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ALL-UNIVERSITY PLAYS By Jim Long tion of lines by Jim Gentry, playing the king, and Elsie Cooper, playing the title role, " Shakuntala " was far above the usual oil-University standard. Of the cast, Tom Herbert was excellent in o minor role, and Ed Kretzer, Bob Lansdon, David Dale and jL Curtis Balmer added their abilities to make the pro- JmJL duction more than just another play. W " " B| The Cast I f Shakjntola Elsie Cooper I ' King Dushyonto . James Gentry 4 Shorngorava - -..Charles Bros g_A Porvatagana .Tom Herbert » : HBM Anusuya Lois Schroeder Modhavyo .....Ed Kretzer John Ashby Conway Police Chief David Dale Policemon . Bob Lansdon Fisherman ... Curtis Balmer SHAKUNTALA Mishrakeshi Helen Nance First Moid Helen Christopherson " THE GREEKS had O word for it. " And so did Second Mode Elizabeth Loeffler the Hindus if one would take the word of Kolidaso, ° ' ' ° ' ' .■ ' • °; ° ' ' ' ■_,. 1 I • L. ±L r " CL I X I ■ ' r li buvrato Anms bondvos Hindu playwright, author of Shakuntala, tall guar- ,o,o a Helen Bennett ter all-University play, presented at the Seattle Aditl Jane Rose Repertory Playhouse November 17 and 19, with a Kashyapa Tom Herbert second showing of the play a week later, November n- . j u [:u„„,„ i!„„„ i„ „, „„;, =-! k„ i „, k , til I Uirected by riorence bean James, assisted by James Mc- 26, by Professor Glenn Hughes ' drama department. Allaster. " Shakuntala " is a Sanskrit classic 1500 years old Costuming by John Ashby Conway, assisted by Jacqueline concerning o breach of promise case, proving un- Burd. Margaret Benedict, Avis Hobbs, Arlein Powell, doubtedly that there is nothing new beneath the Lillian Newlond, Gertrude Hoppe, Vera Lawrence, Vir- ginia Powell, Charles Behon, William Seamon. I r I ■ I I ■ II Properties by Irene Runstad, Mildred Thompson, Ethel Horo- hrom colorful, CJriental costumes, designed by John Ashby Conway, to the excellent dramatic situ- Settings by Burton W. James, assisted by Bob Swanson, and ations of Kolldosa ' s ploy and the good Interpreta- Jack Lowry, Scene from Shakuntala -ni52
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J. G. y. " PESTY " — a musical comedy — was the junior class ' choice for their annual spring show, Junior Girls ' Vodvil. Grace Mae Davies was chairman for J. G. V. while Tom Herbert directed the pro- duction, which was given in Meany hiall May 5 and 6. This year marked the first time that J. G. V. had been produced as a musical comedy. Herbert wrote the script, Hy Sea- man created the music, and Charles Bras took charge of arrangements. The leads were taken by Doris Manington and Betty Martin. Miss Manington played the part of Pesty, the fourteen-year-old heiress. Miss Martin played that of Elsie Dinsmore, the pride of the campus. The com- plete cast is as follows: Robert Evans, Mr. Porter of the Porter House millions; Barbara Boudwin, Matilda Porter, Pesty ' s maiden aunt; Jack McClin- tock. Professor Dinsmore; Ted Bell, Ken Blanchord and Vic Dobrin as Tom, Dick and Harry, the famous Rollo boys; Roger Hansen as Ah Fui, the tong leader; By Fish and Pete Lyman as tong lieutenants; Virginia Londrom as the captive; Gordon Neol, the yell duke; Pete and Mark Antoncich, Fred Cot- lett, and Mel Chapman as guards; and Fred V yatt, the reporter. Fifteen specialty players were also introduced: Peggy Philbrick, Dorothy Hamblen, Anabel Lee, Rheneto Hon- selman, Dave Harvey, Frances Ryan, Mary Reitze, John Miller, Fred Doupe, Molly McGroth, Betty Boyer, Viola Vivian, Betty Brown, Alice Weeks, and Trevor Evans. Groce Dovies The women ' s chorus was composed of Betty Boone, Betty Burhmon, Jeanette Burn- aby, Betty Corey, Betty Kevin, Millicent Johnson, Betty McLoughlon, Jean Mc- Naughton, Mary Jane Mueller, Adele Nease, Maxine Possee, Margaret Ryan, and Louise Treen. Maxine Blakemore Olmsteod coached the choruses. Commi+tee-in-Charge Chairman ._ - Groce May Davies Director - - Tom Herbert Assistant Director _,. Nancy Colemon Technical Director ...- Jim Hickman Musical Director --- Bill Seaman Dance Coach Maxine Blakemore Olmstead Arrangements . . ..Charles Bras Business Manager Bob Holloway Assistant Gene Wright Secretary Margaret Mitchell Publicity ..Fred Baxter Eligibility . Anna Telfer Rehearsals --
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ALL-UNIVERSITY PLAYS By Jim Long CAMILLE 4 THE WINTER QUARTER all-University play was ' " Camille, " presented at the Seattle Repertory Play- house February 16 and 18 under the direction of Florence Bean James. " Camille " has long been regarded as one of the world ' s classic tragedies. With outstanding ability the cost, from the leads, Annis Sandvos as Camille, and Robert Gray as Armand, to the smallest role, interpreted with finesse the age-old mood of " Camille. " Costumes were impressive and authentic, and were designed by John Ashby Conway. The settings of the play were handled by Burton James of the Playhouse with ability, all elements of the ploy blending to make it ideally suited to slow up the audience from the swift, mad pace of the twentieth century, to the slow complexities of the old French aristocracy. Others in the play were Geraldine Bunker, Vir- ginia Powell, Eileen Detchon, Jane Rose, William Hansen, Edward Kretzer, Byron Lyman, Bob Lons- don, and Lois Schroeder. Mrs. Burton James The Cast Camille AnnIs Sandvos Nichette -.Geraldine Bunker Olympe ...- Virginia Powell Prudence . ..Eileen Detchon Nonine .- Jane Rose Armond -. Robert Gray Vorville William Hansen Duvol . ____Byron Lyman Gaston _ James Gentry Costumes designed by John Ashby Conway, Settings designed by Burton W. James. Ploy directed by Florence Bean James Music by the Phi Mu Alpha trio. Scene from Camille -ni53
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