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MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE Aug. 1, 1962

Peg O' My Heart

(MRS. CHICHESTER)


Cobblestone Players

              Clear Lake, IA 1962


       'Peg O' My Heart scores                in Cobblestone revival'.                           by C.B.W. 





ARGUS-CHAMPION Aug.3, 1961


Personal Appearance

(CAROLE ARDEN)


Lake Sunapee Playhouse

George Mills, N.H. 1961


'Lake Sunapee Players Score in Riley Comedy'

By A.T. STOUT





FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER March 17, 1961


Picnic

(MRS. POTTS)


Pinehurst Playhouse

Pinehurst, N.C. 1961



'Pinehurst's Picnic Draws Critics Praise'
By BILL WRIGHT






ARGUS-CHAMPION July 27, 1961




Playboy of the Western World

(WIDOW QUINN)

Lake Sunapee Playhouse 
Georges Mills, N.H. 1961
 

'Talent and Enthusiasm Blend at Lake Sunapee'









Playboy of the Western World

(WIDOW QUINN)

Lake Sunapee Playhouse
Georges Mills, N.H. 1961

'Sunapee Gives Irish Comedy'





MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE July 11, 1962



Pleasure of His Company 

(KATHERINE DOUGHERTY)
  
Cobblestones Players 
Clear Lake, IA 1962


         'Pleasure of His Company               is surprise for everyone'      
                              by C.B.W.







HOUSTON POST Nov. 4, 1971
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, October 18, 1971
CHICAGO'S AMERICAN June 24, 1966



Yes, My Darling Daughter

(ANN WHITMAN MURRAY)

Shady Lane Playhouse 
Marengo, IL 1966

’My Darling Daughter at Shady Lane'
 by Ann Barzel








I received this note from the pro-     ducers when I opened in 

Fiddler on the Roof,  playing 
Yente, at the American Shakes-   peare Theatre  in 1980. I was very   touched that they remembered I had been an apprentice at the American Shakespeare Festival Academymany years before. 






Late one Friday night, shortly after A Matter of Gravity opened in Los Angeles, Miss Hepburn fell and broke her leg. The Stage Manager called me early the next morning to tell me that both performances that day would be cancelled.  [The Equity contract re-quired that every role must be understudied & It was my great fortune to be it for Miss Hepburn. However, I'm sure nobody, least of all me, ever thought that I might actu- ally go on for her.]  Her doctor wanted her to cancel the rest of the tour but she re- fused, knowing that the entire company was depending on her for a full season of em- ployment, not to mention the audiences waiting for her all over the country. She would do the show in a wheel chair, the carpenter would make adjustments to the set, & the company was called for rehearsal on Monday. Later Saturday morning, I drove out to her house with a box of get-well Godivas (her favorite chocolate). On Monday night, when I arrived at the theatre for half hour, the note below was waiting for me in my dressing room.   



WAYSIDE THEATRE 
Middletown, VA 1963


Light up the Sky 
(STELLA)

Summer and Smoke    
(MRS. WINEMILLER

 The Drunkard   
(MRS. WILSON / JULIA)






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