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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DEVOTED TO CAREER:
Nell Burside Gives Advice on Acting

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People who are truly devoted to
a profession seem to radiate its
atmosphere.
This is a quality more true of
actors and actresses than most
people, especially exuberant young
actresses. Such a person is the
ethereal Nell Burnside of the
Dramatic Arts Center.
Her red hair flowing almost to
her waist, she walked with the
grace of a dancer into the dressing
room and sat down in the midst
of costumes, make-ups and props
to talk about her career.
Act and Act and Act
"The only way to be an actress
is Just to act and act and act,"
she began in her charming,.enun-
ciated speech. "The audience is
the best school; one performance
can tell you more than any class.
Audience reaction is vitally im-
portant."
She continued speaking with an
intonation in her voice which
sounded almost European.
"The ideal actress has a double
awareness; she must understand
herself in reality and in character.
Both have a direct relation to the
audience."
"My career Just emerged," she
recalled. "It is something I've
always wanted." In a few short
years Miss Burnside, currently ap-
pearing in "The Inheritors" has
played many diversified roles.
Began with Lessons
Her experience began with pri-
vate dramatic lessons in Cincin-
nati where she made her debut.
She appeared in an off-Broadway
theater in "Thesmaphoriazuae"
and "Francesca da Rimini."
The young performer also spent
two summers acting with the
Shakespearian Festival at Antioch
College appearing as Perdida in
"Winter's Tale," Phoebe in "As
You Like It," and Diana in "All's
Well That Ends Well," among
others.
It was here that she met her
husband, Ralph Drischell, who is
a well-known actor with the DAC.

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SWINGING ACTRESS-Nell Burnside pantomimes a scene from
the recent D.A.C. production, "The Inheritors.".

"Shakespeare," she commented,
"should be part of every actresses
classical training."
Joined DAC
Miss Burnside joined the Dra-
matic Arts Center this season and
made her Ann Arbor debut in
"Captain Carvallo." She then
played the daughter in August
Strindberg's "The Father" and is
enacting an entirely new sort of
role in Susan Glaspell's "The In-
heritors."
As the main character she is a
college coed of the 1920's whom
she types as a "modern Saint
Joan," she becomes the chief cru-
sader for a free India inflaming
the college community.

Miss Burnside will undergo dras-
tic personality changes in her next
play "Topaze" by Marcel Pagnool
as she will portray a femme
fatale.
Flexible as Possible
"Each characterization has
given me something," she said
reflectively. "I want to be just
as flexible as possible. A good
actress must be able to play every
sort of part.
"You start with yourself and
then project entirely into another
personality," she explained, "I just
want to keep on working," she
smiled, swinging her tennis racket
as she began to pantomime a scene
from "The Inheritors."

PERSONAL
SAM: Cancel my Gargoyle subscription.
I'm buying rah rah, the new off-
Campus humor magazine. H. H. )F77
WILL YOUR X'mas gifts be remem-
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Brief" written by Curt Shellman was
marked Earl Jean Prahl. )M2
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WAB.
Ballet Club, meeting, 7 p.m., begin-
nerp, 7:50 p.m., advanced, Barbour Gym.
* * *.
Generation, meeting and Ensian Pic-
ture, 7:30 p.m., Student Publications
Bldg.
Hillel, Advanced Hebrew Class, 7:30
p.m., Hillel.

DIAL NO 2-25 13
ENDING TONIGHT
Winner of
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for 1956!
THE GREATEST TRUE ADVENTURE
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"BRIGADOON"

Hillel, social committee meeting, 4
p.m., Hillel.
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NAACP, meeting, 7:30 p.m., Union.
* * *
Undergraduate Math Club, meeting,
7:30 p.m., 3201 Angell Hall.
Congregational and Disciples Stu-
dent Guild, mid-week tea, 4:30-6 p.m.,
Guild House.
" . .
Lutheran Student Association, ves-
per service, 9:30 p.m., Wednesday, Cha-
pel.
Physics Club, meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, 2038 Randall, speaker: Dr.
Hecht, "The Analysis of High Resolu-
tion Molecular Spectra."
Industrial Relations Club, meeting,
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Business Admin
istration Lounge, speaker: Mr. Blue-
stone, "Labor Objectives in the Next
Ten Years."
* * *
Ullr Ski Club, meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, Union.
* * *
Michigan Union, University Affairs
Committee meeting, 2-5 .p.m., Student
Offices .Men interested in being orien-
tation leaders for the spring semester
may sign up in the student offices from
2-5 p.m.

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AIR FLIGHT to EUROPE
LEAVES June 24th and
RETURNS September 4th
Pro-rata shares approximately $300
ON SALE AT THE
MICHIGAN UNION STUDENT OFFICES
Every Monday and Tuesday 2-5 P.M.
Information available Monday-Friday 2-5 P.M.

What this Campus Needs
is an OFF-CAMPUS
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AND HERE IT IS!
On Sale December 12

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