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The Miser, a 17th Century comedy by Moliere, illustrated the courtly manners and beautiful, extravagant dress of the gentry of this era in French history. The blustery, comical, yet pitiful Far- gogon was admirably portrayed by Allen Goetchus. The lovers, Valere and Elise and Cleante and Marianne, were played by Fred Sanderlin, Bonnie Mclntire, Bob Finch, and Joan Templin. Other memorable characterizations included the scheming Frosine (Janette Lister), the delightful servant Jacques (Dave Slater), and the comical LaFliche (John Rowley). John Given, Lane Dennis, Thom- as Ringenberg, Dave Copham, Gregg Liechty and Tom Schlee completed the cast. Mrs. Gladys Greathouse directed the colorful production. Three by lonesco provided an evening of new experience and challenging ideas as Director James Young and the Trojan Players presented The Lesson and The Chairs. David Slater as the Professor, Leanne Levchuk as the Pupil, and Gloria Griffin as the Maid illustrated lonesco ' s theory of the futility of communication between human beings. This theme was further developed and the whole absurdity of the human condition expressed in The Chairs. Jim Young and Marcia VanDoren created sensitive portraits of the Old Man and his wife, Semiiamas. Thomas Ringenberg, appearing as the orator, climaxes the feverish preparation for the Old Man ' s message. Electronic music and a display of surrealistic art completed the experience in avant garde art forms. The Miser , Three by lonesco . Right You Are - evenings of thought-provoking entertainment LAUDISrS OBSERVATION only complicates matters more. 70
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MAN ' S FUTILE EFFORT to communicate embodies lonesco ' s messji;e m The Ch.iirs. THE LESSON reveals inability to understand. 69
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Pirandello ' s delisrhtful intrisjue in R oht Yon Are captured the spirit of modern-day Italy through the production ' s expertly designed set and its costum- ing in French and Italian originals. The March pro- duction, under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Great- house, presented several new faces to the Trojan stage. These included Alan Atha as the philosopher uncle Laudisi, Judy Bennet and Carl Haaland as Signora and Signor Sirelli, Edith Landrith and Mar- jorie Olsson as Signorias Cini and Nenni, Janet English as Signoria Frola, and Mark Clough as Signor Ponza. The fine acting of these new people was highlighted by the experience of Ellenor Hust- wick as Amalia, Leanne Lavchuck as Dina, and Dale Lantz as Councillor Agazzi. Other cast members in- cluded David Mays, Dee Friesen, John Given and Harriet Weber. Dr. Jim Young served as technical director. TRUTH is fin.illy revealed— or is it? DINA can ' t ignore her neiglibors. ' . " i - . " -. -. " r . ' 71
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