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Tuesday, March 9, 1971
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The Carolina Haycilsrf frcductten
of "Woyzeck" is 025 cf 10 ccHratt ;
plays in the United SisUf'f&cUd.for .
presentation zt ' the Ansrlcia CcZzzt -Theatre
Festival at Ford V Theatre ia
Washington, D.C. - 7
SJtfoyzeck will be, presented by the .
Flaypakers in the nation's cspltxi Mitch--29-30.
The announcement waixiade by-V
the American College Theatre Festival
Selection Committee, -
Directed by Bruno Koch cf tis UNC
Dramatic Art faculty, r'eytsck'
received critical praise from several area ;
critics when it was presented In Chapel .
Hill Dec. 8-13. Koch provided the new ;
English translation of the Georg Buchner ;
play which "lays bare the human .
condition with extraordinary simplicity,.
. The fact that Woyzeck was selected
does attest to the kind of work: that we,
are doing, hopefully ; prores2ively
oriented and geared towari-excellence;" :
Koch said. "I hope it brings us new'
friends and makes old .friendships.;
warmer. . ' . '
;"Wc have a good reputation.
Morrison": ResMehceylColiel-. is
beginning .an "academic,-' counseling'
service" to' be cdndue4 cfi.yecsiijr;
and Thursday, 79 psn ;.; V
Four Morrison faculty advisers will be!
in 153 Morrison each; week; to answer
"any academic questions ; or problems"
said the college's Academic; Lt. Gov. Joe
Grier. ' "A-'
"This program; suppisments ' our
existing advisory program, in which
psychology graduate studgntswill be jh
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reaffirms this reputation, Koch
T derive a great deal of satisfaction
' that a bold and audacious choice for
entering the Festival ultimately won. We
did not choose the easy thing. We
resorted to the unusual and the true
challenge and in that sense, it is gratifying
that this sort of attempt was honored,
Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson said, 'T
. am' greatly pleased that the University
- Department of Dramatic Art and The
; Carolina Haymakers have been so highly
honored. National recognition of the
. leadership of the Haymakers in the
college theatre world is in keeping with
the distinction which has characterized
the works of the Haymakers for more
than 50 years.
Dr. Thomas Patterson, acting chairman
. of the UNC Dramatic Art Department,
called the selection "quite a feather in
. our cap. This is the highest honor a
collegiate theatre company can receive.'
In a telegram to the Haymakers,
Fourth District Congressman Nick
Galifianakis said, "As North Carolinians
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long aware of the quality of UNCs drama
department, we were not surprised to
elarn of this most recent honor. My staff
and I are proud of your recognition and
delighted that we shall have the
opportunity to see your production of
Woyzeck' when you appear at the '
American College Theatre Festival."
"Woyzeck" was nominated for the
national festival from the 10-state
southeast region following competition
last month in Abbeville, S.C.
The Haymakers production wss one
of 239 university theatre productions
entered in the American College Theatre
Festival. The southeast region submitted
more entries," 35, than any of the 13
regions. North Carolina entered 1 1 plays,
second highest in the country after
The sets for the interpretation of
"Woyzeck' were designed by Gordon
Pearlman. Costumes were designed by
Mary E. Da is. The music was composed
and directed by Paul Andre Christ ianson.
The cast includes Skip Lefler as
Woyzeck, Homer Foil as the Captain,
Tommy Cherry as Andres, M argot
that students won't have to wait for '
"Regular advisors are often too busy
and they don't have the time to listen to
individual problems," he said.
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Starring HELMUT BERGER
stamng Abrasively contemporary!
BEST ACTOR (JACK NICHOLSON)
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Corrigan as Marie, Michael Besuick as the
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Other players are Jim Greenwood as
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The American College Theatre Festival
is presented by the John F. Kennedy
Center for the Performing Arts in
Washington, D.C, and the Smithsonian
Institution and is produced by the
American Educational Theatre
Association (AETA) in Washington. It is
sponsored by American Airlines,
American Express and American Oil
Director Koch use' screens and
projections to aid in depicting the
frustrating events of Woyzeck's life from
the carnival side show to his act of
Koch is a native of Dortmund,
Germany. He received his professional
training at the Academy and School of
Dramatic Arts Hertha Genzmer in
He has been
for half a century.
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