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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: An Inspector Calls, October 11, 1949

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Day
11
Month
October
Year
1949
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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PRESENTS
"AN INSPECTOR CALLS
By
J, B. PRIESTLY
Directed by IBSEN DAN A ELCAR
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre October 11-12, 1949 8:00p.m.
GERALDINE SEEBACK'S JUNIOR MUSIC SCHOOL
Piano - Voice - Organ - Violin, etc. for students of all ages
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SATURDAY CLASSES FOR THE WEE BEGINNER
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ie FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES ie FOODS FOR SPECIAL DIETS
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The President's Message
This is our first show of the fourth season since our reorgan- ization after the war, when it was necessary for us to suspend activities due to lack of manp?wer.
We believe we have come a long way since that time. Thanks to the Ann Arbor Public Schools we were able to present our productions in Pattengill Auditorium and Slauson Junior High.
This year we have the good fortune to present our plays at Lydia Mendelssohn. With its splendid facilities we hope for greater scope for original presentation, thereby increasing audience pleasure.
The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre as you see it tonight is a local group, who feel that there is a place where the people of Ann Arbor have an opportunity to express themselves. This is a LOCAL group open to everyone who has an interest in the theater.
May we take this opportunity of extending a most cordial invitation to all who have--or hope to have- an interest in see- ing that Ann Arbor, as a community, will be well represented in the drama field.
"Elsewhere in the program IS information where membership may be obtained.
G. DA VIS SELLARDS, President
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
Officers
PRESIDENT....................................................................Mr. G. Davis Sellards VICE-PRESIDENT............................................................Mr. T. Todd Jones SE Mr. G. Davis Sellards Mr. Howard P. Fox Mrs. John H. Benjamin Mr. Ralph H. Beckwith Mr. Wilson R. Staples Miss Miriam I. Smith
Mr. T. Todd Jones Miss Louise Kempf Mr. A. B. Crandell
Mrs. T. Todd Jones Mr. John H. Benjamin Mrs. Ralph H . Beckwith
Board of Directors
TEAR OUT COUPON BELOW AND GIVE TO USHER
I WISH TO HA VE ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEA TRE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PLAYS FOR FUTURE PRODUCTIONS:
I AM/AM NOT INTERESTED IN JOINING THE ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEA TRE
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Grocery and Market
Now Three Barbers Waiting To Serve You 806 SOUTH STATE ST.
1200 Packard Phone 2-5531 William A. Miller Proprietor
NOTES ABOUT TONIGHT'S CAST
IBSEN DANA ELCAR (Arthur Birling) and Director of the play, started interest in theater in high school, played ARSENIC AND OLD LACE and THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. He had four years with Cranbrook Summer School of the Theater, as a student, then as teacher- director, playing there, FIRST LADY; CRADLE SONG, and WAR- RIOR'S HUSBAND. This past season with the Birmingham Summer Players, he played "Dan" in NIGHT MUST FALL. With Ann Arbor Civic Theatre about a year, he directed a laboratory play, and was "Chris" in ALL MY SONS.
MORRIS MARVIN WINER (Gerald Croft) played in VOICE OF THE TURTLE last season.':He is a graduate student in the University of Michigan's Department of Speech, has appeared in the annual French Plays, and has played with the Rochester Community Playhouse.
SHIRLEY LOEBLICH (Sheila Birling) was seen in THE BARRETTS
.
OF WIMPOLE STREET in 1947. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she played in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, SUMMER SOLSTICE, THE WINSLOW BOY, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, DR. FAUSTUS, and TOV ARICH.
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
CAMPBELL BAKERY "Across from Post Office"
219 North Main St. Phone 2-9880 PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
OPTICAL SERVICE TO CAMPUS AREA
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NOTES ABOUT TONIGHT'S CAST
MARJORIE STEWART (Sybil Birling) appeared in NIGHT MUST FALL. Before coming to Ann Arbor, played with the Kansas State Players.
JEANNE FINLAYSON HOLZER (Edna) began interest in the theater with Stevens College Radio Theater. She has appeared at this theater once before, in BIDIN' OUR TIME, a 1944 A.S.T.P. production.
RICHARD B. ARNESEN, (Eric Birling) is new to Ann Arbor and Civic Theatre. He has played with the San Francisco State College Players, and appeared there in JUNIOR MISS.
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BIG TEN MARKET
533 E. Liberty Phone 9115 1918 Packard Road Phone 2-0798
The Dependable Stores
CALiiiNS-FLETCHER DRUG COMPANY
324 SOUTH STATE STREET Corner STATE and PACKARD Telephone 4287 Telephone 4615
NOTES ABOUT TONIGHT'S CAST
T. TODD JONES (Inspector Coole) is the Vice-President of Civic Theatre, and has been seen in three of its major productions. His was the title role in THE LATE GEORGE APLEY, he played Edward Barrett, in THE BARRETS OF WIMPOLE STREET, directed KISS AND TELL and played in last season's ALL MY SONS.
COMPLIMENTS OF
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Established 1869
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PAINTING and DECORATING 112 West Washington St.
Ann Arbor
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VARLAR PAPERS ON DISPLAY
State Street
FINGERLE LUMBER COMP ANY
"There is a Material Difference"
617-715 SOUTH FIFTH AVENUE
MILLER PHARMACY
Prescriptions
Compliments of
W AHR'S
BOOK STORE, INC.
105 N. MAIN ST. 316 S. STATE ST.
STEERING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN- Mrs. T. Todd Jones :BUSINESS........................................................................Mr. Wilson R. Staples PUBLICITY..................................................Miss Margaret Nickerson Martin PRODUCTION................................................................Miss Miriam I. Smith MEMBERSHIP..................................................................Mrs. T. T odd Jones
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COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE
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302 State Savings Bank Phone 8813
311 S. Main St. Phone 2-3277
FISCHtR HARDWARE
When In Need of the Best in Hardware SEE OUR SELECTION
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FRESH FRUITS a n d VEGET ABLES QUALITY MEATS - FROZEN FOODS
Hrs.: 9a.m.-9 p.m. Daily; Noon-9 p.m. Sun. Packard at State Phone 2-7500
THE ABBOTI GASOLINE COMPANY
Ann Arbor
Hi-Speed Products
PLAY READING
M1chigan
Phyllis Wright, Marie Gilson, Robin Hall,· Marjorie Stewart, Ethel Kudrna, Nancy McGee, Fran Benjamin, Todd Jones, Carl Gingles, Dick Cutting.
JACK1S MARKET
Compliments of
CO-ED B~AUTY SHOP DOROTHY MUVRIN, Owner
Groceries
1028 E. University
Meats
Phone 2-6505
217 Observatory
Phone 8393
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TUCKAWAY HOUSE
PHONE 9582
Outlet for Work of the Handicapped
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CARROLL HOWEll1S SUPER SERVICE
TIRES-BA TTERIES-ACCESSORIES
522 EAST LIBERTY at MAYNARD
CIVIC THEATRE THANKS
THE ANN ARBOR CITY COUNCIL and PARK COMMISSION for the use of a Log Cabin Qn Burns Park
as a Workshop for its activities
MUEHLIG FUNERAL CHAPEL, INC. 403 South Fourth Avenue
for loaning us chairs for all our membership meetings
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
All three acts,.which are continuous, take place in the dining-room of
the Biding's home in Brumley, an industrial city in the North Midlands.
IT IS AN EVENING IN SPRING, 1912.
(There will be a ten-minute intermission between the acts)
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New Beauty Salon
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We also cater to the small fry
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THE CAST
Arthur Birling................................................................IBSEN DANA ELGAR
Gerald Croft...................................................... MORRIS MARVIN WINER
Sheila Birling................................................................SHIRLEY LOEBLICH
Sybil Birling................................................................MARJORIE STEW ART
Edna............................................................JEANNE FINLA YSON HOLZER
Eric Birling................................................................RICHARD B. ARNESEN
Inspector Goole......................................................................T. TODD JONES
NORTH
UNIVERSITY A VENUE
Jewelers
HALL E·RIs
The Newest and Best in Good BOOKS
OVERBECK BOfiK STORE 1216 South University Avenue
STAFF FOR
I I AN INSPECTOR CALLS"
DESIGNER.................................................................................. Ethel Kudrna ASSISTANT to the DESIGNER............................................Nancy L. McGee WORKSHOP CREW: Barbara Cartwright, Ann Husselman, Richard D.
Cutting, Nancy McMurray, Jean McNamee, Carm Stornant.
STAGE MANAGER................................................................Nancy L. McGee STAGE CREW............Richard D. Cutting, Jeanne F. Holzer, Uolevi Lahti PROPERTIES.................................................................................. Alice Steere W ARDROBE MISTRESS.......................................................... Louise Kempf
ASSIST ANTS..............Charlotte Timm, Marion Crandell, Clemma Biddle ELECTRICIAN.............................................................................. Howard Fox LIGHTS CREW: Katherine Corson, Margaret Fox, Ann Husselman,
Ann McDonald, Phyllis Wright.
ANN ARBOR FUEL · COMPANY
• TELEPHONE 4271
HAROLD J. McKERCHfR
District Agent For
LINCOLN N A T'L LIFE INSURANCE CO. GEN'L INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 336 East Ann St. Phone 2-3249
Best Wishes for a Successful Season ! "A FRIEND~~
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In Ann Arbor Since 1888
STAFF (continued)
MAKE-UP.................................................................................. Carl F. Conrad ASSISTANTS................................Wilhelmina Beckwith, Barbara Crandall PURCHASING AGENT....................................................Richard D. Cutting BOOK HOLDER......................................................................Ruth M. Albert TICKET SALES and BOX OFFICE: Mabel H. Jones, chairman; Fran
Benjamin, Ellen Staples, Margaret N. Martin. PROGRAMS....................................................Fran Benjamin, John Benjamin PROGRAM ADVERTISING: Marion Crandell, chairman ; Ruth Grace,
Florence Ferris, Rose Betke, Billie Beckwith, Marguerite del Toro,
Louise Kempf, A. B. Crandell.
!v!EMBERSHIP: Mabel H. Jones, chairman; Louise Kempf, assistant SOCIAL.................................................................... Ruth Albert, Dick Cutting
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Smart Clothes for the Smart Woman
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Downtown Ann Arbor
1352 GEDDES A VENUE TELEPHONE 4 2 6 3
& MILLER
JOHN M. BALLARD
Phone 4454 2444 East Stadium
NURSERY and GREEN HOUSE POTTED PLANTS A SPECIALTY
GILL LUMBER COMPANY
Builders' Hardware Devoe Paints
"WHERE THE GREATER NUMBER GET THEIR LUMBER"
Phone 2-4555 524 S. Main St.
THE EAST ANN ARBOR FOOD MARKET
Ralph Rash, Prop. - Phone 5075 3008 Packard Parking Space Available
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION................January 24 and 25, 1950 LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Watch for announcement of play and cast.
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Supplies and Instruction Greenware - Custom Firing HOLLIS HOUSE (Phone 9764) HOFFMAN'S HOBBY HOUSE (Ph. 2-4972)
Ann Arbor's Fine Store for Women
301 SOUTH M A I N STREET
CONVENIENT STORE
Corner State and Dewey Open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily
Sundays and Holidays GROCERIES and MEATS
ALF E. ~HANKLIN REAL TOR - REAL EST A TE
Insurance-Fire-Auto-Household Goods Furs-Robbery
307 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 5280
NIUS~N'S FLOWER SHOP ~nd Greenhouses, Inc.
LARGEST GREENHOUSE IN CITY
PHONE 2-3269
Maiden lane Near The Island
CRIPP~N DRUG STORE PHONE 8511
217 N. Main Opposite Post .Office
ULRICH'S BOOK STORE
Artists Supplies
From the Beginner to the Master! PRINTS and REPRODUCTIONS
25c to $25.00
900 South State at Packard Street
Civic Theatre is deeply indebted to TALBOT STUDIO
for the pictures of the cast
STATE DRUG COMPANY
TELEPHONE 4344
900 South State at Packard
Roach P ,.infing
PRINTERS OF THIS PROGRAM
MEMBERSHIP MEETING will be Wednesday, Nov. 16th LOG CABIN, BURNS PARK, EIGHT o'CLOCK
We invite everyone interested to attend. Why not come and join our group?
MOSELEY TYPEWRITER
"Don't Say Typewriters- S a y MOSELEY ' S"
214 E. Washington Phone 5888
B. E. MUEHLIG Dry Goods
126 S. Main St. Ann Arbor
Compliments of
FOLLETT 1 S Michig~a Book Store
322 S. State St. Phone 6363
MAST SHOES
ULTRA-MODERN STYLES
TWO STORES
121 South Main St. Phone 2-6326 619 East Liberty Phone 2-0266
SCHLANDERER & SONS JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS
208 South Main Street
\ 209 East Washington
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Appreciates the co-operation of WPAG and WPAG-FM
in the production of
" AN INSPECTOR CALLS"
MEAL MART CAFETERIA
338 Maynard St. Thru the Arcade
LUNCH........11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
DINNER..............S p.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays-Noon to 2 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.
DAILY SPECIALS PHONE 2-0810
USHERS
ROSE BETKE ...•.................................................................................Chairman FRAN BENJAMIN..............................................................Assistant Chairman
ASSISTING USHERS : Mabel Jones, Wilson Staples, Ellen Staples, John Benjamin, Mary Lou Bramwell, Ruth Grace, Patricia Simon, Elaine Zimmerman, Jane Gleason, Ruth Albert, Mary Louise Klemach, Marie Gilson, Shirley Boyd, Jean Brown, Irma Griffith, Barbara Cartwright, Alice Steere, Jean McNamee, Katherine Corson, Robin Hall, Pat Chaffee, Nancy M cMurray, Lillian M cQuire, Edith Biddle, Elaine Stornant, Marion Crandell.
GRAY & McDOUGALL GROCERY
1123 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
CORNWELL COAL CO.
PREMIUM FUEL
Phone 2-3117 410 Miller Ave.
ASK ABOUT OUR STOKER COAL SERVICE
TELEPHONE 2-3161
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106 NORTH FOURTH AVENUE
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THRASHER and COMPANY
"Everything for the Office"
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS
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40-42 NORTH HURON YPSILANTI, MICH . Telephone 849
PREVIOUS SEASONS with ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
1947 February.............................................................. MY SISTER EILEEN 1947 May...................................................... THE LATE GEORGE APLEY
1947 November....................THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET
1948 March................................................ N I G H T M U S T F A L L
1948 May..............................................................................KISS AND TELL
1948 October............................................THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE
1949 M a r c h ...... .. .................................................................... A L L M Y S O N S
Ann Arbor Re~l EstOJte Company
REALTORS
Wuerth Theatre Bldg. Phone 2-4503
E. M. Norcross - Dugald Duncanson
PHOTOGRAPHER
Studio: 332 South State, Phone 5031
Compliments of
KESSELS FASHIONS
217 S. Main
9 Nickels Arcade
Compliments of ALEXANDERDRUG STORE 1727 N. University Phone 9797
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MEMBERS OF ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
MISS RUTH M. ALBERT
MISS FRANCES APOSTOL
MR. RICHARD B. ARNESEN
MR. & MRS. RALPH H. BECKWITH MR. & MRS. JOHN H. BENJAMIN MR. PETER BERTSOS
MRS. BEN BETKE
MRS. CLEMMA BIDDLE
MRS. EDITH BIDDLE
MRS. MAURICE BOYD
MISS MARY LOU BRAMWELL
MR. WILLIAM C. BROMFIELD
MR. LAIRD BROOKS
MISS JEAN BROWN
MR. ROY E. BROWN
MR. ARTHUR L. BRYANT
MRS. C. V. CARTER
MRS. DORWIN P. CARTWRIGHT MISS PAT CHAFFEE
MR. & MRS. CARL F. CONRAD MISS CATHERINE J. CORSON MISS ROXY COWIN
MR. & MRS. ALGER B. CRANDELL MRS. W. T. CRANDELL
MR. RICHARD CUTTING
MRS. JULIO DEL TORO
MR. JAY B. DUKE
MR. IBSEN DANA ELCAR
MR. & MRS. FRANK A. FERRIS MR. & MRS. HOWARD P. FOX MISS BETTY FULLER
DR. & MRS. THOMAS D. GILSON DR. CARL E. GINGLES
MRS. KERMIT L. GLEASON
MR. FRED GODDARD
DR. & MRS. JAMES D. GRACE
MRS. ERMA GRIFFITH MRS. RICHARD GREGORY MRS. JOHN W. HALL
MR. & MRS. LAWRENCE A. HOFFMAN MRS. JEANNE F. HOLZER
MISS ANN HUSSELMAN
MR. & MRS. T. TODD JONES
MISS OLGA KAZARINOFF MISS LOUISE KEMPF
MRS. BEN KESSEL
MISS MARY LOU KLEMACH MISS ETHEL KUDRNA
MR. UOLEVI LAHTI
MISS KATHLEEN LAUGHLIN
MISS RUTH LIVINGSTON
MISS SHIRLEY LOEBLICH
MISS NANCY L. McGEE
MISS LILLIAN McGUIRE
MR. & MRS. HAROLD McKERCHER
MR. STUART McLEOD
MISS NANCY McMURRAY
MISS JEAN McNAMEE
MISS MARGARET NICKERSON MARTIN MR. & MRS. FREEMAN D. MILLER
MISS ELIZABETH C. PATTERSON
MISS LOIS M. PORTWOOD
MRS. THEODORA ROOS
MR. JERRY W. RYAN
MR. G. DAVIS SELLARDS
MR. JOHN SARGENT
MRS. GERALDINE SEEBACK
MISS PATRICIA SIMONS
MISS MIRIAM I. SMITH
MR. & MRS. WILSON R. STAPLES
MR. WALTER P. STAEBLER
MISS ALICE STEERE
MRS. KENNETH STEWART
MR. & MRS. CARMEN STORNANT MRS. CHARLOTTE PALMER TIMM MRS. L. HART WRIGHT
MR. THEODORE R. ZIEFLE MISS ELAINE ZIMMERMAN
STATE SAVINGS BANK of Ann Arbor ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
The ANN ARBOR TRUST COMPANY
COMPLETE TRUST SERVICES
To the Members of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, we of the City of Ann Arbor thank you for your efforts in bringing to us a very needed part of our civic development. Best wishes for a successful 1949-1950 season!
WILLIAM E. BROWN, Jr.,
Mayor
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