Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

 - Class of 1981

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1 ■ PHH 1 1 H ' ' 1 E ,fl H I p i i Mm H R 1 fa L 9 ' Ml ' ' 4n- Bi iH . -ss • i gHMj .3 " ' , ' " Vv, BHHB p v • ' " ' . j . , --TO . ' -In . i ■ .■■■■ r.; " - Dear Dorothy = Dear Dorothy: A Pinch of Parker by Anne Sandoe-Donadio was directed by first year Master of Fine Arts candidate Eileen Theresa Kiely. Performed in the Phoenix Theatre, it played to full houses on both nights of its run. Dear Dorothy is a new unpublished play based on the writ- ings of the popular American wit, Dorothy Parker, dealing with the rela- tionships between men and women. Director Kiely says, " I think all women share Dorothy Parker ' s view of the world, at least some of the time. What I wanted out of the show, was for the audi- ence to share that view for forty-five min- utes, and maybe remember some of the thoughts and feelings, and know that they are shared. " Phebe Bohart accepts an offer to dance from Paul K. Paudua, while E. Fearn Carter, playing her consci- ence, looks on with dread and helplessness. The opening tableau of the production that examined variations of the male-female relationship. Toaxtin the objects of their love, pain, anger, and frustration: men. Awaitlni! an overdue phone call from the man who called her Darling " — twice. 233

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A Thurber Carnival General U.S. Grant drunkenly surrenders the Union Army to General Robert E. Lee. The University Players ' spring per- formance of A Thurber Carnival was de- signed to involve the campus with theatre. Involvement in the production was open to anyone, regardless of experi- ence. After a month of rehearsal, the pro- duction opened for two nights, confirm- ing the fact that an all-student staff can successfully organize a theatre produc- tion. There were no stars in the produc- tion; it was an ensemble with each mem- ber supporting every other member. A judge and jury of mongooses find a non- conforming mongoose guilty of holding non- mongoosarian beliefs. A Nazi firing squad looks longingly over their shoul- ders at a true hero. Commander Walter Mitty. 232



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Pi fri l - - Marat Sade The jailers of Charenton once again lock up tiie inmates after their performance. The Marquis de Sade gets to Icnow iiis lead intimate- ly as the cast looks on. Duperret takes a leering look at some of the more amply endowed at Charenton. The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the In- mates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade by Peter Weiss, the last production of the fall semester played December 1-8 in the Arena Theatre. Marat Sade was unique in that it was directly tied to an advanced acting class, Ensemble Production. Director Ron Gural worked with his class throughout the semester. Among the highlights of the rehearsal process was a field trip to the psychiatric ward of Char- ity Hospital, a viewing of the stark and revealing documentary Titicut Follies (that incidentally is under the legal con- V - trol of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts), and an overnight rehear- sal during which the cast explored mental institutional life for sixteen hours. Senior Berry Cooper and graduate student Michael Putiak ably played the parts of Marat and de Sade respectively. 234

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