picture Gordon Tyler II
J lie Little Theater Will Raise the Curtain On 1944-45 1944-45 1944-45 With a Neiv Play Tomo rroiv Night "Listen, Professor" might not have come to town, otherwise IT OFTEN has been said that if it weren't for the University of Louisville's Little Theater Company, Louisvilje playgoers would be "singularly deprived of the opportunity to see new plays. This is brought to attention again this morning with the announcement announcement that the new season at the Playhouse will open tomorrow tomorrow night and that the attraction attraction again wil be a play which otherwise Louisville might not have the opportunity to see. The play is "Listen, Professor," a r.ew Soviet comedy by Alexander Alexander Afinogenow, translated by Peggy Phillips. The play was given in New York last season with Dudley Digges in the role of the professor, a student of paleography, paleography, living in his ancient world but finally jogged out of his complacency by the younger generation generation of Russians. Leading Man Is 'Netc Aside from the fact that this is a play new to Louisville, It was itPr-" itPr-" itPr-" ATI M''-1 M''-1 M''-1 i iA - Frank Von Allmtn photo. Evelyn Ann Eigelbarh, Louise Funk, Douglas Ramey, Gordon Tyler and Nancy A. Ingram are shown in a scene from the new Sovief comedy, "Listen, Professor,1" which will open the Little Theater season at the U. of L. Playhouse tomorrow evening.