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Most viewed - JUSTIN MORRILL COLLEGE (Michigan State U., 1965-1979)
Keven Bridge951 viewsCirca 2002.
Representative Composite Illustration of JMC Curricular Structure: 1965 - 1974950 viewsFor more details, go to:
Megan Terry's Home: Programme Title Page950 views
_FOLIO_ - Page 22950 views
Masked Drama Workshop (1972): Programme: Front Cover949 views
JMC Program Planning Handbook (1967): Page 7949 views
Dave Brigode and Jeanne Cabot948 viewsIn the Sny-Phi Grill, circa 1972
Sunday Brunch: JMC Veterans and ROIAL Students and Staff947 viewsOver brunch, we got to discuss JMC, ROIAL, and the interrelationships between them. We learned that the ROIAL students are highly motivated and enthusiastic about the creative options open to them. We also learned that although ROIAL is an Arts & Letters program, its students have gone on to pursue MSU degree programs in a variety of fields (e.g., business and psychology). Does this sound familiar?
Megan Terry's Home: Performance: Stage Overview947 views
The Twins Enlist the Aid of the Animals946 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.
Mask Characterization Class - Group Photo946 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.

Sears wrote that he conducted this class at least twice.
_FOLIO_ - Page 20946 views
Japanese Noh Dramas: Programme: Front Cover (1975)945 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

Birds of Sorrow & The Birdcatcher in Hades (1975)

Returning to the Noh play, Birds of Sorrow, one of my favorite plays, with its theme that taking life kills the taker as well. We performed these plays in the stunning sanctuary of Edgewood Church there in East Lansing. Beautiful traditional Japanese costumes by Cheryl Mowris.
Megan Terry's Home: Cast List (1 of 2)945 viewsThis multimedia production involved ... two different casts who alternated the performances. Each cast became the crew for the other cast’s production! ... Even though they were a great group of students, I never tried double casting a show again.
Charley Roberts945 views
JMC Program Planning Handbook (1967): Page 2945 views
Wendy Schultz945 views
Carl Wright944 views
Lynn Medow and Cat Carpenter943 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge. Date unknown.
Labyrinth II (1973)942 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears describes it thus:

Labyrinth II (April 18-20, 1973) — 7 Events — Lower Level, Baker Hall.

An experiment in environmental theatre which took place in the lower level halls and classrooms of Baker Hall, the Psychology Bldg. We could only take 60 audience members a night. The last night there were 150 people trying to get in to the show. They tried to sneak in via the elevator and through windows!
Sears Eldredge942 viewsCirca 2002 - 2003.
Labyrinth II (1973): Guides in the Lobby941 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

"The audience was met in the lobby by The Guides: white suited figures each wearing a different colored mask. The audience’s tickets were color coded to the color of the masks, so they knew who their Guide was. The Guides led their groups down the wide stairs and into the lower level of the bldg. Each was led through the Labyrinth from a different starting point and the groups would pass in the halls on their ways to their next event. "
Open Mike: Memories and Remembrances941 views"Listening to everyone's reminiscences and careers only served to reinforce our convictions about what a distinctive and fulfilling process JMC was for each of us. Our common educational experiences and diversity of lives and occupations that followed makes our community truly unique. ...
- Paul Buehrle
- Suzette DeGrandchamp Buehrle"
Coati Puppet940 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.
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