Morning Herald Hagerstown MD Jody Callanen 27Apr1977
At Wilson Kittochtinny Players to present d C o l l e g e p r e p a r i n g , v e two the as n a l n u r s i n g CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. "Overtones," "Overtones," a contemporary o n e - a c t p l a y b y A l i c e Gerstenberg, will be presented by Kittochtinny Players, the Wilson College theater group, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Saturday evenings, April 28-30. * The Kottochtinny Players p r o d u c t i o n , o n e o f t h e highlights of Wilson's May Day Weekend, will be staged in the Campus Center. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, and at 8:15 p.m. on Saturday. The ;lot of "Overtones," which ws written in the early twentieth century,"focuses on two women who are in strong competition for the same man. As the women spar across a room, their rage, jealousy, and desire cut through the social facade of rank, culture, and wealth. Featured in the cast will be: D c b r a R e e d f r o m Hummclstown, Pa.: Cynthia Gerard from Mendon, Mass.; Faith Quick from Trenton. N.J.: and Betty Mesler from Union town.' Pa. Noel Feelov from Ambler, Pa., is directing the production. Assisting .are Jody Callanen from Yardley. Pa., who is handling publicity, and Deborah Brown from Cherry Hill, N.J., who is -in charge of costumes. The Friday evening performance performance will be followed by a produced by the senior class ;jnd based on television's "Gong Shaw." Tickets for all performance's performance's may be purchased at the door. Admission for adults will be $1.00 on Thursday and Saturday nights, and: $2.00 on Friday night.