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Oklahoma!

Oklahoma!

Guy S. Little, Jr. Presents "

8R CE 'IAR ELL in "0 L o

August 13 - August 25, 1968

Guv S. Little, Jr.

PRESENTS

BRUCE YARNELL

in

OKLAI-IOMAI

Music by RICHARD RODGERS
Book and lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd

BaJea on Lynn 1{;gg. J

"GREEN GROW THE LlLArs"

AJ Originally Produced by

The Theatre Guild

with

MARY LYNN KOlAS

ROBERT GWALTNEY JOHN KELSO JANE McDONOUGH

RALPH FOODY DEBORAH WOOD BILL HADDAD

DIRECTED BY CHAUNCE CONKLIN

CHOREOGRAPHED BY DEBORAH \VOOD

Musical Direction by ROBERT MOREEN

PRODUCTION DESIGNED by ROBERT D. SOULE

Costumes by JEAN V/EBSTER

Production Stage Manager Technical Director
BARBARA DILKER FREDRICK LEE OLSON

CAST

Aunt Eller . . . . . . . . . . .. JANE McDONOUGH

Curly BRUCE YARNELL

Laurey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. MARY LYNN KOLAS

Ike Skidmore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . WILLIAM ARTHUR

Slim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. GREGG STUMP

Will Parker. . , JOHN KELSO

Jud Fry ................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. RALPH FOODY

Ado Annie Carnes . . . . . . . . .. SUE LE BEAU

Ali Hakim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ROBERT GWALTNEY

Gertie Cummings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . DIANE SLEEK

Andrew Carnes . '. BILL HADDAD

Cord Elam . . . . . . . . . . . .. CARL GOODWIN

Townspeople: LOIS CARLSON, SHARI BAUHS, LINDA HUTSON, JEANNE REYNOLDS,
CINDY STROHACKER, MARY LOU WESTERFIELD, LARRY BREEDING, GIL
FISCHER, NEIL FLECKMAN, DAVE HARDIN, TOM HASTINGS, SONNY
KNIGHT, DARYL WAGNER, JOHN WALKER, VANESSA LITTLE

ORCHESTRA: Robert Moreen and Mike Bates, Pianos; Michael Garrett, Percussion;

Jack Henry, Bass.

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You Dreamed WELCOME!
"The Impossible Dream"
-Keep Dreaming TO THE TWELFTH SEASON

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Although Vivian Vance starring in The MaT-
LITTLE THEATRE ON ITS 12th riage-Go-Round on May 25th marks the first
show of the 1968 spring-summer-fall season at
SEASON The Little Theatre-On The Square. this pro-
duction will be the ninth opening for producer
.~,;;;~~.~.~i~:::;p.~~1r1 Guy S. Little. Jr. this year. Immediately after
presenting Rosemary Prinz in A Girl Could Get
ohn's' Lucky in December-January in Sullivan, Mr.
harmacy Little left for Phoenix, Arizona where he was
engaged as producer for the 21st season at the
JOHN BARLOW, R. Ph. famous Sombrero Playhouse. While in Phoenix,
Mr. Little presented Howard Keel. Ray Walston.
Cafe &Tavern Kathryn Crosby, Mildred Natwick. Cornelia Otis
Skinner and other greats of American show
business in addition to Ann Sothern. Robert
Cummings and Vivian Vance...all who will
appear in Sullivan this season. M r. Li ttle
returned to Sullivan in time to remodel the
balcony of the theatre, removing the old pro-
jection booth and elevating the seats: and in-
stalling a new curved stage curtain-all to
celebrate the opening of the 12th season in
Sullivan.

Long before Mr. Little opened the Grand
Theatre back in 1957. he hoped and planned
that someday he would have a theatre where
musicals and plays could be presented. He got
his first job in professional theatre as an ap-
prentice at the Keene, New Hampshire Summer
Theatre in 1951 and worked the two following
summers at the Gateway Musical Playhouse near
Atlantic City.

After graduation from the University of
Miami, Mr. Little took graduate courses at
Columbia University and The American Theatre
Wing before returning to central Illinois in the
spring of 1957 to Jook for a theatre location.

Not having success locating a suitable theatre
in any of the larger cities in downstate Illi-
nois, Mr. Little decided to lease the movie
house in his native Sullivan. Since the opening
of Brjgadoon on July 3. 1957. Mr. Little has
presented 112 major productions-both plays
and m4sicals-featuring many outstanding stars
and supporting casts from Broadway. Hollywood,
TV and Opera. The first season ran nine
weeks and had an attendance of 8.000. The
Little Theatre-On The Square was open lor
twenty-four weeks last year and had an at-
tendance of 80,000. . . .a most gratifying in-
orease! The Little Theatre-On The Square also
has a Children's Theatre which presents pro-
ductions for young audiences on Saturdays dur-
in/( late June. July and Au/(ust. Mr. Little
strongly believes that stock should be a prov-
ing-ground and workshop for young talent to
develop as actors-singers-dancers and technicians.
Thirty outstanding apprentices are accepted each
year from over 100 applicants; these young stu-
dents who have come from most. every state

• STEAKS • SEA FOOD
• CHICKEN • BAR-B-Q RIBS
• CATFISH • SPAGHETTI

ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE 1967 SEASON

DRINK WITH EACH MEAL Mrs. Ruth Abbott Dr. & Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. Don Ackerman Alwerdt
Closed Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Genevieve Adams
CALL Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Whitney Ames

644-9603 Adelman Mr. & Mrs. Claude
Dr. & Mrs. E. E. Anderson
Route 32 STRASBURG
Aikman John A. Anderson
Mrs. Leonard Albert E. R. Anselm
Leonard Albert Jane I\ntle
M-s. W. G. Alexander Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Antle
Mr. & Mrs. Ernie Allen George Arthur
Mrs. Stanley Ashby
Mrs. Raloh Allen
Mr. & Mrs. Jay Allred Jack Asher
Elsip B. Alpers Ayars State Bank

Aylco Chemical Co.

Producer Guy S. Little, Jr. MOTEL
MILROY
in the country, learn every phase of thea tre
operation while they are workin~ towards mem- Phone 728-711 3
bership in Equity. the actor's union. After Routes 121 and 32
experiente in SullIvan, many have ~one on to
successful careers on Broadway anO TV. Air Conditioned

In addition to his productions in Sullivan. SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS
Mr. Little managed the Piccolo Playhouse in
Joliet and has had touring productions that have Gauger
played leasing theatres in MichiJ{an, Ohio, Lumber Co.
Colorado, Connecticut and New York. Mr. Little
works year around bookinJit outstanding stars
such as June Allyson, Dennis Weaver. John
Payne, Margaret O'Brien, Julia Meade, Linda
Darnell, Marie Wilson, Eddie Bracken, Joe E.
Brown, Margaret Truman, Cesar Romero, Mer-
cedes McCambridRe. Andy Devine, Gardner Mc-
Kay, Alan Young and Carl Bet•.

Mr. Little has directed many of the product-
ions, designed and built the scenery. and has
appeared in many of the shows. His favorite
roles include Mr. Snow in Carousel, Lt. Cable in
South Pacific and Kenneth in CaIl Me Madam.

Guy met his wife, Jerili, when they were both
studying theatre at the University of Miami.
Jerili has starred in many productions in Sul-
livan and on tour and has established a £01-
lowin~ wherever she has performed. The Littles
have been married fourteen years and have two
children, Vanessa, age twelve and Sean, age
six. Both children have been active in the Sul-
livan productions.

The operation of a star theatre for twelve
years in a town with a population of less than
4,000 has been called "the miracle of Sullivan"
by theatre historians. Guy S. Little, Jr. I(rate-
fully salute. the faithful central Illinois audi-
ences who have patronized The Little Theatre-
On The Square since 1957.

TICKET SUBSCRIBERS Sullivan, illinois

Fred D. Bachman Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. 'Everythi'ng to Build Anything'
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Mrs. Carl C. Baer Hildreth Barnes
Richard Bailey Mr. & Mrs. J. P.
Dorothy Baker
Joyce Baker Barrick
Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Baker, Mr. John Bash
Marjorie Bathe
Jr. Mrs. Madl(e Bauer
Lucie Baker Mr. & Mrs. Dale M.
Mrs. Ruth Baker
Forrest Ball Bayles
Edward N. Ballard Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Beals
Mrs. E. R. Bean
(Listing continued
on foIlowing pages)

After the Show, Meet the Cast
at

Jibby's

5he Spot Jor Jun

STEAKS - PIZZA
SANDWICHES and DRINKS

ONE BLOCK NORTH OF SQUARE

THE EWING HOUSE

A VI'CTORIAN HOME
AUTHENTICALLY

FURNISHED IN THE
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10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Adults $1.00 - Children 50c

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Antiques displayed in AND A NEW FEATURE
charming old bam Exhibiting Painting and
atmosphere
Jonat-han Creek Ceramics in our Old

Art Galler Railroad Depot

IN THE DARK Our Thanks
ABOUT And Congratulations
To The
THE LATEST
THING? Little Theatre· On The
Square
we aren't!
for its
oome look.
we're open every Outstanding Contributions
nite except
Sun. and Mon. to our community

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Edie
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AND LAUNDRY Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Robert Edwards
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COLD STORAGE Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Emel
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R. Brandes C. Robert Gambrel
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Mr. & Mrs. Paul

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Mr. & Mrs. Dick Brown
Everett Brown Dr. & Mrs. James
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Martha Brown Mrs. I. M. Gaunt
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Ray Buzzard Frances A. Goodwine
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Mrs. David T. Coslet J udRe Harry Hannah
Mrs. Theresa Couch L. J. Hannapel
Mrs. Edward Coval Mrs. Beulah Harbarger

Lois Cox Mrs. Wendell Harman
Mrs. Allen Crable Mrs. Lloyd Harris

Mr. & Mrs. Lester Herbert Hart

Creek Mr. and Mrs. James

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Cresswell Dr. C. F. Hausseman

William Cromer Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Ralph Crutcher Harvey

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Cummings Dr. L. W. Heim

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Robert Darst Ted Helbig

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Doretha Mae Davis Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Henry
Fred N. Dav
Mrs E. A. Deardorff Mrs. Richard Henry
Mr. & Mrs. H. R. Mr. & Mrs. Guy

Decker Herman
Margaret Deck Mr. Richard Herman
Dr. A. T. DePietro M r. Charles Hofferty
Mrs. Sandra R. Hoffman
Helen Derinney Mr. & Mrs. L. J.
Mrs. Gertrude Diamond
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Mr. & Mrs. Herman
Diamond
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Wm. Hood
Louise Dolson Mrs. Hershel Hooker
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Eberhart
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at The Little Theatre-On The Square are
STATE BAN K especially profitable to clubs and organiza-
tions interested in earning funds in an en-
MOWEAQUA' ILLINOIS joyable and painless manner. Although clubs
and organizations are inactive during the
"Where People Are More summer, they can 'still utilize the fall por-
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to October 1, 1968, well into the 1968-69 club
and organization activities. Clubs and or-
ganizations may add their own fund-raising
amounts to special low prices offered by
the theatre for any group of 12 to 600 people..
For additional information-

Please phone The Little Theatre
Business Office at 217-728-8522 Or
Wdte:

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IN SULLIVAN Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Kimmons
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IN BETHANY Mr. & Mrs. Lynn
665-3221 Mrs. Ronald King
Huntsburger Mrs. L. C. Kingsbury
IN LOVINGTON Mrs. Amy Kinnery
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Johnson Mrs. Martin Kropp
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Miss Eleanor Krumreich
Johnson Mrs. Adolph Kull
Mr. & Mrs. Homer Jan M. Laible
Ernestine Lammile
Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Glen

Maiorie Johnson Landers
O. Johnson
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Mr. Jerry F. Jones
Leon Jones Velma LeBel
Mr. Oral Jones Mr. & Mrs. Ellsworth

Lehman
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Dr. & Mrs. Paul Jurgens Mr. & Mrs. Robt.
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Who's Who in the Cast ... season at The Little Theatre-On The Square.
Mr. Kelso directed Robert Horton in Picnic, Ann
BRUCE YARNELL (Curly) comes to the Lit- Sothern in Glad Tidings and Mr. and Mrs. Pat
tle Theatre-On The Square directly from Pitts- O'Brien in What Did We Do Wrong? He was
burgh where he starred in The New Moon. Mr. also featured as Hubert in The Student Prince
Yarnell played opposite Ethel Merman in the with Peter Palmer. and Nathan Detroit in Guys
Lincoln Center revival of Annie Get Your Gun, and Dolls wi th Jane Kean.
and has starred in many productions at the St.
Louis Muni Ooera including The Unsinkable He starred as Pseudolus in Guy Little's tour·
Molly Brown, The New Moon and earlier this inl( production of A Funny Thing Happened On
summer Annie Get Your Gun. Since last appear- The Way To The Forum and received rave re-
ing in Sullivan. Mr. Varnell has been co-starred views throug-hout the country. Barbra Streisand
with Noel Harrison on the NBC Special Robin and the Smothers Brothers were among his
Hood and has toured with the American Na- associates when he appeared at St. Louis Crys-
tional Opera Company as Escamilla in Carmen. tal Palace. This past winter John appeared at
After starring in his own television series, The Pheasant Run Playhouse in The Odd Couple
Outlaw, Yarnell appeared in the movie. lrm~ with Dan Dailey and in Voice Of The Turtle
La Douce with Shirley McLaine and has made with Terry Moore.
guest appearances on Bonanza and Hogan's
Heroes. ROBERT GWALTNEY (Ali Hakim) delil(hted
Sullivan audiences earlier this year in the
Mr. Yarnell won the Theatre World Award for comic role of Lutz. valet to Prince Kat I Franz
the Most Promising Personality of the 1960-61 in Student Prince and also appeared as Big
season for his B'way appearance in The Hap- Julie. the tough mobster from Chicago in Guys
piest Girl in the World. He appeared in a fea- and Dolls. His long list of theatrical credits in-
tured role in the original company of Camelot cludes appearances with Bert Lahr in Burle.sque,
on Broadway and has starred in many other Burl lves in The Man Who Came To DInner,
major musicals and dramatic shows throughout Edward Everett Horton in Miss Pel1 Is Missing,
the United States, inc1udinR South Pacific. Car- Joe E. Brown in Harvey, Margaret Truman in
ousel, 110 In The Shade, Li'l Abner, The Tender Late Love. He h-as also appeared in Miami
Trap, and many others. Beach's Deauville Hotel in productions of The
Music Man and Call Me Madam.
Mr. Yarnell was praised by critics for his
concert work at the Hollywood Bowl in ap- RALPH FOODY (Jud Fry) returned to The
pearances with composer-conductor John Green. Little Theatre-On The Square after a year's
He also appeared as guest soloist with many absence to appear as Lt. Brannigan in Guys
symphony orchestras throughout the United And Dolls. Mr. Foody wil1 be remembered for
States and Canada. Bruce and his beautiful wife, such roles as Ben in The World of Suzie Wong
Fran, live with their three dauJthters in a with Robert Reed. the Captain in Mister Rob·
charming- Tudor home in Pasadena, California. erts with Tab Hunter, as Johnny in Lullaby
with Rosemary Prinz and as Dr. Lyman in
MARY LYNN KOLAS (Laurey), who is mak- Bus Stop with Ed Byrnes.
inl( her debut at the Little Theatre-On The
Square, has acquired numerous credits in the During' the past year, Mr. Foody has been ac-
field of professional theatre. Mary Lynn began tive in the Chic3Jto area appearing' with Dan
her career at the age of eleven at the Shubert Dailey in The Odd Couple. Leonard Nimoy in
Theatre in Chicago playing th role of Louisa Visit To A Small Planet, Fabian in Stalag
in the National Company of Sound of Music 17 and as Inspector Levine in Catch Me If You
starring" Florence Henderson. For one and a half Can with Jane Russell.
years she was with the company both in Chi-
cago and on the road. JANE McDONOUGH (Aunt El1er) made her
debut at the Little Theatre-On The Square last
At the Milwaukee Melody Top, Mary Lynn season as Mrs. Brice in Funny Girl with Gard-
has performed in The King and I, Can-Can, Gyp- ner McKay. She created the role of Miss West-
sy, Flower Drum Song, Milk and Honey, and ern in the world premiere of Tom Jones with
Call Me Madam. She also played the role of Gary Lockwood and has appeared in three other
Jane in Stop the World! ... I Want To Get productions of this comedy. Jane made her movie
011 wi th the Peninsula Players in Fish Creek, debut in Rain or Shine with Joe Cook and has
Wisconsin. At In-The· Round Dinner Playhouse played supper clubs with such stars as Frankie
Mary Lynn played the leadinl( role of Polly in Laine. She has been featured with Tom Ewell,
/:Joy Friend and Laurey in Oklahoma! Tab Hunter and Molly Picon at Chicago area
theatres. Jane was also seen with Gloria Swan-
JOHN KELSO (Will Parker) is one of the son in Reprise at Chicago's Ivanhoe and Den-
most versatile talents in the theatre today. This ver's Elitch Theatres.

TIM E: Just After the Turn of the Century
PLACE: Indian Territory (Now Oklahoma)

ACT I

Scene 1. The Front of Laurey's Farm House. Scene 2. The Smoke House.

Scene I. Scene 3. A Grove on Laurey's Farm.
Scene 2.
INTERMISSION - TEN MINUTES

ACT II

The Skidmore Ranch. Scene 3. The Front of Laurey's Farm House,

Skidmore's Kitchen Porch.

MUSICAL NUMBERS

ACT I

Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' 0 •• ' . ' . , •••• , •••• , ••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••••• Curly

The Surrey With The Frinl(e On The Top , Curly, Laureyo Aunt Eller

Kansas City . WlII, Aunt Eller and the Boys0 • , • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••

I Can't Say No 0 0···· . Ado Annie

Many A New Day Laurey and the Girls

It·s A Scandal! It's An Outrage! ,. 0 • • • • • • • • • • •• • • •• •• 0 • , • • • • • •• Ali Hakim and the Boys and Girls

People Will Say 0. o' _. . o' Curly and Laurey

Poor Jud ,.......... . o ,.................. Curly and Jud

Lonely Room ···.· · 0··· •• • ••••••••••••• , .0· •• •• •• ••• 0.·· •••• 0 ••• 0 0.0...... Jud
Out Uf My Dreams , , Girls
L a u r e y a n d t h e0· • • • ' · · · · . · . · · · · · . · • • , 0 • 0 • • • • 0 • • • • • , • , 0 • •

BALLET: . Gregl( Stump Curly's Friends .. Tom Hastings, Daryl Wagner,
Curly
Laurey . Deborah Wood and John Walker
Jud
Larry Breeding Jud's Postcard Girls .. Cynthia Strohacker and
Laurey's Friends
Jeanne Reynolds, and Shari Bauhs

Mary Lou Westerfield

ACT II

The Farmer and The Cowman .. . Carnes, Aunt Eller, Curly, Will, Ado Annie and Emsemble

All er Nothin' o'0 • • • 0 ••••••• 0... Ado Annie and Will

Reprise: People Will Say .. .. .. 0 Curly and Laurey

Oklahoma! .... , .... 0 •••• • •••• " 0" •• ••• Curly, Laurey. Aunt Eller, Ike, Slim and Ensemble

Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' . .. .,..... Laurey, Curly and Ensemble

Finale . Entire Company

Reserve nckets Now Aug. 27-Sept. 1 Sept. 3-8 Sept. 10-15 Sept. 17-29
For All
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Performances MORISON MARSHAll HOUGHTON HASKELL

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PRODUCTION STAFF FOR MR. LITTLE

a" P It Ab. Llbr n c Jeanne Reynolds

H Ma P. Steve Ha n

51 a t AbIgail Spreyer

Jea Webste ani Fredrick Olson

Technical Asc::ist nts Tom Hastings.

Cyn hia Strohackcr. Sue Le Beau. David Har·

din, Ray Duggan, Patric.a Fuoco, David West-

phal Becky SieRel, Carl Goodwin, Larry

Bar Dilk BreedIng Linda Hutson. Michael Robins, Son·

Lynd Mllh f! ny Knight, P. Steve Harri., Phillip Boat

Ray VugRan wright Marta Ande son, Jim Baldassare, DI-

Nei Fleckman ane Sleek, Nicholas Evans. Ken Francis. Mary

Mary Lou Westediel.. Lou Westerfield. Marilyn Olson, John Walker.
Greg~ Stump, Jeanne Reynolds. Daryl Wag-
Assistant to the Costumer Theresa Klmbrough

Rehearsal Pianist Daryl WaRner ner. Jean Obrecht, Mary Fosco, Shari Bauhs

Poster Artist P. Steve Harns Virginia Cook, Gil Fisher. Neil Fleckman.

Orchestra and Rehearsal Pianos-SAMUEL MUSIC COMPANY, Effingham and Mattoon
Timpani and other musical instruments used through the courtesy of JEN-CO MUSICAL

PRODUCTS, 1014 East Olive, Decatur, III.

Program Corrections for THE SOUND OF MUSIC: The role of the Mother Abbess was played by
Kay Koncen. Extra Nuns were Theresa Kimbrough, Mat ilyn Olson and Becky Siegel. Ardys Booker

and Pat Denoyeer did 'lot appear in the production. Daryl Wagner played piano tn the pit orchestra

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