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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'T'ITESDAY, AUGUST 30, x.966

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Soph Show, Gilbert & Sullivan,
Musket; Campus Theatricals

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By PTill U JJINUHE year. Last year it presented "Rud- duction and satisfy all aspects of
Three organizations, Soph Show, igore." "theatre interest." There is a pub-
Musket, and the Gilbert and Sul- Unlike the G&S Society and licity committee, a committee in
Musket, both open to anyone on charge of printing and selling
livan Society offer Michigan stu- campus, Soph Show, as its name tickets, stage crew, props, lighting,
dents an opportunity to display implies, is run entirely by sopho- 1fnake-~up, and costumes.
their dramatic ability. Within each mores. They select, direct, and At the end of the spring semes-
organization there is room for produce the play themselves. ter the central committee chair-
the would be actress, director, Last year they presented "A men are chosen from the group of
choreographer and stage hand as Funny Thing Happened on the students petitioning for the posts.
well as those who might be par- Way to the Forum," an uproaring In the fall, at the beginning of
ticipating just "for the fun of it." play done in true vaudeville style. the semester, mass meetings are
Each year the productions be- In the past these three organi- held, usually in the Union. At the
come more professional. In the zations were regarded merely as mass meeting the play and or-
past the productions have entail- Ianother social organization rather ganization is more thoroughly ex-
ed student proficiency in singing, than a group of students working plained to all those interested in
acting, dancing and comedy, together to produce a polished participating.
Last year Musket presented performance. With increasing pro- At this meeting an interested
Leonard Bernstein's West Side j fessionalism. the students are re- student is able to sign up for the
Story, directed by Jack Rouse, warded with growing audience committee of his choice and begin
Grad. The production employed enthusiasm, work,
styalized scenery, made of metal All three organizations are And it is work to produce the
and was very similar to the movie. thoroughly organized. They are kind of production the University
The biggest anticipated problem all under the auspices of the Uni- audiences are accustomed to see-
was the male dancing but accord- versity Activities Center (UAC) ing. But, according to those who
ing to the audience "it was even and each claims its own central have worked on the student pro-
better than the movie." committee designed to coordinate ductions before, "it is both a
G&S Society presents a Gilbert the various sub-committees. tremendous amount of work and
and Sullivan production in the The committees are established fun; I hate to see the curtain
I fall and winter semesters each to meet the demands of any pro- come down."

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