Spring Play Starts Run Next Thursday

Fullerton College Hornet  - Staff Writer - Friday, March 23rd, 1962

The Drama Department of Fullerton Junior Colege announces its annual Spring Play presentation, "My Three Angels," by Sam and Bella Spewack. The play is to be presented on March 29, 30, 31 and April 5, 6. 7, in the College Little Theater, located on Chapman and Lemon Avenues. The admission prices are: adults-$1.00; students-$.50, and one free ticket with your ASB card, in the Dean's office.

"My Three Angels" tells the story of how three badmen-convicts, in fact-played by Ron Valencia, Henry Hoffman, and Larry Ward become the good angels of a sadly harrassed household. The scene is French Guiana, a region where on Christmas Day the temperature graciously drops to 104 degrees, and where convicts can

not only hire out but apparently never have to report back. The convicts are employed as roofers by a family in dire danger of. having no roof over their heads: on the way from France is a snarling cousin (Doug Harlon,) to oust Papa (Robert LaRock,) and Mama (Elinor Sanford.) from the business they have botched. Along with cousin is Papa's daughter (Virginia Maben,) for an heiress.

Others in the cast are Rosalie Abrams, and Dennis Noonan.

The production, directed by Mr. George L. Stoughten, combines this fine cast with unique staging.