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Winthrop House will offer its second annual portion of Gilbert and Sullivan on the evenings of April 14 and 15 when it presents "H. M. S. Pinafore" in the Junior Common Room.
This year's operetta will be directed and staged by Samuel V. K. Willson '50, who directed Winthrop's production of "Trial by Jury" last year, and the Canterbury Club's "Patience" this year. The Puritans started the tradition of giving Gilbert and Sullivan operettas last year.
Roger W. JeHiffo '50 is designing the sets and will also direct the lighting; David N. Shapiro '51, besides taking the part of Dick Deadeye, is production manager.
The cast includes Yolanda Lacon '51, Joan Dexter '52, Nancy Ryan '52, Robert E. Feters '51, John C. Hutchinson '50. Roger W. Murphy 50, George F. Skinner '60, and Joseph S. Vera '50, plus an on-stage chorus of five men and six women.
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