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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
April
Year
1989
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John Alexander, Joan Morgan, and Scott McKay in "Born Yesterday" during Ann Arbor Drama Season, May 1950

John Alexander, Joan Morgan, and Scott McKay in "Born Yesterday" during Ann Arbor Drama Season, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 22, 1950
Caption
'Born Yesterday' Stars: In this scene from "Born Yesterday," Drama Season production which opens tonight at Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, Junk King Harry Brock (played by John Alexander, left) is dubious about the rapid political education his "protege" Billie Dawn (Joan Morgan) is acquiring. He has placed her under the tutelage of a liberal young reporter (Scott McKay, right) so she won't be a liability as he seeks more political influence in Washington.

Dramatic Arts Theater stages a scene from Sartre's "No Exit," March 1955

Dramatic Arts Theater stages a scene from Sartre's "No Exit," March 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1955
Caption
'NO EXIT' IS LAST DRAMATIC ARTS CENTER PRODUCTION: Pictured in their roles in "No Exit," by philosopher-dramatist Jean Paul Sartre, are Ralph Drischell as the bellboy, Rica Martens (center) as Estelle and Irma Hurley as Indez. The play, which will open a three-weekend run at 8:15 p.m. Friday at the Masonic Temple, is the last production of the current Dramatic Arts Center season.

Members of the New Black Repertory Company Rehearse at Bethel A.M.E. Church, September 1976

Members of the New Black Repertory Company Rehearse at Bethel A.M.E. Church, September 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 5, 1976
Caption
Michael Davis, who plays singer Otis Redding, right, points at devil in whiteface, played by Bernard Wiseman. They appear, along with Michael Bundrage as the lawyer, in "The Devil and Otis Redding or the King of Soul," opening this week.