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January 22. 23,
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ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATER. INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
KENNETH MacDONALD __ ___ ___ _ PRESIDENT
GERARD M. SCOFIELD .............................. ... . ................ . .
. __VICE-PRESIDENT ..... SECRETARY _ TREASURER
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Dear Friend of the Civic Theatre:
For years many of us have dreamed of the AACT owning its own theatre building. While this remains pretty much in the dream stage, recent facts show that such a venture is completely possible. We hope that you will be hearing more of this very soon.
Expansion and growth of a group such as ours can only occur through public support of our major productions. We ask lor no more. However in asking for this support we would like to carry it one step further by inviting you to become a salesman for us. It's easy- here's all you have to do- tell your friends about us. Especially do we hope that Thursday and Friday night audiences will tell their friends and encourage them to see the current production on one of the remaining nights.
In closing let me remind you about our annual Oscar Award banquet to be held in May. This is the climax of our season, and is open to all of our friends and guests. You will hear more of this later and we hope that many of you will plan to attend.
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In behalf of the City of Ann Arbor, I wish to thank the members of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. Your efforts make it possible for the citizens of Ann Arbor to enjoy fine enter- tainment, while at the same time this activity is a great part of our civic development. Best wishes for a successful 1952- 1953 season.
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ABOUT THE DIRECTOR -
Mrs. Morris is making her Civic Theatre debut after an extensive pro- fessional career. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and has studied with Sanford Meiner in the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York. Her experience has included appearances in five seasons of summer theatre in New York, Connecticut, and Tennessee; appearances with off-Broadway groups, and the road company of Dear Ruth. She now lives in Ann Arbor where her husband is in the University.
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ANTHONY PASQUARIELLO (Philip Lombard) is Professor of Spanish and Italian at the University, where he has directed the annual Spanish plays since I944. At Brooklyn College, New York, he appeared in speech depart- ment plays and participated in a one year dramatic series on WNYC. This is his first appearance with Civic Theatre.
RUTH UVINGSTON (Vera Claythorne) is well known to Civic Theatre aud- iences for her roles in All My Sons. The Spider and Holiday. for which she won the "best actress" award. She has also appeared with Play Production at the University, and in the 1950-51 Drama Season.
ROBERT ROY WILUAMS (Sir Wargrave) is another newcomer to Civic Theatre. Now with Grinnell Brothers in Ann Arbor, he gained dramatic ex- perience in civic and stock theater at Fort Wayne, Indiana, and with the Theatre of the Dunes, Michigan City, Indiana.
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ELMER BENSON (William Blore) comes to Civic Theatre with previous exper- ience at Muskegon Junior College and with the Muskegon Little Theater, where he played in The Man Who Came to Dinner and Another Language. He is now employed in Ann Arbor as a salesman.
MARK LUEDI (Dr. Armstrong) first appeared with Civic Theatre in The Thir- teenth Chair about ten years ago. He has also been active in a Methodist Church drama group. Ann Arbor High School, the U. of M , and the Air Corps claim him as an alumnus. He is an engineering technician, now living in Dexter.
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GENE DUKE (General MacKenzie) is an Ann Arbor resident vrho will be remembered as the "echo" to Alex Azary in The Spider. Previously he acted in several high school productions. He currently is employed with the Wol- verine Roofing Company.
RAYDELL SMITH (Emily Brent) has had an extensive theatrical background with the Merrill School of Expression, the Bonstell Theater, and Madame Rebora's School of Speech. She comes to us from Detroit, where she directed a children's theater group.
SYDNEY LAMBERT (Anthony Marston) gained experience with St. Mary's Theatre Guild in Wayne. He sang in several Florida supper clubs, and ap- peared on a local radio station in Ft. Lauderdale. This is his debut with Civic Theatre.
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ROBERT P. LOGAN (Rogers) made his initial Civic Theatre appearance in Holiday. An Ann Arbor resident, he is employed by the Ford Motor Company, where he is a member of the Ped-Ford Chorus. He has had a wealth of stage experience with the U. of M. Gilbert and Sullivan Society.
BETTY CUNNINGHAM (Mrs. Rogers) has done theater work with various groups in the East. She is now a secretary at University Hospital. We wel- come her to Civic Theatre with this performance.
RALPH ERLEWINE (Fred Narracott) is a transplanted Pennsylvanian now employed by the Controllers Division Ford Motor Company His experience includes high school plays, the Community Theatre in Lancaster, the Cones- toga Players, and the Green Room Club at F &M College. Ralph is a profes- sional magician who has also had experience in set construction and direction.
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