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THE PAUL D. SCHREIBER HIGH SCHOOL 
Department of the Performing Arts 



presents 


THE SMASH HIT MUSICAL COMEDY 
IN THE MANNER OF THE 20’S 


"IDE m FRIEND 


JX5K, SANDY WILSON 


Directed by 

Don E. Jones 


Choreography by Musical Direction by 

Darwin Knight Jerald B. Stone 


Set Design by 

Richard Ventre 


Lighting Design by 

Leslie Robinson 


CAST 


Maisie 

Dulcie 



Pauline 

Polly Browne 
Madame Dubonnet 
Hortense 

Bobby van Husen 


Jane Bergida 
Kim Morgan 
Fran Altchuler 
Michele Irvin 
Carol LaBue 
Jan Baudendistel 
Melissa Mann 
Susan Quittmeyer 
Marty Hopkins 
David Monzione 


Percival Browne 
Tony 

Lord Brockhurst 

Lady Brockhurst 

Marcel 

Pierre 

Alphonse 

Jean 

Robert 


Ken Hof 
David Minkow 
Doug Block 
Lee Jonath 
Drew Mendoza 
Richard Smith 
Tom Adler 

George Humphreys, Jr. 
Steve Best 


SCENES AND MUSICAL NUMBERS 


Act I - The Drawing Room of the Villa 
on the outskirts of Nice. 

Perfect Young Ladies 
The Boy Friend 
Won’t You Charleston? 

Fancy Forgetting You 
I Could Be Happy With You 
Finale Act I 


Caprice, Madame Dubonnet’s Finishing School 

Hortense and girls 

Polly, girls and boys 

Bobby and Maisie 

Madame Dubonnet and Percival 

Tony and Polly 

Chorus 


Act II- The Plage. The same afternoon. 


Sur La Plage 
A Room in Bloomsbury 
You Don’t Want to Play 
Safety in Numbers 
Finale Act II 


Dulcie, Nancy and chorus 
Tony and Polly 

Mme. Dubonnet , Percy and girls 
M aisie and boys 
Tony and Polly 


Act III The Terrace of the Cafe Pataplon in Nice. The same night. 


The Riviera 
N ever Too Late 
Poor Little Pierrette 
Finale Act III 


Bobby, Maisie, boys and girls 
Lord Brockhurst and Dulcie 
Madame Dubonnet and Polly 
All 


PRODUCTION STAFF 


Stage Manager 

Michael Bernstein 

M akeu p 

Mary Meagher, chairman 

Stage Crew 

Gifford Calenda 

Terri Goldrich 


Peter Cravath 


Sue Lesser 


Erik Haselbach 


Mindy Leiner 


Jeff Hicks 


Missy Meell 


Eric Lipman 


Marsha Moskowitz 

Lighting 

Roy LaBuc, captain 


Laura Peck 


Mark Salerno 

Costum es 

Janet Flowers, chairman 


Andy Vogel 


Sue Joscnhans 


Dan Bartlett 


Linda Masarik 


Gene Stival 


Karen Palasek 

Props 

Naomi Nissen, chairman 


Aline Smith 


Karen Dildilian 

Ticke ts 

Redding O’Shea, chairman 


Anne Noble 


Jim Persons 


Cathy Stoecker 


Sue Schachat 

U shers 

Debbie Unterman 


Peter Castine 

Celerity 

Set Construction 

Play Production Class 


ORCHESTRA 


Neil Rynston 

clarinet 

Betsy 

Levin 

violin 

Robert Hiller 

bass clarinet 

Mary 

Wilson 

violin 

Arthur Falkowitz 

alto saxophone and clarinet 

Steve 

Wood 

violin 

Robert Manso 

trumpet 

Steve 

Kaim 

violin 

Steve Oldford 

percussion 

Ellen 

Minkow 

violin 

Connie Gowen 

oells 

Anita 

Lack 

violin 

Jerald Stone 

piano 

Peter 

Pickow 

ukulele 

Dan Bartlett 

Lass 





THE BOY FRIEND is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International 
119 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 


DROPS by Atlas Scenic Studios, Norwalk, Connecticut 


1970 The Boyfriend 

Updated over a year ago ^ 


A note from Don Jones: The Boyfriend 
Jerry Knew a New York set designer who agreed to come out 
on Saturdays to help us paint the three drops we needed for 
The Boy Friend. They were so right for the show and we made 
them.. ..well with Leo's help. We always had a budget thanks to 
Hugh McGuigan so we could rent costumes when the time 
came. They gave our productions such a great look. I am 
really lost on names with this one. David Minkow who was in 
West Side Story played Tony and Melissa a wonderful junior 


played Polly. We would use her again in Brigadoon. We 
needed a banjo in the pit and one of the Pickow brothers was 
quick to volunteer. He and his brother would help us fill out 
tenor roles in many productions. 

A note from the editor: Jon Pickow still sings quite a bit in Port 
Washington. There was recently a tribute to his mother. Jean 
Ritchie (a renowned folks singer and musician) at the Port 
Washington Public Library