'Othello' to Begin Dramatic Season

Fullerton College Hornet  - Nancy Neil - Friday, September 19th, 1969

The majesty of William Shakespeare's immortal words will soon fill FJC's Campus theater as plans go into production for "Othello," the drama department's first play of the year.

The production staff of "Othello," Mr. George Stoughton, production director; Mr. Todd Glen, set design and technical director; and Mr. George Archambeault, publicity and house manager are making cast selections, costume, set, and makeup decisions in preparation for the play's October opening.

"Othello" performances will be presented October 24, 25, 30, and 31 in the Campus theater at 8 p.m.

Mr. George Stoughton, production director, has returned to FJC from a year's sabbatical studying in Europe. Most of his time was spent in England where he reviewed original Shakespearen drama and modern plays.

Other upcoming productions planned by the drama department are as follows: November, "Rose Tattoo" by Tennessee Williams; February, an original childrens theater production written and directed by Richard W. Thompson,radio instructor at FJC; May, John Osborne's "Look Back In Anger," directed by Mr. Stoughton.

For any students interested in back stage work, makeup, costumes, props and set design, or< interested in acting, enroll in class number 14, Rehearsals and Performance available on the extended day program.