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THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
"The Merchant of Venice" was the second
major Shakespearean production staged by the
Thespian Club, "Hamlet" having been success-
fully staged the past year. More than one hun-
dred and fifty hours were spent in the re-
hearsals during a period of four months. The
production crew worked a like number of hours
on research, costumes, lighting, and staging.
The costumes used in the production were
therefore of authentic design. The Abilene Pan-
hellenic Association furnished curtain material
for the production. The staging of this Shake-
spearean comedy required the assistance of
more than one hundred students and faculty
Homer Ruffin , . . . Duke of Venice
Warren McGlothlin . . . Prince of Morocco
Harry Saunders Prince of Arragon
lack Perry . . . . . Salanio
Iimmy Beasley , Salarino
limm Barlow Gratiano
Poole ,Robe on
Emory Brown . Old Gobbo
Travis Box Leonardo
Earl Proctor . . Balthazar
Gilliam Stovall Stephano
Gene Bennett L Magnificoes of Venice
Tom Todd l
Mary Nell Hamilton I ' l 1
Elizabeth Gene Austin A ' Ladies H1 Wculmq
"Tell me where is fancy bred"