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Whitlock Halts 'Tommy' Debut


Charles P. Whitlock, associate dean of the Faculty and Master of Dudley House, yesterday tentatively cancelled the Currier House Dramatic Society's production of "Tommy," scheduled to open Thursday at Dudley House.

Whitlock said the size of the stage for "Tommy" exceeds limits he and the company set in writing on March 6.

He added that the stage reduces the size of the dining hall by 40 per cent or more.

Dudley House students began Sunday afternoon to dismantle the stage which the "Tommy" crew built on Saturday, Scott Van Duyne '79, a member of Dudley House, said yesterday.

The company can reapply for use of the Dudley House dining hall, find a new location, or cancel the production altogether.

Whitlock said the show could reapply in time for the scheduled opening night of April 26.

Steven J. Drury '77, director of "Tommy," said yesterday he and Whitlock agreed the stage should not exceed the size of the stage for "The Misanthrope"--produced at Dudley House earlier this year.

Drury said the "Tommy" stage is only two or three feet wider than the "Misanthrope" stage.

He added that he thought Whitlock handled the situation "unreasonably" because he cancelled the show and then said it could reapply for use of the hall.

Drury said he does not know whether he will search for a new home for "Tommy."

"There will be a show, though I can't tell you where, when or how," he added.

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