THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1953
Atom Blast To Highlight Opera
MONDAY 8 P.M.
Department of Speech Presents
ELIZABETH THE QUEEN
By MAXWELL ANDERSON
$1.20- 90c - 60c
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Two atomic blasts on stage will
highlight "Up 'N' Atom," the 1953
Union Opera playing locally from
Dec. 9 through Dec. 11.
As yet, Opera officials haven't
decided how to do it without le-
thal effects to the theater, audi-
ence or campus. According to gen-
eral secretary Dick Fiegel, '55 the
Opera will do its best to insure
against total annhilation of the
IN PREPARATION for the
event, Fiegel yesterday announced
that individualmail orders will be
taken for tickets starting Tues-
A bomb blast on the stage will
probably entail many problems,
he commented. In the first place,
"How do we know we'll have a
stage left after the first explo-
sion? The script calls of a sec-
ond blast a while later," Fiegel
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