, the combined choirs o f Maynooth College, and Dublin County Choir. This is Eugene’s second concert with R & R.

SHAYRON HOBBS Shayron began her training 14 months ago with Irene Sandford at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin. She is currently on a scholarship there, having been a prizewinner in the Vandaleur Academy Scholarship. She has taken masterclasses in opera and operetta with Paul Hamburger and Jane Gregson. In the 1997 Feis Ceoil in Dublin, Shayron won both the Dramatic Cup for her portrayal of Violetta in Verdi’s La Trauiata, and the ‘Rathmines & Rathgar Cup’ for her performance of Giuditta in Lehar’s Giuditta. Shayron has performed in concerts in St. Andrews and in Dublin at the RDS and the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She has sung with Opera Ireland in Puccini’s La Boheme and as soloist with the National Musical Theatre. A professional actress, Shayron is currently playing the role ofRossain RTE’s The Morbegs. She hasalso worked with the New Vic Theatre Company (London), and Feedback Theatre Company (Cork) as well as taking leads in vatrious musicals. In July she will present her first recital in Rosemary Street Church, Belfast.


PETER LEWIS Peter studied voice with the late Frank Cowle and won major competitions in the Feis Ceoil. He has sung many Gilbert & Sullivan roles including Pish-Tush and Pooh-Bah in The M ikado, and Leonard Merrill and Bosun in Yeomen and Pinafore respectively. He has appeared as a soloist in the Gay Byrne Gala Concerts and recent AIMS concerts at the NCH and Mansion House. Peter is an established member of the R & R and has played many leading roles with the society at the NCH and Gaiety Theatre. He is a soloist on the recent R & R recording Curtain Call. He played Marco in the Gondoliers in March 1996, also Don Cesar in PMS Galway’s production of Maritana.

ARTHUR McGAGRAN A rthur has been involved in over seventy musical productions since he started at the tender age of 17. In that tim e he was nominated for four AIMS Awards culminating in the Best Supporting Actor Award for Jud Fry in Oklahom a! His successes on stage include such parts as Jupiter in Orpheus in the Underworld, the King in The King and I, Joe in Show Boat and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, which is his favourite part. He has competed in four international festivals of light opera and has been the recipient of the Gold Medal for Bass Solo in the Feis Maitiu. In the last few years he has directed a number of musicals and was a founder member of the Celbridge Musical Society. Arthur played the part of Captain George Brackett in the R & R production of South Pacific in 1996.


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For Rathmines & Rathgar Musical Society President, Clem Ryan Chairman, Oliver Hill Honorary General Secretary, J o e Lane Honorary Treasurer, Ig. Lyons A ssistant Honorary Treasurer, Dodo O’Hagan Honorary Wardrobe Master, Arthur Salmon Honorary Wardrobe Mistress, Dympna Bevan Honorary Production Secretary, Brendan Galvin Honorary M arketing Secretary, Margaret Dickson Honorary B usiness Secretary, Joanne O’Hagan Honorary Press/Public Relations Officer, Mary Neville Honorary Social Secretary, Peter Fitzgerald H onorary Rehearsals Secretary, Michelle Foynes Honorary B ooking Secretary, May Hally Honorary B lock B ooking Secretary, Patrick Garton C asting and Co-ordinating C om m ittee Pat Campbell, Dympna Egar, Brendan Galvin, Dodo O’Hagan S o ciety Pianist: Niamh McDonough Honorary B ooking Secretary May Hally, Tel: 289 4216 Honorary B lock B ooking Secretary Patrick Garton

The Rathmines & Rathgar Musical Society acknowledges the support and sponsorship of the A.I.M.S. Awards and Adjudication Scheme by The First national Building Society.


Associate Membership T he R athm ines and Rathgar Musical Society invites you to becom e an Associate M ember. Very probably you are a regular supporter of our Shows, where you will have noticed the happy atm osphere which prevails in our Society; this is a tradition of over 80 years. O ur Associate M embers are an im portant and valued section of our Society, and for an Am yial Subscription of IRÂŁ50 enjoy significant benefits. 1. Two seats o f their choice to both of our A utum n and Spring presentations, at no charge. 2. Priority booking facilities for our Spring presentations in advance of the general public.

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3. Notification o f all social fiinctions during the year. 4. Associate M em bers take a m ajor role in the affairs of the Society; they elect two of their m embers to the Executive C om m ittee annually. T he Associate M em bers representatives are Mrs. B arbara G raham and Mr. Oliver Hill. T he crippling financial costs involved in presenting two Seasons o f shows each year could put the financial viability of the Society in jeopardy except for the loyal support of the active members, the associate m em bers, our friends and the public. For this we are very grateful. We would welcome you as an Associate Member.

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The Society w ould also like to acknowledge the generous support of The Ireland A m erica Fund.

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