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1973 Theatre Archive

No Place to Be Somebody flyer

  • February 8-10, 1973
  • By Charles Gordone
  • Directed by Robert Soller
  • (Univ. Theatre)
  • Presented by the Black Performing Art Troupe.

The Effect of Gamma Rays On Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds flyer

  • March 2-4, 1973
  • By Paul Zindel
  • Directed by Lew Shelton
  • (Univ. Theatre)

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum flyer

  • April 12-15, 1973
  • By Shakespeare
  • An Alpha Psi Omega Fraternity Student Production.

Rumplestiltskin and the Witches flyer

  • May 3-6, 1973
  • By Hal and Jo Todd
  • Directed by Jeanne Hall
  • (Univ. Theatre)
  • Children’s Theatre

The School For Wives flyer

  • May 25-27, 1973
  • By Moliere
  • Translated by Richard Wilbur
  • Directed by Donald B. Muir
  • (Univ. Theatre)

L'Ecole des femmes was first staged in Paris on December 26, 1662, and scored an immediate and lasting success. Moliere played Arnolphe; Armande, his bride of less than a year, played Agnes. While we are repeatedly warned today against reading private meanings into Moliere's plays, we may at least note that the situation, the problem of an ardent middle-aged lover and the bride he has trained from babyhood, was Moliere's own.

  • August 17-19, 1973
  • By Lawrence & Lee
  • Directed by Jeanne Hall

Steal Away Home flyer

  • November 7-8, 1973
  • By Aurand Harris
  • Directed by Jeanne Hall
  • (Chabot College Theatre)

Children's Theatre. The Scene takes place in the stations of the Underground Railroad from South Carolina to Pennsylvania, 1854.

  • November 29-30, December 1-2, 6-9, 1973
  • By Jean Giraudoux
  • Directed by Ken Ruta
  • 1973?
  • By Lanford Wilson
  • Reader’s Theatre
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