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Page 79 text:
Anna, played by Diane Murphy, and the King layed
Gerry Grandmaison, discuss the item of
residence adjoining the palace."
Tuptim, played by Judy Brooks, and Lun Tha, played by
Don Levine, are lovers who are separated by the King.
In any production there are many unseen people who help
create the effect the actors present. It is easy to over-
look these people because they are not up on stage taking
bows. Among these necessary people are the stage, set
design, and lighting crews, makeup and costume commit-
tees, the orchestra and production staff, the program and
properties committees, and the tickets and publicity
Page 78 text:
The boys gather around Nellie and Luther as they learn ironing he starts the boys chorus singing "There is
about Luther's handy work with an iron. The boys Nothin' Like aDame."
proceed to kid him and as his excuse for doing Nellie's
Professionalism o actors amazes audience
Luther Billis as portrayed by George Wright is the "Honey Bun"
of the song sung by Ann Fryfogle along with the girls and GI
The King and I, presented on March
9, 10, 16, and 17, 1962, out did itself
with costuming, makeup and superior
acting. The play is about a headstrong
but "human" King who is confused by
western ideas. Anna is an English
school teacher brought from Singapore to
teach the King's favorite children. She
fills the minds of the children with
modern ideas, which angers the King.
Tuptim and Lun Tha are Burmese lovers
sent to Siam against their wishes.
Roger's and Hammerstein's South
Pacific, the second all-school spring
musical, was presented on April 20, 21,
and 22, 1961. The story is about Ensign
Nellie Forbush, played by Ann Fryfogle,
who falls in love with Emile, played by
Bud Meyers. Emile has fled to the South
Pacific because he killed a man. The
conflict concerns their different back-
grounds and whether or not Nellie should
allow herself to fall in love with him.
Page 80 text:
Synchronized Cygnettes present swim show,
On the board, President Julie Reinhard, Vice-President
Pam Spear, Secretary Sydelle Becker, Treasurer Jean Gay
Gail Kuivanen, Mona Sprenger. Row l: Mary Mallon,
Madelyn Girvin, Sandy Pancioli, Miriam Morton, Becky
Higgins, Gloria Exler. Row 2: Pat Heliste, Becky
Row 1: Cindy Jensen, Judy Harrison, Mariann Sarkisian,
Barb Mattson. Row 2: Karen Duncan, Kathy Stoker, Barb
Burnham, Lynn Moler, Kathy Stoner.
Klock, Janet Sitter, Linda Martens, Kim Renton, Kathy
Chick. Row 3: Janis Yager, Barb Symons, Lynn Har-
desty, Karen Kent, Linda Sarkela, Ginna Waldorf. Row 4:
Judy Bryce, Pat McCormick, Diane Dunn, Shari Arm-
strong, Carolyn Postema, Joyce Compton.
Les Cygnettes fthe Swansl, Southfield's
synchronized swimming club, presents their
annual swim show every spring. Varsity mem-
bers of the club present the swimming acts of
the show while the reserve members plan other
aspects and practice their skills to meet varsity
Last year's show, Much Ado About Music
was based on Les Cygnettes's interpretation of
the great musical hits from Broadway and Holly-
wood. Solos were presented by President Gale
Yokich, swimming to "The Sound of Music," and
Pat Atkinson, swimming to "Till Tomorrow."
There were also several duets, trios, and group
numbers included in the program. The finale
"Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" incorporated
the entire cast making candle silhouettes on the
water. The number was accompanied by Diane
Murphy singing in the background.
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