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A. D. S.
On December 9th the much anticipated
plays presented annually by A.D.S. came
off in all their splendor. The first was The
Dark Laafy typ the Sonnets with Dottie Garry
as the petite, winsome lady of the title
role. Mary Spaulding gave an excellent
performance as Queen Elizabeth, while
Gitty, in her own inimitable way, played
the part of Will Shakespeare. All this took
place amid gracious settings fsee moon-
lightj, and was well received.
The Pie and the Tart, an eighteenth cent-
ury play, produced laughs galore by Cole
and Rathbone as vagabonds who made
many mouths water in the pastry shop
scene. Tragedy held sway when Anne
Schoepflin's dress caught in the door, but
it did not last long. Julie Nelson as the
pastry cook rounded out an excellent cast.
The Ghost Stow, a Booth Tarkington
product, found the players ad-libbing
madly! The vic broke down but music was
supplied extemporaneously by familiar
voices and all was well. Addie Waterhouse
was convincing as the stuttering lover who
proposed to Anna Cplayed by Sally Colej
with results. The other members ofA.D.S.
even Jacquy with her ankle in a cast,
played parts in this play which wound up
a most enjoyable evening program.
The French Plays
On November 18 the French Department
presented two one-act plays with great
success. In Les Deux Sourdes Danna Whit-
lock, with creaking joints and deaf as a
post, made good meat for the mean butler,
played by Patsy Selden. Boy Uane Parrotj
got girl Qtiny Jo Hartwelll and they gave
us the "live happily ever aftern ending.
The Exjnlication de la piece was ably given
by Joan Webster, and Mlle. Baker and
Mme. Miller were congratulated on
their coaching prowess.
Orchids to Eleanor Balcke in Ifhomme
Qui Epousa Une Femme Muette who played
the wife and regained her speech only to
make up for lost time so violently and so
relentlessly that her poor husband, played
by Cowles, was distracted. Phyll Crocker
as chief adviser and Andy Warburg, the
clever doctor, were both excellent, while
' Garry, Spaulding, Long, Cowles, Balcke, Littauer, Chase