Independent from Long Beach, California on March 16, 1966 · Page 9
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 9

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, March 16, 1966
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"·* NATIONAL REPERTORY THEATER OPENS i INDEPENDENT--P«u I I lent emu, cam., weei, Mr. la. Players 'Mad-nifique* in 'Chaillot' --AP wiraehole BEERABLE JOB Karen Austin started as a secretary for a San Francisco brewery and still is working there, but in a different capacity. She liked her company's product so well she became possibly the only female beer taster in the nation. It turned she has super taste buds. Karen says she started drinking beer as a child in Brooklyn. Now it's a profession. By SAMUEL A. BOYEA I, P-T orame trine A bright madness descended on the Huntington Hartford theater Monday night when Eva Le Gallienne's National Repertory Theater opened its new three-play season in Jean Giraudoux's classic "The Madwoman of Chaillot." As directed by Margaret Webster, this madness has a charming sweep and choreography all its own. Intricate ensemble c a s t movements weave their spell over and furtively interlock with the whimsical patterns of the play. * * * * ITS TOTAL lunacy wil. strike you as a mad, mad, mad show with its star, Eva Le Gallienne "mad-nifique" -- al the way. In a production which is[camp touch to that mad. mad| voices from her hot water tens Bel Geddus), lighting often uneven, she makes the author's point of view her own. She also has just theltesquely decorated quarters, right magic touch and wand'She also has such glowing 'or dispensing Giraudoux Gal-j young people as Patricia Guianan, the dreamy dishwasher, and J o h n Garfield Jr., with jet black hair and broad forehead like his late fathet and a smooth poetiy to his own individual style. Exclusive Long Beach Showing.' ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS!! 5 HELD OVER/ lunacy-exchange scene in Miss Le Gallienne s gro- ic wit. She plays madness! Guianan, the dreamy ' -- rom the left -- the heart. It is only fair to tell you that the uneven parts occur most with the actors playing the corporate image of high Finance -- the villains in the piece. They carry on a shouting match with Giroudoux's cerebral wit -- and we can't hear the splendid truth. * * * * FORTUNATELY, Miss Le Gallienne has people in this company like Alan Oppenheimer (the ragpicker) who closed far better than he started, and people like the famous Sylvia Sidney, who gives the proper modern bottle, and Josephine, the Madwoman of Le Concorde (Sloane Shelton) who has been hung up on a date with the long deid President Wilson. Their admirably enacted trial in absentia of the gieedy, robber barons who want to tear down Paris and drill for nounced Tuesday his candi He is a coming star. The story calls for the light touch. It demands this approach because the friends in Miss Le Gallienne's life are from the creamy sewers of raffish and looney humanity. They include Constance, the Madwoman of Passy (Sylvia Sidney) who fusses over her pet dog Dickey who really does not exist; Gabrielle, the oil is as gripping as Mme. Chaillot's ridding the world (Tharon Musser) and Dean Fuller's music are highly impressive. Hagen vs. Mathias WASHINGTON I/PI -- Rep Harlan Hagen, D-Calif., an dacy for an 8th successive term. Bob Mathias, former of the greedy by imprisoning (Olympic decathlon champion, them in the sewers under her home. Scenery (Will Armstrong), costumes (Edith Luy- announced last week he will seek the Republican norr.ina- tion for the seat. L R K E U J O Q D CA j 2bJO' .-.. .- llMtra WM KM New Lett 0»e* 4:1 »-- MU PAMINf)' W/UTDWEY DACHSHUND mis Walt Disney Technicolor' Madwoman of (Leora Dann) St. Sulpice, who hears THE FORT INN 2523 E. Anaheim, Wilmington 436-5098 ·IREAKMST · LUNCH ·DINNER Opt* llfll t.«. to 2lN !.·. TONITI ONLY! Harmonica Fats Qe-e* Qlrl* · Dmolnf · tar · Onfalls .^ACADEMY AWARD M NOMINATIONS! 7, Bwt Picture ·V Bit! 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