Tickets for the "White Sheep of the Family", Fullerton Junior College's spring play, may be picked up free in the Dean's Office today. Starting next week tickets will go on sale foi 50 cents per student with student body card.
A recent board ruling by the Associated Student Commission will put further value on the student body cards, in that holders of cards may obtain one free ticket to any cf the performances desired. It is hoped through this new ruling that members of the student body will support the drama activities on campus.
The Little Theatre holds a capacity of 205 people, and 150 of these seats will be offered to student bcdy card holders on a first come, first served basis, for each performance.
The cast consists of Alice Winter, played by Nancy McFadden, Janet, the maid played by Lana Neece; James Winter, played by Chuck Fisher; Pat Winter, his daughter, played by Mike Newland; Assistant Commissioner John Preston, Don Cummings; a Vicar, played by Henry Hoffman, Sam Jackson, played by Art Koustik; Peter Winter, Jame's son Peter O'Rourke; and Angela Preston, Peters finance, played by Artella Navarrette.
"White Sheep of the Family" is a fine comedy of a family of well-to-do crooks who are shocked to find the son-who has developed into an excellent forger quitting the fold to go straight.
The play will run for two weeks and present six performances. It will run starting April 20, 21 and 22, and will conclude on April 27, 28 and 29.