Comic Murder Theme of Drama 'Uncle Harry'

Fullerton College Hornet  - Staff Writer - Friday, October 22nd, 1965

"Uncle Harry," a whimsical story of a kindly and benevolent gentleman who manages to arrange

the murder of one disagreeable sister and the hanging of the other equally unpleasant one, will be the first production of the Fullerton Junior College Theater Arts Department 1965-66 season.

The play, under the direction of George L. Stoughton, will be presented in the Louis E. Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings on two consecutive weeks starting Nov. 4 and again on Nov. 11. All performances are at 8 o'clock in the evening.

Other productions for the season include the Fall Theater Workshop productions of "Toys in the Attic'' on Dec. 9 and 10 in the Fullerton Union High School Little Theater and ''The Male Animal" on Dec. 23, also in the Little Theater. The annual Children's Theater production will be presented next March and Spring Theater Production in May and again in June.

The opening play, "Uncle Harry" will feature a cast which includes Chris Kaloian, Anaheim; Annette Achay, Pat Faddis, David Goldmann, Steven Harbitz, Ruhtricia Marable, Fred Sanford, Duane Villa, and Larry Wiemer, all of Fullerton; Jeff Donaldson, Denis McNeil, and Florence Sargent, all of La Habra; and Linda Larner and Bill Schaht, Whittier.

Assistant director for the production will be Ron Welch of Fullerton.

"Male Animal", by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent is to be the next effort of the Drama department.

The casting has been completed and it will g.o into production approximately two weeks following "Uncle Harry."