Dramatists Present 'Physicists' Dec. 7-10

Fullerton College Hornet  - Staff Writer - Friday, December 2nd, 1966

The Fullerton Junior College Theater Arts Department will present its final fall production, "The Physicists," at 8 p.m., on Dec. 7, 8, 9, and 10. It will be presented in the Studio Theater.

This play will have a great appeal to both the faculty and students because of its subject matter-the immensity of the threat posed by the invention of the atom bomb.

"THE PHYSICISTS" In the plot of "The Physicists," there are three in an insane asylum. The asylum to which their paths have led them seems much saner than the mad, mad world they've left behind,

Brooding over all is the head of the sanitarium, a woman psychiatrist, who has to enact the most frightening scene at the close of the play. We learn that each of the scientists has been led down a path of moral destruction, past signposts of truth, the purity of science and personal responsibility


The cast of characters include Police Inspector, played by Jerry Sy; Martha Boll, played by Gloria Bartholomeu; Frauline Doktor played by Gretchen Blume; Gulh played by William Emmons; Johann Mobius, played by Charles Fisher; Blocher, played by Al Garcia; Newton, played by Robert Hart; Frau Rose, played by Carol Markowski; Wilfried Kassper played by Carl Melville; Adolf Friedrick, played by Tim Petritz; Police Doctor, played by Larry Weimer; Jorg Lucas, played by Don Welch; Einstein, played by Paul Wilson; Sievers, played by Robert Blessas; McArthur, played by Jim Shirley; Murillo, played by Larry Joesph; Oskar Rose, played by Darrel Pearce; Monika, played by Jan Brady; and first and second Policemen played by Glen Sanders, and Rick Clark.


Tickets are being sold at the Student Center in the dean's office, Theater Arts Department office and extended day office. All tickets for students and faculty are complementary.