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March 17, 1967
85 Audition for Dance
On March 10 and 11 the Dance
Department held auditions for
dancers wishing to enter NCSA for
the school year '67-'68. The
audition consisted of a 45 minute
class of about twelve dancers in
each class. About eighty-five
dancers auditioned ranging from
the ages of nine to nineteen.
Of the^e eighty-five, twelve to
fourteen boys tried out in either
Ballet or Modern. The judges
.were Robert Lindgren, dean of dance,
'Sonia TyvenDuncan Noble, and
Peter van Muyden guest teacher
for the faculty. The dancers
came from as far away as Miami,
Florida, and Tacoma, Washington.
(con’t. from pg.l)
The speakers, in order of appearance,
are WilliamlS. Green of the School
of the Arts; David Hodley, James
P. Barefj.eldj and Dr. David
Smiley of th6 history department
of Wake Forest College; Dean
Edwin G. Wilson, dean of Arts and
Sciences at Wake Forest; and
Dr. Robert Rosthal, of the depart-
ment of philosophy at U.N.C.-G.
I want to ma^e a tree.
A tree, you ask of me?
Why don't you see?
A tree that's free.
Free from weight, burden,care.
Free to drink the sun and air.
I'll make it fair-
I'11 make a pair.
The roots narrow, thin in size
They will grow shallow so tree may
If breeze of lies
Blow from the skies Cathie Wheeler
SUMMER JOBS FOR DRAMA STUDENTS
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Exceptions were Sally Hogg, who
will work as assistant production
manager and box office manager for
the Eagle's Mere Playhouse in Penn.,
and Andy Woojd, who has been offered
a position as a journeyman at the
Barter Theater in Abingdon,Va.
Bill Parish, Michael Weisman,and
Margie Perkins will be in technical
theater, and Nancy Kenestrick and
Jimmy Greenwood will be acting at
Manteo, North Carolina.
The age requirements for
application to Siepa have been
broadened to include students
who are in the current Junior
Class in high school, for orchestral
Miss Isenberg said this today,
concerning the progress of prepara
tions for the session:
'^We would like to suggest that
those of you who have an oppor
tunity to participate in some other
summer program, might be wise to
complete those plans, rather than
wait for Siena acceptance. The
deadline for applications has, of
necessity, been extended to April
15, and the^e. will be more audi
tions May 6 and 7. Therefore,
we will not be able to notify you
of acceptance before the middle of
May. We regret that our plans have
had to be revised. We know that
every NCSA student understands our
Below is a list of the Siena
Summer Schoql faculty members and
their fields: \ "■
Piano Olegtia Fuschi
Voice Rose Bampton
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(con't from '^g.2)
Children are greatly under
estimated in their powers to as
similate art, especially music.
Though they may not appreciate
great works on the same plane as
the more mature listener, it is
often the more obstruse classical
works which appeal to them over
the lighter works. Out of a pro
gram consisting of Mozatrt's Figaro,
Handel's Karp concerto, Menotti's
Suite from Amahl and the Night
\isitors. Anderson's Syncopated
Clock, Chaikowsky's Waltz of the
Flowers, Thompson's The Alligator
and the Coon, audience reactions
indicated clearly that they prefer
red the Mozart, the Handel and »^he
Chaikowsky works.We have learned
that children receive good music
honestly, and tiiey are good list
eners. It is a pleasure to play
Happiness is seeing Mr. Rush and
Mr. Stewart being interviewed on TV.