Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 17
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th Bernard Shaw. to t, v A .. -INDEPENDENT »·" '"* "·· tun. H». r. tx ^ f THE LIVING THEATER r*-*r. : ~TT^ --y Repertory Company Bows Friday By GEORGE ERES b« rich at all costs, and of the USC TV department Mine." starring Lyle Talbot , [every woman to be married! Winning pays will be pre-| « · . « ' at all costs, must without a seated at the annual Drama} OFF BROADWAY THEA "J v:.ui_ jcjjjjtjfic j o c i a l cr-'Day at long Beach City Col-|TER had to turn away pa , produce a ruinous kg* May 23. | trcns Saturday and Sunday )f p o v e r t y . ! · · · · |night. because Ron Hope. c , Jtution. mfantj SEAN MORGAN and FrarJc'jn»Ie lead « "ITM* La mortality, a d u l t degeneracy Corsentino teamed up as an Douce," injured his arm in a The troup win perform in' inJ ' v *Othin« thi ' »"»* men 'act when they n-.et at El fijht scene during the Friday «r.eTheater Upstairt (Mor gin»«' Jr " d " 'Camino College. mght performance. Show had Hall). 853 Locust Ave i In the-cast are Garth -n WM the r e m i t of to «e canceled the two nights. Shaw w»s his own best Howard. Merrill Ann Hiddinjpeople't . reaction when we but resumes ^Friday^ night. press agent and here's what Jim' Dougherty, Al McLean.'Corked together," said Mor-j ALBERT P1CKAVANCE is the play's all about, he says: Patricia Bucar._ Frank Blair, j^m. f rom clowning together introduced to local theater "Prepare yourself to face a Travis ^Bryan. Nofle Medina- ttey worked up a club a c t -- ' a u d i e n c e s In Community trumpery story of modem haa, Nancy Simpson. Laurie songs, dances and coraedyJpijjhouse's "Oh. Men. Oh London life, a life in which. Romkk. D a l e C o n n olly.'corsentino won the best \\r o m e n"* closing Saturday as you know, the ordinary Vfcnja M. Artukovic and B.j 'night, will also have a ro!e man's business is to get W. Slavin.' | means to keep up the posi-] The show will play Fridays tion and habits cf a gentle-through Sundays for approxi- man. and the o r d i n a r y mate!/ eight weeks. Student$ j woman's business is to get get in for 50 cents --anyj curried." - performance. Shaw always had a lot to' FOL'R more manuscripts r. say about his plays, and while than last year have been* Just reprinting a p r e f a c e submitted in the original one-'f" would be the best service we act play contest sponsored couM perform here, we have by the Council of the Livin; roora for maybe just another Theater. ! paragraph: I Of the total, II were in the -The vitality which places adult category; 9 by high character actor award at El Story dea i $ , it i, , professor nourishment and c h i l d r e n school students and 6 from | Camino and has played sum-' f^se intellectual fortress ofj first, heaven and hell a some-'coHege students. One chil-mer stock in Monterey and at|- lloof _ unr isked idealism" is ·what remote second, and the'dren's play waj submitted. Pier Playhouse. Chapel The-: cha j ;enged by , student. health of a society as an or-; Dr. W. David Siever, presi- ater and in the American · · · ·,,,,,,,. ganization n o w h e r e , nay dent of COLT, said judges Field Service production cf CALLBOARU. u:t-Broaa- rnuddle successfully t^ough'wiU be Lyle Talbot. actor, "The Wizard cf Oz.~ Mor-way continues castmR for the corcparatrrely t r i b a 1 Rosemary De Camp, actress; gin's credits are in college .The Balcony 1 to 0 pm states cf grtgariousr.ess; but Alice Wright, teacher; Dr.'shows. Sunda- »u0 to 10 p^m Mon.. in 19th century nations and Stanley Kahan, of the State; They're together in the day at the theater, ..M Lime 20th century commonwealths College d r a m a department Magnolia Theater's produc-Ave. Nine "**·**· o u n S i he resolve of every man to and Dr. Edward Borders of tion of "Take Her. 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