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A Moon for the Misbegotten Sep 14, 1977

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Array SEASONS TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE Telephone 228-2678
A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN
Frederic Wood Theatre September 14 - 24, 1977
The University of British Columbia
A
Moon
for
the
Misbegotten A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN
by
EUGENE O'NEILL
Directed by STANLEY A. WEESE
Setting Designed by RICHARD KENT WILCOX
Lighting Designed by         IAN PRATT
Costumes Designed by BRIGITTE SITTE
CAST
(In Order of Appearance)
Josie Hogan JUDITH MASTAI*
Mike Hogan, her brother MORRIS PANYCZ
Phil Hogan, her father BARNEY O'SULLIVAN*
James Tyrone Jr LEE TAYLOR*
T. Stedman Harder CHARLES E. SIEGEL
* Appearing by permission of Canadian Actors' Equity
ACT I
The farmhouse of tenant farmer, Phil Hogan. Connecticut.
Around noon, September 1923.
ACT II
The same. 11 o'clock that night.
Note: The  lights will be lowered during Act II to indicate the passage of a few hours.
There will be one intermission of 1 5 minutes between Acts I and II.
— Program Note —
"The moon in this play is a symbol for the world as it appears to
us in [transient] moments of vision .... If, however, we try to
organize our lives according to this vision . . . ., we undertake
something contrary to the laws of reality and go mad. We must
accept the beautiful as something life may grant us in blessed
moments, as the favour of a primarily inner experience, which
gives us the strength to go on living and which makes our mortal
lives bearable ....
Rolf Scheibler
The Late Plays of Eugene O'Neill
PRODUCTION STAFF
Technical Director and Production Stage Manager IAN PRATT
Stage Manager         ERIC EPSTEIN
Costume Execution PAT SMITH, CAROL BOYCE
Properties SHERRY DARCUS
Lighting Execution DON GRIFFITHS
Stage Carpenters RON VAGUE, BOB EBERLE
Assistant to the Director        ELLEN KNUTSON
Stage Crew         STUDENTS OF THEATRE 350
Poster and Program Design ANNA SPENCER
Publicity Assistant GAYLE DOREN
House Manager GAYLE DOREN
Box Office        MARIASCHA WRIGHT, SUSIE DARKE
Business Manager       MARJORIE FORDHAM
Production NORMAN YOUNG

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