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Page 185 text:
Leo Weinstein, Charley Banks, and Bri¬ an Hunecke glance over Margie Her¬ man’s shoulder. Nancy Weeks (Helen) and Karen Night¬ engale (Maid) look over and beyond their line of work. Harry and his nephew. Eddie, discover his girlfriend Billie, “helping” reporter Paul Verrall. On November 9, 10, and 11 Theatre at the Rock presented Born Yesterday, a Garson Kanin comedy hit of the ’40s. The play is about a girl lacking in common sense who is the long time associate of a racke¬ teer who comes to Washington D.C. to “buy” senators and leg¬ islators. Margie Herman played the part of Billie Dawn, the girl. Charley Banks played the part of Harry Brock, her associate. The newspaper reporter, Paul Verall, was played by Brian Hunecke. Leo Weinstein and Scott Andresen played the parts of the crooked lawyer, Ed Devery and the equally crook¬ ed Senator Norval Hedges. Drama 181
Page 184 text:
180 Drama thespians present: born yesterday Rock Island High School first heard the sound of applause forty-one years ago. Since the first play, Rocky audiences have thrilled to many fine pro¬ ductions. Theater at the Rock 1979, continues the fine tradition of high school theater. Renova¬ tion of the Little Theater was one of the major projects for Drama Club in 1978-79, plus the presentation of the follow¬ ing productions: Born Yester¬ day, The Glass Menagerie, Death Knocks, and South Pa¬ cific. It is Drama Club’s goal to pre¬ sent plays that interest and en¬ tertain audiences. Theater is a mirror of life; Theater at the Rock hopes to inspire students in the world of theater. Drama members are ROW 1: K. Green¬ wood. S. Brooks. P. Engman. K. Night¬ ingale. ROW 2: S Nesseler. D Mirr. G. Liebus. J. Selman, S. Robertson. ROW 3: D. Galex, T. Hoing. D. Dryoel. G. Arm¬ strong. L. Congdon. C. Janecke. S. Robinson. ROW 4: M Brooks. R. Scott. C. Cole. L. Motz. C. Hathaway. L. Wein¬ stein. K. Campbell. L. Boussemaere. ROW 5: S. Linn. D. Miller. S. Young. K. Ribbeck, L. Levin. V. Carlson. S. Vin¬ cent. B. Clark. ROW 6: P. Mirr. B. Bahnks, S. Brolander. S. Tobin, L. To¬ bin, C. Quirk. J. Martin. B. Short. L. Cole. ROW 7: M Sebben. B. Braid. C. Baugh. J. Thompson. P. Hornback. K. Pickens. T. Pickens. D. Wemtraut. P. Lizdas, B. Gold. ROW 8: A. Snowden. V. Schwartzkopf. M Harris. B. Aden. K. Kindshuh. M Blick. M. Herman ROW 9: D McDaniel. B Hunecke. D. Atkin¬ son. K. Enstrom. C. McKnight, N. Weeks. S. Andresen. L. Swenson, and Mrs. Rowland.
Page 186 text:
For the first time in the history of Theatre at the Rock a guest artist appeared in this year ' s winter play, Tennessee Wil¬ liam ' s The Glass Menagerie. The purpose of having the guest artist is to give students the opportunity of working with a professional. Cathy Jo Bal- sar, the guest artist, played the part of Amanda Wingfield. Ke¬ vin Campbell and Michelle Seb- ben played her son and daugh¬ ter, Tom and Laura. Mike Moran played the part of the gentleman caller, Jim O’Con¬ nor. Cathy Balsar as Amanda and Michelle Sebben as Laura look to the stars for the answer to their problems. — a guest artist. A typical family feud between Amanda Wingfield, and her children Tom and Laura. Kevin Campbell comes out of charac¬ ter to give us a smile. 182 Drama
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