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Little Theatre Program

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Title:
Little Theatre Program
Donor:
McGann, Alice
Physical Description:
Archival
Physical Location:
Box 71
Folder 34

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Genre:
misc loose printed papers
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Central America -- Panama Canal Zone

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Abstract:
Little Theater- Atlantic Side 7.5 X 8, Paper, Color-Green
General Note:
Stable
General Note:
Item received on 5/13/2011

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
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2002.152.023 ( Accession Number )
2002.152 ( PCM Object ID )

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THE LITTLE THEATRE
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THREE ONE ACT PLAYS
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"WHIRLIGIG OF LIFE"
This delightful comedy of Tennessee mountain folk life provides Mark White, as the bucolic representative of Law and Justice, with an opportunity to show that consistency of representation of which he is capable, but which he has not previously had an opportunity of showing. Mark is the solid, unassuming type of character actor who goes to form the foundations of every amateur organization of repute. In this little comedy he has considerable experience in amateur dramatics to assist him.
Kay Downie, young and charming, with no previous stage experience worth relating, has a diffi calt part to perform in Ariella Bilbro. A surprise item. It will be interesting to learn how successful Kay will be in masking her own vivaciousness with th,- slow-moving, rather despondent character of Ariella. A performance worth studying. Jack Donovan, with considerable amateur stage experience in the. States, has in Ransie Bilbto a part that is natural. Incidentally we wonder whether there is any truth in the rumor that the entire young female population 6f the ommuriity h've been"

scrambling for tickets to see this popular young man run the gamut of dramatic expression. Local boy makes good!
Direction and production of this play is in the very capable hands of Mary Worrell, whose knowledge atid experience in dramatics is wellknown to all. We have no reason to believe that Mary's presentation of this interesting character study will be other than first rate.
"THE MONKEY'S PAW"
Mary Lowrie, whose dramatic performance in "Twenty five cents" will be remembered by the select few who saw the first offering of the Little Theatre two months ago, can .:again be expected to aurn out a seasoned performance in her characterization of Mrs. White. Mary has a really meaty part to play with. Adding fifty pounds to her weight, twenty inches to her circumference and forty years to her age, and then having to produce a performance consistent with her usual high :standard will be no mean task. Mary's varied perience on the amateur stage should stand her in good stead in this difficult part,
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Program Continued THE WHIRLIGIG OF LIFE"
by O'Henry
Directed by MISS MARY WORRELL
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Justice of the Peace.................................... Mark L. White
Ransie Bilbro ...... ......... ................Jack Donovan
Ariela Bilbro .................................... ...... Kathleen Downie
SCENE: Office of the Justice of the Peace. Somewhere in the Tennessee Hills TIME: Late afternoon.
The curtain will close to denote passage of one night.
Properties- ADAMARY ANDERSON.
Prompter MARTHA WHITE.




Program -- Continued "THE MONKEY'S PAW"
by W. W. Jacobs Directed by DAVID R. REES
*CAST*
Mr. White ........................................Ralph Edgecombe
Mrs. W hite .......................... ................Mary Lowrie
Herbert ............ .... .... .................lulian Rice
Captain Morris .................................. .William Campbell
Mr. Sampson ......................................J. H. Kiesouw
Scene I .-Interior of an old-fashioned cottage
Time: Late Evening.
Scene II .-Same as Scene I.
Time: The next morning
Scene III.-Same as Scene I.
Time: Ten days later. Late evning.
Properties DON GREFE. Costumer CATITA ECKER. Prompter -SUE WHITE.
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"THE BATHROOM DOOR"
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Directed by JERRY ARTAUD
* CAST *
Young man ...................................Burt Williams
Young lady ............... ......................Dorothy Eagle
Elderly Man .............................Paul Beck
Elderly Lady .................................. Marguerite Sweet
Prima Donna ......................Winifred Wilson
Boots (Bellboy) ........... .......... ............Thomas Ashton
SCENE: Second floor hall in a London Hotel.
TIME: Early morning.
Prompter CATITA ECKER.
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PRODUCTION PERSONNEL,
ALAN S. WALLACE .......................Stage Manager
JAMES ROBERTS.........................Master Carpenter
BENNY GHETZLER.........................Assistant To Stage Manager
JAMES KINTNER .
JACK HAUG ....f .............................Master Electricians
DAVID R. REES...........................Press Representative
MARK L. WHITE ..........................Ticket Chairman
HUGH LINN ....... ......Asst. Carpenter
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WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST

Ralph Edgecombe, whose sound performance in "Twenty Five Cents" earned high praise, has an equally dramatic part as the husband Mr. White. Ralph has an excellent opportunity for clever and expressive acting, and judging by past experience and performances, the least we can expect is a sound and entertaining presentation.
A newcomer to the Little Theatre and promising too, is Julian Rice who takes the part of Herbert, the son who gets caught in the machinery at his work. Julian has to show a love and a deep understanding of his parents which is rather difficult to express with natural grace. Fortunately Julian has a natural sympathy of his own.
Bill Campbell-solid in more ways than one another newcomer to local amateur theatres but nevertheless an amateur with some experience in the States, takes the part of the Captain, one-armed and retired from active service, who introduces the main theme of the play-the Monkey's Paw. As such he has -an important part to perform, which is made no easier in his having to lose one arm, change his voice completely, and adopt a sailorlike swagger.
Mr. Sampson-the man who makes the tragic announcement of Herbert's death-is taken by Heim Kiesouw, a recently recruited member from the Royal Netherlands Steamship Line, whose performance should be all the more remarkable in that not only is this first appearance on the stage but it is the first time he has taken any part in a language foreign to his own.
"THE BATHROOM DOOR"
Winifred Wilson-our local dispenser of literature
--has at last a part that suits her personality perfectly--she takes the part of the haughty primadonna, completely wrapped in her own personality

and seemingly scarcely aware of the ordinary commonplace facts of life, who flirts with the Young Man with a mathematical precision. Winifred sings too! But not in "The Bathroom Door"!
Burt Williams-has another good comedy part in that of the Young man. His flirting with our friend the prima-donna has a pleasantly mischievous atmosphere that is highly amusing. Burt has a high standard to maintain if he is to give as good a performance in this as he gave in "THE WEDDING", when he appeared on the stage for the first time anywhere. Good luck, Burt!
Peggy Sweet-who came into the cast at the last moment has the part of a fussy Old Lady, who is continually popping in and out of th bedroom door, and uttering little shrieks of horror at seeing men in the corridor waiting to enter the Bathroom. She has a part that provides plenty of slightly slapstick comedy-and watch Peggy roll her eyes!
Dorothy Eagle-is the very matter of fact Young Lady who finally peeps through the key-hole of the Bathroom Door-her action in this part is, by the way, a masterpiece of contortionism-you will see how Dorothy holds the interest of everyone in this classic gesture!
Paul Beck-whose recent characterization of Death almost convinced me that he must have had at some time a nodding' acquaintance with that gentlemanis the Old man. So precise, so particular. All who saw Paul Beck in "Death Says It Isn't So" can be assured of an equally consistent performance in this play "The Bathroom Door".
The Boots is Tommy Ashton; and Tommy Asht9n is the Boots. A word of sympathy for Jerry Artaud, the director, who has a difficult play to put over; and a word of congratulation on. having a cast so completely daxious to do everything that is best.

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