Little Foxes Program

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OTTERBEIN SUMMER THEATRE presents

293rd Production (54th Summer Th eotre)

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by LILLIAN HELLMAN

Director - OOH PAISLEY

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Oesigner/Te chnicol Director - FRED J . THAYER

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DIRECTORS CHARLES W. DODR ILL, Director of Theotre •ince 1958, is o recipient of many owords, includ· ing the " Top Ten Men of the Year" oword by the Columbus Citizen Journal in 1967. Dr. Dodri ll is po•t president of notional Theta Alpha Phi Theatre Honorary, the Ohio Speech Association and the Ohio Theatre Alliance. He is responsible for many innovations in Otterbein Theatre, including the "guest star," summer theatre, the professional theotre intern program, and most recently th e BFA degree in T heatre.

D. MARTYN BOOKWALTER hos just completed his MFA in Theatre Design at the California Institute of the Arts. After graduation from Otterbein in 1975 he studied design ot the New York Lester Polakov Studio of Scene Design and taught design at the Dayton Arts Center. He hos de· signed over 50 maior productions in recent years, including sNvlng as Designer for the 1976 Summer Theatre, o position he wil l also fi ll this season.

DON PAISLEY is the newest member of the theatre facu lty at Otterbein. He ,s o graduate of the University of Michi gan and is curren tly completing his Ph.D. His Otterbein responsibilities include basic courses in acting, theatre history and dromo, rnokeup and creative dramatics. He

directed the winter production of Hot L 80/t,more. FRED J. THAYER, Designer· Technicol Director at Otterbein since 1960, was graduoted from Bowling Green State University with an M.A. in Theatre. He hos designed for the University of Toledo, Bowlin g Green ond the Huron Playhouse. He recently studied design ond production with Jo Mielziner and Les tel' Polokov. His spring sobbatico l was spent observing design ond technical procedures ot numerous theatres in Oh io o.nd surrounding states,

PETI E DODRI LL, o noti ve Penn sylvani an with o B.A. degree from Penn Stole and on M.F.A. in Theatre from Ohio University, hos worked os on actress, director, desi gner and costume desi g, er for several theatres. She functions as Costume Desi gner and Children's T heatre Dire ctor

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CAST Add;e ........... ,.............................. .......................................................................... ELLEN MARGULIES Col .................................................................................................................................... JIM SCHILLING Birdie Hubbard ........................................................................................................... NANCY SHEL TON Oscar Hubbard .................................................. ,........................................................... BRUCE CROMER Leo Hubbard ........................................................................................................ DAVID BUTTERFIELD Regino Giddens .............................................................................................................. JENNY HERRON Wi lliom Moroholl ............................................................................................................ KENT BLOCHER Benjamin Hubbard ............................................................................................................ STEVE BLACK Alexandro Gi ddens ........................................................................................................... KATHY KISE R Horace Giddens ............................................................................................................. DAVID WELLER

SCENE SYNOPSIS The scene of the play is the living room of the Giddens House, a small town in the South. ACT I: The spring of 1900, evening ACT II: A week later, early morning ACT Ill: Two weeks later, late afternoon

DIRECTOR 'S NOTE " Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vine: for our vines hove tender grapes.' 1 - Song of Solomon, 2:15

It is fitting that Miss Hell man should have th is Biblical source for the ploy, for the ploy presents on unyielding struggle against unmitigated worldly evil. The world is filled with "little foxes; " it always hos been ond always will be, but they must not go unopposed.

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