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In celebration of its Thirtieth Anniversary, the Masque of La Salle College is presenting a calendar designed to better develop the professional and academic aspects of college theatre. For our two regularly scheduled shows we are performing Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story, choices which offer not only entertaining evenings but also opportunities for comparison and criticism in the classroom. We proudly announce a student-produced, student-directed workshop program, under the auspices of the Masque, which proposes to better acquaint the theatre-going public with the nature and purpose of the modern playwright's contribution to the performing arts.
The Workshop's first offering will be this production of Eugene Ionesco's highly successful one-act play, The Bald Soprano. Although it is completely produced by the students, this presentation will have at its disposal all of the Masque's facilities (and abilities).
The presentation will be preceded by a brief study of Ionesco's other works and his particular concept of theatre; after the production there will be a discussion and evaluation of The Bald Soprano.
We bid you welcome. We hope that you enjoy the evening
Theatre and Performance Studies
La Salle College, "The Bald Soprano" (1965). The Masque Programs. 76.