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    W.S GILBERT AND ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S

    H.M.S. PINAFORE

    By alTangement with

    The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

  • N~S

    NEWBURY OPERATIC SOCIETY

    PRESENTS

    W.S GILBERT A~D ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S

    H.M.S. PINAFORE

    By arrangement with

    The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

    13th to 17th APRIL, 2004.

    at 7.30 pm

    Matinee - Saturday at 2.15 pm

    THE CORN EXCHANGE, NEWBURY

    Director - Jeanette Maskell

    Assistant Director - Sarah Scott

    Musical Director - Michael Evans

    e-mail: [email protected] ic24.net

    www.newburyoperaticsocicty.co.uk

    Newbury Operatic Society is a Registered Charity. No. 261370

    http:www.newburyoperaticsocicty.co.uk mailto:[email protected]

  • ORCHESTRA

    Violins

    Viola

    Cello

    Double Bass

    Flute

    Oboe

    Clarinets

    Bassoon

    Horn

    Tmmpets

    Trombone

    Percussion

    (Leader) RICHARD BRIGGS VERA CHARLWOOD CAROLE GARDNER FRED GILBERT

    JENNIFER TAYLOR

    CHRISTINE BAUGH

    JOHN BARHAM

    ALISON PICKERING

    SHEILA NICHOLS

    GEOFF KNAGGS CARMILLA STRANG

    ROY OLDHAM

    TOM BENNELLICK

    JOHN MARLOW SHELAGH WYTHE

    NICK KERSHAW

    CHARLES DALE

    SPONSORSHIP

    THE SOCIETY IS GRATEFUL TO THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR VERY

    GENEROUS SUPPORT AND SPONSORSHIP FOR THIS PRODUCTION.

    VODAPHONE PLC, THE COLEFAX CHARITABLE TRUST,

    MARTIN CLEVELAND PHOTOGRAPHY and

    Mr ALAN TEECE.

  • I

    H.M.S. Pinafore MUSICAL NUi'vIBERS

    ACT ONE

    ~ Overture I. We sail the ocean blue ........... . . " ....................................... Chorus

    2. Hai l! men o'war's men ................................................ Mrs Cripps

    oj 2a But tell me who's the youth ..... .......... Mrs Cripps & Boatswain 's mate

    3. The nightingale sighed for the moon 's brigbt ray .. .. .... Ralph & Chorus

    A maiden fair to sec ..... .. .... . .................. ......... .. .... ... ............ Ralph 4. My gallant crew, good morning ... . . ..... ...... Captain Corcoran & Chorus

    4a Sir, you are sad ................. .. ...... ... ........ Mrs Cripps & Captain Corcoran

    5. Sorry her lot who loves too well ....................................... Josephine

    6. Over the bright blue sea............ ....... .............. Chorus of Women

    7. Sir Joseph's barge is seen.... . ........... . . .............. Chorus of Sailors

    8. Now give three cheers ......... .......... Sir Joseph Porter, Captain Corcoran,

    COllsin Hebe & Chorus 9. When I was a lad............... ...... ... .. ... Sir Joseph Porter and Chorus

    9a For I hold that on the sea ... Sir Joseph Porter, Cousin Hebe and Chorus

    10 A British tar is a .......... Ralph. Carpenter 's Mate and Boatswain's mate

    II Refrain, audacious tar .................... .. .. ... .. ... ..... Josephine and Ralph

    12 Can [ survive the overbearing ................ Ralph, Deadeye, Cousin Hebe,

    Josephine and Chorus

    THERE WILL NOW BE A 5 MINUTE SEATED INTERVAL

    ACT TWO

    13 Fair moon, to thee I sing .......................... ....... . .. .. Captain Corcoran 14 Things are seldom what they seem ..... Mrs Cripps & Captain Corcoran IS The hours creep on apaee ...................... ..... ... .............. . Josephine 16 Never mind the why and wherefore ......... Josephine, Captain Corcoran

    and Sir Joseph Porter 17 Kind Captain , I've important information .............. ... Captain Corcoran

    & Deadeye

    18 Carefully on tiptoe stealing .......... . . ......... . ... ....... Soli and Chorus

    19 Farewell, my own ............... . . . . . ................. ..... Octet and Chorus

    20 A many years ago ........................... ........... Mrs Cripps and Chorus

    21 Oh joy! Oh rapture unforeseen ......... . .. .............. .................. .... Finale

  • BEHIND THE SCENES

    Director and Choreographer .............................. J eanette Maskell

    Assistant Director ....... .. ............ . .. . .... ...... . . ................ Sarah Scott

    Musical Director .................... ... ................. .......... . Michael Evans

    Producer ............. . ... . ................ ....... ................. . .... Bertha Bates

    Stage Manager .......................................... . ................. Ken Ling

    Lighting ..... : ........... ..... ................. .... ................ Richard Elliott

    Sound ................ . . . ........ . . .. ....... . . . .. . .. .. ..... .... The Corn Exchange

    Wardrobe .... ...... . ......... . . . ........ . ............................... Ann Harris

    Property ........ ..... .... . .. . ... .. ... , .. . . . . . . . . .. . .... . . ..... . . .... .. Gay Buchanan

    Make-up ...... . . ...... . ............ . ...... .... . . . . .. . . ..... . . . . . .... Teresa Butler

    Prompt .... .... ....... ... . ..... ... .. . ........... . ..... . .... ... .. John McKendrick

    Front of House .... .. .. .. .. .... ..... . .. . .......... . .... .. .......... Graham Swait

    Publicity ................................................. . ............. Bertha Bates

    Programme ....................................... .. . .. .............. Edward Dann

    Printers .... ................. ...... .... .. .... . .................. White Horse Press

    Photographs ............ . ................... . ... Martin Cleveland Photography

    Costumes .......... . ............................. Crescendo Costumes, Reading

    Scenery ..... .. .................. .. ... . . . .. . ...... . ..... Paul Lazell. Grays, Essex

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Stage Crew: Tim Allen, ASM ; Vicki Allen, Peter Brown,

    Robin Gent, Ray Wallaee-\Vatson, Nick Wellburn, Phil Williams.

    Property Assistants: Jonathan Butler, Roisin Wi.nston

    • Smoking is not permitted in the auditorium. • The use of cameras, recording equipment, mobile phones

    & pagers is strictly prohibited. • All gangways & corridors must be kept clear at aLI times

    including staircases.

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  • Our Past Productions

    The Gondoliers 1923 The Desen Song 1963 The Sound of Music 1983

    The Mikado 1924 • Die Fledennaus 1963 The De,ert Song 1983

    Iolanthe 1925 Oklahoma! 1964 Hal ra Sixpence 198q The Pirates of Penzance 1926 ' l1,C Merry Widow 1964 My Fair Lady 1%4 Trial By Jury 1926 White lIorse Inn 1965 The King and I 1985 The Ycomen of the Guard 1927 • La Belle Helene 1965 The "!erry Widow 1985

    Ruddiglln: 1928 Annie Get Your Gun 1966 Annie 1986

    Patience 1929 • Gi lbcll & Sullililll 1966 South Paei ftc 1986

    The Gondol iers 1930 Showboat 1967 Aladdin 198

    H.M.S. Pinafore and Tria l By Ju ry 1931 An hcnlng of Franz Lehar 1967 The Yeomen of the Guard 1987

    Dorothy 1932 The Merry Widoll 1968 Hans Andersen 19I\R

    LeI Cloches de Corn vi lle 1933 Cinderella 1969 Guys a)ld Dolls 1988

    The Mikado 1934 My Fair Lady 1969 Some Enchmucd E\ rning 1989 Merrie England 1935 Aladdin 1970 Fiddler on the Roof 1989

    The Vagabond King 1936 The New Moon 1970 Sullivan Supper and Song 1990

    Tom Jones 1937 Dick Whittington 197 1 The Pi ra tes of PCllzancc 1990

    The Pirates of I'enzance 1938 Calamity Jane 197 1 Old TYlne Musie Hall 199 1

    Ruddigon: 1939 The Wizard of Oz 1972 Annie Get Your Gun 199 1 The Gondoliers 1947 The Land of Smi les 1972 Grand Night For Singing 1992

    Merrie Eng.land 1948 The Sleeping Beauty 1973 The Dallcing Yc-t1rs 1992 Miss Hook of Holland 1949 The Gondoliers 1973 Thanks For The Memory 1993

    The Mikado 1950 The Sound of Music 1974 Iolanthe 1993

    The Yeomen of Ihe Guard 195 1 llrigadoon 1974 Oli ver! 1994

    The Gondoliers 1952 Robinson C"1>oe 1975 Carousel 1994

    The Desert Song 1953 Carousel 1975 The Sound of l"lusie 1995

    Rose Maric 1954 The King and I 1976 Kiss Me Kate 1995

    Torn Jones 1955 The Mikado 1976 Anni\! 1996

    The Vagabond King 1956 Viva Mex ico 1977 Ruddigorc 1996

    H.M.S. Pina fore and Tria ll3y Jury 1957 Orpheus in the Underworld 1977 The Wi7~lrd of Oz 1997

    Chu Chin Chow 1958 Oli"er 1978 Anvthin~ o GoesJ 1997, . * Merrie Engla nd 1958 Kiss Me Kate 1978 Die fledennaus 1997 The Quaker Girl 1959 Cinderella 1979 Me And My Girl 1998

    • Faust 1959 Die Fledcnnaus 1979 The Gondoliers 19n

    nlC Gipsy Baron 1960 The \rizard of Oz 1980 Gilbe" & Sullivan Concert 1999 *' Carmen 1960 Oklahoma! 1980 Camelot 1999

    South Paci ftc 1961 Camelot 198 1 The Mikado 2000

    • The Gondoliers 1961 Trial By Jury and H.M.S.Pinafore 1981 'vIy Fairlndy 200 1 Carousel 1962 Finianis Rainbow 1982 Oklahoma 2002

    • The Mikado 1962 Hello Dolly 1982 South Pad ftc 2003

    The Society wasformed in 1922 and is affiliated to the

    National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA)

  • H.M.S. PINAFORE

    lain Whittaker

    PRINCIPALS

    Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.8. .......... lain Whittaker

    Captain Corcoran ....................... Mike Cound

    Ralph Rackstraw ....................... Andy Spaak

    Dick Deadeye ......................... Jeremy Man