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ARTS and LETTERS By Judy Stonehill I
Cisney Inspires Frost Play
When Marcella Cisney, director sion, New York City Opera and Rather, each actor will embody
of "An Evening's Frost," talks PTP, thought it would be "splen- something of Frost's nature and
about the production that is to did to create a threatre tribute art," Miss Cisney said.
be given an American premiere Ito him here where he was the "The cast is bound by a com-
here February 10, she has an air first poet-in-residence," she said mon love of Frost." Jacqueline
of pride, in a recent interview. Brookes, star of the American
And why not? Last year while Miss Cisney was Shakespeare Festival of Stratford,
The University's Professional talking to Prof. Donald Hall of the Conn., met Frost when she was
Theatre Program, of which she is English department, she discov- studying drama at the University
associate director, is the only thea- ered that Hall, a New England of Iowa. She was eager to partici-
tre in the country that has been poet, was also a friend of Frost. pate in the production here, be-
authorized by Robert Frost's lit- She then proposed to him that a cause Frost made a profound im-
erary executors to produce a dra- "dramatic portrait" of Frost would pression on her, Miss Cisney said.
matic treatment of the poet since be ideal for the New Play Project Donald Davis, another Frost ad-
his death. as an experiment in creating "a mirer, arrived last Sunday from
The original idea for "An Eve- play for voices." Chicago where he was starring in
n Edward Albee's "The Ballad of the
ning's Frost" was here. While Hall was on ,a Guggen- SadAe
When Frost died, Miss Cisney, heim Fellowship in England last Sad t Cafeo
who has directed for CBS televi-yerheadMsCinywe Staats Cotsworth left his New
Syear, he and Miss Cisney were York role as narrator of Sean
working together by mail. Both O'Casey's "Pictures in the Hall-
T e H s r agreed that the structure of -the way" to narrate "An Evening's
TheH istorian portrait should an " simple, be- Frost."
I c Frost had ani "nnate sim- "Will Geer has an instinctive
I overn~ ent eplicity and austerity." She sug- gift for American poetry," Miss
esed Hall write the connectiveCisney said. He played Walt Whit
tissue" for Frost's own verse, let- nn id.WeCmadsth t
(Continued from Page 1) tens and talks. man in "We, Comrades Three,' the
1962 PTP New Play Project, and
for deficit spending to stimulate "One of the purposes of the has also played Mark Twain.
the economy, and the tax cut was New Play Project is to act as a "He has a spiritual kinship with
not necessarily 'liberal.' It won out creative bridge' by offering an Frost in his love of poetry and
over the other proposals for eco- opportunity to gifted writers from the natural world," she said.
nomic expansion primarily because other fields to make an entry into Frost's verse has been described
it 'seemed the only politically feas-. theatre," Miss Cisney said. There as "geometric" and always having
ible measure," he commented. is a deficit of exciting new writ- one "vertical element." The set for
The Bay of Pigs affair, Schle- ing talent in the theatre today, ,"An Evening's Frost" is based on
singer said, proved "a valuable she added. Therefore, the PTP this analysis. Designed by Robin
education for President Kennedy. sought this year to take a gifted Wagner, New York scenic artist
He never again acted on 'expert' writer of poetry and encourage who created "In White Amer;,a"
advice he himself didn't agree him as a playwright, and other off-Broadway settings,
with." Before Miss Cisney started re- the set is lean, spare, suggestive
"President Kennedy was often hearsing with the cast of promi- of New England. The production
criticized foi sending so many nent Broadway players, she show- will be painted with lights to give
messages and for compromising on ed them the kinescope of Frost's it continuity and "flow."
issues," he added. 'That simply press conference in Ann Arbor in "There is a real interest in this
fails to recognize the need to 1962. "It was a fascinating char- project both locally and in New
educate that existed. For example, acter study-to watch his mental York," Miss Cisney said. Ticket or-
on medicare, Kennedy had to in- processes as he answered questions. ders have come from Ohio, Cana-
troduce it over and over again, posed by students and faculty," da and all over Michigan. The
until finally people got accustom- she said. PTP is giving a special high school
ed to it and realized it was neces- "But we are not trying to imi- matinee for Michigan high school
sary." tate Frost. He was inimitable. students."

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Cinema Guild-Jean Cocteau's "Or-
pheus": Architecture Aud.. 7 and 9 p.m.
Challenge: Dr. Allen S. Whiting,
"Communist China's Foreign Policy Po-
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Tues., Feb. 9, for all types of jobs,
including unit heads, nurses, cooks.
kitchen ass'ts., waterfront, etc.
Melody Fair, N.Y.-Summer theatre
will audition Tues., Feb. 9, in Room
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chorus from 2-5 p.m.
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The Week To Come: a Campus Calendar


SUNDAY, FEB. 7 1the Minneapolis Symphony Or- Medical Science Bldg.
2 p.m.-Challenge will sponsor chesra in Hill Aud. 4 p.m.-James M. Sprague, di-
a lecture by Allen S. Whiting on TUESDAY, FEB. 9 rector of Medicinal Chemistry of
"Communist C h i n a ' s Foreign 4 p.m. - Albert E. Lehninger Merck, Sharp and Dohne Research
Policy Positions" in the Michigan ; will speak on "Molecular Organi- Laboratories, will give a talk on
League Ballroom. zation and Biological Function - "Approaches to Drug Develop-
3 p.m.-The music school will Mitochondrial S t r u c t u r e and ment" in 1200 Chemistry Bldg.
present a concert by the Inter- Function" in the third level am- 7 p.m. - Daniel Howland of
lochen Arts Academy Orchestra, phitheater of the Medical Science Ohio University will speak on
directed by Joseph E. Maddy and Bldg. "The Measurement of Patient
Thor Johnson in Hill Aud. 8 p.m. - William T. Patrick,"Care: A Conceptual Framework"
MONDAY, FEB. 8 assistant general attorney for 'in Rm. 69 of the business and ad-
4:15 p.m.-Omega Chapter of Michigan Bell Telephone, will dis- ministration school.
Phi Delta Kappa will sponsor a cuss 'The Negro and Politics" in 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
student panel focusing on the Rm. 3RS in the Union. present "Ivan the Terrible," Part
problems and prospects of teacher 8 p.m.-J. C. Catford, director I in the Architecture Aud.
certification programs at the Uni- of the English Language Institute, 7:30 p.m. - Wd dell Hulcher,
versity in the University Elemen- will speak on "Palacophony: Re- the Republican candidate for
tary School Aud. construction of Pronunciation" in mayor of Ann Arbor, will address
8:30 p.m. - The Choral Union Rackham Amphitheatre. the Young Republican Club on
Concert Series will present Stan- 8:30 p.m. - The music school "University -City Relations" in
islaw Skrowaczowski conducting will present a faculty recital, fea- Rm. 3B of the Union All students,
________________________ turing Professors Jemr3BofmheUnin.Al stdets
- -. - - .-- . turngPrfssrJerome Jehnek faculty and staff may attend.
and Marilyn Mason of the music
scoli aka u 8 p.m. - The Rev. James E.
Ischool in Rackham Aud.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10 Wadsworth, president of . the De-
INTERESTED 4.m.-J. David Robertson will troit chapte s of the NAACP, will
"Molecular Organiza- speak on "The Future of the Var-
IN BEING tion and Biological Function-The isCivil Rights Organizations"
NOrganization of Cellular Mem- in the third floor conference
A COUNSELOR AT branes" in the third level amphi- room of the Union.
theater of the Medical Sciencej 8:30 p.m. - The music school
Bldg.will present a Baroque Trio Re-
FRESHMAN 7:30 p.m.- Brice Carnahan of cital, featuring Professors Keith'
RENDEZVOUS??9 the engineering college will give Bryan, Florian Mueller, John
* * * a Ford Computer Lecture in Nat- Flower and Clyde Thompson 'of
ural Science Aud. the music school in Rackham Aud.
_I 8:30 p.m. - The Professional FRIDAY, FEB. 12
Theatre Program will present "An 4:10 p.m.-Prof. Oleg Grabar of
Evening's Frost" in the Mendels- the history of art department and
APPLY NOW!I 3 Sohn Theatre. the Kelsey Museum of Archaeol-
8:30 p.m. - Muriel Williamson ogy will lecture on "The Univer-
will lecture on "Burmese Classical sity's Excavations in Syria-1964"
Forms Available at Music" in Aud. A..
8:30 p.m. - The music school .4:15 p.m. - Kenneth Benne of
2282 S. A. B. will present a French Horn recital the Human Relations Center in
in Hill Aud. Boston will lecture in Aud. C.
THURSDAY, FEB. 11 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
1 p.m.-Prof. Lee E. Danielson present "Ivan the Terrible," Part
of the business and administra- I, in the Architecture Aud.
1 8 p~m-onSontoal
DEADLI NE: FEB. 20 ation school will speak on "Manag-k 8 f.m.-John Snow, nationally
ing the Departmental Office" in known folk dance teacher, will
the Union. ! lead a workshop of Balkan folk
2:30 and 8:30 p.m. - The Pro- dances in Barbour Gym.
fessional Theatre Program ill i8:30 p.m.-Doctoral students in
DIAL 662-6264 present "An Evening's Frost" in piano performance will give a re-
the Mendelssohn Theatre. cital of "The Prokofiev Piano{
4 p.m.-Laurence Bogorad willISonatas" in the Recital Hall of
present a lecture on "Monecular the music school.
Organization and Biological Func- SATURDAY, FEB. 13
Shows at 1-3-5-7 & 9 tion-Organization of Plastids" in Pl8aemet Tet ill eacivenC s
the third level amphitheater of the th esCivillServicenwn
the Civil Service Rm. of the down-
town station of the U.S. Post Of-
fice at 220 N. Main.
I ___________________ 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. - The Pro-
fessional Theatre Program will
rd Week present "An Evening's Frost," new
hIgh ln gplay project, in the Mendelssohn
., .~..... ...#. ......: Theatre.
"I !i N 4:30 and 7 p.m.-Marilyn Ma-
WA~LILTiDI 00 U S son, professor in the music school,
} s will present an organ recital in
' Organ Studio 2110 in the music
school. Courtesy tickets required.
ACHIEVEMENT!' 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
* present "The Kid," starring Char-
lie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan, in
the Architecture Aud.
Continuous Today
From 1 O'clock.
h . Sa a w3IS *. M a fIlam

but a graduate of any other school will 'u""""Placeent, 22 SAB
Dept. of Linguistics: Doctoral prelim- be required to study on the Michi-
Inary examinations will be given Fri. gan campus. Academic achievement. EDUCATION DIVISION:
and Sat., March 5 and 6. Students in- The following list of schools will in-
tending to take one or more exams sidered in granting the award. The terview at the Bureau of Appoint-
must notify the Departmental Office of stipend is $1,100 ments for prospective teachers for 1965
their intention to do so on or before t weekbegiing Mon., Feb. 15.
Tues., Feb 9. German Exchange Scholarships: Two MNFB 5
-'scholarships awarded by Free Universi- Santa Fe Springs, Calif.-Elem. K-6,
Applications frr General Undergrad- ty of Berlin. One scholarship awarded 7/8 grade vacancies.
uate Scholarships will be available at by University of Hamburg. Three schOl- Kirkwood, Mo.-Elem., J.H. - Math/
the Scholarship Office. 2011 SAB, be- byUiest!o abr.The co-Se. Math/PE/Coach,, 7t8 7ngl./Soc. St.,
;inning Mon,. Jan. 11. Applications;arships awarded by other German uni- MtCore./Eng., Engl./Soc. St., Engl.;
must be completed by March 1. Un- Allsawas H.S. Couns.
dergraduate students who have com- sArawar include room board, alo TUES., FEB. 16-
pleted one or more full semesters with MncsuderoundftripStravelfrom the adison. N.J.-Elen.,1-6, Vocal, Read.;
an overall average of 3.0 or better ildearo tprae fo t J.H.-Fr., Engi., Math, Spec. Ed.; H.S.
are eligible to compete. Financial aid United States to Germany. - Span./Ger., Soc. St. - Dept. Head
is a factor in making these awards. ermanuandestatustbyafalli Guid.
-a JuniorsMadison Heights, Mich.-Fields not.
1965. noucd
Applications for the Following Schol- Applications available from: Ivan announced.
arships are available in office of Parker.. 2011 SAB: Erich Steiner, 2007 Santa Clara, Calif.-Elem. K-6, J.H.-
alumnae secretary. Alumni Memorial Nat. Sci. Bldg.; William LaVine, In- Lang. Arts, Math, St., Spec. Ed.-
Hall; they must be returned by Feb. 12, teratonl ener
1965: recipients will be announced at Deadline-Noon. Thurs., Feb. 11, 1965. Wilough by, Oho-Elem., J.H.-Eng-
League Recognition Night, March 1. lish, Soc. St., Girls PE, Math, Ind. Arts,
1965. Sci., For Lang. (Fr., Ger., Lat., Russ.,
it'E IV9,IOcr i Span ) Home Ec., Music; H.S.-Engl.,
Soc. St., Sci., Math, Ind. Arts, For.
Lahg., Girls PE, Bus. Ed.: Guid., J.H.
I Bureau of Industrial Relations Per- Lib., Slow Learn.
A ATI N M sonnel Techniques Seminar - James WED., FEB. 17-
Hewley, president, Management and Pico Rivera, Calif.-Elem. K-6: J.H.-
3u iness Service-, Columbus, Ohio, "Mo- Art, Bus. Ed., Engl., Home Ec., L.A.,
NOTICES tivational Concepts, Tools and Tech- Span., Fr. other subject, aMth, St.,
niques": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. Girls PE, Rein. Read., Lib.; H.S.-Art,
-----_Bus. Ed., Engl., Span., Fr., Math, Biol.
- Basketball-U-M vs. State University Set.. Phys. Sci., Latin/other, Girls PE;
Use of This Column for Announce- of Iowa: Yost Field House, 8 p.m. Spec. Ed.-Orth. Hdcp., M.R., Aphaisie,
ments is available to officially 'recog- Sp. Ther.
nixed and registered student organiza- Choral Union Series Concert-Minne- Grand Rapids, Mich.-All fields exceut
tions only. Forms are available in Room apolis Symphony Orchestra, Stanislaw Soc. St. & Boys PE.
1011 SAB. Skrowaczewski, conductor: Hill Aud.. Oakland, Calif.-Elem. K-6, Sp. Ed.
8:30 p.m. M.R.; All fields 7 through 12 grades.
Canterbury House, Perspectives, in--- Grand Blanc, Mich.--All fields.
modern literature discussion, David Engineering Mechanics Departmental Rudyard, Mich.--Elem. K-6; Sec. -
Sumner, "No Exit"-establishing mean- Seminar: Dr. H, G. Nowacki, "Some Re- Math, Sci., Biol., Bus. Span., Engl.,
ingful contact, Feb. 9, 4:15 p.m., Can- cent Investigations on the Interaction Girls PE, Coach-ftb., Geog., Art, Vocal,
terbury House;218 N. Division. nBetween Ship and Propeller," Mon., Feb. Lib.
ere 1 N 8, 4 p.m., 311 W. Engineering. THURS., FEB. 18-
Circle Honorary Society. Important Oakland Calif.-See Wed., Feb. 17.
meeting for all members, Mon., Feb. 8. lacer rCalif-Elem., Sec.-Engl.,Set.,
7 pm. Cave. Michigan League.i .c me . Math, For. Lang,, I.A.
* * * L ANNOUNCEMENTLakeside. Calif.-Elem. K-6, J.H. -
Council of Student Religious organl- aNUCEMENT:e Span., Engl., Soc. St.
ations, Meeting, Feb. 7 2 p.m.: discus- Peace Corps Placement Test-Deter- Escondido, Calif.-Elem. K-6; 7/8-
sion topc,. "Methods of Publicity." mines in what capacity you can best Soc. St./Engl., Math/Sci.
serve. Test will be given Feb. 13 &> Pomona, Calif.-Elem. (AB); Sec. (6
SNCC representative at 3 p.m., 3511 March 13 at 8:30 a.m at the downtown r s b pt. J. rt ir
SAB. - ~Post Office, Main & Catherine. Ques-; PEaSpnFr,,eMt HEg.-SA, r
GammaDeta Delta (tLutheran udent tionnairesrequired to take test. Details Math, Sci./Math, M.R., Rem. Read.; H.S.
group-Missouri Synod), Supper, 6 p.m.; iquesnnaires available at Bureau of -Bus., Engl., Ger./Soc. St., Span., Girls
Rose Bowl slides, 6:45, Feb. 7, Univer- -_PEI_.AMathM . Krd
sity Lutheran Chapel, 1511 Washtenaw. PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau -World Hist./Geog., Engl., Read., Sd.,
Guild House, Sunday evening seminar of Appointments-Seniors & g 'ad stu- Math, PE, Art/Music; 8th grade -
GuhildtHouse TSunday "evning s.ear dents, please call 764-7460 for ppoint- Engl., PE, I.A., Home Ec., Arts, Crafts,
'Christian Thought," Rev. J. Edgar ; iients with the following:Sa.ErtSd, xprS., en
Edwards, Feb. 7, 7-8 p.m.; Monday noon n hhgSpan., Earth Sci., Explor., Sci., Gen.
luncheon. Prof. Robert Weeks, Ann Ar-. MON., FEB. 8- Bus., Journ., Sp./Drama, Instr., Music,
bor City Council, "Growth Problems in Internat'l. Business Machines (IBM), Choral Music.
Ann Arbor," Feb. 8, 12-1 p.m.; Tues- N.Y.C.-Men & women, all degree lev- FRI., FEB. 19-
day noon luncheon, Elizabeth Converse, els in math, econ., phys. sci., lib. arts, Towson, Md.-Elem., J.H. - Engl,/
Conil. Re-olution. "Kinds of Social bus. admin., engrg., etc. for positions Soc. St., Sec.-Fr., Span., Latin, Soc.
Power." Feb. 9, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, in Elec. Compting, Prod., Sales, Sys- St., I.A., Math, Home Ec., Music, Engl.,
802 Monroe. tems Engrs. Located throughout U.S. Sci., Arts, Sch, Nurse, Dr. Ed., Read.,
,;; * , J Walter Thompson Co., N.Y.C.-De- Lib., Guid., Bus. Ed., Sp. Ther., Boys
La Soviedad Hispanica, Tertulia. gree in any field, including Bus. Ad. PE, Girls PE.
lunes, 3-5, 3050 Frieze Bldg. Venga Positions in Advertising, Art & design, Livonia, Mich.-Ali fields except Soc.
todos. Mkt. Res.. Mgmt. Trng., Pub. Rel., & St. & Boys PE.
Writing. Located in N.Y.C. and Chicago. Fontana, Calif.-Elem. K-6, M.R.; J.H.
hntheran Student Chapel (Nationa' Men only. -I & V music, Strings, Girls PE,
Lutheran Council) Worship services TUES.. FEB. 9- Math, Home Ec., I.A., Gen. Set., Span,
Sun., Feb. 7 at 9:30 and 11 a.m. (Holy IBM-(See above). Read., Engl., M.R. H.S.-Engl., Girls
Communion at 9:30 service); Sunday J. Walter Thompson Co.-(See above). PE. Math, I.A.. M.R., Home Ec., BSCS

* Jean Cocteau 's #
f 1
is an adaptation of the Greek legend of Orpheus
*and Eurydice. Orpheus is a famed and admired
* poet-laureate sought by Death, an elegant princess
awith a band of motorcycle-dr~vng agents.
1 1
* Orpheus does not depend on De=phian fumes for
* inspiration; he becomes entranced by mysterious '
1 messages transmitted over short-wave radio.
* The ancient story of man's contest with death is-
* portrayed by Cocteau in a fascinating light of the :
* real .and the magical, with provocative dialog and :
* brilliant cinematics.
Last Times Tonight at 7 and 9
The Third Ann Arbor Experimental Film Festival is coming in March.
mm mrm. ----- he- --C-mes etr- mm y inminwmymmmmrm



ONCE Festivdl
February 11-14, 1965

15 World Premieres & 31
VFW Hall, 314 E. Liberty

Guest Artists
8:30 P.M.


Single Admission $2.25 and Series $7.00
from Marshall's Bookshop, Disc Shop, Record Center
Groups of 10 or more: Series $5.00, Singles $1.50

in advance only, from the
Arts Center, P.O. Box 179,


Ann Arbor

evening program at 7 p.m., "The Young
Church in a Hostile Environment," with
Norman Carter, M.D.. of British Guiana.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at S
Unitarian Student Group, Speaker
Dr. George Wescott of Anti-Commu-
nist Christian Association, Feb. 7, r
p.m.. Unitarian Church, Washtenaw
Voice Political Party (U. of M. Chap-
ter of Students for a Democratic So-
ciety), Executive Committee meeting,
Mon., Feb. 8, 4 p.m. in the Voice of-
fice, 2534 SAB. Everybody welcome.
Young Republicans, Executive Boare
meeting, Tues., Feb. 9, 4 p.m., 2535 SAB,
ONLY 25c


802 Monroe -
"Growth Problems in Ann Arbor"
Prof. Robert Weeks
"Kinds of Social Power"
Elizabeth Converse, Conflict Resolution Center
Saturday, February 13th
Dancing to New Colony Six
Game Booth Midway at the IM Building
"Night at Valhalla"
Fashion Show
Sleigh Ride-Ice Skating



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