Pink Champagne 1970

Pink Champagne

by Johann STRAUSS

NAPIER OPERATIC SOCIETY

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Napier Operatic Society

Patron:   Mr E.G. COLLIER

Life Members:
Mrs M. SORRELL
Mrs H. COLLIER
Mrs W. QUARRIE
Mr C. WHITE
Mr E. COLLIER
Mr R. WRIGHT

– EXECUTIVE 1970 –

President:   Mr Noel Tolhurst

Vice-President:    Mr Bunny Unsworth

Mr John Collier
Mr Bob Dyer
Mr Digby Edgecombe
Mr Alan Jones
Mrs June Kauter
Mr Barry Parker
Mr Ian Reid

Secretary:   Mr Fred Twyford

1970 PRODUCTION

29 AUGUST – 12 SEPTEMBER
MUNICIPAL THEATRE NAPIER

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PRODUCER

JAMES MORGAN

Tremendous drive, enthusiasm and down-right hard work are what Strauss required of any producer who attempts his “Pink Champagne”. But, add to this patience and a creative insight and your producer is – James Morgan.

The confidence the Napier Operatic Society has in James was confirmed by his previous productions of “The Sound of Music” and “Camelot”.

Every member of this society is aware of his concern that “Pink Champagne” be top-line entertainment and we are confident you will have many happy and joyous memories of this production.

The society expresses its gratitude for all the long hours and untiring efforts James has given and we hope he will be able to produce for many years to come.

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MUSICAL DIRECTOR

CECIL FITZWATER

Well-known Napier personality Cecil Fitzwater is responsible for the musical side of our production. As musical director he is required to assemble and train the orchestra and to rehearse all principals and chorus.

Cecil brings a wealth of experience with him and his musical ability is known throughout New Zealand.

He has been associated with many other societies, bands, choirs and orchestras, for several years.
Although at times he may have been tempted to find other uses for his baton, the cast found it a pleasure to work under his direction.

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BALLET MISTRESS

LEIGH JONES
“Pink Champagne” offers Leigh Jones great opportunities to show her creative talents with the ballet. Strauss melodies are ideally suited for ballet, and we are sure you will be delighted with Leigh’s contribution to this production.

ADAPTORS’ NOTE
The adapters, Eric Maschwitz and Bernard Grun, were deeply conscious of their responsibility in making any alterations to such a masterpiece as “Die Fledermaus”. Revision has been confined to making the action a little clearer and more consecutive. All the famous numbers have been retained and where feasible, chorus parts have been added since from the operatic societies’ point of view, one of the principal shortcomings of “Die Fledermaus” has always been the small amount of work provided for the ensemble. Having confessed to these (they hope) minor pieces of vandalism the adaptors leave “Pink Champagne” – the revised “Die Fledermaus” – to your generous consideration.

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PINK CHAMPAGNE

The story is set in Vienna on a spring morning 1874, at the apartment of Rosalinda and Gabriel Eisenstein.

Rosalinda has a new admirer, Alfred, a singer from the State Opera, who has just arrived to serenade her.

Gabriel, the wayward husband, is thought to be abed. But no.

This “ladies man” has been out all night with his best friend Dr Falke and still hasn’t arrived home!

He’s forgotten that today is his 10th wedding anniversary and that his darling wife has remembered it – with a new smoking cap and jacket for him.

Gabriel the gay blade, in a recent escapade after a fancy dress ball, tipped FaIke into a local fountain. FaIke dressed in the costume of a bat (Die Fledermaus) came out of the fountain very wet and very angry.

The public of Vienna were amused, but not so the law. Gabriel was caught and tonight he’s off to jail for disturbing the peace.
FaIke would never think of having revenge on Gabriel – or would he?

Gabriel arrives home to his now not-so-adoring wife and later receives a call from FaIke who brings with him an invitation to the event of the year, Prince Orlovsky’s Pink Champagne Ball. Gabriel cannot attend – remember the prison sentence? “Why not go and enjoy yourself and report to the jail at midnight,” says FaIke.

A grand idea – this party is not one to be missed!

FaIke also has an invitation for Rosalinda which he gives after Gabriel has left.

Adele, the maid of the household, receives three visitors who are going to the ball and they have come to press Adele to attend with them.

Adele, alas, must stay to console her mistress who is outwardly dejected that her husband is to be incarcerated. But wait – she’ll get there somehow!

That evening, alone, Rosalinda becomes indescreet [indiscreet]; she receives her admirer Alfred who, although a nuisance, is company. He presses his suit and is progressing well, but is suddenly disturbed by Frank, the Governor of the jail, who has come to arrest Gabriel early, so that he also may attend the Ball.

Alfred, dressed in the husband’s smoking jacket and cap, is caught in flagrante and is honourable enough not to disgrace Rosalinda. He is therefore taken for Gabriel and off to jail he goes.

Now the rest of us can go to Prince Orlovsky’s Ball! What a night! Pink Champagne! There we find Orlovsky looking ever so bored.

And Gabriel is there with his beautiful chiming watch which he uses to beguile the young ladies – it’s never failed him yet.

There’s a beauty from the State Theatre, Mademoiselle Olga, gowned to perfection – but doesn’t she remind you of Adele?

And who is the Hungarian beauty in the mask? Could it be Rosalinda?

FaIke is there, and haven’t we seen this Chevalier Chagrin somewhere before? He looks much like the prison governor.

Enough, why concern ourselves, Vienna in the spring is made for dancing, happiness and pink champagne

Somehow, there’s still a secret smile on Dr Falke’s face.

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JUNE KAUTER

WARDROBE

Behind this show June Kauter has been busy with her band of dressmakers, all costumes on stage are the product of their wonderful effort.

As wardrobe mistress June has designed and assembled yards and yards of colourful materials,measured and re-measured each and everyone in the cast, altered suits, hats, costumes, capes, uniforms and what-have-you. Being wardrobe mistress for such a show is a tremendous task. Our thanks to June and her helpers.

CEDRIC WHITE

LIGHTING

Lighting plays as important part in the production of any show. For some time now Cedric White has designed the lighting effects for this society.

He has accepted this responsibility cheerfully and patiently. There is no other man in Hawke’s Bay with similar ability in lighting a musical to bring out the best in costumes and scenery and interpreting mood with lights.

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SCENE DESIGN

JOHN COLLIER

Luckily for the society it has as its anchor for scene design, construction supervision and stage management, John Collier. John modelled and supervised the building of all scenery in “Pink Champagne”. This has been no small task and with at least 20 skilled assistants many long and hard hours of work have produced what you see on stage. As with “Camelot” John and his construction team have established an unequalled standard. The construction crew is the backbone of this society and under John’s leadership they are creating a solid foundation for the society’s future.

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DAWN UNSWORTH
Almost 11 years ago to the day Dawn played “Rosalinda’ ‘in the Auckland Light Opera Company’s production of “Pink Champagne”. She has taken leading parts in musicals in either Napier, Hastings, Hamilton or Auckland every year since that time. She has sung as soloist with choral societies and orchestras and most recently she was soprano soloist in the “Creation”. In her spare time she also teaches singing. Her other loves are floral art and, of course, her family.

GRANT GOODWIN
Wellington-born Grant is a newcomer to this society, but not to stage work. A pupil of the late Silvio Truda he gained first stage experience with Karori Dramatic Society. A pleasant vocalist. Grant is coming into demand as a singer at public engagements.

PAT BOWEN
Pat also comes to us from Wellington, where she learnt singing as a pupil of the late Lazio Rogatsy.
She has taken leads in “Pirates of Penzance”, “Tom Jones”, “The Boyfriend” and “The Maid of the Mountains”. Her lyrical soprano voice will, we hope, be heard more often in musicals for this society.

BUDDY COLLINS
For his role of Lancelot in “Camelot”, Buddy was accorded well-earned acclaim. We feel he will add further lustre to his already proven stage ability by his performance as Alfred, a part that is most demanding.

ANTHONY BEWLEY
A King in “Amahl” was Anthony’s first performance for this society. He has a fine, controlled, singing voice and we welcome him back to the society in the role of Frank.

PETER MACKIE
Peter is vice-president of the Hastings Group Theatre. He played Merlyn for this society in “Camelot” last year. He is one of the solid core of actors in Hawke’s Bay who is in demand by a number of societies.

CAMPBELL SOUTER
Campbell was born in Napier, but moved to Auckland at an early age. Since returning he has been part-time choir master for the Baptist Church. Campbell plays it tough by laying concrete in his spare time.

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Pink Champagne

DAWN UNSWORTH, Rosalinda

GRANT GOODWIN,
Gabriel

PAT BOWEN,
Adele

PETER MACKIE,
Dr Falke

BUDDY COLLINS,
Alfred

ANTHONY BEWLEY,
Frank

CAMPBELL SOUTTER [SOUTER],
Prince Orlovsky

Pages 10 and 11

NAPIER OPERATIC SOCIETY

PINK CHAMPAGNE

By JOHANN STRAUSS

ADAPTED BY
ERIC MASCHWITZ
and
BERNARD GRUN

PRODUCER
JAMES MORGAN

MUSICAL DIRECTOR
CECIL FITZWATER

CHOREOGRAPHY
LEIGH JONES

THE SCENES
The play takes place in Vienna in 1874.

ACT I
Scene 1: Eisenstein apartment, morning.
Scene 2: Cafe Trauber, early evening.
Scene 3: Eisenstein apartment, late evening

ACT II
Orlovsky Palace, 2 a.m.

ACT III
Anteroom of a city jail, dawn

THE CAST

MITZI   GLENYS JENKINS
ADELE   PAT BOWEN
IDA   CLARICE THEW
LEA   MARILYN MOLLRING
LILLI   JEANETTE JAMIESON
ROSALINDA   DAWN UNSWORTH
GABRIEL   GRANT GOODWIN
ALFRED   BUDDY COLLINS
Dr FALKE   PETER MACKIE
Dr BLIND   ALBERT BARKER
Frau TRAUBER   MARILYN KALMAN
FRANK   ANTHONY BEWLEY
FROSCH   BUNNY UNSWORTH
ORLOVSKY   CAMPBELL SOUTER
IVAN   DIGBY EDGECOMBE
HOLTZAPFEL   MALCOLM KENAH

CHORUS

LADIES – Diana Stewart, Tessa Cartwright, Sally Parris, Pam Fraser, Colleen Anderson, Jill Williams, Jean Campbell, Stella Mason, Audrey London, Marilyn Kalman, Glenys Jenkins.

MEN – Peter Ryan [?], Ken Rieper, John Simmonds, Digby Edgecombe, Albert Barker, Hugh Sweeney, Malcolm Kenah, Doug Cook.

CORPS DE BALLET
– Iris Springer, Lynda Poynter, Deidre Jones, Gaynor Saxon, Pam Russell, Josephine Hepburn.

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THE NUMBERS

Overture   Orchestra

ACT I

Bird of Beauty   Alfred and Chorus
What a Ball   Adele, Ida, Lea, Lilli, Mitzi, Chorus
Reprise:   What a Night Rosalinda and Adele
When it’s Springtime in Vienna   Rosalind and Chorus
Go to Law, Go to Ruin   Rosalinda Gabriel and Falke
Reprise: What a Ball   Gabriel and Falke
Reprise: Springtime in Vienna   Chorus
To you I raise a Glass of Wine   Alfred, Trauber and Chorus
Poor Lonely Wife Rosalinda,   Gabriel and Chorus
(a) Take a glass of Sparkling Wine
(b) Although We’re Minions of the Law
(c) If Late One Ev’ning You Should See

ACT II

Opening    Chorus
Chancun[Chacun] a Son Gout   Orlovsky, Adele, Ida, Lilli, Lea and Chorus
It Really Is Amusing   Orlovsky, Falke, Adele, Gabriel and Chorus
Lilt of Gypsy Music   Rosalinda, Chorus, Ballet
Polka de Paree   Gabriel, Frank, Adele, Ida, Lea and Lili [Lilli]
I’m in Heaven   Gabriel and Rosalinda
Second Finale   Falke, Orlovsky, Frank, Gabriel, Rosalinda, Adele, Chorus, Ballet
(a) Pink Champagne
(b) Brother Mine
(c) Blue Danube Ballet
(d) Oh, What a Night

ACT III

Opening   Alfred and Warders
Perpetuum Mobile   Frank and Ballet
Coy Village Charmer   Adele, Ida, Lilli, Lea
In This Situation   Rosalinda, Alfred, Gabriel
Third Finale   The Company
Finale Ultimo   The Company

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THE ORCHESTRA

Conductor:  C. Fitzwater

Piano:   C. Julier

Violins: 
E. Dunn
A. Rae
C. Jukes
M. Smith
W. Bickerstaff

Viola:   A. Morris

Cello:  J. Palmer

Bass:
C. Howell
L. Speakman

Flute: E. Hocking

Clarinets:
A. Thorpe
A. Meakin

Trumpets:
S. Boston
P. Allen

Trombones:
D. Robinson
K. Robinson

French Horn: M. Winter

Drums – Timpani: J. Seton

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CLARICE THEW,
Ida

MARILYN MOLLRING,
Lea

JEANETTE JAMIESON,
Lilli

BUNNY UNSWORTH,
Frosch

ALBERT BARKER,
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GLENIS JENKINS,
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The Ballet: Iris Springer, Lynda Poynter, Deidre Jones, Gaynor Saxon, Pam Russell, Josephine Hepburn.

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Mens Chorus: Peter Allen, Ken Rieper, John Simmonds, Digby Edgecombe, Hugh Sweeney, Malcolm Kenah, Doug Cook.

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Ladies Chorus: Tessa Cartwright, Sally Parris, Pam Fraser, Colleen Anderson, Jill Williams, Audrey London, Glenys Jenkins, Marilyn Kalman. Absent: Diana Stewart, Stella Mason.

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WIN QUARRIE
Publicly we acknowledge our debt to Win. For 17 years she has been pianist for this society and we hope her memories of rehearsals and shows well done will keep her happy in the knowledge that we have always relied on and loved her. Although now retired she has again rehearsed several of our principals this year. It was with a sense of pride that the society paid her this year its highest tribute, Honorary Life Membership.

PIANIST – CHRISTINE JULIER
The duties of pianist are long hours of repetition at rehearsals and a thorough knowledge of music.To Christine Julier, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., our thanks for her patient understanding and cheerful manner in this most important position.

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Production Personnel

Producer
James Morgan
Musical Director
Cecil Fitzwater

Stage Manager
John Collier

Ballet Mistress
Leigh Jones

House Manager
Noel Tolhurst

Wardrobe Mistress
June Kauter

Lighting Designer
Cedric White

Rehearsal Pianist
Christine Julier

Asst Stage Manager
Alan Jones

Mechanist
Barry Parker

Property Master
Ian Reid

Sound Technicians
Alan Govan
Bruce Pain

Make up
Gwyn Ace
Gillian Davies
Kathy Reiper

Head Flyman
Bob Dyer

Publicity
Fred Twyford

Programme
Bunny Unsworth

Construction
Barry Parker
Mike Hyde
Bob Dyer
Alan Jones
Ian Reid
Don Hurley
Barry Browne
Brian Clark
Robin Le Comte
Rex Sinton
Selwyn Wakefield
Keith Jones
Bruce Macauley
Robin Johnson
Wayne Lemon
Doug Ramsay
Brian Wright
Jill Girvan (Sec.)

Librarian
Digby Edgecombe

Photographer
Ross McKelvie of Hursts Studios

Publicity
Noel Tolhurst
Bunny Unsworth

Stage Crew
Mike Hyde
Selwyn Wakefield
Don Hurley
Rex Sinton
Bruce Macaulay
Wayne Lemon
Doug Ramsay
Brian Wright

Fly Staff
Barry Browne
Brian Clarke
Keith Jones

Properties
Pauline Gollop
Cynthia Tiffen
Robin Le Comte
Glenda Beirne
Christine Brown
Kathy Hurndell
Bob Wright

Wardrobe
Moira Bewley
Sylvia Brown
Sue Collier
Gillian Davies
Nancy Jones
Leith Morgan
Kathryn Rieper
Eunice Simmonds
Gillian Wilton
Joan Harper
Marilyn Kalman
Tessa Cartwrigh
Dawn Unsworth and the Cast

Ballet Costumes
Mary Johnson

Dressers
Doretta Hunt
Moira Bewle
Pat Bishop
Mary Blair
Sylvia Brown
Julie Church
Joan Harper
Pat Hayden
Leeanne Harrison
Nancy Jones
Sybil Reay
Dale Reid
Minnie Finnemore
Kay Nicholson
Marjorie Earney

Hair Dresser
Jane Wakefield

Prompts
Robyn Little
Sheryl Smith

Electricians
Ira Owen
Les Dunnett
Jack Savage

Call Stewards
James Paxie
Tony Unsworth
Christine Romans

Front of House Staff
F. Twyford
N. Hatton
B. Wilton
I. McLean
R. McLean
B. Breen
E. Nicie

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Misses –
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M. Hayden
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B. Gibbs
J. Whitley
G. Thompson
S. McLean
S. Neal
S. Welch
B. Lett

Programmes
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J. Houston
S. Unsworth
B. Orange

Catering
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Stephanie Newell
Bernadette Rodden

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Page 1

Pink Champagne

by Johann STRAUSS

NAPIER OPERATIC SOCIETY

Page 2

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Napier Operatic Society

Patron: Mr E.G. COLLIER

Life Members: Mrs M. SORRELL

Mrs H. COLLIER

Mrs W. QUARRIE

Mr C. WHITE

Mr E. COLLIER

Mr R. WRIGHT

– EXECUTIVE 1970 –

President: Mr Noel Tolhurst

Vice-President: Mr Bunny Unsworth

Mr John Collier

Mr Bob Dyer

Mr Digby Edgecombe

Mr Alan Jones

Mrs June Kauter

Mr Barry Parker

Mr Ian Reid

Secretary: Mr Fred Twyford

1970 PRODUCTION

29 AUGUST-12 SEPTEMBER

MUNICIPAL THEATRE NAPIER

Page 4

PRODUCER

JAMES MORGAN

Tremendous drive, enthusiasm and down-right hard work are what Strauss required of any producer who attempts his “Pink Champagne”. But, add to this patience and a creative insight and your producer is – James Morgan.

The confidence the Napier Operatic Society has in James was confirmed by his previous productions of “The Sound of Music” and “Camelot”.

Every member of this society is aware of his concern that “Pink Champagne” be top-line entertainment and we are confident you will have many happy and joyous memories of this production.

The society expresses its gratitude for all the long hours and untiring efforts James has given and we hope he will be able to produce for many years to come.

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MUSICAL DIRECTOR

CECIL FITZWATER

Well-known Napier personality Cecil Fitzwater is responsible for the musical side of our production. As musical director he is required to assemble and train the orchestra and to rehearse all

principals and chorus.

Cecil brings a wealth of experience with him and his musical ability is known throughout New Zealand.

He has been associated with many other societies, bands, choirs and orchestras, for several years.

Although at times he may have been tempted to find other uses for his baton, the cast found it a

pleasure to work under his direction.

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Page 6

BALLET MISTRESS

LEIGH JONES

“Pink Champagne” offers Leigh Jones great opportunities to show her creative talents with the ballet. Strauss melodies are ideally suited for ballet, and we are sure you will be delighted with Leigh’s contribution to this production.

ADAPTORS’ NOTE

The adapters, Eric Maschwitz and Bernard Grun, were deeply conscious of their responsibility

in making any alterations to such a masterpiece as “Die Fledermaus”.

Revision has been confined to making the action a little clearer and more consecutive. All the famous numbers have been retained and where feasible, chorus parts have been added since from

the operatic societies’ point of view, one of the principal shortcomings of “Die Fledermaus”

has always been the small amount of work provided for the ensemble. Having confessed

to these (they hope) minor pieces of vandalism the adaptors leave “Pink Champagne” –

the revised “Die Fledermaus” – to your generous consideration.

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PINK CHAMPAGNE

The story is set in Vienna on a spring morning 1874, at the apartment of Rosalinda and Gabriel Eisenstein.

Rosalinda has a new admirer, Alfred, a singer from the State Opera, who has just arrived to serenade her. Gabriel, the wayward husband, is thought to be abed. But no

This “ladies man” has been out all night with his best friend Dr Falke and still hasn’t arrived home!

He’s forgotten that today is his 10th wedding anniversary and that his darling wife has remembered it – with a new smoking cap and jacket for him.

Gabriel the gay blade, in a recent escapade after a fancy dress ball, tipped FaIke into a local fountain. FaIke dressed in the costume of a bat (Die Fledermaus) came out of the fountain very wet and very angry.

The public of Vienna were amused, but not so the law. Gabriel was caught and tonight he’s off to jail for disturbing the peace.

FaIke would never think of having revenge on Gabriel – or would he?

Gabriel arrives home to his now not-so-adoring wife and later receives a call from FaIke who brings with him an invitation to the event of the year, Prince Orlovsky’s Pink Champagne Ball.

Gabriel cannot attend – remember the prison sentence? “Why not go and enjoy yourself and report to the jail at midnight,” says FaIke. A grand idea – this party is not one to be missed!

FaIke also has an invitation for Rosalinda which he gives after Gabriel has left.

Adele, the maid of the household, receives three visitors who are going to the ball and they have come to press Adele to attend with them.

Adele, alas, must stay to console her mistress who is outwardly dejected that her husband is to be incarcerated. But wait – she’ll get there somehow!

That evening, alone, Rosalinda becomes indescreet [indiscreet]; she receives her admirer Alfred who, although a nuisance, is company. He presses his suit and is progressing well, but is suddenly disturbed by Frank, the Governor of the jail, who has come to arrest Gabriel early, so that he also may attend the Ball.

Alfred, dressed in the husband’s smoking jacket and cap, is caught in flagrante and is honourable enough not to disgrace Rosalinda.

He is therefore taken for Gabriel and off to jail he goes. Now the rest of us can go to Prince Orlovsky’s Ball! What a night! Pink Champagne! There we find Orlovsky looking ever so bored.

And Gabriel is there with his beautiful chiming watch which he uses to beguile the young ladies – it’s never failed him yet. There’s a beauty from the State Theatre, Mademoiselle Olga, gowned to perfection – but doesn’t she remind you of Adele?

And who is the Hungarian beauty in the mask? Could it be Rosalinda? FaIke is there, and haven’t we seen this Chevalier Chagrin somewhere before?

He looks much like the prison governor. Enough, why concern ourselves, Vienna in the spring is made for dancing, happiness and pink champagne

Somehow, there’s still a secret smile on Dr Falke’s face.

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JUNE KAUTER

WARDROBE

Behind this show June Kauter has been busy with her band of dressmakers, all costumes on stage are the product of their wonderful effort.

As wardrobe mistress June has designed and assembled yards and yards of colourful materials,measured and re-measured each and everyone in the cast, altered suits, hats, costumes, capes, uniforms and what-have-you. Being wardrobe mistress for such a show is a tremendous task.

Our thanks to June and her helpers.

CEDRIC WHITE

LIGHTING

Lighting plays as important part in the production of any show. For some time now Cedric White has designed the lighting effects for this society.

He has accepted this responsibility cheerfully and patiently. There is no other man in Hawke’s Bay with similar ability in lighting a musical to bring out the best in costumes and scenery and interpreting mood with lights.

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SCENE DESIGN

JOHN COLLIER

Luckily for the society it has as its anchor for scene design, construction supervision and stage management, John Collier. John modelled and supervised the building of all scenery in “Pink

Champagne”. This has been no small task and with at least 20 skilled assistants many long and hard hours of work have produced what you see on stage. As with “Camelot” John and his construction

team have established an unequalled standard. The construction crew is the backbone of this society

and under John’s leadership they are creating a solid foundation for the society’s future.

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DAWN UNSWORTH

Almost 11 years ago to the day Dawn played “Rosalinda’ ‘in the Auckland Light Opera Company’s production of “Pink Champagne”. She has taken leading parts in musicals in either Napier, Hastings, Hamilton or Auckland every year since that time. She has sung as soloist with choral societies and orchestras and most recently she was soprano soloist in the “Creation”. In her spare time she also teaches singing. Her other loves are floral art and, of course, her family.

GRANT GOODWIN

Wellington-born Grant is a newcomer to this society, but not to stage work. A pupil of the late Silvio Truda he gained first stage experience with Karori Dramatic Society. A pleasant vocalist. Grant is coming into demand as a singer at public engagements.

PAT BOWEN

Pat also comes to us from Wellington, where she learnt singing as a pupil of the late Lazio Rogatsy.

She has taken leads in “Pirates of Penzance”, “Tom Jones”, “The Boyfriend” and “The Maid of the Mountains”. Her lyrical soprano voice will, we hope, be heard more often in musicals for this society.

BUDDY COLLINS

For his role of Lancelot in “Camelot”, Buddy was accorded well-earned acclaim. We feel he will add further lustre to his already proven stage ability by his performance as Alfred, a part that is

most demanding.

ANTHONY BEWLEY

A King in “Amahl” was Anthony’s first performance for this society. He has a fine, controlled, singing voice and we welcome him back to the society in the role of Frank.

PETER MACKIE

Peter is vice-president of the Hastings Group Theatre. He played Merlyn for this society in “Camelot” last year. He is one of the solid core of actors in Hawke’s Bay who is in demand by a number of societies.

CAMPBELL SOUTER

Campbell was born in Napier, but moved to Auckland at an early age. Since returning he has been part-time choir master for the Baptist Church. Campbell plays it tough by laying concrete in his

spare time.

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Pink Champagne

DAWN UNSWORTH, Rosalinda

GRANT GOODWIN, Gabriel

PAT BOWEN, Adele

PETER MACKIE, Dr Falke

BUDDY COLLINS, Alfred

ANTHONY BEWLEY, Frank

CAMPBELL SOUTTER [SOUTER], Prince Orlovsky

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NAPIER OPERATIC SOCIETY

PINK CHAMPAGNE

By JOHANN STRAUSS

By JOHANN STRAUSS

ADAPTED BY

ERIC MASCHWITZ

and

BERNARD GRUN

PRODUCER

JAMES MORGAN

MUSICAL DIRECTOR

CECIL FITZWATER

CHOREOGRAPHY

LEIGH JONES

THE SCENES

The play takes place in Vienna in 1874.

ACT I

Scene 1: Eisenstein apartment, morning.

Scene 2: Cafe Trauber, early evening.

Scene 3: Eisenstein apartment, late evening

ACT II

Orlovsky Palace, 2 a.m.

ACT III

Anteroom of a city jail, dawn

THE CAST

MITZI GLENYS JENKINS

ADELE PAT BOWEN

IDA CLARICE THEW

LEA MARILYN MOLLRING

LILLI JEANETTE JAMIESON

ROSALINDA DAWN UNSWORTH

GABRIEL GRANT GOODWIN

ALFRED BUDDY COLLINS

Dr FALKE PETER MACKIE

Dr BLIND ALBERT BARKER

Frau TRAUBER MARILYN KALMAN

FRANK ANTHONY BEWLEY

FROSCH BUNNY UNSWORTH

ORLOVSKY CAMPBELL SOUTER

IVAN DIGBY EDGECOMBE

HOLTZAPFEL MALCOLM KENAH

CHORUS

LADIES – Diana Stewart, Tessa Cartwright, Sally Parris, Pam Fraser, Colleen Anderson, Jill Williams, Jean Campbell, Stella Mason, Audrey London, Marilyn Kalman, Glenys

Jenkins.

MEN – Peter Ryan [?], Ken Rieper, John Simmonds, Digby Edgecombe, Albert Barker, Hugh Sweeney, Malcolm Kenah, Doug Cook.

CORPS DE BALLET

Iris Springer, Lynda Poynter, Deidre Jones, Gaynor Saxon, Pam Russell, Josephine Hepburn,.

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THE NUMBERS

Overture Orchestra

ACT I

Bird of Beauty Alfred and Chorus

What a Ball Adele, Ida, Lea, Lilli, Mitzi, Chorus

Reprise: What a Night Rosalinda and Adele

When it’s Springtime in Vienna Rosalind and Chorus

Go to Law, Go to Ruin Rosalinda Gabriel and Falke

Reprise: What a Ball Gabriel and Falke

Reprise: Springtime in Vienna Chorus

To you I raise a Glass of Wine Alfred, Trauber and Chorus

Poor Lonely Wife Rosalinda, Gabriel and Chorus

(a) Take a glass of Sparkling Wine

(b) Although We’re Minions of the Law

(c) If Late One Ev’ning You Should See

ACT II

Opening chorus

Chancun [Chacun] a Son Gout Orlovsky, Adele, Ida, Lilli, Lea and Chorus

It Really Is Amusing Orlovsky, Falke, Adele, Gabriel and Chorus

Lilt of Gypsy Music Rosalinda, Chorus, Ballet

Polka de Paree Gabriel, Frank, Adele, Ida, Lea and Lili [Lilli]

I’m in Heaven Gabriel and Rosalinda

Second Finale Falke, Orlovsky, Frank, Gabriel, Rosalinda, Adele, Chorus, Ballet

(a) Pink Champagne

(b) Brother Mine

(c) Blue Danube Ballet

(d) Oh, What a Night

ACT III

Opening Alfred and Warders

Perpetuum Mobile Frank and Ballet

Coy Village Charmer Adele, Ida, Lilli, Lea

In This Situation Rosalinda, Alfred, Gabriel

Third Finale The Company

Finale Ultimo The Company

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THE ORCHESTRA

Conductor: C. Fitzwater

Piano: C. Julier

Violins:

E. Dunn

A. Rae

C. Jukes

M. Smith

W. Bickerstaff

Viola: A. Morris

Cello: J. Palmer

Bass: C. Howell

L. Speakman

Flute: E. Hocking

Clarinets:

A. Thorpe

A. Meakin

Trumpets:

S. Boston

P. Allen

Trombones:

D. Robinson

K. Robinson

French Horn: M. Winter

Drums – Timpani: J. Seton

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CLARICE THEW,

Ida

MARILYN MOLLRING,

Lea

JEANETTE JAMIESON,

Lilli

BUNNY UNSWORTH,

Frosch

ALBERT BARKER,

Blind

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Mitzi

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The Ballet: Iris Springer, Lynda Poynter, Deidre Jones, Gaynor Saxon, Pam Russell, Josephine Hepburn.

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Mens Chorus: Peter Allen, Ken Rieper, John Simmonds, Digby Edgecombe, Hugh Sweeney, Malcolm Kenah, Doug Cook.

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Ladies Chorus: Tessa Cartwright, Sally Parris, Pam Fraser, Colleen Anderson, Jill Williams, Audrey London, Glenys Jenkins, Marilyn Kalman. Absent: Diana Stewart, Stella Mason.

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WIN QUARRIE

Publicly we acknowledge our debt to Win. For 17 years she has been pianist for this society and we hope her memories of rehearsals and shows well done will keep her happy in the knowledge that we have always relied on and loved her. Although now retired she has again rehearsed several of our

principals this year. It was with a sense of pride that the society paid her this year its highest tribute, Honorary Life Membership.

PIANIST- CHRISTINE JULIER

The duties of pianist are long hours of repetition at rehearsals and a thorough knowledge of music.

To Christine Julier, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., our thanks for her patient understanding and cheerful

manner in this most important position.

MAKE UP

Character, mood, freshness, and expression are governed on stage by the result of the knowledge which a small team of make up experts ply their craft. We commend their work for your generous consideration.

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Production Personnel

Producer

James Morgan

Musical Director

Cecil Fitzwater

Stage Manager

John Collier

Ballet Mistress

Leigh Jones

House Manager

Noel Tolhurst

Wardrobe Mistress

June Kauter

Lighting Designer

Cedric White

Rehearsal Pianist

Christine Julier

Asst Stage Manager

Alan Jones

Mechanist

Barry Parker

Property Master

Ian Reid

Sound Technicians

Alan Govan

Bruce Pain

Make up

Gwyn Ace

Gillian Davies

Kathy Reiper

Head Flyman

Bob Dyer

Publicity

Fred Twyford

Programme

Bunny Unsworth

Construction

Barry Parker

Mike Hyde

Bob Dyer

Alan Jones

Ian Reid

Don Hurley

Barry Browne

Brian Clark

Robin Le Comte

Rex Sinton

Selwyn Wakefield

Keith Jones

Bruce Macauley

Robin Johnson

Wayne Lemon

Doug Ramsay

Brian Wright

Jill Girvan (Sec.)

Librarian

Digby Edgecombe

Photographer

Ross McKelvie of Hursts Studios

Publicity

Noel Tolhurst

Bunny Unsworth

Stage Crew

Mike Hyde

Selwyn Wakefield

Don Hurley

Rex Sinton

Bruce Macaulay

Wayne Lemon

Doug Ramsay

Brian Wright

Fly Staff

Barry Browne

Brian Clarke

Keith Jones

Properties

Pauline Gollop

Cynthia Tiffen

Robin Le Comte

Glenda Beirne

Christine Brown

Kathy Hurndell

Bob Wright

Wardrobe

Moira Bewley

Sylvia Brown

Sue Collier

Gillian Davies

Nancy Jones

Leith Morgan

Kathryn Rieper

Eunice Simmonds

Gillian Wilton

Joan Harper

Marilyn Kalman

Tessa Cartwright

Dawn Unsworth and the Cast

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Dressers

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Moira Bewley

Pat Bishop

Mary Blair

Sylvia Brown

Julie Church

Joan Harper

Pat Hayden

Leeanne Harrison

Nancy Jones

Sybil Reay

Dale Reid

Minnie Finnemore

Kay Nicholson

Marjorie Earney

Hair Dresser

Jane Wakefield

Prompts

Robyn Little

Sheryl Smith

Electricians

Ira Owen

Les Dunnett

Jack Savage

Call Stewards

James Paxie

Tony Unsworth

Christine Romans

Front of House Staff

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Programmes

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