1975-1976 Season

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9th Season

The Fourposter

Production Dates: April 26-29, 1976

Cast

He: Cal Grossheush
She: Chris Bair

Production Staff

Director / Designer: Kathi Blundell
Assistant Director / Costumer: Patty O'Mara
Technical Director: Harry Blundell
Production Manager: Geneva Powers
Assistant Technical Director: Mike Smith
Assistant Costumer: Vicki Hileman
Properties: Donna Dover, Ginny Wilson

Other ACO Productions:

Spoon River Anthology

Production Dates: March 1976

Cast

Sandra Singletary
Donna Dover
Cynthia Haseloff
Robert Davis
William Larson
John Ford

Musicians

Miriam Doege
John Copher

Production Staff

Director: Harry Blundell
Assistant Director: Vicki Hileman
Production Designer: Kathi Blundell
Production Manager: Geneva Powers
Scenic Artist: Erwin Doege
Stage Manager: Patty Coolick
Lighting Engineer: John Larson, Tammy Larson

Other ACO Productions

Magical Faces

(First ACO touring children's theatre)

Production Dates: {enter dates here}

Cast

Production Staff

Picnic

Production Dates: Nov 20, 21, 22, 1975

Cast

Helen Potts: Anita Van Patten
Hal Carter: Bob Mayfield
Millie Owens: Vicki Hileman
Bomber Gutzel: Patrick Murray
Madge Owens: Kathi Blundell
Flo Owens: Debbie Hudson
Rosemary Sydney: Patricia Brandkamp
Alan Seymour: Jack Mahan
Irma Kronkite: Patsy Aaron
Christine Schoenwalder: Wanda Cain
Howard Bevans: Wayland Wilkerson

Production Staff

Director: Harry Blundell
Assistant Director: Patsy O'Mara
Production Manager: Genevea Powers
Set Design: Harry Blundell
Costumes: Kathi Blundell
Costume Mistress: Sylvia Blyholder
Property Mistress: Leslie Lane
Sound Engineer: Don Newsome
Lighting Engineer: Mike Brandkamp
Choreographer: Juana Lee Melekian
Box Office: Patricia Wood
Construction Crew: Ed McLaughlin, Mike Brandkamp, Harry Blundell, Bob Whittle, Vicki Hileman,
Patricia Brandkamp, Kathi Blundell, Geneva Powers

Other ACO Productions

Six Rooms River View

(First dinner theatre)

Production Dates: Sep 22, 23, 24, 1975

Cast

Eddie: Stephen Taylor
Expectant Mother: Cathy Glaser
Expectant Father: Dan Glaser
Anne Miller: Glenda Roddey
Paul Friedman: Harry Blundell
Woman in 4A: Charlotte Stratton
Janet Friedman: Jewel Hugo
Richard Miller: Vern McKimmey

Production Staff

Director: Kathi Blundell
Set Design: Harry Blundell
Stage Manager: Stephen Taylor
Lighting: Ira Canoy
Sound Engineer: Vern McKimmey
Sound Production: Kevin Van Nostrand
Set Constructio: Harry Blundell, Kathi Blundell, Ed McLaughlin
  • This is the first time the Arts Center of the Ozarks has produced this show.

The Music Man

Production Dates: July 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 1975

Cast

Traveling Salesmen: Scott Branyan, Harry Budd, Mike Crowder, Thomas Harper, Ken Reid,
Dick Storey
Charlie Cowell: Kevin Van Nostrand
Harold Hill: Harry Blundell
Mayor Shinn: Randy Rakes
Ewart Dunlop: Dick Storey
Oliver Hix: Scott Branyan
Jacey Squires: Thomas Harper
Olin Britt: Harry Budd
Marcellus Washburn: Steve Matthews
Tommy Djilas: Mike Smith
Marian Paroo: Julia K. Fowler
Mrs. Paroo: Lynne Weatherford
Amaryllis: Denise Withrow
Winthrop Paroo: Jeff Finn
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn: Donna Zurborg
Zaneeta Shinn: Vicki Hileman
Gracie Shinn: Stephna Grame
Alma Hix: Myra Jane Jarman
Maud Dunlap: Patsy Asron
Ethel Toffelmier: GeorgeAnn Van Nostrand
Fanny Squires: Eloise Julian
Myrtle Britt: Jennifer Brooks
Constable Locke: Ken Reid
Boys Band: David Aaron, Eric Bennett, Jeff Finn, Gino Franco, Sam Pruett,
John Threet
Library Dancers: Pam Clark, Daniel Glaser, James Melekian, Jan Walker
River City Citizens: Judy Compton, Ellen Crouthers, Pam Eddleman, Jo Anne Franco, Daniel Glaser,
Kathy Glaser, Danny Kelly, Sheila Riggins, Zachary Tackett, Marjorie Threet,
Laura Weatherford

Production Staff

Production Director: R. J. Quinn
Musical Director: Geneva Powers
Choreographer: Phyllis Blumenfeld
Settings: Harry Blundell
Costumes: Kathi Blundell
Lighting: Duane Brown
Stage Manager: Stephen Taylor
Assistant Director: Donna DeVore
Lighting Control: Danae Columbus, Bob Johnson, Brent Davenport
Properties: Ginny Wilson
Publicity: Ruth Ann Stites, Mary Stites
Assistant to the Conductor: David Kever
Box Office: Patricia Wood, Regina Hopper
Set Construction: Harry Blundell, Stephen Taylor, Ken Reid, Ed McLaughlin, Sheila Riggins,
Vicki Hileman, Mike Smith, Kevin Van Nostrand, GeorgeAnn Van Nostrand, David Kever,
Jon Taylor, Scott Branyan
Seamstresses: Kathi Blundell, Judy Shinall, Dorothy Hanby, Becky Luttrell, Grace Grame,
Patricia Wood, ZelphaThreet, Juanita Umbaugh, Glendine Branyan, Vicki Hileman,
Judy Compton, Joy Reid, Jane Budd, Ruth Marie Crowder, Hildegarde Rorem,
Patsy Aaron

Orchestra

Violin: Teah Layne Simmons
Piccolo: Susan Lancaster
Flute: Susan Lancaster, Sharon Sharp, Joene Ray
Clarinet: Bonnie Hardiman, Karen Scott, Dee Lawless, Sheila Carroll, Cathy Cauldwell, David Kever
Bass Clarinet: Dee Lawless
Trumpet: Charlie S. Goss, Andy Moll, Carol Layman
Trombone: Al Stark
Bass: John Copher
Percussion: Becky Teeter, Chantry Smith
Piano: Susan Goforth, Mike Rice


ACO Productions

Ten Little Indians

(The Blundells start at the ACO)

Production Dates: Mar 5-8, 1975

Cast

Rogers: Richard Emerson
Mrs. Rogers: Katherine Satterfield
Fred Narracott: Bob Whittle
Vera Claythorne: Patricia Brandkamp
Philip Lombard: Tom Jacoway
Anthony Marston: Jack Mahan
William Blore: Porter Stone
General MacKenzie: Bob Kellum
Emily Brent: Frances Howell Rudko
Sir Lawrence Wargrave: Michael Rudko
Dr. Armstrong: Stephen Taylor

Production Staff

Director: Harry Blundell
Assistant to the Director: Judy Martens
Production Designer: Kathi Blundell
Lighting Technician: David Kever
Sound Technician: Vern McKimmey
Production Artist: David Tucker
Seamstresses: Wanda Amos, Grace Graham, Pat Aaron
Set Construction: Harry Blundell, Kathi Blundell, Jeff Martens, Stephen Taylor, Karen Turnbow,
Jamie Martens, Debra Moudy
Properties: Karen Turnbow

Other ACO Productions

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