Forty Carats Program

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OTTERBEIN SUMMER THEATRE presents

290th Production (Sht Summer Theatre)

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •!• FORTY CARATS !•• • • •• •• •• •• : JUNE 21 - 22-23-24-25, 1977 : •• ••• • • • • •• •• •

A Comedy in Two Acts

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Adopted by JAY ALLEN From a play by BARILLET and GREDY

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Director - BRUCE HALVERSON

Designor/ Technicol Director - D. MARTYN BOOKWALTER

CoshJme Coordinator - PETIE DODRILL

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DIRECTORS CHARLES W. DODRILL, Director of TheotTe since 1958, is o recipient of many awards, including the "Top Ten Men of the Year" award by the Columbus Citizen Journal in 1967. Dr. Dodrill is post presi den t o f notional Theta Alpha P hi Theatre Honorary, the Oh io Speech Association and the Ohio Theatre All iance. He is responsible for many innovations in Ot1erbein Theatre, including the "guest star, " summer theatre, the professional theatre intern program, and most recently th e B F A

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0 . MARTYN BOOKWALTER has jus t completed his MFA in Theatre Design at the Cal ifornia Institute of the Arts. After gradua tion from Otterbe in in 1975 he studied design at the New York Lester Polokov Studio of Scene Design ond taught design at the Dayton Arts Center. He has de· signed over 50 major productions in recent years, including serving os Designer for the 1976

Summer Theatre, a position he wil l olso fi II this season .

BRUCE HALVERSON is Chairman of the Deportment of Theatre and Cinema 0 1 Denison University. Prior to coming to Ohio ho served as Director of Theatre at Grinnell College and Cali fomia State University,Northridge. Bruce ha s worked with professional companies throughoutthe western Uni ted States as both on actor and director. In Los Angeles he produced Hom/et, starring Jon Voight. One of his joys is writing plays for children. DENNIS ROMER, o 1971 Otterbein graduate, was o guest actor ond director fo r the 1975 Summer company. Thi s season he will appear in Jacques Brei and direct Nol Now , Darling / Since 1975 he hos worked with Melvyn Douglas and Jeon Arthur at the Cleveland Playhouse, toured the countTy wi th Howard Keel and J ohn Raitt in Shenandoah. He hod o featured role with Kenley Players lost summer with Ricardo Mon tol bon starring. Recently he hos appeared on tho doy•time soap opera s Love of Life and Somerset, industri a l films ond T V commercials.

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MR. & MRS. CHARLES T. PISOR, Wes to,vllle MR. & MRS. K. N. PROBASCO, Arlington LAWRENCE & ANN PRY FOGLE, Westervi llo MR. & MRS. JOHN RICHARDS, Columbus MR. & MRS. G. F. RIDDLE, Worthington MR. & MRS. CHARLES J . RIGGLE, Columbua MR. & MRS. CHARLES W. ROSENQUIST, Worthington MR. & MRS. JOHN N. SCHILLING, Columbua MR. & MRS . GLEN C. SHAF FE R, Westervi lle MR. & MRS. W. K. SHELLEY, Westervi lle J IM & RUTH SHERIDAN, Westen,illo MR. & MRS. DAVID R. SIMMONS, Westervi lle MR. & MRS. ROBERT L. SISSON, Howord OR. & MRS. RALPH E. SKINNER, Co lumbu s MR. & MRS. JUDSON SNYDER, Wosto.vil le MR . & MRS. WILLIAM A. SPOONER, Columbua MR. & MRS. L. WILLIAM STECK, Westerville OR . & MRS. JOHN L. THOMPSON, Woste,ville MIKE & JANICE TOWNSLEY, Westervi lle MR. & MRS. ROGER W. TRACY, JR., Weste n,;lle JUDGE & MRS. HORACE W. TROOP, Westerville MRS. DOROTHY VAN SANT, Woste,ville JOANNE VAN SAN T, Wes1·e rville TOM & ANNE VOIGHT, Weste.ville

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CAST

Ann Stanl ey ................................................................................................................... JENNY HERRON Peter Latham ................................................................................................................ BRUCE C ROMER Mrs. Adams .............................................................................................................. KAREN RADCLIF F E Mrs. Margol in ................................................................................................................ NANCY SH EL TON Billy Boylan .................................................................................................................... DAVI D WELLER Eddy Edwards ................................................................................................................. STEVE BLACK Maud Hayes ............................................................................................................ ELLEN MARGULIES Trina Stanley .................................................................................................................. KELLY MAUR ER Mrs. La tham ........................................................................................................................ KATHY KISER Mr. Lothom .................................................................................................................... KEN T BLOCH ER Pot ...................................................................................................................... .. DAVI D BUTTERFIELD

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SUMMER THEATRE COMPANY STEVEN BLACK, on Otterbein graduate from Columbus, is appearing with the Summer Acting Company for the second time ("Snoopy" and other roles in 1975), This post winter, Steve served as on intem al the Actor's Theatre of Louisvi lle while major Otterbein roles included A F/eo in Her Eor, Peter Pon ond West Side Story. KENT BLOCHER, on Otterbein junior from Trotwood, joins the Summer company for the first time after previous experience with the T rotwood C ircle Theatre. Appearances last winter included roles in A Flea in Her Eor, Peter Pon and West Side Story. DAVID BUT TERFI ELD brings a wealth of various winier and summer theatre e xperiences to Otterbein. Previous activities include worlc in Ottawa and Topeka, Kansas, o summer with the

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HAHCY SHEL TOH, a senior from Columbus, was a member of the Sabina Sam Theatre Company last summer. Her major roles at Otterbein include Zerbinetto in Scopin, Elvira in Blithe Sp;rit,

Lucienne in A F/eo in Her Eor, Jackie in The Hot L Baltimore and Thelma in West Side Story. DAVID WELLE R, an Otterbein s"niar lram Springfield, joins the Otterbein Summer Theatre for the first seoson hoving oppaarec:I lost summer with the Sobino Born Th.,£otre. Roles lost winter in-

cluded Paul in The Hot L Baltimore, Alfieri in A V iew from the £!ridge and Arab in West Side Story. BETH TITUS returns for her third season with the Otterbein Summer Theatre, th" lirst two as actress and this time in costumes and acting. Beth also hod an i nternship at the Actor's Theatre of Loui svi lie. Mai or winter on~compus ac:1ivity included ploying Beatrice opposite guest artist Ric

Mancini in A View from the Bridge. MARY JO YEAKEL, on Otterbein junior lrom Syracuse, New York joins the company as Master Corpenter. Har extensive work in al l areas of technical theotre, particularly scenery and lighting lost winter merited o Theatre ~,vice Aword.

JAMES SCHILLING, an Otterbein junior from Columbus, joins the company as Properties Super· visor and actor. Major winter appearances included Jamie in The Hot L Baltimore and Baby J ohn in West Side Story. MELISSA CAREY, on Otterbein sophomo re from Worth ington is serving as Box Olfiee Super• visor this summer. Her outstanding freshman yeor activities included an appearoncc os Mi llie in The Hot L Baltimore. KAREN RADCLIF FE is a musical theatre major lrom Hilliard. Her freshman activities included roles in The Pirates of Penzance and West Side Story. KEL LY MAURE R is an entering Otterbein freshman from Springfield. Recent major work in· eludes roles in Romeo and Juliet, Irene and You're o Good Man, Charlie Brown.

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