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Camelot

Camelot

6uy S. Ufk, Jr. Prerrnts

GEORGE CHAKlRlS in "Camelot"

"Camelot"

Book and Lyrlcs by ALAN JAY LERNER
MUSICby FREDERICK LOEWE

'd on "'he Once and Future King" by T. H Wh~te
Orlglnal produalon Staged by b s s Hart

ALSO STARRING

JAY STUART
with

FLOYD KIN6 JOHN KELSO MW A ~ ~ e
Richard Warner Paul lotchaw

Choreographed and Staged by OE

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Production Design
Musical Directo

Costumes Desinned bv M
~ighting-Designedby SANDY SP

Production Stage Manager ~ ~ D&&&tc d ~
ROBERT NEU
C.G.CARLBON
Assistant to the Musical Director
PAMELA BULLOCK Assistant to the Costume Design

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Cn~ltclopl resented by arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library. Inc.. 757 Third Avenue.

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OF SULLIVAN
I S. MAIN STREET

SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS 61951

SPECIALIZING IN LAKE SHELBWILLE PROPERTY

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PHONE (2 17) 728-7515

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First Floor: 120 West Prairie Avenue
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Interior Art
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People To Help You
Hostess Favorites

Phone 728-71 13 -"3bt+bL.d J',',!AIu,"
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I 305 WEST LINCOLN CHARLESTON, ILL.
Phone 217 345-9313

Family

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Children's Stap Master

West Side of Square, Sullivan
Phone: (217)728-7750

Allen's

I Service Center

I Heating and Air-conditioning
Sales and Service

916 West Jackson, Sullivan
Phone: 728-7233
Nights: 728-4509

-412 South Hamilton Route 32

Call 728-7358 in Sullivan

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152 LINCOLN SQUARE-URBANA

1973 SEASON TICKETS 1973 DISCOUNT
-NEXT YEAR PLAN AHEAD! PUNCH CARDS

SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE EACH DECEM- -13 Admlsslons 152.W - 13 Productlms

. . .BER 1. THE NUMBER SOLD IS LIMITED Wonderful money-saving plan!

ORDER EARLY! For PLAYS: Use as many puncher as you wish on
13 Admissions H6.80 13 Productions Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday at 8:W and

Season Ticket Subscribers have the privilege of Sunday at 7:W. Only two punches may be used on

reserving your choice of location for the per- Friday at 8 : W or for matinees.
For MUSICALS: Only two punches may be usad for
formance you wish to attend for each of the 13 each musical production at any time.
For PLAYS AND MUSICALS: Discount Punch Cnrd
productions afonrdthMeUeSnICtirAeLsSe-asoEnaicnhaSdevaasnocneT. icket may NOT be used for the 9:w p.m. i w f o m m c e on
For PLAYS Saturday.

entitles you toone admission for each of the 13 shows

during the season. When used for the P:W p.m.

performance on Saturday. there is an additimal

charge of $1.00 per admission. More than one ad.

mission not permitted for anyone production on each

Season Ticket.

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On Illinois 133, Arcola, Illinois

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1

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TELEPHONE 422-8800, A.C. 217

eGourmet Dlnlng Room
With Entertainment

eGlockenspiel Lounge
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and
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To Serve You Better Goes Farther

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1 141 S. Main

MARKET

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s v!

LANCASTER DRUG STORE

North Side Of Square

Sullivan

Phone: 728-7388

Your Complete Family Drug Store
In Both Cities

BETHANYPHARMACY

Bethany
Phone: 665-3141

STONEY'S 4

LONGBRANCH I 0, K, JOBBERS
-Our Specialty Delicious Steaks
I Auto 81Implement Su,pplies
Sandwiches and Fish Every Day
LYNN R. HUNTSBURGER, Owner
-Budweiser O n Tap 404 W. Roane St.-Ph. 728-7378

Cold Beer To GO SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS
Main Street

DALTON CITY 877-2213

-May 22 June 3

GEORGE

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W s "Route 66"

"Here Lies Jeremy Troy"

with Bob Moak and Edgar Meyer
COMEDY

I SHASTEEN MOTORS, INC.

-FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS

SALES and SERVICE

Q 14 N. Main
Sullivan, Illinois
Phone 728-7384

ESTABLISHED 1872

H. POST & SONS

JEWELERS

a OVER 100 YEARS

Corner Prairie & Merchant Streets
Telephone 423-9781
DECATUR, ILLINOIS

Fine Furniture Best Wishes to The Little'
Carpeting and Draperies Theatre On The Square

ARTHUR'S For A ~uccessfuS~eason
FURNITURE
P. N. HIRSCH f CO.
906 East '+Jood Street
Deealur, Illinois south ad. square Sullivm

-Frrr Parking Lot Convirnirnt Credit II

STUDENT-TEACHER GROUP DISCOUNTS

SCHOOLS CHURCHES INSTITUTIONS'

MAKE PLANS NOW FOR SEVERAL SHOWS!

G R O U P S O F 30 O R M O R E M A Y M A K E A D V A N C E
RESERVATIONS FOR TUESDAY NIGHT PERFORM-
ANCES A T THE LIBERAL STUDENT RATE

F o r Information, C o n t a c t U s

ABBoTT's C 0 H N'S Sullivan
and
FLOWERS and GIFTS .II,YU. c:.ij*W.. Lovington

HARMAW

1501 NORTH PROSPECT AVENUE
CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS

ROBERT L. ABBOTT 1217) 952.9010 'APPLAUSE''
to our

"CAMELOT"

THE LITTLE THEATRE

ON THE SQUARE

IN SULLIVAN

PHARMACISTS - JOHN BARLOW
RON WHITE - JAY PARKER

Just as vov .nie)r an .v.niy

*I lh. Ihr*trr. you will .nioy
brewsinp at Colb.rt's.

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1601 I.N c ~ l .C. 31C1331

/9 When in Springfield, the Stars Dine at

-p HOLIDAY INN-EAST - Springfield, Illin>

TELEP"0NE I* EVERY ROO* RESERVATIONS
AIR CONDITIONED
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CONVENTION AND
PARTY FACILITIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Lehman I.G.A. jividen I
FOODLINER

-EVERYDAY LOW FOOD PRICES

Arthur, Illinois St. Joseph, Illinois
I I West Jackson Sullivan, Illinois

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IF NOT, PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AT OUR BOX
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E N J O Y THE SHOW

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Farms and Residential 1I ....OFFER

Bethany, Ill. I Season Tickets, Discount Punch
2 17/665-35 13 Cards or Theatre Gift Certificates.

I

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f'urniture

Specializing in Everything for the

Living Room and Family Room

Guy E. Seymour, Owner

Phone (217) 234-7667 Route 45 S., Mattoon, Ill.

D#tur, Illinois 62623

and other Leading Exchanges.

HOME OFFICE:

720 Olive St St. Louis, Mo. 63101 314 421-5700

With 8 offices throughout Illinois:

Decatur, Ill Jacksonv~lle,Ill.
Danville, Ill. Mt. Vernon, Ill.
Belleville, Ill. Carbondale, Ill.
Harr~sburg,Ill.

TV's "Mission

EAST SIDE OF SQUARE, SULLIVAN

PHONE: (217 ) 728-7551

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Power Tools Brides Gift Tables
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Electric Supplies Large Selection of Toys
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428-2521

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328-3474 662-3361

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544-9894

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Ph. 217-543-2137

Arfbur, Allinnis

ARTHUR CHEESE COMPANY
Open Monday Through Friday 8:00 to 4:00

Saturday 8:00 to 12:OO

"Delightful Dining In An Old World Atmosphere"

Package Liquc

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I

I OPEN WEEKDAYS TILL 9:00 SATURDAY TILL 12:00
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 543-2332

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Your Ticket
to

1Greater Banking Convenience

ROBERT D.SOULEreturns to the Little Theatre-On The Square California before becoming a member of the United Scen~cArtists

lor the sixth season as mident designer. Audiences will remem- union. He has designed for some of the most famous theatres in
the country including the Coconut Grove in Miami. Sombrero
ber the strikingly beautiful and m~raculouslyworkable sets he nayhouse in Phoenix. Casa Manana in Ft. Worth, Texas and
many East Coast Theatres. He went to Edinburg, Scotland
designed for The Student Prince. Glad Tidings. Picnic. Guys And immediately atter leaving Sullivan in 1%8. to co-ordinate designs
for the Providence Repertoire Company's production at the
Dolls. The Sound Of MUSIC.George M,! The Music Man and Edinburg Festival. The past three years. he served as resident.
many others. A designer at Trinity Square Rep Theatre of Rhode Island.
designer for many years, Mr. Sode
has made his home in New York City for the past 20 years where

he has designed tor over 30 theatre pmductlons as well .as for

television and movies. Born in Bushnell. Illinois, he studied at

Western Illinois University and the Pasadena Playhouse in

MUSICAL SYNOPSIS OFSCENES

ACT ONE

ICTAhaWmheioSelnliltmodoteppr.leWn.Je.oha.yra.st.Cto.hfa.emM.K.ea.liion.dt.8e..nI.Ash.oD.looo.dn.in.gg..t..~i..m..e..~..a..~..o....i......~........f......r......i.......................................................................................................................................................G...u..eAAnerdtvhheuurrer
SCENE I:

SCENE 1:

1SCENE I:

SCENE I:

SCENE 2: Near Camelot. lmmediately following.

SCENE 3: Arthur's Study. Five years later.

SCENE 4: CA'eCsfoMunotiry.s.id..e.n.e.a.r..C.a.m..e.l.o.t...A..f.e.w..m..o.n.t.h.s.l.a.t.e.r....... ...............Lalmku
SCENE 4:

SCENE 5: AThGeLaurdsetynMnoeanrththoefMCaaystl.e...l.m..m.e.d.i.a.t.e.ly..f.o.ll.o.w..in.g......... ......Guenevmand Earemble
SCENE 5:

SCENE 6: A Terrace of the Castle. A .fe.w..w.e.e.k.s.l.at.e.r.. . . . .... . . . . .................Arthur
SCENE 6: How to Handle a Woman

SCENE 7: The Tents outside the Jousting Weld. A few days later.

SCENE 8: The Jousting Field. ,. ..Arthur. Gumuvue and Ensemble

SCENE 8: TheJousrs ....................................

SCENE 9: The Terrace. aEtaYrloyueAvgeaniinng.o.f..t.h.e..s.a.m.e..d.a.y........ ..................Gwarvne
SCENE 9: Befire I Gaze

SCENE 10: A Corridor in the Castle. lmmediately following.
SCENE 11: The Grand Hall. lmmediately following.

ACT TWO

SCENE I: TIfhEevMeraIinWToeurrLaicLeeoafvtehYe oCuast.l.e.. .A..F.ew..y..ea.r.s.l.a.te.r........... ..................... knecloc
SCENE I: . . ..Gueaesur cntl Arthur

SCENE 2: TWhhearTDeroraSciempofletFhoelkCDasot?le...A..m..o.n.th...la.t.er..................... .....Arthrrr and M q m Le Fy
SCENE 2:

SCENE 3: FTohUe oFwoMreest..o.f.M..o.r.g.a.n..L.e..F.ey....lm..m..e.d.ia.t.el.y..f.o.ll.o.w.i.n.g.. .........
SCENE 3:

SCENE 4: A Corridor to the Queen's Bedchamber. Later that night.

SCENE 5: The Queen's Bedchamber. .lm..m..ed..ia.t.e.ly..f.o.l.lo.w..in.g... . ........GueneJeie
SCENE 5: ILoved You Once in Sifence

SCENE 6: Camelot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E..n.se.m. ble
SCENE 6: Cuenevere

SCENE 7: . CAaBmaetltolet(fRieeldproiusets)id.e.J.o.y.o.u.s.G..a.r.d..J...fe.w..w.e.e.k.s.l.a.t.er.............................................................Arthur
SCENE 7:
,ORCHESTRA: Pianor-ELWOOD SMITH, PAMELA WLLOCK, Percunlon-GLEN FAIR, B o w - M A W H A U SPERRY

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A SPECIAL THANK YOU to the following firms and individuals for loaning properties for Camrlot - Bob Gile and E. R. I
Moore Co.. Newton: Lou Gladstone Fahrics. New-York: David Mobley. Su.llivan;.and Kelly Potato Chips. Decatur.

PRODUCTION STAFF FOR MR. LITTLE

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TLAPerisgocshphistenstria.tcni.aetl.sS.At..as..gs..eis..Mt..a..na..tns..a....g..e...r..sD....aR..v.o.i.db...eC.r..tl.a...Ss.BOs.eoU.tns^a.y. vCCLih.adrGpis.kctaiClna. asePsrelFoSgnlg~m.ynJiHG.nUegUn~.YedLBYeibelttatdslnyes .Box Office.. ..Inis Little. Pauline Friend. Kathy Fowler. Donna

Lapka. Gary Fox. Linda Lo Porto. Toni Anderson. Gerald Simpson. Mary Kranz. Margaret Blythe. Alma Smith. Anna
Vallaire. David Furguiele. Richard Weisman. Judy Fields. .McNeely
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..P. am Purdeu
Charles Howland. Mamie Sayar. Woody Roll. Mary Stark. Gary Head Usher..
Grimm. Steve Masterson. Kitty Bickers. Pe Heneghan. U l e r s . . .Joyce Livingood. Andrea Lane. Janet Dudley. Karen
Mark Norby. Dan Shapim. C nthia Kania. g n n a StilweU. Dudley. Cheryl Warner. Christy Scott. Dian Ferguson. Miriam
Gary Coughenour. Paula ~ n i & t Patterson. Doreen Homer

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Late-comersto performance will be seated at the dewretion of the management.
If you might receive emergencycalls during a perf~tmancep, lease lqsveyour seat numbers and location at the box office. Thank you.

--- Prim&'- Ymr Will Remember

One Block North of Square - -P k a From ~ ~ , s $ p,Sm,i a Rl ecipe
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.A star performance at all times ..

CENTURY LUXUS COLONNADE
HARDTOP COUPE

For the stars at The LittleTheatrle=

On The S..q.uare during the 1973
season

Courtesy of

K. C. SUMMERS BUICK, INC.

117 South 19th Street
Mattoon, Illinois

Telephone (217) 234-8863



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Sulllvm. lllinols became the home of a "llve" stage sixteen years, he has become a pivotal Influence in the
theatre. Guy S. Llttle, Jr., native of Sulllvan, opened the world of pmf.ulona1 stock theatre and in the llves of I
old Grand movie house with a "Summer Of Musicals" hundreds of young theatre-minded aaplrants. He has
whlch began wlth "Brigadoon". Determination and an broughtone hundred and eighty one m a l w pmductlons to .
Interesting schedule that flrst year established that Mr. Central llllnols audiences. From a total attendance In
Llttle was going to bring theatre art to Central Illinols, 1957 of 8,WO. 1912 brought nearly 100,000 patrons to The ,
come what may1 The flrst season continued with LlttIa heatr re-on he Square!
"WONDERFUL TOWN", "ROBERTA", "KISS M E I
KATE", "SONG OF NORWAY", "CALL M E MADAM", In edditlan to castlng, stafflng and producing all of the
"WISH YOU WERE HERE", "FINIAN'S RAINBOW" productlons at The Little Theatre-On The Square, Mr. i
and "GUYS AND DOLLS". In 1962, two stralght plays Llttle has preaenhd muslcals on tour throughout the
were incorporated Into the season's schedule. "THE Mld-west and has served as producer at the Sombrero
TUNNEL OF LOVE" and "THE GLASS Playhouse in Phoenix and the Piccolo Playhouse In
MENAGERIE". ~ o l i b tT. ~pIaSst winter, Mr. ~ i t t l seerved as ~roduction
Stage Manager at the Coconut Grove Playhouse i n
Although Mr. Little w86"new" In the posltlon of being Mlarnl for t h r w months, working wlth Howard Kwl,
a producer. hls educational and worklng background Frank Gorshln. Hume Cronyn, J n r l c a Tandy, and
prepared hlm well for the purpose. Whlle at the Shelley Winters. 1973 marks Mr. Llttle's 22nd year of
University of Miami, he spent three seasons with the working In professlonal theatre.

In February and March each year, the busy producer
eudltions and Interviews over four hundred people for
parformlng talent and staff wsltions in New York,
Chlcago and Sulllvan. Approximately one hundred and
fifty of these are apprentice appilcants out of which
twenty to thlrty are selected for professlonal tralnlng in
Sulllvm In all phases of theatre. Only the molt ex.
pertencadand talented staff heads are engaged to aulst
In trainlng the ~ u n agpprentice company each seem.

Although Mr. Llttle occasionally appears in a
production, little does me general pub~lcknow the
"behind-the-scene" story about thls energetlc man. He
assists Inall areasof the theatre, glvlng a helplng hand In
m y and all departments. He might be aeon worklng at
his desk a f w moments before a performance, greeting
patrons asthe doorsareopened, taklng orders on the box
office phones, w i n g the last mlnute touches on a
costume, putting on make-up for a walk-on part In the
show, dashlnghometo put wme delectable dlsh together
for later In the evening for the star and company after
the show. taplng a radio or televlsion Interview or one of
a hundred other thlngsl

Mr. Little has b w n blessed with a family, mother,
father, w l k m d children who are all talented in varied
tleids. Mr. Llttle, Sr., actually is a Farm Mcmager
although, he laughingly rafen to himself as "a-dollar-a.
year-man" as he g m about the dutles of buslness
manager for the theatre. Mrs. Little, Sr. has appeared In
several earlier productionsaswell as handllng the dutles
of box offlce manager. Jerlll Little has a p w r e d In over
slxty productions at The Little Theatre-On The Square
and Is acclaimed In other leading theatres for starrlng
roles. Vanessa has held her professlonai Actors' ~ q u l t y
Card for w e n years and has appeared In many Sulllven
pmductlonsandSean has also been In many of the malor
shorn and Children's Theatre productions.

Eachs e a m as the curtaln rlsea on THE openingnight
of the year, Guy S. Little, Jr. receives applause after hls
personal welcoming mesaageto the flrst.nlghten but, as
he accepts thls applause, he Is also applauding hls loyal
patrons for maklng hls theatre a succ.u for the past
sixteen years!

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ORGE CHAKlRlS (Artnur) laid the foundation FLOYD KING (Mordred) won rave reviews and
a major motion picture career with his great audience acclaim as Mr. Applegate, the
esting Oscar-winnin portrayal of Bernardo devil, in D~~~ Yankees with Gary Collins
West Side Story. ~ a i sapparent overnight earlier this season at The Little Theatre-On The

in London was a considerable Square. Mr. King made his Sullivon debut three
he enioyed the success for some seasons ago as Cornelius in Hello, Dally1 with
hs. By then, Robbins and Robert Virginio Mayo and remained that season to
Hollywood casting the film version
kiris was called for a screen test appear as Motel in Fiddler On The Roof with
Tom Poston, Herman in The Most Happy Fello
e Story, Mr. Chakiris corn leted
films including, D i a m o n x ~ e a d with Bruce Yarnell and Marrin' Sam in Li'l Abner
eston, Flight From Ashiya with with Peter Palmer. Last year, he returned to
central Illinois for featured roles in I776 with
Bill Hayes, Anything Goes with Fronk Sutton,

Company with Janis Paige, The Unsinkable
Molly Brown with Barbara Rush and Promises,

Promlses. He toured in the National componies
of Half A Slxpence and Walking Happy and
appeared off-Broadway in the musical, Tom

Jones. At Dinner Theatres across the country,
he has been featured in numerous productions

of Norman, Is That You? and The Fontasticks
and earlier this season, he appeared as Charley

Wykeham in Charley's Aunt with Dick Sargent
ond as Roberto in lrma Lo Douce with Lesley

Warren.

Of La Mancha and has appeared in leading JOHN KELSO (Pellinore) returns to The Little
theatres throughout the country in many Theatre-On The Square for his twelfth season
after a stint at a Texas dinner theatre where he
musicals including the roles of Edward Rutledge directed Andy Devine in Never Too Late and
in 1776,Michael in IDo1 IDal Nick Arnstein in Abby Dalton in Mary, Mary, winning rave
reviews for both his acting and directing. Last
Funny Girl, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes with season, John delighted Sullivan audiences as
Mamie Van Dorerrand the leading man in Can- Barney in Lost of the Red Hot Lovers with
Can, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever and Rosemary Prinz, Sir Evelyn in Anything Goes
fhe Fantosticks. Shortly before coming to with Fronk Sutton, Dr. Dreyfuss in Promises,
Sullivan for his first appearance at The l i t t l e Promises with Peter Palmer and in a variety of
other roles in other musicals. He also directed
Theatre-On The Square, Mr. Stuart played the Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Brien in Paris Is Out, the 38th
part of Sky Masterson opposite Betty Ann production he has staged here. This season, he
Grove at Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre in played the part of Col. Sir Francis Chesney in
Framingham, Massachusetts. He will be seen in Charley's Aunt, the Police Inspector in lrma La
this season's production of Applause opposite Douce and Domn Yankees with Gary Collins.
Rosemary Prinz. Mr. Kelso has appeared in theatres from

Maryland to Montana, playing well over 100
roles with as mony stars in the past 12 years.
Sullivan area reviewers long ago dubbed him a
Sullivan Favorite."

KATHY TAYLOR (Guenevere) who hails from
Denver, Colorado, is a graduate of the
University of Northern Colorado and has proved
to be one of the most talented and pop-
ular ingenues at The Little Theatre-On The
Square since she made her debut last season as
Mrs. Adams in Forty Carats with June Lockhart.
Following performances lost season were as
Arlene Kander in Porls Is Out1 with Pat O'Brien,
Hope in Anything Goes with Frank Sutton,
Hodel in Fiddler On The Roof with Shelley
Berman, Peg y Olson in Promises, Promises
with Peter ~afmerA, pril in Compon with Jonir
Poige and Lion in Winter with Heren Wagner
and Donald May.

MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW 4,,.~-3~;
FOR ALL PRODUCTIONS

BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY 1a00 A N . 10 10100P.M. I

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wST~UtDhIED'NcTaSrdasd-mi$tt2e.2d5ofnorTupelasydsaya n i hts at curtain.time
n B ~2. 75for mus~cals.
Student groups of 30 or more may make advance
reservations for Tuesday night performances at the
student rate.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 admitted for 51.75 for plays and
$2.75 for musicals for the Tuesday night performances
when accomwnied b v Darents.

lPI?D!SCOUNT PUNCH CARDS,
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Wonderful money-makingplan!

For PLAYS: Use as many punches as you wish on
Tuesday Wednesdav and Thursday a t 8:W and Sunday
2-!7f"g.0-.,6a7\K-&o punches may be used on Friday a t 8:W

FO~'M~ICALS: Only two punches may be used for each
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For PLAYS AND MUSICALS: Discount Punch Card m a y
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