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Tryouts: Bliss Hale's scribbled notices:
rehearsals: playbooks dog-eared from
study: rehearsals: butterflies: curtain
time. Yes, "The play's the thing. "
December brought the seniors' presen-
tation of Fanny and the Servant Problem.
Never shall we forget the dashing picture
of Fanny and her lover, or the Bennett
fa1nily's rendition of "Soldiers of Christ
Arise H as it echoed and re-echoed through
Bantock Hall. From the enthusiastic
cheers of the underclassmen, the seniors
knew their comedy had been a success.
The Abbot Dramatic Society includes
some of the more talented actresses of the
school. The membership, on a competitive
basis, was increased from ten to sixteen
this year, so that more girls might share
its opportunities. Another new feature
was the holding of monthly meetings, the
purpose of which was to give the members
a wider knowledge of the theatre. The
climax of the year's work came in April
when A.D.S. put on Dear Brutus, the
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NORA AND PEGGY
"Lady and Lord Bantor'lf"
well-beloved play of James Barrie. XYith
Sonny's battle cry, "Let's clear tl1e
stagef' school girls adopted varied and
After these two entertaining plays,
Abbot turned her eyes towards Draper
Dramatics, the play which would high-
light the graduation activities.
Back Row, left to right: M. TVhz'HalI, H. Rezifsnyder, F. Russell, J. Russell, A. .lIerriu'etlzer, N. Iilaelcmer, G. Davis
Second Row, left to right: F. TVhz'te, C. Corey
Front Row, left to right: A. Lindamood, C. Huberfh, 13. Baldzrirz, .-1. Carter, President: J. Gafill, Treasurer
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