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NORTH CAROLINA OF THE THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina School of the Arts 1985-1986 1 THE YEARBOOK STAFF Louanne Di Bella, editor Katie Wakeford, assis- tant editor, Mari Muehl, Elizabeth Myrick, Beth Brown, K i in M a 1 i n , Sarah Johnson, Jennifer Brown, Cristin Millett: layout and writing. Teresa Eckmann, co-editor Chris Parnell Jennifer Echols Chiaki Ito William Eaison 2 A YEAR IN REVIEW pages Campus Life 4-16 High School Life 17-19 In The Well 20-21 Around Campus 22-24 College Life 25-29 General Studies 30-31 Administration 32-33 Groupie Pictures 34-41 Residence Life Staff 42-43 More Campus Life 44-45 On The Job At NCSA 46-48 Drama Department 49-56 Design and Production Dept 57-64 Visual Arts Department 65-72 Dance Department 73-80 Music Department 81-87 Productions 89-91 4 5 Oh my, I broke a nail! Teresa Eckmann MR. MRS. “D,” THANKS FOR YOUR LOVE HARD WORK! 6 The Shop Party Upper Right; A mean Mousketeer. Above: Mike and Brian hanging out. Lower Left: Gunner and Beth dis- cuss the price of veal in Amsterdam. Grinning and Bearing Left: Love and affection abounds at NCSA, but what was the outcome of the loved one? L pper Right: Mallory soaking in the rays. Lower Right: Is Kurt’s sinister yet pleading smile threatening us to stop plastering every wall and window with posters?! 9 SHOP PARTY MUSIC VIDEO A Night of Reggae Excitement!!! Damien Diaz jams with the Reggae beat The Awareness Art Ensemble, a group of jazz refugees, and mainly Afro- American dreads, perform- ed at NCSA for a second time, enlivening the winter- time blues. Their message was strong as well as their enthusiasm. Everyone was looking forward to the video’s debut on television. Besides the night of enter- tainment the band brought to NCSA, students were also well aware of the tremendous turmoil 8c tragedies among the South African people. The band’s message was one of freedom and one of peace. Hopefully their songs will be heard by the world and end the plight of South Africa. 10 Shop Party Shop Party 1 1 I HERE COMES THE SUN WEEK! Hanging out after a Hawaiian dinner 2nd Floor Sanford wins hall dec. contest! Cute, but Tacky, Jennifer! HCTSW — A bright idea of the Residence Life Staff to take out the blues of Winter Term. An entire week of strange and more exotic- than-usual food prepared by Mr. D including German, African, and Hawaiian cuisine. We dined with travel films, were entertained by a man making animal balloons, and best of all, saw Robert Conn abducted by Seth Jason and his troop of hijackers carrying oozys spilling forth water, of all things!!! 12 13 THE PIE EATING CONTEST! left: Mrs. D’s Valentine Cake 14 SPRING FEVER HITS!!! Volley ball after dinner: a tradition at NCSA. 16 junior high senior high college 17 OUR HIGH SCHOOL “RESIDENCE HALL” First Floor Moore Second Floor Sanford Second Floor Moore Third Floor Sanford 18 Andy, Chris, and Matt cramming (food!) during study break 19 “COMMON” FACES Who are all those people down the hall by the Snack Bar? The first big window is the home of Residence Life and a popular hangout of coordinators and RAs. Student Services occupies the next office and is the center of Health, Counseling, and Student Financial Aid Services. Finally, at the end of the hall, is Student Activities. This is the organizational center of the Toilet Paper Tabloid, Quadriad Pictures, and our own beloved yearbook. Upper right: Dave Rettig Below: Lisa, Debbie, and Jana Lower right: Susan Reddick 20 Left: Doug Patterson Below: Bev Muenchou and Eula May Upper right: Sara Lu Bradley Kurt Hotelling Cranford Johnson 21 Moore Hall Life is a spectator sport 22 “Is this cute, or what?” Gray Building Time out from class NCSA . . . AROUND CAMPUS 23 “P — leeeaase! “Take the picture. Make my day.” “Nice day to practice, eh?” Students at NCSA find varied and interesting ways to spend their leisure time. Whether it is recrea- tion or just hanging out, originality dominates the scene on campus. “Don’t even try it?” 24 X lit:; Elephants 25 COLLEGE LIFE 26 Evelyn How jolly are you, Jerry? Two of NCSA’s many smiling faces. Kerry Elepn at the ants Is life that bad, David? Have a good class, John? College Life 27 28 29 GENERAL STUDIES (In background): Mr. Ballard, Jane Van Hoven (Dir. of Gen. Studies), Darshan Heartgrove, Dean Tribby, Mr. Queen, Mrs. Shorter, Mrs. Finkley, Pat Johnston, Mrs. Pruitt. (Seated); Steve Isom, Shelva Cockerhani, Signora Leiphart, Dr. Miller, Mrs. Thompson, Peggy Dotson, and Eleonore von Nicolai. OUR FACULTY 30 Gen. Studies Gen. Studies 31 FINANCIAL AID Brenda Saunders Laura H. Allen i rriinistration Business Office Chancellor Foundation Registrar Vice Chancellors Patricia Maurer — Student Accounts 32 Patsy Braxton administration Chancellor Jane Milley 33 Artistic Arrangements SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE: 1st Row, L to R — Gharlotte Pistor, Monica Johnson; 2ncl Row, L to R — Jennifer Riddle, Laura Warren, Natalia Legge, Jennifer Stockton, Krista Cleary, Julie Davis; 3rd Row, L to R — Amanda Kinzer, Brian Fuller, Heather Hoey. 34 NINTH GRADE; 1st Row, L to R — Sharon Jones, Amanda Henzler, Amy Freed, Natalie Heringes, Deanna Seay; 2nd Row, L to R — Kim Peters, Richelle Scales, Heather Maloy, Perry Mauzy; 3rd Row, L to R — Allison Greene, Eric Handsman, Robyn Berrett, Leslie McNabb, Katie Morris, Marianne Moore, Jini Root. TENTH GRADE: 1st Row, L to R — Leslie Braverman, Jeannie Steele, Kerri Palmer, Garolyn Gleason; 2nd Row, L to R — Tania Brown, Melanie Skinner, Kathleen Lynch, lulianne Burke, Sharon Heagle, John Noel, Timothy Tan; 3rd Row, L to R — Elizabeth Hobgood, Stephen Olson, Meggan Waite, Jason Harris, Phaedra Ramos, Mike Mills; 4th Row, L to R — Kristen Baker, Lisa Thorn, Mamie Handsman, Michael Wise, Sara Grow, Karen McClellan, Sara Whitaker, Jolie Tingen, Vickie Adams: 5th Row, L to R — Daniel Laufer, Amy Groos, Mary Sloan, Stacia Pittenger, Vanessa Eadial, Stephanie Hodge, Andrea Welch; Top Row, L to R — Andy Oppenheimer, Stephen Gregory 35 36 r ' ELEVENTH GRADE: Front Row, L to R — Rachel Solomon, Michelle Alexander, Jan Aldridge, Heather Cook, Tawny Wall, Elizabeth Myrick; 1st Row, L to R — Kim Malin, Mari Muehl, Chris Martin, Courtney Smith, Sarah O’Boyle, Sheila Popkin, Immanuel Davis, Erica Weaver, Jamie Stellabotte, Jennifer Myers, JJ Brown, Carla Krasznay, Allison Bates, Selinde Hendrix, Laird Lanier, Cristin Millett, Josh Callaghan, Tricia Taylor; 2nd Row, L to R — Becky Baldwin, Elizabeth Reed, Dena Fleming, Jinny Pearce, Kira Kay, Damien Diaz, Kathy Mitchell; 3rd Row, L to R — Katherine Chapman, Eyeball, Kathy Nelson, Hilary Walton, Ross Guberman, Katie Wakeford, Mallory Catlett, Ear, Jeff Harris, Pam Pouliot, Cinamon Storm, Keith Roberts, Alissa Rimes; Top Row, L to R — Jason Zarookian, Eddie Anthony, Chris Arnett, Sisom Siriphanh. Present but not pictured: Boo Scherf, LaShonda Mims, Clif Watkins, Kim Potter, Theresa Grambihler, Kathleen Cantwell, Ellen Merkel, Natalie Featherstone, Sarah Tauber. TWELFTH GRADE: Front Row, L to R — Jennifer Brown, Katherine Meyer; 1st Row, L to R — Kelly Bellefeuille, Lazette Rayforcf, Chiaki Ito, Jenne Franklin, Heather Harris; 2nd Row, L to R — Heidi Schellenberger, Chris Ramsey, Page Whitty, Alan Jones; 3rd Row, L to R — Richard Haselrig, Carolyn Ogburn, Alan Austin, Ashley Cooley, Tommy Trimble, Angela NorwoocL Chris Self, Rachel Baldwin; 4th Row, L to R — Joby Bell, Susanne Abbott, Laura Stone, Janine Kelleher, Stephen Bednarzyk; 5th Row, L to R — Darren Redick, Glenn Goble, Abigail Lieberman, Denise Kiernan, Kris Musser. THE COLLEGE MUSIC STUDENTS Front — Elizabeth Nunn; 1st Row, L to R — Patrick Wilhelm, John Forbis, Christa Wilson, Stacey Paiva, Julee Hickcox, jim Nemerovski, Vicky Nolen, Lisa Baker, Pooh Merritt, Valerie McMorris, Mark Montague; 2ncl Row, L to R — Perry Townsend, Keith Burton, Anna Presler, Cboon Meng Wong, Aaron Bowden, John Parris, Brad Hubbard, Darren Tate, Shannon Harrington; 3rd Row, L to R — Maribeth Frank, Alfie Guess, Tony Boeman, Caterina Galitto, Johnny Wilson, Sheafe Walker; Back — L to R — Janet Rabe, Tichina Vaughn, Derrick Lawrence; Top — L to R — Kevin Moore, Christopher Creech, Ned Boyd 37 Q W c 3 HH O Z and P R 0 D U C T 1 O N 1st Row — L-R; Randy Carswell, Elizabeth Zompocks, Kevin Zegin; 2nd Row L-R: Tommy Cantrell, Sally Wood, Seth Jason; iVd Row L-R: Richard Feldman, David Tatu, Todd Clark. John Manderbach, Alan Rowe, Paul Harris: 4th Row: James Lebo, Lysa Carter, Laura Lee, Steve Snyder, Bah Lee; 5th Row: Werik McDaniel, Dean Brown, Maurice Robinson: 6th Row L-R: Jonathan Ledden, James Dean, Alexandra Heddinger, Adam Bennes and Allan Kerr. 38 DRAMA 1st ROW; E. Bethea, T. Frey, M. Finley, D. Delzell, K. Thompson, R. Easter, J. Reed, M. Riggs, M. Dunn, D. Weir, C. Parnell, G. Branson, A. Heiighes, L. Considine, S. Oliver, S. RoulTy, T. Murray, L. Averett, 2nd ROW: M. Ariola, T. Pender, H. Breece, C. Johnson, B. Summers, A. Eshleman, 3rd ROW: M. Buzzel, K. Bader, S. Hart, L. Sparrow, T. Juarez, B. Bernowski. L to R (Front): Dana Reinke, Daw u cl Jackson, Alyssa Dotson, Kim Bartosik, Jeff Broadhurst, Jenny HJal- merson’s leg, Nanette Wessel, Kris World, Tiffanv Mus- sendon, Michael Thomas, Emily Navar. L to R (Behind): Ellen Barnaby, Camilla Webber, John Regan, Dauna Brown, Sal Mazzard, Michael Cole, Timmy Malady, Tyler Huntington, Briana Furnish, Tara Mooser, Barbara Parisy, Kim Bierley, Keith Darby, Teresa Eckmann 39 R.A.’s and Coordinators: helpful, caring people. ABOVE: Ty patiently observes the R.A.’s battling over who has to check curfew the night of the Shop Party. LEFT: Heidi and Page. 41 42 LIFE STAFF 43 IN OUR RESIDENCE HALLS Such Skill! Another shy V.A. ronirny up a tree!! 44 MORE SMILING FACES Janine Christy Party Hardy! 45 “Cafeteria Staff and Services” “May I Serve You?” Mr. D. in Action Boo loves you too John “Serve the food, don’t throw it, Coreen!” 46 TBi r if M I flit ”1 NCSA STUDENT SERVICES Officer Bratcher, “This is my turf baby!” Nurse Gail, “It’s just tendonitis . . . honey!” Our Housekeeping Staff (hard at work!) IN THE SNACK BAR . . . AND MORE “Just pick up the red phone.” Juanita Dahmer “What cha havin’?” asks Father. Sink it!!! Jeff Kira, (Pool Sharks?) IN THE GAMES ROOM . . . 48 drama 49 THOSE EXPRESSIVE DRAMARAMAS 50 mt DRAMA STUDENTS EN|OYING THE CHANCE OF BEING OUTDOORS. Bob Murray 51 WINTER TERM 1 986 CANTERBURY TALES Drama Faculty L to R: Sydney Hibbert, Mollie Murray, Marty Rader, Lesley Hunt — Asst. Dean, Bob Francesconi, Yury Belov, and Alan Rust — Asst. Dean Not Pictured: Malcolm Morrison — Dean, Barbara Beattie, Patrick Byers, Bob Murray, Cigdem Onat, Dolores Dardarian Simonel, Jared Sakren, Mel Shrawder, and Tunc Yalinan. 53 DRAMA ON CAMPUS NCSA’s Drama Dept, is comprised of many expressive faces. In class or outside of class, those Dramaramas always put on a great act. These faces that we see day in and day out around campus belong to very spe- cial people that will eventually move on to bigger and better things. As they create roles ana characters that will bring them fame, applause and satis- faction, we will remember them as having enriched and entertained our lives at NCSA. Julia Matthews Mitch gives us a wink! Is this an expression of pain on your face? Drama 55 DRAMA STUDIO 1 In Front: Vickie Dunn Tony Pender Christa Johnson Susan McConnell Michelle Benzing Brent Burnoski Behind: Alexis Gault Brad Summers Ellen Bethea Amanda Hughes |eftrev Bachar Not Pictured: Jason Morris STUDIO S 1st ROW: B. Tuckman, A. Eshleman, L. Considine, M. Ariola, K. Bader, 2nd ROW: S. Rouffy, M. Buzzel, K. Kaminer, D. Mathews, M. Prasad, 3rd ROW: A. Horn, j. Reed, E. Wolfe, H. Breece, 4th ROW: D. Delzell, GHOST, T. Murray, T. Frey, C. Dawson, S. Helmholz, L. Averett, T. Juarez. FRON ' F L-R: Gregory Allen, Sandra Docura-jones, Brian Finnev. Barbara Cohen, MIDDLE L-R: Kristen Geer, Dan Mishkind, Ramon Moses, Casey Lindley, Lynn Maclean, Bridgit Ryan, F’mily Deans, BACK L- R: Thomas Simpson, Ched Bendsen, Martin Dunn, jerry Powell, John Lawler, Mitchell Riggs, Not i’ictured: Garrett Bennett, Kevin Biggerstaff, Scott Colson, Robert Easter, Jesse Hamiltoti, Matt Morgati, Angela Sherril, Greg Travis, Mischa Williams. In Front: Mark Finley, Charlie Bethel, Igor Milicic Behin Soren Oliver, Sean Eden, Kenneth Freeman, Birgit Darb Jenny Gonglewski, Amy Granpell, James Mack, Chris Roy; Susan Batten, Cinny Strickland, Shawn McEnaney, Sc(| Sowers, Dan Perry design and production It doesn’t get much better guys! Chuck Jonathan 58 D P D P BEHIND THE SCENES SETH IS IN COMMAND! D P 59 « IN THE SHOP: Sylvie practices her painting skills. Bottom: Blande Wade checks out the garbage while Glenn Gordon and Michael Kelly dream about spring break. THE D P ATTITUDE Scott Carlins and Randy Carswell at one of their better moments. 61 THEY’VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES: James Dean — The Man with the Plan Alex — Has got Nutz in her pocket Seth Jason — Loudest mouth on campus “G” — Ask him anything Alan Curr — Always has his Props Randy Perry Lights up the World Melinda Elizabeth — “Ssshhhh ...” Gerbie — Does great Doubletours Techies aren’t exactly the most visible people on campus. Sometimes they look like mobsters in their dark clothes and usually hide out in the “Shop.” They seem to enjoy hanging lights, play- ing in sawdust, and telling people where to go. Thev rightfully own a corner of the cafeteria and are known for managing to have a good time. 62 D P D P 63 SEATED L-R; Scott Templin, Mark Parillo, Clyde Fowler, Marianne Krostyne, Henry Grillo, Blande Wade, Jim Houlahan. STANDING L-R; Martha Dunigan, Jim Riggs, Margaret Pope, Dean John Sneden, Ghristine Turbit, Howard Jones, Pam Chapklin, Danotto Moreno. RIGHT; Kurt Eslick. D P and V.A. FACULTY 64 visual arts 65 66 67 A Moment in our Lives . . . Our time at NCSA has filled us with memories such as bags, chairs, gestures and more of Clyde’s bags, chairs, and gestures!; Martha’s “champagne Breakfasts’’ (Donuts), B.L.T.’s and WUMPSl; Freeing South Africa, the Reggae Video and Pam’s delicious Italian dinner. Our memories also include several sleepless nights, seeking out peanut butter and pizza crusts to satisfy 3:00 AM hunger pangs, and friendships among each other. Thanks Clyde, Martha and Pam — Level II of 1986 P.S.: Good Luck Level I! You thought this year was difficult? Just Wait!!! 70 Visual Art An Interesting Composition Matt Lovette contemplates how to execute a three week senior thesis without being executed by “the PANEL.” Jeep savors every spare minute! William and fames construct a bust. Janine wiped out after class. 72 dance 73 BALLET DEPT. 74 " iiiir MODERN DEPT. 75 76 NCSA DANCE FACULTY L to R Standing: Richard Kuch, Asst. Dean (Modern), Melinda Lawrence (Ballet), Fanchon Cordell (Ballet), Joan Sanders (Ballet), Lynn Messick (Muse. Fund.), Gyula Pandi (Ballet), Character (lots of it!), Gina Vidal (Ballet), Katherine Block (Dance History related subj.), Dianne Markham (Modern). Kneeling: Frank Smith (Ballet), Mabel Robinson (Modern), Richard Gain (Modern), Duncan Noble, Asst. Dean (Ballet). Robert Lindgren, Dean Melissa Hayden, (Ballet) Dance Dept. Bebe Tonja HB-2 HB-1 High School Ballet Classes HB-4 HB-3 HB-5 HB-6 78 mil Costume Shop Carolyn Faye Evelyn Miller We appreciate your hard work !!! Carolyn, Evelyn, and Bernetta 79 College Ballet Celeste Connes, accompanist Modern Dance fjti music 81 IIIUIlIWU ' IMJiri 82 ■‘ ' «AUSS ' ' ‘■• ' I Uftr s, 83 MUSICIANS AT WORK At any time, musi- cians can be found practicing somewhere on the NCSA camp us. Students spend tneir time in the practice rooms or in perfor- mance halls such as Crawford or the Reci- tal Hall. There always seems to be something that those in music could prepare for — a competition, recital, lesson, or a spot on Performance Hour. Debbie Brown and Karen Dishman rehearse in Crawford Hall. Frustration comes along with the task of. practice. 84 Darren Tate demonstrates to Elizabeth Torchia how a passage should be played. Geoff Kiorpes in rehearsal. It’s cello time in the practice room for Natalie Featherstone. 85 Left to Right: Lisa Caliban, Karen Dishman (accomp.), Dan Brunson, Lisa Setter, Valerie McMorris, John Cardin, Daphnee Martin, Kerry Quakenbush, Dennis Hinsen, Debbie Fields, Scarlet Yantzee, Richard Teester, Patrick Willhelm. 86 Voice Debbie Fields VOICE STUDENTS’ CLASS RECITAL DURING INTENSIVE ARTS Twyia Casey Voice 87 John Cage visits NCSA - j fMS John Cage, one of the most influential as well as controversial artists of the 20th century, made a last- ing impression on NCSA students when he visited in Novem- ber. His time was ent performing in Crawford Hall and the Stevens Center, and speaking with music and V.A. stu- dents. and THE UNICORN Left: Dan Brunson Below L-R: Beth Barnes, Richard Teaster, Susan Galanes and Dan Brunson. 90 Productions NCSA ’85 SUMMER DANCE PROGRAM IN ITALY NCSA Dance students who participated in the ’85 Summer Program in Italy had an experience of a lifetime. Spending 3 weeks in Rome dancing, rehearsing, and eating pasta was unforgettable, and it all ended with a beautiful performance in Spoletto. NCSA DOUBLETOURS ; t|i i j r ip .iS NCSA dance students perform lecture- demos in elementary schools throughout North Carolina. The premiere perform- ances included “The 4 Temperaments,” “Valse Fantasy,” and Michael Cole’s modern “Piece for 7 Dancers.” The kids loved it!!! Productions 91 MAJOR BARBARA Right L-R: Steve Hart and Kevin rhompson. 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