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Ann Arbor's Civic Theatre
Sponsors Plays, Workshops.

The Ann Arbor Civil Theater
sponsors a program of five or six
full scale productions each year in
addition to frequent one-act plays
and dramatic workshops.
The theater, now entering its
thirty-second year; is one of the
oldest cultural organizations in the
state, according to last year's pres-
ident, Zeke Jabbour.
During the past year the group
produced "Mr. Roberts," "A Per-
iod of Adjustment," "The Cruci-
ble," "Night Must Fall," and "Pa-
jama Game."
Not Decided
The playbill for this year has
not been definitely decided, Jab-
bour said.
Membership in the Civic Thea-
ter is open to anyone and the dues
are $1.50. The group issues a spe-
cial welcome to University stu-
dents interested in participating
in the productions. Auditions are
held regularly before the plays and
rehearsals are conducted on week-
dayevenings.
The Civic Theater is now a self-
sufficient organization no longer
relying on endowments for sup-
port.
Every year there are over 200
active participants in the thea-
ter's productions, Jabbour said.f
Good Cooperation
The cooperation between the
Civil Theater and the University

Faculty Jury
Candidates for degrees appear
before a full faculty jury to have
their selections approved. Upon
approval, a performance is sched-
uled and the student appears be-
fore a public audience. Any ac-
companists needed are chosen
from students in the music school.
These recitals, numbering 160
last year, will be announced in
the Daily Official Bulletin.
Fall Schedule
Louis Stout and Millard Cates,
French horn and tenor, respec-
tively, and Jerome Jelinek, cello,
are scheduled for the fall term.
The music school has invited in-
dividuals outside the University to
perform here. Fernando Valenti,
guest harpsichordist, and Anton
leiler, Viennese organist, will per-
form this fall.,
Outside of these recitals andt
performances for the public, the
music school offers a composer's
forum, a midwestern choir confer-
ence, and a conference on organ
music for the coming year.

speech department is excellent.
However, the majority of .partici-
pants are Ann Arbor residents.
Performances this year will be
held in Trueblood Auditorium in
the Frieze Building and the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater in the
League. This is the first year the
Auditorium will be available for
the Civic Theater as the new pro-
fessional troupe will also be using
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Hoover will be this year's presi-
dent.

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