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Frisco Frolics In Front
HHand me another paintbruslf'--"Now
where am I going to find a property like
thatll'-'4Give that line once more" all are
cries heard in the auditorium or the many
rehearsal rooms after school. The people
quoted above are working on an important
jobg they're practicing for the biggest show
held in school-The Deviltries.
Fancy F oolwork.
But, before you can have any rehearsals
there has to be a scriptg before you can build
scenery there have to be plans. Miss Frances
Giffin, director of the DeViltries, chose a
Council Steering Committee to perform the
duties of making these plans and shaping a
show. Each member of this committee, in
turn, was made chairman of a smaller com-
"Pass that Peace Pipe."
Dick Hehl. Back row: Virginia Welsh, Sue Zbiera-
jewski, Connie Cromwell, Ruth Chandler, ,loan Fer-
rall, Joan Skurzyn.
After the tryouts were held the script
committee wrote the show and rehearsals be-
gan. Every night after school, Saturdays,
and some evenings were given over to prac-
tice and work. Finally the big night comes!
The house lights dim, and the roll of the
drum brings the audience to their feet for
the playing of the National Anthem.
"Your order, sir?"
Left to Right: Bill Lunbeck, Ed Binkleman, Pat
Liui, .loan Michelson, ,loan Billet, Nancy Campbell.
When the piece is over and the people
take their seats, the orchestra swings into the
theme 'LSan Francisco Here We Come", the
curtains open, the Frisco Frolics are on!
There's no turning back now. An audience
has come to the 15th edition of the DeVil-
tries. The actors., actresses begin the dia-
logue, the talent performs, the stage crew lis-
tens for comments in the earphones, the stu-
dent directors stand back stage and bite their
"Add a touch of rouge."
Left to Right: Dorothy Fash, Richard Boell, Alton
LeBeau, Nancy Anderson.”