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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: The Silver Whistle, October 20, 1950

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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20
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October
Year
1950
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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
With the hope that we can constantly improve the quality of our dra- matic offerings to you, the people of Ann Arbor, we bring you "The Silver Whistle", which we believe to be our best production to date.
At the present time, the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre offers to all those interested an opportunity for dramatic expression. In fact, we are the only group functioning which does offer townspeople such an opportunity, and as townspeople, we hope that you will be interested in our work. That you are welcome is beyond question!
Future plans for this season that have fully materialized embrace our coming productions of "Laura", a challenging and intriguing mystery drama, and "Strange Bedfellows", a costume comedy all about woman suffrage, when there wasn't such a thing, and men generally were darn sure that there wasn't going to be. As usual, the women win. How they do so makes for guaranteed laughs and many of them.
This season we hope to bring to ..;nn Arbor audiences for the first time -so far as the general public is concerned--arena theatre. Plans are yet too tentative to say more.
As we work toward the objectives of all good community theatres, we continue to grow, personally and theatre-wise. We invite you to share in this growth, as a member of this community and its theatre.
T. TODD JONES
President, Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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We now have an active group of approximately one hundred members.
We should like to make this active list at least one hundred and one, so we sincerely invite you to become an active member of this gang.
It's such an easy thing to do. Only two things are required,-one: a sincere interest in the theatre; two: an honest desire to translate this interest into activity.
Work? We thrive on it. But we work toward bringing better theatre to Ann Arbor.Wehavea lotoffun,too.
Why not join us. "All the world's a stage," is as true today as it ever was. So why not call Ann Arbor 2-7534, ask for Billy (Mrs. Ralph Beckwith) our membership chairman, and tell her you want to become one of us.
There are two shows coming up--Laura, and Strange Bedfellows-an assortment of lab shows over in the Burns Park Cabin, and maybe even some- thing brand new to local audiences. Anyway, it's all theatre for the people, of the people, and by the people of Ann Arbor.
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TED HEUSEL-Director and male lead (Oliver T. Erwenter)-is an Ann Arbor man who has done exceptionally well in play production of the Uni- versity of Michigan. First show in 1948, "Of Thee I Eing," and followed down to now in one successful appearance after another. "You Can't Take It With You," "Down in the Valley," "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" in which he was an outstanding Lincoln, "On Borrowed Time," "Glass Menagerie," "Trojan Woman," "Family Portrait." "King Lear," "School For Husbands," "Time of Your Life," and "Great Adventure." His en- thusiastic following in Ann Arbor includes everyone in civic theatre.
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NOTES ON TONIGHT'S CAST
NANCY L. McGEE (Miss Hoadley). Nancy is a hard-working girl with us. In addition to numerous parts in laboratory one-act plays she starred as Paula Ritter in the "Torch Bearers" and the Irish maid in "The Male Animal" last year.
SHELDON D. SLAVIN (Reverend Watson). Ypsilanti Normal Senior, Speech Major, Dearborn resident, formerly with Ford Players and Junior Theatre Guild there. Stage manager in "Our Town," a Normal presen- tation. Studied speech at Emerson College in Boston. Last summer in Play Production "Antigone and the Tyrant" and "The Great Adventure."
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laboratory plays in the last several years.
EUZABETH PATTERSON (Miss Tripp) will be remembered in last year's "Torch Bearers" and has been with Civic Theatre since September, 1949. Very active and appreciated. Liz studied at the School of the Theatre, Western Springs, Ill She played leads in "The King's Hench- men," "Berkeley Square" and "The Would-Be-Gentleman" when later she was at the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's next major production will be "LAURA," a mystery in three acts by Vera Caspary and George Sklar. It will be directed by Carl Conrad, and will be produced on January 26 and 27 in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Try-outs for "LAURA" will be held on November 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7, at 8:00 o'clock in our workshop, the Log Cabin at Burns Park. YOU ARE INVITED.
"STRANGE BEDFOLLOWS," another comedy, will be presented April 13 and 14, 1951.
The next membership meeting of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre will be held on Monday, October 30th, in the Log Cabin Workshop at Burns Park, corner of Wells St. and Baldwin Ave. Anyone interested in becoming a mem- ber is welcome. Membership is unlimited. Come and join us in our little theatre activities. This is your personal invitation.
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NOTES ABOUT TONIGHT'S CAST
ROBIN HALL (Mrs. Hammer). Robin once played Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" with the Carolina Playmakers and in "Lost Colony" in summer theatre. O.W.I. propaganda plays during the war. In Winston-Salem Little Theatre Robin appeared in "Male Animal" and "Man Who Came to Dinner." In Harvardevens Players as "Alice" in "Dear Brutus." This is her first part in Civic Theatre, one of the best.
ALGER B. CRANDELL (Mr. Cherry). Long time part and character actor with our group. Was Dean Damon in last year's "Male Animal" and stage manager in "Torch Bearers."
JANE DAHLBERG (Mrs. Sampler) is an Ann Arbor girl and one of the best. Through high school and the university Jane has always been active and good in her parts. "Letters to Lucerne" in Ann Arbor High, Junior Girls play in U. of M., so that when she hit Civic Theatre last year she did a splendid "Mrs. Dean Damon" in "The Male Animal."
MARY DUKE (Reddy). Like her husband, Mary comes to us with a wealth of experience in theatre. Three years with !.M.A. Playhouse in Flint where she had leads in "Wedding Bells" and "The Colonel's Maid." She also had three years with Acme Players and two years in radio in the same city, followed by traveling with religious plays. She comes to us to show you what experience means.
TODD JONES (Emmett, the Other Tramp). President of Civic Theatre this season and first male award of "Oscar" for best acting, Todd is always at his best when before an audience. Remembered for work in "The Late George Apley," "The Barretts of Wimpole Street," "All My Sons," "The Male Animal."
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RUTH WHITTEMORE (Mrs. Beechwood), a former star of Play Production at the U. of M., acting, directing, adapting and managing. We can expect much from this gifted young lady.
G. DAVIS SELLARDS (Mr. Beebe). Dave is the real veteran of our cast. Any presentation is better when we can have him. Member of board, past president and always active behind the scenes if not in the cast, Dave is really the spirit· of Civic Theatre. Long remembered for his work in "My Sister Eileen," "Kiss and Tell," "All My Sons," "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife" and a score of others.
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