Colle ige (Continued from Page 13) play depends on the roles ^ Dionysus and Pentheus. Diony- sus (Larry Pfeiffer) is extreme ly capable in the role. H stage presence is excellent am Ms voice is commanding ant pleasant. Pentbeus (George Rippon) is virile and imperious in manner as he questions phenomenon of the new re .ligion. The beauty of the choral is vitsl to the play and th .chorus performs with brilliance. The odes are closely relatet to the action of the main fig ures and do not become dis Â·jointed. Costuming and move ment are excellent features o the chorus. Other extremely strong anc vigorous ' performances wen given by Cadmus (Frank Flor entine Jr.), Tetresias (Vincen Niemann) and Agave (Caro Gretsinger).