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Strayer--Hazel B. (Class of 1914; Theater Faculty)

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101 "Enchanted" selected for Fall play
College Eye 43:3, p.1
10/5/1951 Preview of the play.
102 Artist Salvador Dali, movie actor Charles Coburn, Mia Slavenska's Ballet Variante, pianist Boris Goldovsky, and Harry James and his orchestra
Public Relations News Release 1951:29, p.
9/20/1951 These artists will appear during the 1951-52 lecture-concert series, Herbert V. Hake announced today. All performances will be in the college auditorium.
103 The Winslow Boy, summer stage presentation of the English and speech department opens its two-night run tonight, July 26, at 8:15 in the auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1950:430, p.1
7/25/1951 Director Hazel Strayer and the 11-person cast have been rehearsing the prize-winning English hit for several weeks. Based on the 1910 Archee-Shee case, the drama unfolds the story of how the Winslow boy was accused of forging a $1.25 postal note.
104 Tickets for "The Winslow Boy," summer play will go on sale Monday
Public Relations News Release 1950:436, p.1
7/20/1951 Written by Terence Rattigan, the drama is based on the real life English story of a boy expelled from the government Naval college because officials thought him guilty of a $1.25 theft. Students listed.
105 John Allen, Iowa State Teachers college freshman from Algona, will play the title role in "The Winslow Boy," July 26 - 27 in the auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1950:409, p.1
6/28/1951 First produced in London, the drama centers around an English boy who is expelled from school because of a theft charge, and the long struggle to vindicate him. The New York Drama Critics circle cited it the best foreign play of the 1947 season.
106 Directors name 'Winslow Boy' as summer play, July 26, 27
College Eye 42:34, p.1
6/22/1951 Preview of the play; photo.
107 Missouri Valley-Several faculty members from the Cedar Falls campus of Iowa State Teachers college will present assembly programs during the summer
Public Relations News Release 1950:398, p.1
6/19/1951 Director William Dreier announced these assembly appearances from June 22 to August 13: E. L. Ritter, H. A. Riebe, J. W. Maucker, Herbert V Hake, E. W. Hamilton, J. Duke Elkow, Jane Mauck, Jvone Maxwell, Maurice Gerow, John Powell, and Hazel B. Strayer.
108 Branch school has 77 enrolled
College Eye 42:33, p.4
6/15/1951 Several faculty will visit.
109 Herbert V. Hake, radio program director, will head the college's lecture-concert committee during the coming year
Public Relations News Release 1950:391, p.1
6/7/1951 Hake's appointment was announced by J. W. Maucker. The retiring committee chairman, L. L. Sage, asked to be relieved of committee responsibilities because of his professional duties. Three students will also serve on the committee.
110 Drama
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6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
111 Drama
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6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
112 Drama
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6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
113 English and Speech
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6/1/1951 Brief description of the department; photo.
114 Theta Alpha phi
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6/1/1951 Brief description of the group; photo.
115 Tickets for Saturday night's, April 28, performance of "Darkness at Noon," spring play are almost sold out
Public Relations News Release 1950:331, p.1
4/24/1951 The four-night play will be the first non-professional performance of the current Broadway hit. A fifth performance will be presented Saturday afternoon for about 800 persons expected at the college's 18th annual drama conference.
116 Play to open on Wednesday; marks a 'first' in nation
College Eye 42:27, p.1
4/20/1951 Will be first non-professional presentation of "Darkness at Noon" in the US.
117 The spotlight will be focused on a famous Russian-trained drama teacher and Broadway actress next Saturday, April 28
Public Relations News Release 1950:324, p.1
4/20/1951 The eighteenth annual Drama conference will focus on Madame Tamara Daykarhanova, molder of such stars as William Prince and Mildred Dunnock (of Death of a Salesman fame), and, since 1935, director of the School for the Stage in New York City.
118 President J. W. Maucker and Professor Hazel B. Strayer will speak in Des Moines at a convention of the Central District Teacher's Association
Public Relations News Release 1950:291, p.1
4/4/1951 The convention will be held Saturday, April 7. J. W. Maucker will speak on "The Mid-Century Challenge to Educators" and Hazel B. Strayer will discuss "Modern Poetry."
119 A "Broadway" evening was held in the Commons at ISTC Friday evening at the Faculty Dames Club annual dinner for husbands and guests
Public Relations News Release 1950:240, p.1
2/24/1951 About 130 persons attended. Hazel Strayer of the drama staff reviewedd 14 plays that she saw in New York City during the yearend holidays. Soprano Jane Birkhead sang an Aria accompanied by Jvone Maxwell. Mrs. Malcolm Price was in charge of the program.
120 "The Adding Machine" starts tonight at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:216, p.1
2/14/1951 A three-night run of an expressionistic stage hit of the twenties, will begin tonight in the auditorium. The cast of 19 and stage crew of 25 have been rehearsing for four weeks, said producer Richard Bergstrom.
121 ISTC proposed graduate courses to be studied next week
Public Relations News Release 1950:215, p.1
2/14/1951 Strayer recommended machinery for high education in Iowa is beginning to roll. The Strayer report, published in October, also recommended a program of graduate study at the college leading to the master's degree.
122 Journalism frat meets
College Eye 42:15, p.6
1/19/1951 Hazel Strayer speaks to group.
123 Stage hit of early '20's to be presented at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:179, p.1
1/17/1951 Elmer Rice's "The Adding Maching," a popular but biting stage hit of the e1920's will be presented. Professor Hazel Strayer will design the costumes and Assistant Professor Stanley Wood will be in charge of scenery and lighting.
124 Christmas is busy Season for ISTC Professors
Public Relations News Release 1950:158, p.1
12/18/1950 Christmas may be stay-at-home season for most folks but not for college professors. That's when many education associations plan national meetings. Here's where conference-bound faculty members are going before the New Year. Conferences listed.
125 Two more performances of the ISTC fall play, "The Heiress," will be presented tonight (Oct. 27) and Saturday night at the college auditorium.
Public Relations News Release 1950:89, p.1
10/27/1950 The setting for the play, under the direction of Hazel B. Strayer, is a house on New York's Washington square about a century ago. Written by Henry James, "The Heiress" was successively a novel, a stage play, and a movie.
126 TC students to present play, "The Heiress"
Public Relations News Release 1950:83, p.1
10/23/1950 Successful as a novel, stage production and movie, "The Heiress" is author Henry Jemes' version of New York fashion society about a century ago. The play, sponsored by the English and speech department, has a cast of nine.
127 'Heiress' cast is announced; play features family conflict
College Eye 42:4, p.1
10/6/1950 List of cast members and play preview.
128 Play group elects Stock for leader
College Eye 42:3, p.6
9/29/1950 Ellen Stock will lead College Players; group will discuss French plays.
129 Select Patrick's 'Hasty Heart' as term production
College Eye 41:32, p.1
6/23/1950 Preview of the play.
130 College players
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6/1/1950 Brief description of the group; photo.
131 Drama
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6/1/1950 Brief description of the activity; photo.
132 Theta alpha phi
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6/1/1950 Brief description of the group; photo.
133 Organizations vie for sing trophy
College Eye 41:30, p.1
5/12/1950 Judges for the second annual All-Campus Sing include Ruth Behrens, Hazel Strayer, and William E. Hayes.
134 Crews for spring play begin work
College Eye 41:24, p.3
3/31/1950 List of crew members for the production of "The Streets of New York."
135 Homecoming play cast announced
College Eye 41:2, p.1
9/23/1949 List of cast and production members for "Street Scene."
136 Drama Directors
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6/1/1949 Brief description of the directors; photo.
137 English
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6/1/1949 Brief description of the department; photo.
138 Honorary Organizations
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6/1/1949 Brief description of the group; photo.
139 Interest Clubs
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6/1/1949 Brief description of the group; photo.
140 Dramatists rotate duties
Alumnus 33:2, p.6
4/1/1949 Four drama faculty perform several duties involved with dramatic productions; highlights of recent productions.
141 Evils of military aggression theme of "The Trojan Women" by Euripides
College Eye 40:23, p.1
3/25/1949 Play preview; list of cast members.
142 Children's Theater designed to recall childhood memories
College Eye 40:12, p.1
12/10/1948 A look at costuming preparations for "The Sleeping Beauty".
143 McCuskey and Strayer speakers at banquet
College Eye 40:11, p.4
12/3/1948 For Chicago alumni.
144 Chicago alumni to give banquet
College Eye 40:9, p.7
11/12/1948 Several ISTC faculty will attend.
145 Department of English and Speech to inaugurate Children's Theater
Dummermuth--Dawn (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:8, p.1
11/5/1948 Will present "The Sleeping Beauty".
146 Concert series entertainment is tops, committee reports
Hansen--Dolores Jean (Class of 1949)
College Eye 40:5, p.6
10/15/1948 A look at the effort involved in selecting the performers.
147 Drama dept. to present Sheridan's "School for Scandal" Oct. 28, 29
Dummermuth--Dawn (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:1, p.1
9/17/1948 Preview of the play.
148 Department of English and Speech announce "Years Ago" cast
College Eye 39:35, p.1
6/25/1948 List of cast members; preview of the play; photo.
149 Pick "Years Ago" as play in late July
College Eye 39:33, p.1
6/11/1948 Preview of the play.
150 College Players
Old Gold 0:0, p.235
6/1/1948 Brief description of the group; photo.


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