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Page 76 text:
A reference room of a major
broadcast corporation was the set-
ting for the '75 spring play, "The
Susie DeHebreard as Bunny
Watson and Brian Cummings as
Richard Summer were main charac-
ters. Mr. Dan Gilligan directed.
All the broadcast corporation
workers feared losing their iobs
when a new computer was
Because of a malfunction, the
computer does exactly that-fire
all employees, including the presi-
Barb Riney takes notes for the "Anchor
Man" played by Chris Abel.
Doug Strain, '75 graduate, demonstrates proficiency behind the scene using his ability by
setting stage lights for "The Desk Set."
, , ' 3 gf Q Gyn
W 2, 4' as
Celia Carter, Susie DeHebreard, Brian Cummings and Cheryl Pike discuss plans for a new
computer to be installed in the office ofa radio corporation.
Page 75 text:
Dreaming of their future, Nanette ond Tom lKipp Bentleyl sing and dance to "Tea for Two."
The couple is planning a happily-ever-after marriage,
"No, No, Nanette," the 1975
musical, brought back the iazz age
of the roaring 20s.
Playing lead parts were Chris
Kepright, Kipp Bentley, Celia Car-
ter, Phil Foley, Patty Tomamichel,
Dave Llewellyn, Kathy Winters,
Johanna Lovingood, Lynn Gillum
and Lois Bushur.
About 20 tap dancers helped
bring sparkle to the show.
Mary Ann Elrod was head of the
costume committee that made lots
of spiffy colorful outfits.
Vflhile Pat Tomomichel lcenterl, playing the part of Sue Smith,
sings, toes are heard tapping to the sound of "Take a Little One
Step." Dressed in costumes from the 2O's, the SHS actors made the
age of the flappers come alive again.
Page 77 text:
Playing the parts of typical politicians, seniors Brian Cummings, Joe Coutz and Lee Lasky
perform in a political discussion.
Brian Cummings displays his acting ability as he performs a scene having
conversation with a herb doctor in "Stories of America." Cheryl Pike por-
trays the unusual part ofa leprechaun in "Stories of
for fall play
During this Bicentennial period
"Stephen Vincent Benet's Stories of
America" was brought to life.
' The play featured folks like Paul
Revere, Tim Hallorian lHe met a
leprechaun.l and Johnny Pye lHe
met the Fool Killer.l Each play was
told by a group of narrators.
A cast of 32 and about 45 crew
members made the play possible,
under the direction of Mr. Daniel
Cheryl Pike portrays the unusual part of a lepre-
chaun in "Stories of America."
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