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Page 74 text:
it's all show biz
Page 73 text:
'Why am I to die?"
"Nan, I tried my best"
. . . to the sublime . . .
The Thespian Society presented two plays this year. The first was Woody
Allen's zany comedy "Don't Drink the Water". It was preceded by a delicious
Dessert Buffet prepared by the German Club. The story centered around the
Hollanders, an American family vacationing in a Communist country. They
are accused of spying, and take refuge in the U.S. Embassy. which they
eventually drove crazy. Mr. Hollander was portrayed by Rob Jones, Kim
Werkman was his hilarious wife, and their romantic daughter was Kathy
The second play was a drama called "Anne of the Thousand Days" by
Maxwell Anderson. The play was a historical account of King Henry Vlll,
performed nobly by Stewart Harris, and his courtship, marriage and eventual
execution of Anne Boleyn, portrayed by Teri Walsh. The cast and the crew
of both plays did an excellent iob. and together with Director Miss Gibson
and Producer Mr. Lentz, both plays were a big success.
I can t give him the son he wants
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This year's musical depicted a girl with a dream of
riches who matures enough to realize that happiness is
more important than money. On April 20. 2I, and 22
Meredith WilIson's "The Unsinkable Molly Brown"
appeared at the Rochester High School Auditorium. It
starred Stacy White as Molly and Stewart Harris as Johnny
Brown. the man who Molly loved so much that she changed
her morals from love of money to love of life.
Certain teachers helped the Choir members in the
production of the musical. Vocal direction was given by Mr.
Irish, Mr. Simmons rehearsed with the pit orchestra, and
Mrs. Montgomery provided dramatical instruction. Mrs.
Sicora and Mrs. Craven were in charge of choreography.
When all of this experience combined with the natural
talent among the choir members. it produced one of the
best musicals in Adams history. Everyone involved with this
year's musical deserves a "Tony Award".
What a doll!"
"Watch your step bu
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