"... the theatre demanded of its members stamina, good digestion, the ability to adjust, and a strong sense of humor. There was no discomfort an actor didnít learn to endure. To survive, we had to be horses and we were."
Helen Hayes (1900-1993). On Reflection (1968)
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The cast of The Legend of the Waters, as presented at the Emma Lake Art Camp, 1941.
Drama class pantomime, The Babe in the Wood, 1935.
Members of the Morton Historical Society who presented Scene IV from Big Bear, 1927.
Scene from Right You Are (If you think you are), 1963.