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"HOW TO BE A JEWISH
by LLOYD GRAF, acting sports editor, Michigan Daily
at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation.
QUIRK THEA TRE
Audienee Revolves Within Stage,
IdeaCalld Vey Reolutonar
SDA ILY OF
"FICIA L B UL LE T IN
Lynne Jacobs Sue Ellen Lorge
Joel Klein Jonathon Rosenbaum
John Planer, Jeff Rossio, Cantors
By BETSY COHN
There is a QUIRK of culture
available from our neighbors to
the east in Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity's QUIRK Theatre.
Built in 1958, the Quirk The -
atre is a functional assemblage of
three auditoriums, a radio and
television studio, classrooms, dress-
ing rooms and scene shops~ Work-
speech and dramatic arts depart-
THE HILLEL CHOIR directed by MIKE ROBBINS
JOAN TEMKIN at the organ
1429 Hill Street
All Are Welcome
ments from which stems the the-
atre and forensic activities of the
The director of the theatre and
the dramatic arts department,
Prof. James W. Gousseff, sprinted
enthusiastically around the Quirk
Theatre followed by this reporter
who, in passing, managed to catch
a glimpse of a seminar on Greek
Iutu ws conducted by Prof. So-
lomois, a visiting professor from
Greece who will be heading "The
Greek Theatre," which is sched-
uled to begin operation next year.
Passing the lab theatre, Gous-
seff explained how the audience
and actors could be placed in six
different positions by rearrange-
ment of the portable stage and
chairs. "One idea never tried be-
fore is the placement of the aud-
ience in the middle and the stage
around them. The audience re-
volves in their seats as the action
moves from one stage to the next.
This is a very revolutionary idea,"
punned Dr. Gousseff, who, at the
same time, sympathized with
owners of weak stomachs.
This reporter also saw the re-
maining scenery of the "EMU
Players" recent production of "The
Fantasticks," a delicate musical;
and saw a ranting Roman soldier,
loudly preparing for his appear-
ance in "Androcles and the Lion."'
It is scheduled for Nov. 20-21 by
"EMU's Children's Theatre" pro-
Still followed by this reporter,
Gousseff darted into the new wing
of the building which is preparing
to house FM and AM radio sta-
wor space for forensic activity.nd
"There are three operating the-
atre groups at EMU," explained
Gousseff. "The EMU Players, the
Children's Theatre and the lab
series which will go into operation
this year. The EMU Players have
scheduled three more plays after
"Androcles" ;"The Physicists,"
"A Midsummer's Night Dream,"
and "Ah Wilderness."
When questioned about the
name QUIRK, Dr. Gousseff attri-
buted it to local millionaire, Dan-
iel Quirk Jr. whose interest, among
his wealth of many, is the the-
atre. Scheming officials saw a
bright reward in store for them
if they would name the theatre
after Daniel Jr.; and bright it
was: a huge vivid oil painting of
the glowing millionaire. "Quite a
quirk!" quipped Gousseff.
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School of Music Bandorama-Univer-
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