Drama Dept. Presents Play 'Little Foxes'

Fullerton College Hornet  - Staff Writer - Friday, March 23rd, 1973

"The Little Foxes," which was the most talked about drama of the year when it was first staged and which continues to-be a favorite with playgoers, will be presented at the Campus Theatre tonight and March 24, 29, 30, and 31 at 8 p.m.

The psychological horror story, produced by the FC Theatre Arts Department, dwells on a hateful, rapacious Southern family at the turn of the century. It depicts the rise of the industrial South with all its ruthlessness, its savage sense of realism and its fine scorn for the older trappings of Confederate romanticism.

The play will be directed by George L. Stoughton, who has been at FC since 1961 as an instructor and who has had wide and varied experience in the theatre as actor, technical director, costumer as well as director.

Working with Stoughton will be set designer-technical director Todd V. Glen whose creative, artistic, and fuunctional staging is admired by actors, directors, and audiences.

House manager will be George D. Archambeault, who attended the once flourishing Pasadena Playhouse School of the Theatre. Archambeault has performed as a professional actor in summer stock, Hollywood films, and television productions.

Tickets for this production will be $1.75 for adults and $1.00 for students with special group rates upon request. Reservations may be made by calling 871-8007