Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Members Prepare Scenery For 'An Inspector Calls,' October 1949

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Members Prepare Scenery For 'An Inspector Calls,' October 1949

"Ann Arbor Argus, September 30, 1898: Dedication of the Log Cabin at the Fairgrounds. 6,000 visitors on the grounds yesterday. The Old Fairgrounds would later become Burns Park" - Wystan Stevens

Caption: 'An Inspector Calls' At The Civic Theater - The behind-the-scenes workers are an important part of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre and without them the play couldn't go on. Nancy L. McGee (left) and Elizabeth C. Patterson are shown as they work in the Log Cabin at Burns Park on part of the stage sets for "An Inspector Calls," a three-act play to be presented Tuesday and Wednesday nights in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater by the Civic Theatre. Carm Stornant hammers away at another scenery piece. The Log Cabin is used by the Civic Theatre as its workshop and meeting place.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1949

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Burns Park, Burns Park Log Cabin, Parks - Ann Arbor, Theater
People: Carm Stornant, Elizabeth C. Patterson, Nancy L. McGee
Date: October 1949

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