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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1911

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COMEIN ND OOK AROU D-w hae "ursis smetingof . myer-I tica Ineret, hwevr, as ick
Books are wonderful for Christmas Giving g Professional Theater
COMEIN ND L OK ROU D-weKay 16ick, We designed the program ed up by Harlan Hatcher, Presi-
agood selection-for all ages & most tastes. to cover a broad spectrum of dent of the University from 1951
contemporary and classic theatre to 1967. Hatcher, imbued witha
and to supply the academic and fascination for the theatre, had
regional requirements of this Uni- authored two dramatic text books.
versity - as a service to the cor- In 1958 he ;first approached the
munity as well as to the campus." Schnitzers but it was three years
So explained Marcella Cisney, before they eventually accepted
who with her husband of 19 his invitation ". . , to create a po-
years, Robert Schntzer, heads the neering pilot project in academic
.3+ 10 - year - old Professional Thea- sponsorship of professional thea-
tre Program (P.T.P.) tre."
Starting from scratch a decade When the two flew here from
ago, Schnitzer and Cisney using Trinidad they brought to Mihi-
We will gift wrap & package for mailing. dedication, imagination and plain gn a background richly steeped
3 old fashioned hard work have pre- in the performing arts. In Trini-
sented 125 attractions in Ann A- dad, they had launched, staged
bor, 20 of which have gone on to and administered an all-star the-
CF ~m1 T New York, including such hits as atre company, headed by Helen
the Tony Award winners "School Hayes, June Havoc and Lief
OLXIhfor Wives", "Private Lives" and Erickson, which toured Latin
"Hctarv ney et."th pr America, Europe and the Near
Aculy nees ntepr East, sponsored by the State De-
forming arts at the University partment.
goes back to the 1930's and 40's Professor Schnitzer organized
cWeekdays 8:30-5.30 ~'*A~' with valentine Kindt who was the State Department's Interna-
~.336 S. State 662-443 " .. a great teacher and fine tional Cultural Exchange Program
Saturdays 9 :00-5 30 .x~ director," in the opinion of Cis- in 1954 and served as executive
~ ~ *~..ney. He established the annual director until 1960. During his
I * five week Spring Drama Festival, leadership, over 3,000 American
____________......____________________-_--_____________-______-:___________-__ which enjoyed a fine reputation dance, drama and musical artists
"for a number of years. toured 125 countries, as U.S. cu-
"" "" "" ""* "***.*...": %." ~ ~ *When'Windt died a vacuum tural ambassadors.
" "" was created. The thread of thea-. Schnitzer switched in the mid
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fifties to arts administration, after
having been general manager for
such Broadway producers as Law-
rence Langner, Guthrie McClin-
tic and Gilbert Miller. It was dur-
ing this stage of his career that
he first organized and managed
major overseas tours of perform-
ing arts attractions.
.Schnitzer was recently awarded
the third- annual Arts Manage-
ment Career Service Award for
his contributions to American cul-
tural development over the past
decade.
Schnitzer was totally unaware
of his bein considered for the
award. Upon news of it, he said,
"The last ten years have seen the
rapid and vigorous 'development
of university sponsorship of pro-
fessional theatre. It is not only
challenging but also most fulf ill-
ing to administer one of the pio-
neer programs and to share in
the expansion of the field"
Schnitzer also heads the new
University Resident Theatre As-
sociation Association) (U.RTA.)
of 25 leading university profes-
sional theatres who have banded
together to advance this burgeon-
ing national movement.
Cisney's experience is equally
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