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THE MICHIGAN DAIY

FIDfAYMAY 5. 1950~

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'Volpone' Will Open at Pattengill

Season Tickets For Drama
Festival Go on Sale Today

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An experienced cast will hit Ann
Arbor when the curtain opens on
the Theatre Guild production of
"Volpone" at 8 p.m. today in Pat-
tengill Auditorium.
In addition to playing the lead,
Len Rosenson, '50, will direct Ben
Jonson's 340-year-old satirical
comedy.
ROSENSON'S experience i n
summer stock paved the way for
a part in last year's Broadway
production of "Mr. Roberts." He
had previously been in charge of
a company which toured Europe
with a production of "Volpone."
Ann Arbor has seen him in
"Murder in the Cathedral,"
"Orphee" and "No Exit."
Harvey Stuart, '50, will per-
form the part of Mosca, Volpone's
servant.
STUART, PRESIDENT of the
recently reorganized Guild, has
appeared in Oklahoma summer
stock as well as in a touring com-
pany of "Annie Get Your Gun."
The singing voice for the "Vol-
pone" production will be sup-
plied by Alonso Gamero, Grad.
Gamero spent four years as first
actor with Cuerpo de Theatre of
the Institute Pedagogica in Ca-
racas, Venezuela.
Columba, Volpone's innocent
lady friend wil be played by Laurel
Roden, '51. Miss Roden has play-
ed summer stock as well as hav-
ing appeared in many speech de-t
partment productions.T
Bill Webb who will play Vol-
tore, one of the objects of Vol-I

Sale of season tickets for the
Ann Arbor Drama Season will be-
gin at 10 a.m. today at Lydia Men-,
delssohn box office.
The season, which lasts a month,
consists of five productions rang-
ing from musical drama to light
satire.
WILLIAM Shakespeare's "The
Tempest" will open the season
May 15, playing until May 20. It
wil star Arnold Moss, Vera Zor-
ina and John Alexander.
"Born Yesterday," concerning
a junk man's sojourn in Wash-
ington, opens May 22 and will
play until May 27. It stars Joan
Morgan and John Alexander.
The third production presents
Baisil Rathbone in "The Winslow
Boy," with Meg Mundy and Colin
Keith-Johnston. It will open May
30, running through June 3.
TWO PRE-BROADWAY pro-
ductions will conclude the season:
"The Barrier." June 5-10, a new
musical drama starring Muriel
Rahn, and George Bernard Shaw's'

"Getting Married," starring Cecil
Hardwicke, June 12-17.
Sale of tickets for individual
performances will open Thursday,
May 11. Valentine Windt is di-
rector of the season, Robert Mel-
lencamp art director, and Emma
Hirsch Mellencamp costumiere.
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THEATRE GUILD PRODUCES 'VOLPONE'-Canina, womap
about town, plays us to Mosca, Velpone's servant, while rich Vol-
pone looks on jealously. Len Rosenson is Volpone, and Dolores
Howland Canina. Mosca is played by Harvey Stuart in Ben Jon-
son's comedy at Pattengill Auditorium today and tomorrow.
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pone's sadism was voted best ac-
tor at Manhato State College in
Minnesota.
Rounding out the cast are Don
Hawley, '51, Jack Lazarus, '52,

Dave Martin, '50, Al Yesbick, '51,
George Olsen, '50, Sam Russo, Dale
Stevenson, '52, Art Reiss, '52, Fred
Stuart, '50, Dolores Howland,
Grad, and Oscar Lince.

514-16 East William

Phone 2-0035

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Science Programs To Be Held

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Two scientific programs sched-
uled for today will give students
a chancetohinspect either the
stars or Michigan mammals.
The astronomy department's ob-
servatory on the fifth floor of An-
gell Hall will have visitors' night
from 7:45 to 10 p.m. The program
will open with a short illustrated
talk in Rm. 3017, followed by ob-
servations of Saturn and Mars
through telescopes.

The talk will be given even if
the sky is overcast.
"The Larger Mammals of Mich-
igan" will be the subject of the
University Museums' weekly dis-
play from 7 to 9 p.m. Films on
"Common Animals of the Woods,"
"The Deer and its Relatives" and
"The Horse and its Relatives" will
be shown at 7:30 p.m. in Kellogg
Auditorium.

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