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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Program: The Curious Savage, December 02, 1954

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
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1954
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
G. DAVIS SELLARDS ... ..... ............... ..... . . .. .. President ANTHONY PASQUARIELLO ................ ................................Vice-president
LOINE MEINEL ... ..................... ... MRS. BEN KESSEL
RICHARD D. CUTTING GERARD M. ScoFIELD RoBERT C. BARBER RoBERT P. LoGAN
. .............Secretary .............Treasurer
jAMES BRILEY SusAN HuNTLEY MRS. KENNETH MACDONALD MRS. KENNETH TRUE
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
wishes to thank its many ADVERTISERS
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ABOUT THE DIRECTOR - TED HEUSEL
The Civic Theatre of Ann Arbor is celebrating its twenty-fifth Anni- versary by hiring Ann Arbor's most prominent theatre personality to direct its first season of six productions. Mr. Heusel holds an A.B. Degree from Michigan State Normal College and a Masters Degree from the University of Michigan. He has worked professionally in both radio and TV, and the University of Michigan Drama Season. Last summer Mr. Heusel was the Director of The Saline Mill Theatre which is one of the country's most successful professional summer theatres. Mr. Heusel's final production of Michigan's premiere showing of "The Lady's Not For Burning" won critical acclaim in newspapers from Ann Arbor, Detroit, Toledo, and Windsor. It is because of his distinctive success in commercial theatre that the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre has chosen Mr. Heusel to direct them to what is proving to be their biggest year. The expansion of the Civic Theatre pro- gram under professional guidance is to give all its interested citizens a chance to participate in an active theatre program on an amateur basis. The Civic Theatre feels that Ann Arbor is very fortunate in having the University of Michigan Drama Season, Concert Series, Lecture Series, and Art Exhibitions in its yearly calendar of professional performers. Out of this, The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre for the first time in its twenty-five years of self-supporting theatre has hired a Director that can give Ann Arbor not only the best in amateur performances, but the very much needed and demanded outlet for the entire community to participate in a project for Ann Arbor people, with Ann Arbor people, and by Ann Arbor people. No contributions are asked-only your time and your love of the theater.
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NOTES ABOUT THE CAST
* BETTl TRUE-"Mrs. Savage." We are very fortunate in having as our lead such an experienced actress as Beth. As a member of the Players Club in Columbus, Ohio, she played in "Our Town," "The Winslow Boy," and "I Remember Mama." The Little Club of Steubenville, Ohio further broadened her experience in the plays "Blythe Spirit" and "Dear Ruth."
* GARY JOHNSON-"Titus" makes his second appearance of the year tonight with Civic Theater. He was cast last month as Roger the shy suitor in "Summer and Smoke." Last year he was seen in our production of "Three Men on a Horse" and with the Ypsilanti Players in "School for Wives." A graduate of the University of Michigan Gary is now working toward a Master's degree in Business Admin- istration.
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* LEWIS G. BOATNER-"Samuel" is a newcomer to Civic Theater this year and is already taking his third role of the season. He comes to us from Louisiana where he played in the New Orleans Little Theater. While waiting for his appointment to the Michigan Depart- ment of Conservation, he makes his home in Ann Arbor.
* MARY LEE MERRIMAN-"Lily Belle" is making her debut with us tonight. Mary Lee had her dramatic training with Jane Keeler's Studio Players in Buffalo, New York appearing as Titania in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," in "Madchin in Uniform," and "As You Like It." She also appeared with the Charlotte, North Carolina Little Theater in "Cry Havoc." Her local experience has been in the two
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* AUTUMN ROUTSON--"Florence" is a newcomer to Civic Theater. She has had other dramatic experience in high school and has par- ticipated in two plays at the Zion Lutheran Church. She is employed as a secretary for the Fred Burton Abstract Co.
* CARL GINGLES-"Jeff" is not making his first appearance with us tonight. He can be remembered as the doctor in last year's best play of the year "Home of the Brave." Before that he played George in "All My Sons." Carl is a practicing dentist and a resident of Ann Arbor.
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Drama Season he played Rocky in "Gramercy Ghost"; for Student Players, he can be remembered as Mr. Pritchard in "The Detec- tive Story." Bill is now on the faculty of Ann Arbor High School teaching a newly instituted course in dramatics that is one of the finest throughout midwestern high schools.
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* DORI APPEL-"Fairy May" is playing her first role in Civic Theater tonight. Previous experience has been in high school productions and
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* DOROTHEA LEONARD-"Mrs. Paddy" is making her first appearance with Civic Theater. She received her training at Macalistes Con- servatory and with private teachers. For eight seasons she par- ticipated in the Chataqua and Lyceum programs. Since coming to Ann Arbor she has been an active member of the Faculty Women's Monday Evening Drama Group.
* HELEN NICKY LEMPESIS-"Miss Willie" is presently employed as secretary in the Physiology Department of the University Medical School. Her experience in drama was gained in several high school plays and was augmented by University of Michigan Radio and Tel- evision. While majoring in radio and television at college, she also
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"THE CURIOU by John P
Directed byf' Thefc
Guests Florence. Hannibal . Fairy May . Jeffery . . . Mrs. Paddy
The Savages Mrs. Savage . Titus . . Samuel
Lily Belle
The Staff
Miss Wilhelmina Dr. Emmett . .
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JANUARY
3 Tryouts for "The Chase" 4 Tryouts for "The Chase" 5 Tryouts for "The Chase" 9 Playreading Group
II Board Meeting
13 W orkshop Meeting
20 Major Production "Giocunda Smile" 21 Major Production "Giocunda Smile" 22 Major Production "Giocunda Smile" 24 Tryouts for the sixth play
25 Tryouts for the sixth play
26 Tryouts for the sixth play
27 General Meeting
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DEPT. OF SPEECH IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE ENGLISH DEPT. PRESENTS
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1954-55 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
DECEMBER 19
2 Major Production "Curious Savage"
3 Major Production "Curious Savage"
4 Major Production "Curious Savage"
6 Tryouts for "Giocunda Smile"
7 Tryouts for "Giocunda Smile"
8 Tryouts for "Giocunda Smile"
12 Playreading Group 14 Board Meeting
16 General Meeting
23 W orkshop Meeting
MARCH
3 One·Act for W.S.W.C.
8 Board Meeting
10 Major Production 11 Major Production 12 Major Production 13 P1ayreading Group 17 General Meeting 24 Workshop Meeting
APRIL, MAY and JUNE
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