North Carolina Newspapers

    VoL. II, Ho. 13
“PATIENCE” PRODUCED AND BROADCAST
and'it dotes ft
was well chosen and did superb
mention any one member of the cast ^e ng b^ter
than another, for they ^re a l so fine.
Bunn as Patience and Cordelia Jones as
clem- and skillful performances that were delig
fit„“ p'S' •'» >>7
liffhtful and most amusing to watch. I he imm
E G,n. .»d Frances Ftah were amoj th J.gh
snots of the evening with their clever and well done
dmloeue and humorous songs. (Eemeinber Fish an
thf cdlo ?) Also outstanding in their performance were
the tC officers of the Dragoon Guards: Colonel C«l-
verlv Dorothy Bunn; Major Murgatroyd, Barbara
Raityf and Lent., the Duke of Dunstable Virginia
Trotter; and those delicate lovesick and PO^fio
Helen Kendrick and Virginia Smith. Hot o y
Princinals were excellent, however, but also tdo two
Jhorusi : the Dragoon Guards and the f f
ens They furnished an admirable and beautiiul bacK
Sounfforthe action of .the opera. Their acDon was
well carried out and their singing lovely. And Mary
Kistler as the silent solicitor with the ■
The Glee Club should he even moie
mended for the broadcast, however—not a case k^
fright” among them in their first ,4h ™dth
castina- The whole thing was carried through witn
great ease and grace. Yes the Glee Club m cer am y
to be highly praised for their performance, foi as a
duck takfs to water, so did they take to
on Sunday the twenty-sixth of March P®H°.
ance (or is a broadcast a performance?) was held in the
auditorium from eight o’clock to quarter, past nine, the
SnSm-ew froin MPTF P^f.^^^f th
for sound. The chorus was grouped at the back ot the
stap-P with a tall microphone especially for them. i
for the technical ciew to loiiow. „ . j xjj.g_
rr-s nS; Shi. fh,^
nouncer. Hext to him was a larger on w^ch were
a number of curious contraptions necessary “ ho
casting, whose names are known only to *444st
handled them. Mr. Wallace produced fte ^^^^rds’
and a radio technician twirled the dials of the cent
The performance went off beautifully; although t eie
BELLES^
OF SAINT MARY’S
kaleigh, hoeth caeoliha
March 31, 1939
were a few tense moments for those present, when Fish
Sed ovlr the cup of water and Kay dropped her hook
Ld when Patience and Grosvenor changed parts, foi
instance .^ne^ and his Glee Club deserve many thanks
for giving us these two enjoyable performances and for
the immense amount of work they put into it all.
SAINT MARY’S WINS CAROUNA PLAYMAKERS’
PUAQUE
Amids. squeal, ot delight, (ri*
joy, .received the plaque from rtu/M^oeh for vvm
oiuff the Play Production Contest for Junior ’j^oiieges
oSantog“n the’ eSt were Joyce P?'“H ““J P?“‘“
w“£o„ but the entire east: H.k
Marietta Allen, and Sally Wright m witches, fclty
Bell Mary ™s.beth Xa.h Carolyn Nor^^^^^^^
wT„ifTnlfa*Bo'; “'phyS Ga^^^
Elvira Cheatham, Mary Guy Boyd, an
man as Trees, and Theresa Anderson who read the pro
h,rpatfent andTeipfnl movement direction.
5IARSHAUS announced
Elections,of the ^Si^t
Saint Mary’s were chief Marshal; and
itr BrorksT'pVlis Gatling Laura Gordon, and
^'‘Buteh^"i?frorEirhn!^nd, Va. With her pep and
vitality she has helped eji-r the --
than once fX?lir‘from Windsor" H. C., is a’member
SThe'sigina Lambda literary °^i^"c.!"h^
sTgmi Lambda literary society. She gjJJ field'’w"va!
These five girls, elected because of their poise, popu-
laiEy aiM leadership, will begin their marshaling duties
on Easter Morning.
    

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