Carroll Freedom Players


First 3 act play Carroll High School Drama

Performances in the 1960s and 1970s included the following:

The first three-act play was presented on April 20 and 21, 1963, entitled The Little Dog Laughed. Lead roles were played by Pat Gilmore, Gerald Lantz, Shirley Hutchinson, and Jim Russel. Cost was $1.00 for adults, 50 cents for high school students, and 30 cents for grade schoolers. Directors were Mrs. Lawrence Marlin and Mrs. Arthur Stucke.

According to Mrs. Stucke in the June 1, 1963 Faculty Newsletter, Other adults did a fine job, too: Mr. Medisch helped on the lighting, Mrs. Williams on properties and general stage management, Mr. Gebhart on the program, Mr. Stucke and Mr. Marlin with their many hours of working helped the boys with the set. To Miss Kroger and Mrs. Ziegler, we are indebted for invaluable assistance in helping us get the programs ready, as well as the many other little things they do to assist. All this added up to a successful year for the Carroll Players and we hope and pray that we shall grow even better in the years ahead.

Photo Gallery First 3 act play at the Carroll High School Drama Club