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Dr. Philip Weltner 
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literature, music, 
art, philosophy . . . 
to understand the present 
we must benefit from 
the past 



George Marion O'Donnell 
Creative Writing 

Harry Dobson 
Music Appreciation 



R. Crawford Livingston 
Art 



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Philosophy 



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Richard Reser 

Sociology 



Philip Olmeu 

Psychology 



James Bush 
Education 



Sound principles tend to make a sound 
person — the task of sowing the seeds of 
knowledge is a step toward insuring a more 
capable citizenry. 



A. Cheever Cressy 
American Government 




W. A. L. COULBORN 
Economics 



Robert Scribner 
History 



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Muriel Lewis 
President 



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OGLETHORPE PLAYERS 



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May 16, 1952 



THE OGLETHORPE PLAYERS 

in 

ARSENIC and OLD LACE 

by 
Joseph Kesselring 

Directed by 
Robert L. Scribner 

Associate Director 
Mitchell C. Bishop, Jr. 



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The Rev. Dr. Harper JAMES KOONTZ* 

Teddy Brewster O. K. SHEFFIELD, JR.* 

Officer Brophy DON FERRY 

Officer Klein LEE WILSON 

Martha Brewster JANE COWART* 

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Dr. Einstein DAVID FISCHER* 

Officer O'Hara MARVIN POSNER 

Lieutenant Rooney GERALD TORTORELLA 

Mr. Witherspoon STEVEN COINE, J. MICHAEL GRIER 

*Member of the Oglethorpe Players 



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NOTIONS 



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The entire action of the play takes place in the living room of the Brewster home 
in Brooklyn. Time: the present. 



ACT I 
An afternoon in September 

ACT II 
The same night. 



ACT III 
Scene I: Later that night. 
Scene 2: Early the next morning. 



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for 
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE 

Technical Director Wendell H. Brown 

Stage Director Lewis DeRose 

Lights „.... Guy Dority 

Stage Srew Shelly Fleitman 

Jerry Tortorella 

Curtain Donald Bloemer 

Make-up Elizabeth Mathleu 

Patricia Norton 

Business Manager Jeanne Kast 

Advertising Mitchell Bishop, Jr. 

Rosemary Hartrampf 
Jo Furey 

Posters Marion Edmunds 

Admissions Dorothy Livingston 

Ushers Blue Key Fraternity 

Prompter Patricia Doran 

Designer Jane Cowart 



The Oglethorpe Players wish to thank their many friends who have con- 
tributed both time and talent to help us stage this play. We would also like to 
thank the advertisers In the program for their interest In and cooperation with 
our group. 



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ROBERT L. SCRIBNER, the director, 
joined the faculty of Oglethorpe in 1948 
in the history department. Although 
this is his first direction of the Players, 
he has helped us in the past countless 
times by technical assistance. 

Although he is a newcomer to the 
Oglethorpe stage, it was only natural 
that EUGENE O'BRIEN (Mortimer), 
who by all appearances could very well 
be a dramatic critic, should take time 
from his writing and painting to add 
his dramatic talent to the Players. 



It seems rather appropriate that 
JANE COWART (lUartha) and JO 
FUREY (Abby), who appeared forthe 
first time at Oglethorpe as two zany 
sisters in LADIES IN RETIREMENT, 
are now for the last time together again 
cast as two mad sisters. In the inter- 
vening plays they have starred as moth- 
er and daughter, sane sisters, and ac- 
complished gin I'ummy players. 

Jane, a senior, has sei-ved for two 
years on the business staff, while Jo, a 
junior, is at present the president of 
the Players. 



Compliments of 



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For those ivho 

like the good life; 

who have an instinctive 

desire for that 

which is not commonplace 

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Compliments of 

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(Formerly the Ctioit House) 



Compliments of 

A 
FRIEND 



ARSENIC AND OLD LACE is the 
fourth consecutive play in which 0. K. 
SHEFFIELD, JR., (Teddy) has sported 
a bristling moustache, since he initiated 
his acting career at Oglethorpe in 
LIGHT UP THE SKY and from behind 
these moustaches have come many fine 
Performances. 



With only previous business and stag- 
ing experience at Oglethorpe, JEANNE 
KAST (Elaine) imparts to her character 
all the ingredients for a most enjoyable 
performance. 

DAVID FISCHER (Dr. Einstein) 
earned his reputation as a character ac- 
tor by his outstanding work with minor 
roles in two previous plays. This experi- 
ence along with his ability enables him 
to portray the "surgeon of great distinc- 
tion" delightfully. 

AVA HART (Elaine), remembered as 
the colored maid in YOU CAN'T TAKE 
IT WITH YOU and more recently as the' 
ingenue in LABURNUM GROVE, again 
proves her versatility as an actress by 
her excellent rendition of Elaine. 

Oglethorpe's dynamic delegate from 
Brooklyn, New York, SHELLY FLEIT- 
MAN (Jonathan), becoming a Thespian 
for the first time, adds another accom- 
plishment to his already long list of suc- 
cessful endeavors with his realistic in- 
terpretation of Jonathan. 



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An Immoral Comedy in Three Acts 
by 

J. B. PRIESTLEY 



Directed by 
WENDELL BROWN 



(In order of Appearance) 

Elsie Radfern,.' AVA HART 

Mrs. (Lucy) Baxley JANE COWART* 

Bernard Baxley O. K. SHEFFIELD. JR.* 

George Radfern MARION PHARR* 

Harold Russ JAMES KOONTZ* 

JoeFletten DAVID FISCHER 

Mrs. (Dorothy) Radfern JO FUREY* 

Inspector Stack DONALD J. BLOEMER* 

Sergeant Morris RICHARD BENNETT 

* Members of Oglethorpe Players 

Scene 

ACT ONE 
Sunday Evening 

ACT TWO 
Scene I Early Monday Morning 
Scene 2 Monday Afternoon 

ACT THREE 
Monday Evening 

The v^hole action takes place in Radfern's house, Ferndale, Labur- 
num Grove, Shooters Green, a suburb of North London. 

(There will be a ten-minufe infermhsion between Act I & Act II, 
and Act II & Act III) 



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Stage Manager Donald J. Bioemer 



Properties Patricia Doran, Anne Bioemer 



Lights J. Michael Grier 



Make-up Patricia Horton, Elizabeth Mathieu, Robert L. Scribner 



Prompter Lea Freedenthal 



Business Manager Jeanne Kast 



Publicity Marion Edmonds, Guy Dority 



Business Staff Jean Horton, Harriet Dono 



Tickets Parent-Teachers Association of Jim Cherry School 



Ushers -...Blue Key Fraternity 



Admissions Dorothy Livingston 



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