Vol. 3, No. 26
North Carolina School of the Arts
March 24, 1969
LIBRARY FINES CANCELLED FRIDAY
Studio Workshop Two will b e
presented by the drama department of
the North Carolina School of the
Arts at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday; and Wed
nesday, March 25 and 26. The pro
gram will be three one-act plays.
Invitation cards have been
mailed to a list of people who have
shown interest in the work of the
drama department. Although these
are not public performances, reser
vations will be made for those re
questing them. There is no charge.
The three plays to be given are
"The Strangest Kind of Romance" by
Tennessee Williams, "The Marriage
Proposal" by Anton Chekhov and
"Dutchman" by LeRoi Jones.
Those attending will be invited
to stay for a discussion of "Dutch
man" following the performance,which
is recommended for mature audiences.
The play received the Village Voicefe
Obie Award shortly after it was pro
duced off-Broadway in New York on
March 24, 1964.
"Dutchman" is directed by Do
lores Ferraro, associate director of
the drama department. The other two
plays are directed by James Green
wood of Charlotte, a college senior.
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March 25 - 8:15 P.M.—NCSA Drama De-
(Tuesday) partment: Drama Workshop
#2; public invited. North
Carolina School of the
Arts theatre, Waughtown
March 26 - 11:00 A.M.—Film, Macbeth
March 28 - 2:30 P.M.—Salem Academy:
(Fr-iday) SALEM ACADEMY GLEE CLUB
concert. Fine Arts Cen
ter, Hanes Auditorium.
March 29 - 1:00 P.M.—Horseback Rid-
March 30 - 1:00 P.M.—Bowling
hy Kathy Fitzgerald
About a week ago, seven stu
dents from the School spent an eve
ning at close-quarters with the Win
ston-Salem Police Force—voluntarily
of course—the students were invited
to a discussion by the policemen who
are members of Mrs. Sugg's sociology
class at the Police Academy.
We were given a tour of the
building, including a look at the
most-wanted criminals' pictures at
the Force's pool tables, and a brief
explanation of the Winston-Salem po
liceman's daily grind.
At the meeting which followed,
we were pleasantly surprised to find
that the Force admires this school's
students and activities and that the
only complaint from the city have
come from our friends, the truck
drivers, across from us on Waughtown
St. ("Kissin' in the bushes, of
Everything from the length of
Lynn Bernhardt's hair, to racial
conflicts in the city, to drug usage
was discussed, we found the police
men to be very open-minded, fond of
youth, and lacking the usual local
One particularly charming
gentleman, who has been on the Force
for over twenty years, noted in
closing that despite the differences
in its expression, we have a mutual
aim—to perform a valuable service
to our communities.
We left in a noisy, back-thum-
ping, hand-pumping atmosphere of
trust and friendship with admoni
tions to call on any of them for
help at any time.
Tell them you're a friend of
the Instruction Sargeant.
Friday, March 28, has been de
clared "No-fines day" by Mr. William
D. Van Hoven, Librarian, at the
School of the Arts. On this day all
fines, no matter how large, will be
cancelled on over-due materials re
turned to the library. In addition,
fines will be dropped if the materi
als have already been turned in but
the fines not yet paid. However,
lost books, music, etc. must be paid
for or replaced.
To aid in the once-in-a-life-
time opportunity,boxes will be plac
ed in front of the library, at the
practice rooms, and in the dorms for
students to return materials. It is
hoped that a portion of the large
number of missing books, records,
and music will be returned during
the "one-day campaign."
I.D/ S PLEASE !!
hy Tom Cavano
The Dutchman, the third show in
the Drama Studio Productions, has
come under censorship by Mr. Ward.
As a result students under 16 will
be asked to leave the studio work
shop production after the second one
act play. The Marriage Proposal. I.
D.'s will be checked at the door by
This entertaining event will be
presented Tuesday, March 25th, and
Wednesday, March 26th.
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