Ottawa Journal 3 Feb 1938
i in-! in-! in-! be or ) I I restric- i as , be propa- j , immun- j j I ' ' ' j ' froc- ! technical School Present htmare-With Bollicking Play Written Given Before Capacity Glebe Collegiate Rollicking along,--under along,--under along,--under along,--under the title of "Nightmare with Music", in that gay mood which only a school concert can capture, the annual concert of the Ottawa Technical - School was presented on Friday night to an appreciative appreciative overflow audience at Glebe Collegiate auditorium. The lively concert of music, dancing and comedy was presented presented in the form of a musical play, with scenario and dialogue written written by A. M. Beattie, following a "Tech." student through his trials of a school day, his evening evening of "Night Before" cramming and his subsequent nightmare. The outstanding performance was given by the 4$ boys of the Glee Club, who showed fine results results of long practice and careful instruction by G. H. Clancey and J. M. Dow. During the ''Dream Scene", Miss M. Hawthorne did a lovely ballet dance, and later during the cabaret cabaret scene she did a Spanish number number which drew rounds of spontaneous spontaneous applause. Spectacular Art The most spectacular act was staged by the "Sport Stars", the school gym team, who thrilled the audience with their daring display. display. During the intermission the school orchestra, under direction of G. S. Ketiladze, played pleasing pleasing musical numbers. Taking part in the play were: Charles Pallett, Anita Jenner, William M. Mitchell, John OTla-herty, OTla-herty, OTla-herty, Annette Robichaud, Dorothy Dorothy White, Bill Hamilton, John Nevins, Stuart Bott Gerald Har-bottle, Har-bottle, Har-bottle, A. Reid, B. Thompson. L. Alexander, Dorothy Pharaoh, Yale Carter, A. Reid, B. Mitchell. L. Fink, Gerald Berry, M.ilcolm ! Dean. Harold Fentiman, Norman ' Tinman. Marion Hawthorne. Edna Bond, Jin kson Fraser. Ian Goidie. , Kenneth Ward, Argyle Connolly, j Ray Huber. ' I I D. A. C. G. II.