Atikokan Ontario :
High School Play, 1962.
Left to Right:
Dora Dobie, Alain Jeansonne, Peter Love, and Faith Ivall.
An excerpt from an Atikokan Progress news story published February 22, 1962,
reads: " The final presentation of the evening was "Tooth and Shave" by Niggli,
directed by high school teacher James Pringle. This was a delightful Mexican comedy, and easily the best of the
evening's offerings. The set was uncluttered and made good background for the vivid costumes of the Mexican peasants.
. . . . The students had obviously worked hard on characterization under Mr. Pringle's able direction.
The costumes were authentic looking and very colourful. The play moved along at a good pace and the acting by all four members of the
cast was very good. In the play were Alain Jeansonne, who played Anselmo, the barber;
Dora Dobie played an excellent Maria, his wife; Roger Love a most convincing Tomis the
carpenter; and Faith Ivall played his wife, Juanita. "
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