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THE MAIN STREET SCHOOL AND HOME ASSOCIATION 

and the 

PLAY TROUPE OF PORT WASHINGTON 

present 


CLOWN WHO 
RAN AWAY 

by CONRAD SEILER 

MARCH 11 (10:30 and 2:30); MARCH 1 2 (2:30); MARCH 1 8 (1 0:30 and 2:30) 

1967 

WEBER JR. HIGH SCHOOL - PORT WASHINGTON, N. Y. 


THE CLOWN WHO RAN AWAY 

Adapted and Directed by Jayne Gombach 
Produced by Wilda Whittemore 

^ Up 

THE PLAY 

Circus Parade 
act ONE 

Frumpkins’ Doll Shop 
and the street outside 
on a nice day 

Intermission 

ACT TWO 

The same. The next day. 

tq? up 


Musical Numbers 

“I HAVE A GOOD DAY” 

“SPREAD A LITTLE HAPPINESS AROUND” 
by Ronald Towe 

“TILDY’S SONG” 
by Robert Wharton 

Produced by special arrangement with David McKay Company, Inc. 


This is the 20th ANNUAL CHILDREN’S SHOW presented by the 
Main Street School and Home Association and the Play Troupe. 
Previous Shows were . . . 


1947— The Reluctant Dragon 

1949— The Wizard of Oz 

1950— Alice In Wonderland 

1951— Snow White 8c The 
Seven Dwarfs 

1952— Cinderella 

1953— Aladdin 8c The Wonderful 
Lamp 

1954— Peter Pan 

1955— The Emperor’s New Clothes 

1956— The Wizard of Oz 

1957— Jack and The Beanstalk 


1958— Puss In Boots 

1959— Snow White 8c The Seven 
Dwarfs 

1960— Toad of Toad Hall 

1961— Pinocchio 

1962— The Reluctant Dragon 

1963— Sleeping Beauty 

1964— Aladdin 8c The Wonderful 
Lamp 

1 965— King Arthur 8c The 
Magic Sword 

1966— The Pied Piper of Hamelin 


CIRCUS 


Ringmaster 

Baton T wirier 

World’s Fattest Lady 

Tina, the Elephant 

Magico The Great 

Eve, his assistant 

Mr. Muscles 

Ferdinand, the Fierce Lion 

Lion Trainer 

The Funny Brothers— Clowns 

Dodo 

Madame Puddle 

and her Poodles 


Peanut Vendor 
Balloon Man ... 
Ticket Alan 


...DOUG WOODHAM 

ANN PRITCHETT 

ARLENE ALLEN 

MARYLOU HARMEL 

TIM. BOGEN 

NANCY MAUSER 

RED HOROWITZ 

..BARBARA STRAUSS 

MARSHA SCOTT 

SEAN O’CONNELL 

ROSS KOCEN 

RAY GOMBACH 

PATTY DISSOSSWAY 

ANNE NOBLE 

BETH INGERSOLL 
DIANE ADAMS 

VIRGINIA LEE 

JOHN FISCHL 

DAN BARTLETT 


THE ACTORS 


Dodo RAY GOMBACH 

Sally JANIS DICKINSON 

Horace DOUG BRIDGES 

Andrew RICKY SCHUR 

Mr. Frumpkins TED MURRAY 

Dolls: Veronica ANN MILLER 

Lily BARBARA LOREE 

Daisy JANUS JACKSON 

Tildy CINDY VOGT 

Eloise LISA KAUFMAN 

Glorious Gloria ROSEMARY PIERCE 

Man ROCK ROTUNNO 

Mrs. Bumble and Baby ROSEMARY PIOTROWSKI 

Peter Bumble and Scooter MICHAEL SPATZ 

Girl MARY JANE CICCARELLO 

Girl CINDY SMITH 

Lolly BARBARA JESSEN 

Gladys the Horse MARSHA SCOTT and VIRGINIA LEE 

Rudolph the Great TONY HERRMANN 

Ugly PHILIP ROTUNNO 

Policeman DALE DICKINSON 

Street Cleaner HAROLD HECHT 


THE PRODUCTION STAFF 


Assistant Director 

Phyllis Rotunno 

Assistant Producer 

Mary Dowling 

Set Design 

George Wiley, Shirley Denning, Ursula Bostick 

Set Construction 

Thornton Stearns, Rees Schwarz 

Set Painting 

Ann Pellaton, Lucy Fitzgerald, Ursula Bostick, 
assisted by May Ballantyne, Armide Harmel, 
Joyce Ottum, Alice Rubin, Emmy Lu Schwarz, 
Natalie Shipley. 

Stage Manager 

Lois Keating, assisted by Tom Bridges, 

Mary Dowling, George Dawson, John O’Connell, 

Ed Moshier, Rees Schwarz. 

Lighting 

Don Ives, assisted by Steve Loew, 

Bill Reinhardt, Liz Wliittemore. 

Costumes 

Gina Dissosway, Rosemary Piotrowski, 

Pan Vesly, assisted by Janice Adams, 

Augusta Allen, Kay Barnard, Margaret Bartlett, 
June Chamberlain, Pat Cuff, Mattie O’Connell. 

Properties 

Mary Ellen Slate, assisted by Kay Barnard, 

Meg Slate, John Slate. 

Make-Up 

Barbara Dickinson, assisted by Betty Ainslie, 
Cynthia Akre, Betsy Barnard, Vivian Bell, 

Sandy Dickinson, Vicki Feitner, Barbara 
Herrmann, Gloria Kaufman, Janice Longo, 

Gay Murray, Aline Smith, Esther Waggener. 

Musical Accompanist 

Emily Ullman 

Business Manager 

Caroline Bridges 

Program 

Melanie Cabbie and Dick Wliittemore 

Tickets 

Ruth Lee Needham, Ruth Miller, Anne 
Ingersoll, Marian Haselbach, Elaine Guilfoyle, 
Lucy Bradley, Gino Kenworthy, Betty Ainslie, 
Judy Woodliam, Muriel Lister, Pat Britton. 

Publicity 

Aline Smith, assisted by Rlioda Amon 

Photography 

Dorothy Savadel 

Posters 

Jane Gramer & Main Street School Children; 
Ginny Nelson and Carol Kindquist; Brownie 
Troop No. 483 and James Gombach. 

Ushers 

Judy Woodham, Main Street School Parents 
and Cadette Girl Scouts