Vol. 3. l-io. 5
North Carol iw School of the Arts
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A CHCRI OGRAPl'Y ‘.VO^KSHCr BY THE MODERM I- T.L
rVUORS WAS PRESEMIED '»'rDJ.€SDAY, SPPTcf'BER 2,5, I!'
Tiir, AUOITORI'JM. The prograj-i was sr^LlT nrro r.>o
FARTS? Part I, Gesture, Fa'^t !I, Imagery,
HR. Robert t-irmGRCN, Ceaij of oamce, prese'j-
ted the PROGRAfi A® !im?oDLr.co Pauline Koner, a
f'ODERN DAXE TEAOiER. MISS KoNER TALKED ABOITT
TfiE DIVERSIFICATION CF MOVEMENT. SHE 5AI0 "PiE
FirsT REALM OF COmUfllCATIOt) IS THRO'JCH. 3:i5TLT:(;,**
Ate SPOKE OF THE FOUR CATAGORIES CF 6ESTU"23 TO
3E SOCIAL, FUMCTIOriAL, RITt-IAL, A!ff. EllCT|Ot.AL.
Miss Koner told of tie vjays that these could be
EXECUTED SY THE USE OF THE BODY. /'irTER AN EXCSL-
LcffT EXPLAfJATION OF GESTURE, SHE PRESErlTED HER
DANCERS WIO ILLU5TF:ATED SUPER3LY WHAT SHE HAD
In ti:e seco® PArT *iiss Koner again appeat!-
O'; STAGE in a sleeveless BLACK LECTARr. A t; 'i
FIJLL-U;JG7>^ WRAI’-AROU’JD SKIRT TO EXPLAIN ll'A-
GERY. She STATED THAT A flOVE/JiEfJT FROM IMAGERY
IS A "MOVEHEtT f!ETAPHOR", Ai® ONE MAY RES.'CND TO
litAGES THROUGH THEIR SENSES OR PSYCOLOGICAL RE
ACTIONS, .‘.FTER ANOTHER EXCELLEt.T -'“XTI ON,
BY MISS Koner, the dancers again pcrfortjied short
SOLO PEicES .:ith Imagery as their theme.
The MODERN DANCERS SHOULD BE GIVEN MUCH
PRAISE FOR THEIR BRILLIANT PERFORflANCE. THE
GIRLS IN ROYAL DLUE V-tiECK LEOTARDS A^® FOOTLESS
TIGHTS AND THE BCYS IN BLUE FOOTLESS TIGHTS'A'®
WI.ITE TEE SHIRTS, (lAINTAINED EXCELLEfT CONCEN
TRATION Arx FOCUS T! ROUGHOUT THEIR PIECES. THE
PROGRAI-1 WAS DOME WITH COMriNIUTY AND VARIETY.
The TECHNIQUE EX' . .TED 3Y ALL PERFORMERS WAS EX
TREMELY PRECISE, CLEAN AfJD SERIOUS, ThE MUSIC
USED V,AS MOSTLY ELECTRONIC AND IN MOST CASES
THE MUSIC FIT THE WORK PERFECTLY, Tt^OUSH THE
PIECE HAD BEEN CHOREOGRAPHED BEFORE IT HAD BEEN
SET TO MUSIC.
Some studeots were impressed with the re
markable IHPROVEMEtJT IN DANCING THAT EACH INDI
VIDUAL HAD MADE. OTHER STlXiEtJTS FELT SURE THAT
THEY NEVER COULD HAVE CHOREOGRAPHED A WORK TO
EVEN TOUCH TP^T V.TIICH THEY HAD SEEN. THE VARIE
TY OF THE PROGRAM SHOULD BE COMFLIMEOTED, AS
SHOULD THE DANCERS AI® hISS KOfER. l/ITH MIXJH
THAI.’KS At® APPRECIATION FOR A DELIGHTFU. WORK
SHOP, V.'E THAfKTHE MODERN DANCE ;/*JORS AND SAY,
HUN 1 MURkAY bcN nett
JOIN DRAMA DEPARTMEN T
Ira ZucKfcrtMAt'J, dean of the School cf Drama
AT THE fJORTH CAR0LI^JA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS,
a;inou:;ces three appcinti 1:1 :ts to the drama
Miss Lesley hunt is Instructor in speech
AND actress in RESIDENCE. ROBER HURRAY IS
teaching ADVANCED ACTING ArO BODY M0VEMEt>IT FOR
ACTORS. He is ALSO TEACHING A CLASS 'IN ACTING
FOR DANCE MAJORS AND IS RESIDEfT ACTOR, TERRELL
BEtgNETT IS TEAMING SPEECH AND ACTING AND IS
MISS Hurrr, A NATIVE OF England, graduated
FROM the Rose bruford College of Speech and
Drama at Sidcup in Kent, England in~ 1956 with a
TEACHING CERTIFICATE AND BEST ACTRESS AWARD,
SHE JOINED THE LONDON CHILDRENS THEATER
C.^IPANY Arc TAUGHT IN THE YoUTH CEri'"^RS OF EAST
London before coming to New York in 1T59.
She HAS APPEARED ON BROADWAY IN "THE
VISIT," "OLIVER," "A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS,"
"Philadelphia, Here I cor^E" and "The Loves 0 f
She was in the NATioriAL Company of "Duel of
Angels" a® appeared at Yale university in
"Scenes from Shakespeare.
Off-broadway roues have been in "The Waters
of Babylon," "Riders to the sea" and "Eh."
She has had television roles on the Barbara
Stanhych Show, Squad Car, Juvenile Court, Day in
Court At® Halu.iark*s "Soldier in Love."
BEFORE coming TO W|11ST0M -SALEM, SHE TAUGHT
voice At® SPEECH AT THE RAPHAEL KELLY ST'JDIO FOR
Robert Murray has had 10 years op
EXPERIENCE IN THE PROFESSIONAL THEATER AS ACTOR,
DIRECTOR, CHOREOGRAPHER AND PRODUCTION STAGE-
He was PRODUCTION STAGE-MANAGER FOR T>1E
BROADWAY PRODUCTION OF "LUV" AND WAS UNDERSTUDY
FOR THE LEADItJG ROLE. HE APPEARED IN BROADWAY
A MEMORIAL SERVICE WAS HELD AT THREE ?,M,
ViEDfJESDAY AT WAIT CHAPEL ON THE WAKE FOREST
r^'^pvs For> OR. Penny Cage, dr. cage died subday
MC'riT FOV A YEAR LONG ILLNESS OF CANCER,
Dr. Cage taught political science here at
THE North Carolina school of the Arts. She
REUTED her class MATERIAL TO THE STUDENTS AND
THEIR NEEDS, FOR SHE WAtJTED THEM TO KriC.v MOW TO
LIVE IN WORLDS DIFFERENT FROM THEIR OWN.
DR. CAGE HAD AMAZIf'IG STRE^JGTH WHICH NEVER
DWimLED. DURlrfi HER ORDEAL WITH CANCER SHE
NEVER GAVE UP. EVEN UST 1/^EK SHE WAS PLANNING
FOR THIS YEAR’S POLITICAL SCIENCE CLASSES.
Those who love Dr. Cage will not lose them
selves IN mourning her death, for they WJOIV THIS
WOULD GRIEVE HER. SflE LEFT WITH THEM HER OWN
COURAGEOUS SPIRIT Vfr!|CH STRENGTHENS THEM IN TIME
It is REQUESTED THAT INSTEAD OF FLOWERS A
COWTRIClfriON BE MADE IN THE NAME OF DR, CAGE TO
THE BokftWN Gray SaiooL of Medicine,
PRODXTIONS OF "CARNIVAL" AND "JENNIE,"
On TELEVISION, HE APPEARED IN HALLMARK’S
"Cyrano de Gergerac," At® on The Garry Moore
Show, The Nurses and Mr. Broadway.
Murray maintained his won acting studio in
New York, where he taught and coached beginners
AND PROFESSIONALS IN CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY
acting At® MUSICAL COMEDY.
He has a B. s. DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY FROM
Florida state University at Tallahasee. he has
stujIed acting with Uta Hagen at the Herbert
BERGHOF STU3I0S AND ACTING AND DIRECTING WITH
Harold Cluman at the Stella Adler studio.
He also STU5IED AT THE AMERICAN MUSICAL AND
Drama Academy and has taught Ar® studied at the
MATT Mattox school of dance in New York,
He has had training at the Circle in the
SQUARE School, Ballet Theater School and the
June Taylor School, au in New York. He has
worked in repertory theater with the Studio
Arena Theater in Buffalo, N.Y,
Terrell Bennett has spent the past eight
YEARS IN professional REPETORY THEATER. HE HAS
ACTI ED AT THE PITTSBURGH PLAYHOUSE ANC THE
Academy Theater in Atlanta, ga. For the past
TWO vears, he was A PERMANENT MEMBER OF THE
Theater Atlanta Repertory Company.
He taught acting and speech with the Theater
Atlaota Conservatory of Theater and directed the
CONSERVATORY’S STUDENT COMPANY,
He STUDIED AT CARrEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECHNO
LOGY IN PITTSBURGH AND ACADEMY THEATER SCHOOL IN
The DRAMA DEPARTMENT’S FIRST PRODUCTION OF
THE SCHOQ.YEAR WILL BE OLIVER GOLDSMITH'S "SHE
Stoops to Conouer." It will be directed by
Dolores Ferraro, Associate Director of the drama
DEPARTMENT AND WILL BE PRE'='-'‘TED ON ftoV, 22, 2J,
24, 26, 27, 29, 30 AND Dec. I.
Trampoline instruction will be offered to
ALL lOTERESTED STUDENTS EACH WEDtCSDAY AT 12:00
NOON, ACCORDING TO MR. ROBERT HYATT, DEAN OF
Also, STUDEfJTs will again be able to swim
AT THE YWCA ON Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m.
Transportation will be provided, high school
Music studeots are reminded that physical educa-
TION CREDIT IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS ACTIVITY.
Here it is, what you»ve all been waiting so
EAGERLY FOR (YOU DON’T HAVE TO BELIEVE THAT UST
PART IF YOU DON'T WANT TO) OUR BALLOT FOR PRESI
DENT OF THE United States.
DEfiocRATic National Party.,,,,.,,Hubert Humphrey
Republican National Party.......Richard m. Nixon
Yoi/th International Party Pigasus (The Pig)
V^E’LL ALSO have WRITE-INS AND WL’LL TELL
you next week HOW AND WHEN TO VOTE.