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Montage December 8, 1972, Students Of Risd Dec 1972

Montage December 8, 1972, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of December 8, 1972 included an interview with Dean Randolph and an article about the election of new members of the RISD Board of Trustees. Also included was information about new art in the RISD Museum. Events and classifieds for RISD students were also mentioned.


Montage November 17, 1972, Students Of Risd Nov 1972

Montage November 17, 1972, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of November 17, 1972 included an article about the Miter Boxing Club. There was a contest for changing the name of the students newspaper and a students won for the name change to Expose. There was an article about the recent Figure Sculpture exhibit at the RISD Museum. Also there was another article about the changes to the professional exam for students seeking architectural licenses at some New England colleges, including RISD. Events for RISD students were also listed.


Alice In Wonderland, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Nov 1972

Alice In Wonderland, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972-1973 Season

Alice and her sister Delilah are sitting under a tree when Alice sees the White Rabbit hurry down a rabbit hole. Alice follows the White Rabbit into Wonderland, where she has a series of marvelously imaginative adventures.

https://www.enotes.com/topics/alices-adventures


The Man Who Killed Time (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts Nov 1972

The Man Who Killed Time (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts

Productions 1970-1979

Playwright: Arthur Fauquez

Director: Gayle Cornelison

Setting: Warner Blake

Costumes: Richard Levering

Lighting: Kenneth R. Dorst

Academic Year: 1972-1973


Cd Means Creative Dramatics, James Koldenhoven Nov 1972

Cd Means Creative Dramatics, James Koldenhoven

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


A Man For All Seasons Oct 1972

A Man For All Seasons

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1972 performance of A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt.

A Man for All Seasons is based on the life of Sir Thomas Moore, a 16th century chancellor of England who refused to endorse King Henry the VIII’s divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon, who did not bear him any sons so her could marry Anne Boleyn.


Montage October 18, 1972, Students Of Risd Oct 1972

Montage October 18, 1972, Students Of Risd

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Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of October 18, 1972 had an article about an open house at the RISD Campus Assistance Center on October 26, 1972. A women's lib multiple choice quiz, RISD Museum news and a game were also in this issue. Events of interest to RISD students and classifieds were also included.


The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Oct 1972

The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972-1973 Season

“Give me a girl at an impressionable age, and she is mine for life.” So speaks Jean Brodie, a liberated and charismatic schoolteacher. Edinburgh in the 1930s is conservative and respectable, but at the Marcia Blaine School for Girls, Miss Brodie stands out among the drab faculty, with her passionate teaching style.

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is a gripping, entertaining, powerful drama of adolescence and adulthood, of betrayal and manipulation, and the powerful, lasting effect of a charismatic teacher.

http://stageagent.com/shows/play/2047/the-prime-of-miss-jean-brodie#ixzz4uU7r21X1


Help Stamp Out Marriage Starring Van Johnson, Little Theatre On The Square Oct 1972

Help Stamp Out Marriage Starring Van Johnson, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers Starring Rosemary Prinz, Little Theatre On The Square Oct 1972

The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers Starring Rosemary Prinz, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


The Wild Duck (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts Oct 1972

The Wild Duck (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts

Productions 1970-1979

Playwright: Henrik Ibsen

Director: Paul W. Davee

Costumes: Christopher Moad

Lighting: Joseph Cardinalli

Academic Year: 1972-1973


Dark Of The Moon Program [1972], Usm Department Of Theatre Oct 1972

Dark Of The Moon Program [1972], Usm Department Of Theatre

Theatre Programs 1970-1989

By Howard Richard and William Berney


The Importance Of Being Earnest Sep 1972

The Importance Of Being Earnest

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1972 performance of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.

The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People, is a farcical comedy about two men who each take on the personas with the name of Earnest in order to escape the burdens of social obligations.

This production was set as a Reader's Theatre due to the limited physical space available.

This is one of three plays performed at Eastbrook Middle School Cafetorium because of the destruction of Shreiner Auditorium in Helena Music Hall. Helena Music Hall was destroyed ...


The Lion In Winter Starring Helen Wagner And Donald May, Little Theatre On The Square Sep 1972

The Lion In Winter Starring Helen Wagner And Donald May, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Company Starring Janis Paige And Ed Evanko, Little Theatre On The Square Sep 1972

Company Starring Janis Paige And Ed Evanko, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Promises, Promises Starring Peter Palmer, Little Theatre On The Square Aug 1972

Promises, Promises Starring Peter Palmer, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


The Fiddler On The Roof Starring Shelley Berman, Little Theatre On The Square Aug 1972

The Fiddler On The Roof Starring Shelley Berman, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Anything Goes Starring Frank Sutton, Little Theatre On The Square Jul 1972

Anything Goes Starring Frank Sutton, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Ah, Wilderness!, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Jul 1972

Ah, Wilderness!, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972 Summer Theatre

Ah, Wilderness! is a comedy by American playwright Eugene O'Neill that premiered on Broadway at the Guild Theater on October 2, 1933. It varies from a typical O'Neill play in its happy ending for the central character, and depiction of a happy family in turn of the century America. It is O'Neill's only well-known comedy.

Ah, Wilderness!. (2017, September 13). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 21:37, September 28, 2017, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ah,_Wilderness!&oldid=800505034


Summer And Smoke, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Jul 1972

Summer And Smoke, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972 Summer Theatre

One of Tennessee Williams’ most subtle and tender works, Summer and Smoke explores the conflict between the hedonistic body and the lofty spirit. Set in Mississippi, Alma Winemiller, the minister’s daughter, has grown up loving the boy who lives next door: John Buchanan, the doctor’s son, is a wild, adventurous, mischievous pleasure seeker. He spends the hot Mississippi summers drinking, gambling, and romancing. His only religion is the anatomy chart on his wall, and what it teaches him about man’s needs: food, truth, and lovemaking. Alma, on the other hand, is quiet, eccentric, and high-strung. Her name ...


The Unsinkable Molly Brown Starring Barbara Rush, Little Theatre On The Square Jul 1972

The Unsinkable Molly Brown Starring Barbara Rush, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Ring 'Round The Moon (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts Jul 1972

Ring 'Round The Moon (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts

Productions 1970-1979

Playwright: Jean Anouilh

Director: Hal J. Todd

Setting: James R. Earle Jr.

Costumes: Janet Hanreddy

Lighting: Kenneth R. Dorst

Academic Year: 1971-1972


You Can't Take It With You, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Jul 1972

You Can't Take It With You, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972 Summer Theatre

Grandpa Vanderhof and his wacky family, the Sycamores, have been happily living their zany lives in his house by Columbia University in New York for many years. This family (and their friends) are a madcap group of eccentrics, marching to the beat of their own drum, with pride and joy. Their hobbies include collecting snakes, building fireworks in the basement, writing a myriad of plays that never get published, and taking ballet lessons. Things like stress, jobs, and paying taxes to the government are for other people, not for them! But when practical young Alice Sycamore becomes engaged to her ...


The Imaginary Invalid, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Jul 1972

The Imaginary Invalid, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972 Summer Theatre

This play follows Argan: he hates to spend money and is a hypochondriac. He is seeking a doctor for his daughter to marry so that he can get free treatment. The cast of characters tries to cure Argan from his obsession with doctors. Part of the plan involves him pretending to be dead to find out who cares about him.

http://stageagent.com/shows/play/1939/the-imaginary-invalid#ixzz4u0r4TjtG


Rumplestiltskin And The Witches (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts Jul 1972

Rumplestiltskin And The Witches (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts

Productions 1970-1979

Playwright: Hal and Jo Todd

Director: Hal J. Todd

Set Design: Dan Leigh

Costumes: Janet Hanreddy

Lighting: Gerald Grantham

Academic Year: 1971-1972


The Theatrical Innovations Of Charles Laughton, Gary Joseph Jones Jul 1972

The Theatrical Innovations Of Charles Laughton, Gary Joseph Jones

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

In most journalistic studies the film career of Charles Laughton overshadows his theatrical activities to the extent that the reader is hardly aware of the importance of his theatrical innovations to the theater of our time. The more commercial side of Laughton’s career was publicized while his artistic efforts, as characterized by the innovations, were frequently forgotten. More people remember him as the man who played Captain Bligh in the movies than as the man who worked with Bertolt Brecht, created the First Drama Quartette and developed a new American art form, Readers’ Theatre.

The rationale of this study ...


1776 Starring Bill Hayes, Little Theatre On The Square Jun 1972

1776 Starring Bill Hayes, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Plaza Suite, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Jun 1972

Plaza Suite, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1972 Summer Theatre

The play is composed of three acts, each involving different characters but all set in Suite 719 of New York City's Plaza Hotel. The first act, Visitor From Mamaroneck, introduces the audience to not-so-blissfully wedded couple Sam and Karen Nash, who are revisiting their honeymoon suite in an attempt by Karen to bring the love back into their marriage. Her plan backfires and the two become embroiled in a heated argument about whether or not Sam is having an affair with his secretary. The act ends with Sam leaving (allegedly to attend to urgent business) and Karen sadly reflecting ...


Under Papa's Picture Starring Eve Arden, Little Theatre On The Square Jun 1972

Under Papa's Picture Starring Eve Arden, Little Theatre On The Square

1972 Programs

No abstract provided.


Butterflies Are Free (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts Jun 1972

Butterflies Are Free (1972), San Jose State University, Theatre Arts

Productions 1970-1979

Playwright: Leonard Gershe

Director: Kenneth Barton

Scene: Hal J. Todd

Costume: Roger Speicher

Lighting: William Holladay

Academic Year: 1972-1973