Workshop Leader To Present Views

Fullerton College Hornet  - Staff Writer - Friday, May 25th, 1962

Following next Friday's 3:30 matinee performance of "Workshop '62," the Fullerton Junior College Department of Drama will conclude the experimental workshop proceedings with a seminar conducted by the . six student directors and moderated by Mr. George L. Stoughton, FJC speech and drama instructor.

The directors-Lana Neece, Larry Ward, Michal Newland, Dick Bell, Edgar Escobar and Henry Hoffman will discuss some of the many problems confronting the process of play production, including the definition of the theater director and some approaches to complex and abstract plays.

Miss Neece, who is directing : "A Sunny Morning" by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, is a drama major, graduated from La Habra High School, where she appeared in "Time Out For Ginger," "Our Town," and "The

Dress." For the latter production she received a "Best Supporting Actress" award.

Mr. Ward is an Anaheim High

School graduate. He has appeared in the musical "As Time Goes By," as well as "The Visit" and "My Three Angels." ·

The classic Irish tragedy, "Riders to the Sea," is the choice of Miss Newland, a Ramona High School graduate. Her past dl.recing chores include a melodrama "Star Struck" and assistant directorship on this year's spring play "My Three Angels."

Mr. Escobar, who was born in . Central America, is a drama major. His acting roles include "The Apollo of Bellac," The Tiny Closet," "Inherit the Wind," and "The Visit:" His future plans include cinema and the University of Southern California.

Mr. Hoffman, who is staging "Table Number Seven," has appeared in "Visit To A Small

Planet'' "Juliu Caesar" "Importance of Being Earnest," and Pygmalion."

Tickets for "Workshop '62," to be presented May 31, June 1 (matinee) 2, and 7, 8, and 9, in the College Little Theater, are now on sale in the Dean's office. All tickets are 50 cents per person but all Associated Student Body card holders are entitled to one free ticket.