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Otterbein College Theatre with

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Book by JOE MASTEROFF Music by JOHN KANDER Lyrics by FRED EBB Based on the ploy by JOHN VAN DRUTEN and Stories by CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD

MAY 14-15-16-17, 1975 General Director — CHARLES DODRILL Musical Director — MORTON ACHTER Choreographer - JOANNE VAN SANT Designer-Technical Director - FRED THAYER Costume Designer — PETIE DODRILL Choral Director - WILLIAM WYMAN Light Design - MARTY BOOKWALTER


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DIRECTORS CHARLES W. DODRILL, Director of Theatre at Otterbein since 1958, holds an M.A. from Kansas University and a Ph.D. from Ohio State. Recipient of many awards, including the Top Ten Men of the Year” award by the Columbus Citizen-Journal in 1967, Dr. Dodrill is past president of national Theta Alpha Phi Theatre Honorary, and Ohio Speech Association and the current presi­ dent of the Ohio Theatre Alliance. He is responsible for many innovations in Otterbein Theatre, including the ‘‘guest star” and summer theatre programs, and most recently the professional intern” program for Otterbein seniors. JOANNE VAN SANT is Dean of Students at Otterbein. A native Kentuckian, she holds a B.A. degree from Denison University with an M.A. from Ohio State. She began teaching at Otterbein in 1948 and has served actively as choreographer or assistant choreographer in every musical since, including Knickerbocker Holiday, The Student Prince, Oklahoma!, Brigadoon in 1956 and 1967, Carousel, The Music Man, My Fair Lady, Camelot, Fiddler on the Roof, Canterbury Tales and last year’s production of Kiss Me Kate. FRED J. THAYER, Designer-Technical Director at Otterbein since 1960, is a graduate of Bowl­ ing Green University with an M.A. in Theatre. He has designed for the University of Toledo, Toledo’s Children’s Theatre, Bowling Green, and Huron Playhouse. Last term, while on sabbati­ cal, Mr. Thayer studied in New York with such designers as Jo Mielziner and Lester Polakov. He recently designed his 100th show, Dracula, on Otterbein’s stage. MORTON ACHTER, Chairman of the Otterbein Music Department was formerly Chairman of the Fine Arts Department at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. He attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Michigan where he has directed approximately twenty pro­ ductions including South Pacific, Gypsy, Threepenny Opera, Oklahoma! and Carnival!. As an undergraduate at M.I.T., Dr. Achter wrote and directed three college musicals, and later con­ ducted the Boston Pops Orchestra in performance of one of his scores. Out On A Limbo. WILLIAM WYMAN, Assi stant Professor of Voice and Choral Music, is Director of the Concert Choir and Producer-Director of the Opera Theatre. He came to Otterbein from West Virginia Uni­ versity, with M.M. and D.M.A. degrees, where he was Producer-Director of the Children’s Opera Theatre and Music Director of the Summer Opera Theatre. His Children’s Opera Theatre was the subject of two documentaries filmed for N.E.T. He has directed or performed over 25 operas. PETIE DODRILL is a native Pennsylvanian with a B.A. degree from Penn State and an M. F.A. in Theatre from Ohio University. She has worked as an actress, director, designer and costume designer for several theatres, and she functions as Costume Designer and Children’s Theatre Director at Otterbein. She is a part-time drama teacher at Gahanna Lincoln High School.

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SCENES AND MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT I SCENE 1. Kit Kat Klub “Wil Ikommen” ........................................ . SCENE 2. Railroad Compartment “Welcome to Berlin” ............................. SCENE 3. Cliff’s Room “So What” ............................................... SCENE 4. Kit Kat Klub “Don’t Tell Mama” ............................... “Telephone Dance” .............................. SCENE 5. Cliff’s Room “Perfectly Marvelous” ......................... SCENE 6. Kit Kat Klub “Two Ladies” ....................................... SCENE 7. Fraulein Schneider’s Hallway “It Couldn’t Please Me More” ........... SCENE 8. Kit Kat Klub “Tomorrow Belongs to Me” ................ SCENE 9. Cliff’s Room “Why Should I Wake Up” ..................... SCENE 10. Kit Kat Klub “Sitting Pretty” ....................................

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EMCEE, CHORUS

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EMCEE

............................................... FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER .................................................................. SALLY, GIRLS ............................................................ CLIFF, CHORUS ...............................................................

SALLY, CLIFF

.................................................... EMCEE, TWO LADIES ............. FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER, HERR SCHULTZ .................

FATHERLAND CHORUS

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CLIFF

................................................................ EMCEE, GIRLS INTERMISSION ACT II

ENTR’ACTE ................................................ SCENE 1. Kit Kat Klub “Kit Kat Dance” ................................... SCENE 2. Fraulein Schneider’s Hallway “Married” ................................................ SCENE 3. Herr Schultz’s Fruit Shop “Fruit Shop Dance” .............................. “Meeskite” ............................................. “Tomorrow Belongs to Me” (Reprise) SCENE 4. Herr Schultz’s Fruit Shop “Married” (Reprise) ............................... SCENE 5. Kit Kat Klub “If You Could See Her” ...................... SCENE 6. Cliff’s Room “What Would You Do” .......................... SCENE 7. Kit Kat Klub “Cabaret” ................................................ SCENE 8. Cliff’s Room SCENE 9. Railroad Compartment “Finale Ultimo” .....................................

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EMCEE

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THEATRE STAFF Director of Theatre ...................................................................................... DR. CHARLES W. DODRILL Designer-Technical Director ......................................................................... PROF, FRED J. THAYER Instructor ......................................... ..................................................................... PROF. JAMES AVIDON Children’s Theatre Director — Costume Designer .................................................... PETIE DODRILL Publicity ....................................................................................................................................... FRAN BAY Chairman, Department of Speech and Theatre ..............................................DR. JAMES GRISSINGER Student Assistants .............................................................. RANDY ADAMS, MARTY BOOKWALTER TERRY ESPENSCHIED, RUSSELL SCULL, JON E. TURNER, JOHN WOODLAND

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IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST (comedy) 1-2-3-5 - YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN (musical) - MOVE OVER, MRS. MARKHAM (British farce) 1^16-17-18-19 - THE LIAR (commedia farce) “ DON'T DRINK THE WATER (Woody Allen comedy) JUNE 25-JULY 5 - Children’s Theatre, HANSEL AND GRETEL (1:30 p.m.)

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