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Page 105 text:
'uung People's Theatre
bert Louis Stevenson's beloved children's classic,
Treasure Island," commenced the Young People's Theatre
ason under the auspices of the University Theatre
Ld in cooperation with the Salt Lake City Schools.
tradition with American youth, "Treasure lsland" was
naginatively interpreted by Director Vern Adix,
nd was enthusiastically presented by a capable cast.
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te Christmas story everyone knows, Charles Dickens'
A Christmas Carol" was a delightful introduction to the
hristmas Holidays. With the problem
i winning the audience over already virtually
complished, the play was thoroughly enioyed by cast
Eid audience alike.
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"The Emperor's New Clothes," a delightful fairy-tale,
delightfully told, was written by Charlotte
Corpenning and directed by Vern Adix. The play was
presented to the Granite School District in addition to the
regular presentations at Kingsbury Hall, and
performances given at West and South High Schools in
common with the other plays of the series.
Written and directed by Wanda Clayton Thomas,
Associate University Theatre Director, "Peterle" featured
not only a good script, but included a youth choir,
and original music by Dr. William Fowler as well. Quaint
settings and costumes - almost a must for a children's
production - embellished this final play
of the season.
Page 104 text:
Cosi Fan Tutti
Mozart's scintillating comic opera, "Cosi Fan Tutte," wa
presented by the University Theatre in coniunctiom
with the Music Department and the Utah Symphony. Tho-
hilarious story of an attempt by two officers ta
disguise themselves and prove their sweethearts fickle-
was sung in English by six Utah vocalist
inc!uding Marvin Sorensen, Kenly W. Whitelock, Jean
Preston, Blanche Christensen, Jewel Johnson Cutler
and George Whitaker. A chorus of ten men ana
ten women was chosen from among University voc
students to support the leading players. A performanc
of this stature is seldom excelled anywhere-
ieahnuse of theAugust Nluur
"Teahouse of the August Moon," a Broadway hit and a recent eloquent contrast of philosophies, the "Teahouse" captivateq
Hollywood success, was presented as the climax to the Uni- hundreds during its April run. A sizable cast starred .lohn Ell
versity Theatre productions of the season. A delicate, superbly sey, Jack Leithoff, Alden Richards and lovely Keiko Nakaharo.
Page 106 text:
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The first University of Utah Playbox production of the season,
"A Roomful of Roses," featured a local cast which was,
for the most part, new to the Playbox. Newcomers
Margaret Buchman and Howard J. Becker gave particularly
fine performances. Jay W. Lees directed the three act
play written by Edith Somner, assisted by Annette
Huntsman. The Playbox is a production unit of the University
Theatre under the supervision of Director
Robert Hyde Wilson.
Gerard Larson and Roscoe Grover as
Didi and Gogo, in November Play-
Margaret Buchman, Robert
Wilson, Sereta Welch, and Howarc
The Hewitts, played by Bena Le Gib
son, Carol Silver, and Mike Murdock
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A sensitive cast starring Roscoe Grover and Gerard Larson
lboth members of the University of Utah facultyi, and
an unexcelled director-Robert Hyde Wilson-
brought a new perspective to the Playbox stage in thn-
form of Samuel Beckett's creative abstraction-"Waiting fo
Godot." The play is paticularly well adapted t+
Theatre-in-the-Round presentation because of the lacl
of scenery and the complete dependance of th.
play upon the abilities of the actors. lt may well b+
considered a milestone in University dram
As an intensely meaningful symbolism presented wit
exceptional conviction and skill, "Godo
was a huge success
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