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TOP: P. Jeclrzeiewski, R. Gruszynski, S. Holl, S. Pisek, R, Stencel, K. Miiokovic. ROW 2: E. Orlowski, S. Royseck, D. Craven, P. Pionek, B.
Folaron, A. Selin, C. Krukar, K. Kneuppel. BOTTOM: R. Dargis, M. Dobbe, R. Truby, C. Knilter, T. Davis, M. Adrian, D. Schwartzlwolf, l..
Mrs. Pearce lCincly Haasel administers a firm reprimand to Eliza
Doolittle cluring a practice scene for 'Pygmalionf'
As Eliza bemoans her fate, Professor Hi
Colonel Pickering of his plan fo transform
tells the bemufflecl
to a duclwess.
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Class Play Conquers Cockney
Mrs. Stanwitt spends many hours of her spare time blocking scenes,
revising scripts, and scheduling rehearsals.
TOP: P. Jedrzeiewski, R. Gruszynski, E. Hohenfeldt, S. Holl, D. Sobieszczyk, S. Royseck, L. Rybock. ROW 2: B. Eolaron, D. C
D. Schulte, P. Pionek, B. Bucher, E. Orlowski, M. Dobbe. BOTTOM: R. Dargis, S. Pisek, C. Rohi , D, Sch
"Ah-ow-oh! I want to be a lady in flower shop . . .",
brought Eliza Doolittle's enormous dream to life with the
Senior Class Players' production of George Bernard Shaw's
"Pygmalion", the non-musical version of "My Fair Lady."
Lavish Victorian furniture and costumes aided in trans-
porting the playgoers to the austere atmosphere of i8th
century London where phonetics expert Henry Higgins,
portrayed by Ric Gruczynski, happened upon a filthy,
cockney flower girl who dreamed of becoming a lady.
Eliza, played by Christine Knitter, after being transformed
into a duchess, passed her final test at the Ambassadors
Garden Party, and thus Higgins won his bet with Colonel
Pickering lBob Stencell. Tod Davis thrilled audiences with
his drowling, cockney renditions of Mr. Doolittle's per-
suasive speeches. Pulaskians were delighted with Richard
Truby's portrayal of Freddy Eynesford Hill, Eliza's heart-
sick but hopeless lover. A flower ballet by Orchesis mem-
bers entitled "Dream Eliza" supplemented the production.
With a cockney farewell, the Seniors made their
performance a memorable gift to Pulaski High School.
Although the curtain had dropped for the last time, the
Play Memory Book remained as proof of the gay and
fruitful experience which had become a part of the long
tradition of Pulaski's Senior Class Plays.
raven, G. lnda,
rig wartzhoff, M. Rude, M. Adrian.
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Several Variety Show performers enjoy the other numbers of Gazebo A-Glo-Ga as they anxiously await their chance in the spotlight.
"Gazebo A-Glo-Go" Rounds Up Talent
A hush reigned over the audience. The velvet curtain
floated open, darkness peered back at the people.
Suddenly, out of the black, a horn shrieked and the
stage blazed with lights revealing the theme for the i968
Variety Show - "Gazebo A-Glo-Go." Students displayed
dramatic, musical, and dance talents in slapstick skits,
melodic musical numbers, and graceful dances. Pulaski's
Stage Band made a repeat performance along with Paul
and Gary Orlowski, a popular folk-singing duo. Barbara
Baldewicz donned a grass skirt to add to the authenticity
of her Hawaiian dance, "Lovely Leilanif' "Lara's Theme"
from Doctor Zhivago was poignantly played by Kathy
Dulka on the accordion. "The Lamp Went Out," a
hilarious skit performed by a group of junior girls, light-
ened the mood of the show along with Tim Baquero's
witty monologue "Noah,"
"Gazebo A-Glo-Go" was sponsored by the Student
Council, proceeds became a part of their Scholarship Fund.
The program was directed by Mr, Calenberg, who headed
a committee of seven to audition students from March 6
through March l2. After several rehearsals the show,
aided by the hard-working stage crew, was presented
on April 6 at 8:00 p.m. in the Pulaski auditorium.
"Hawaiian" Barbara Baldewicz electrifies the audience with her
exotic Hula dance at Pulaski's third annual variety show.
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