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Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 31, 1964
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Norway" with Tiber Feeeregy-had as dramatic director. Jea O'Brien will assirt. Robert Van Diae It slated a musical director and MUt Wright will handle design. Tha musical axtravaganza based on tha life and muiie ol Edvard Grieg ran (or 160 per formance on Broadway. Its melodious score include "Fred dy and His Fiddle." "I Love You." "Now," and "Bon V brant," to name Just a few. Auditions for the cast are planned for Sept It to M and aval you will be asked to sing a number from tha production If they are hoping for a role in the show. The Department of Recreation and Parka will again conduct drama classes. Classes for children sight to 11 years old will be held every Saturday morn ing at tha Drama Centre, off Reld Avenue at the corner of Sherwood Drive, and at Lakeside Garden. Classes for children 11 to 1) years old will also be at the same locations. Instructors will be Mat Michelle Savage and Brian Cerdea, Drama classes for young adults will also be at Lakeside Gardens. All classes commence Sept. M. Registration can be made at the Department of Recreation and Parks during the week or et the Drama Cen tre and Lakeside) on Sept. 12 and II. SPOTLIGHT ON . . . Upstart Productions' "Under Milkwood' t La Hibon with four ance last week and on stag ' again this Tnursday to Sunday. Dylan Thomas' verbal extravaganza of a day in a Welsh village ia a method actor's fiesta .and an elocutiontst't nightmare. from the dramatic opening line of Reb Welch as the first Going to Toronto? Montreal? call 2333284 Now, you can locally re ' serve quality out-of-town , accommodations and get Immediate coaarmation. ; In Toronto the modem '-. Lard Bintcoe Hotel fat Montreal, the fastoaa Wtedeor Hotel. -, Both after eoaveaient LORD SMCOI HOTEL .WIMDSORJaW F We ARGUE M City Centra 2224777 Shop at Your t Storo TODAY! -J ' test in - 1PIAK3S, TbsIsx I ts Bspalrt ' 171 SPARKS STREET ' - ' 2224221- . Bulk . - f KOCST DOT. STCS3 BELLI CORNER tRr It J -sua. te It Matter.-' am t rm. ' BULL 122 Eddy sum a u. a . .. x mr am. t t.s . II MIKE IIIHTiVw CENTRE STAGE . . . Mot vole, on gains an lnlgh Into unpopular (how In town tha last (aw month w "Tha Summer That Never Wa" . . . meantime there' a new drama tea-son on the Way! Next Orphan production' will be In November with "Son of the skill of director Tim Voice cues are split second in their timing and the stage dis cipline is slick yet unhurried. Of the cast of eight, all. are good. Frank Abel must be mentioned with special praise. By the halfway mark of the show the audience is ready to laugh almost before he speaks. His mannerisms and timing are Joy to behold and there w times when I almost thought he'd coma from tha Rhonda valley. Rosemary Guanill is a real find for tha group. Her voice, as well as her looks, is entranc ing and the has the air of someone who will go far In the drama world, given the right experience and direction. Special accolades go to Rachel Brameld, DeanJe Gaunt. Barry Kara, Katby Pkkard. Alia Van Data and Ran Welch for excellent performances. This was tha second time that Tim Bond has directed a pro duction of "Under Milkwood" In four years. Ha la to be congratulated on a fine show. Meanwhile. I'm still chuckling at Rosemary Gunnill's line. when she say "The only thing that grows in .-my back-yard is the washing!" AROUND THE BOARDS Special welcome and tip of our hat to newly formed A rimer District Arts Association who aim to present music art and drama to that local. Jean Wright is president and Barry Stewart is slated to direct the premiere production, : Mary Fowler tells that Dau phin Players will bold a reed ing for "The Curious Savage" at p.m. Monday Sept 14 in room 11 at Hillcrast High School. Michael Cremia will direct this production booked for Nov. 11 and 14, There are parts for sis females and five males. Helen Sheet has opened the "Slipper and Mask," a da and . theatrical supply-stor at Bank and O'Connor. Just the place, for shoes, leotards, tight and make-up. It's Open House for Orpheus on Sept. it. President Ken Meyer invites all members, friends and new prospects to bear about plans for "Song of Norway." Phoenix:. Players will hold a coffee party In tha new wing of Fisher Park High School Oct. 1 New President Andre Mae- ray reports that PhyBia Living will direct "The Rainmaker" which Is planned for Oct. 2 to 11. Readings for the show, which calls for one female and tlx mala, will be held at I P m. Sept. f and II at Fisher Park., MUt - Wright waxing enthu- iartic about special designs in the wind for "Song of Norway." Just to keep him busy, be' also handling design for all three how of Ottawa Theatre for Children . . . Piaocchto, Rumple. stilukia nod new Canadian play to be directed by Bin Glenu. MW aVassJtsm PUU fWing IW arJ flM. f-vf ans V a pert. c TIM BOND Upstart Production' two one-act play on Sept. IS to M. See him at Le Hibou or call him at home if you are . . Isabel and Ray Amey back in Ottawa after a spell in Colo rado and . Irish colleen Jeaa Hamptaa to leave town oon for Hong Kong. " And finally, watch for an Im portant announcement that will come toon from Ken Watts, director of the Ontario Col legiate Drama Festival. '"Fantasticks" it billed again at Glebe Collegiate on Sept. 11 and 12. Newcomers to the cast include Bill Glenn, John Raymond and Marcel Carrier. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-Mrs. Kathleen Martin, apparently be- with domestic difficulties. set fir to her four children and herself Sunday, police reported. The woman and three of the children died. Authorities said they are trying to determine circumstances that led to the band was delivering newipe-l Twos '' THE OTTAWA JO tURNAI MONDAY. AUGUST SI, 1954 occupy your fret time. "You am. innately tasteful in dress, courteous, friendly. Your business acumen it extraordinary. YOUR INDIVIDUAL. 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