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The Comedy of Errors

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From the program: "Hear Ye, Hear Ye! -- This marks the opening of the New College Theatre. Don't miss this colorful, laughable production of the COMEDY OF ERRORS. Entrance on Idaho Street. Ticket Prices: Students - $0.65; Adults $1.25, tax included." Cast: Judy Davidson (Luce); Max McLain (Pinch); Joe McDonnal (Vegetable Man); Two Nuns: Jacqueline Greene, Marlyn Strange; Reis Leming (Priest); Bob Moore (Officer); Carmen Greenstreet (Courtezan); Lee Snider (Aegeon); Bob Matlock (Duke of Salimis); Rod Bunnell (Officer); Bill Strange (Merchant from Syracuse); Carl Habenstreit (Antipholus of Syracuse); John Van House (Dromio of Syracuse); Nancy De Puy (Adriana); Gloria Gleason (Luciana); Bob McDonald (Dromio of Ephesus); Jack Fitzgerald (Antipholus of Ephesus); Bob Aug (Angelo, a goldsmith); Bob Peirce (Merchant bound for Persia); Virginia Baker (Abbess); Villagers: Paul Hoerlin, George Simson, Barbara Wells, Jacqueline Greene, Marlyn Strange, Reis Leming Asst. Director: Nancy Turner; Assts.: Caroline Orris, Marjory Young; Business Manager: Kari Bond; Publicity: Jacqueline Greene; Promptress: Carol Comer; Electrician: Elsworth Turgeon; Makeup: Muriel Shidell; Costume Mistress: Dorothy Howay; Fencing Instructor: Charles Talbot; Set executed by: Play Production Classes 52 and 56; Costumes executed by: Joe McDonnall, Betty Jean Tongue, Carolyn Welch, Henry Hammock, Joyce Francis, Louise Forsyth

Production Year

1949-1950

Production Decades

1940-1949

Playwright

William Shakespeare

Director

Rod Alexander

Set Design

Leonard Breger

Costume Design

Helen Breger

Props Design

Gay Selak, Rhea Riehl

Sound Design

Betty Jean Tongue

Stage Manager

Nancy Turner

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Gloria Gleason, Reis Leming

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