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Repertory Players To Give
8 Plays During Their
10th Anniversary Term
Summer Program Of Lit
By ETHEL NORBERG i
Whitford Kane, one of the most
eminent character actors of the
American stage, will be guest director
of the Michigan Repertory Players in
their tenth anniversary season this
Under the direction of Valentine B.
Windt, director of Play Production
durn the year, the Repertory Play-
ers will present eight plays to provide
enteirtainment for summer school stu-
dents and townspeople. Frederic O.
Crandall will be assistant director.
Guest art director for this season
will be Alexander Wyckoff who ha's
been with the Players for the last five
years. Evelyn Cohen, guest costu-
miere, will give a special course in
costumring and William . Halstead
will o ffer a new course in make-up.
The Repertory Players were origin-
ated in 1929 by Mr. Windt to take
the place of a professional company
which had changed its annual Ann
Arbor season from summer to spring.
Organized around t h e summer
courses in Play Production, the name
Michigan Repertory Players was giv-
en to the summer company. .A pro-
gram of eight or nine plays, and op-
erettas averaging four performances
each have been, presented by the Play-
ers each succeeding summer.
The acting company and the tech-
nical staff consist of the more exper-
ienced students en'rolled in the course
of Play Production, occasional visiting
actors and directors from the profes-
sional theatre and former students
who have graduated but who wish
further training in the theatre.
Last year the Repertory Players
combined with the Schoollof Music.
to present an operetta and plans are
being made to do the same this sum-
nier. This will be the fourth time,
that an'entertainment of this type
has been given. Last summer's plays
include "The Path of Flowers," "Eth-
an Irome," "First Lady," "Yellow
Jack," "Pride and Prejudice," "Ac-
cent on Youth," "H.M.S. Pinafbre"
and "Daughters of Atreus."
Opportunity for participation is
offered in every phase of theatre work
for those duly qualified' in the
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Mr. Kane, who was in Ann Arbor
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company: in New York. during the
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