University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1931

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Interior oi Auditorium DRAMATICS DRAMATICS in the University oi Arizona lias not long been recognized. Up to 1926 a chair had never been established for a director of dramatics. In the fall oi that year the President realized the need oi someone to devote sjiecia) attention to this field, ai.id Mrs. Marguerite Morrow was appointed Director oi Dramatics. With this appointment a course in dramatic production was added to the curriculum an l drama began to be taken somewhat Mies MAIt'JlKKtTK MORROW l ir« tur ol Dramatic seriously. The following year a part-time assistant was engaged and courses in drama and speech were added. Dramatics so continued to develop until at the present time there is a director and an assistant, and there are .six dramatic courses offered - elementary dramatic production, advanced dramatic production, history of theatrical art, stagecraft, appreciation of drama, and plav-writing. uiMoroun crockkr A««UtaDt One hundred Q(l}r-oue

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“HOLIDAY” ON' October 27 am! 28 the University Players opened their series of plays by presenting Holiday, a comedy by Philip Parry. The play was directed by Mrs. Marguerite Morrow and was presented at the I.ittle Theater. The choice of such an entertaining play, a cast blessed with good voices adequate to meet the speaking and technical requirements, interesting stage settings', excellent direction; a Smooth performance; and an enthusiastic audience: All combined to make this production one of the most successful ever undertaken by the Players, and an auspicious opening for the season to follow. In the opinion of critics Holiday ranks on a level with The Patsy, a campus production of a few years ago. which will lx- remembered as the play that contained as few flaws as is possible in an amateur presentation. The plot of Holiday is fast and full of interest from beginning to end. Johnny Case, the hero, played by John Troja. falls in love with the beautiful but dignified and austere Julia, por- trayed by Helen Siebenthal, one oi the (laugh ters of Mr. lidzvard Seton. played by Henry N’ewkirk. In order to make the play as interesting as it is. there is. of course, another daughter. Linda, interpreted by Ama Smalley. Linda is the trial and tribulation of her family; she is supposed to have “ strange ideas.” The plot immediately complicates itself when Linda finds in fol;nnv Case a kindred spirit, who has planned a iife of adventure for himself and Julio; but Julia has decided that she is to live the settled life of the wife of a wealthy and dignified business man. Relatives and mcmltcrs of a household always add a great deal to the interest of a play, and in Holiday there are the usual numl er of people who are vitally concerned with the story. Ned Scion, the son. was played by Paul Roca; Seton Craw, John Lyons; Laura Craw, his wife. Alice Reddow; Sick Poller, Mucio Delgado; Susan Potter, Ruth Coles; Henry, a butler, William Lind; Charles, a butler, Byron Mock; and Delia, a maid, Della Cole. Onvi of “ llo'.l-liiy ' Om- liun-Jml »t:y-two

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