Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 33
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THE LIVING THEATER Dorene Back on L.B. Stage By GEORGE ERES Iterday.- is Dorene Porter,Playhouse, is Ruth (Mn. leading lady for William (Mrs. Rod Whslsy) who not George B.) Crail. chairman of Tahnan who opens tonighttoo fir back stepped oa the properties. at the M a g n o l i a T h e a - ' uge here far the first time. Mrs. Crail and her daugh Dorene was playing in "Bus,'*''. Elsie, started in props itop- the first production of «ith the show. INDEPENDENT-?,, M i Easter is Sunday, April 14th \ ter, 2400 Magnolia Ave, in Garson Kanin's ''Born Yes- Lakewood Players (who now operate the Off-Broadway Theater here) when she was spotted by a professional d u e t ion. gent. He a r r a n g e d forJM i 11 r e s s Iramatic'study and she wasjMine,*" t h e i r ;ept busy doing TV commer-itfficiency has rials, fashion and photography, so increased modeling and appeared in t h a t they've Screen Gems and Lux Video c u t third-act theater shows. She was a regular on Teen leporter, NBC weekly show, or more than a year, and played in the film. * Devil's Hairpin- starring C o r n e l wh ° Wilde. She did legitimate durin roles for the Tustin and Laguna Playhouses, and ap- jeared ia a previous Mag- she p r e f e r s h a n d l i n g properties, Mrs. rTM -- -- -- TM f*. s. · * W4 **«fc- · · « nolia production, The Sleep- Crii l ·** o c c a s s i o n a l l y ing Prince." She has been!"*?? 6 * 1 °° '^S 8 - S* 8 had * living in Las Vegas for thei brief P 4 ^ ta the current shcrr past three years, but cow has « * J ilmer P? st "^ °~" moved back to this area. before filled in briefly ~f,'-/. DORENE PORTER - H i s a n d Hers." Ia the current pro- Easter delights abound at May Go MAY CO SOUTH BAY Hawthorne at ArtesU · Phone 37O-2511 time required ' """ ""*· for the scenery change from 1 2H to 7 minutes. -We usually get a hand from people in the audience " their seatl the intermission,- said Mrs. Crail. Although -Born Yesterday" p l a y s Thursdays through Sundays Tor four weeks. \VL\NERS IV the of Living Theater ing contest have been announced. In the three categories, these were selected: Adult ---Glad Rags." by Etta Weeks, first "Dinner at Raf f erty*s" by Bill Tobin, second; "He and She," by Toni Shay Hogue. third; "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver," by Elsie Woodward, honorable mention. Judges for the division were Rosemary DeCamp, TV and film actress; Sidney Sheldon, play wright and film script writer; Edward Borgers. professor of "The Women." · · · · GAYLE.V MeCLURE, who plays the aging actress. Prin 'cess Kosmonopolis, in the c u r r e n t "Sweet Bird of Youth," at Off-Broad way Theater, comes to Long Beach theater with a basic grounding in her art. She is a graduate of the Pasadena Playhouse, has done TV work anc appeared in "One Touch oi Venus'* in an Off-Broadway show ia New York. 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College -- "Cornfield with Lights," by Alicia Smith, first; i "The Farewell Party," by Linda Lane, second; The Canary Light." by Mark Williams, third; "Never Look Back," by John L e h a n e , ^ honorable mention. All are Lons Atlantic Avenue. And in a minor part in the Shibley. - Broadway's "wheels' whose last part was a lea in "A Taste of Honey," says she doesn't mind doing very small parts and wishes more actors would be the petals hloom in s newest] spring fantasies H E L E C T ^ARTHUR D. GUY . - f o Vour School Board,-, willing to take roles that are not leads. "All parts are im portant," she says. FIRST'ANNUAL o p e n director and guest instructor meeting of the ChapelTheate LBSC students. Judges were R o b e r t Cornthwaite. TV Adrian Spies, TV writer; Colin Ford, British at LBSC. High School -- -Remembered?" by Fred Wunderlich, Poly High, first; "Cengruity." by S. Marc Fried, Poly High, second; *The Label." by Jean T TI - Lake wood High, third; XUOW TO TIACH ISTAIUSH |D. 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