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The Young Idea

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Performed at the Whitman College Auditorium, April 1-2, 1937, by the Dramatic Club of Whitman College, Member of the National Theatre Conference of America. Cast: Floyd Fitzpatrick (George Brent); Jean Morgan (Gerda); James Phillips (Sholto); Mary Westwood (Jennifer); Virginia Davenport (Cicely); Gretchen Darling (Pricilla Hartleberry); William Fairbank (Claud Eccles); Faith Craig (Julia Craigworthy); David McFadden (Eustace Dabbit); Mary Crooks (Sibyl Blaith); Dick Zwicker (Rodney Masters); Harvey Frazier (Huddle); Ted Best (Hiram J. Walkin); Margaret Johnston (Maria) Business Manager: Nyal Grady; Ticket Sales: Margaret Smith; Seat Sales: Barbara Hughes, Loyal Smith; Publicity: Emma Jane Kirsch; Publicity Assts.: Ted Best, David Sutherland, Bill Pugh, June King, Mary Anna Meglasson, Murray Taggart, Ross Reid, Bill Mantz; Ushering: Jeanette Kiefer; Ushering Assts.: Marietta Davis, Mary Delia Hatfield, Helen Rasmussen, June King; Asst. Stage Managers: Henry Freeman, Austin Maxon, Byron Shirrod, Dick Hull, Chester Henderson, Dick Winstead, Stewart Butler, Carl Hendrickson, Jane Davenport, Bobbie Sandoz; Properties Assts.: Helen Waldron, Mary Ellen Wilson, Gail Klingberg, Eunice Seaton; Make-up: Norman Kelly; Make-up Assts.: Dorothy Jane Marsh, Patricia Sweeney, Katherine Mahaffey, Elizabeth Storie; Electrician: John Ritter

Production Year

1936-1937

Production Decades

1930-1939

Playwright

Noel Coward

Director

Mrs. W. R. Davis

Costume Design

Elizabeth Haughawaut, Jeanette Sears

Props Design

Ruth VanPatton

Stage Manager

Elmer Tracy

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James Phillips, Jean Morgan

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