50th Season

Tri-Vice Presidency: Ruth Moody Donnelly, Gail M. Southworth, Normand P. Beauregard

Barefoot In The Park - Clyde North
A Hatful Of Rain - John Bray
Once Upon A Mattress - Cait Calvo
Can't Hear You When The Water's Running
(Two One-Acts Performed for Pawtucket's Tri-Centennial Celebration)


James R. Gregson, President

The Glass Menagerie (Repeat) - Phyllis Gunion
New Girl In Town - Bill Ferrara
Taming Of The Shrew - John Bray
Little Mary Sunshine - Beth Denice (Jepson)


Claire L. Beauregard, President

Play It Again, Sam - Larry Reedy
Picnic - Cait Calvo
Anything Goes - Bill Ferrara
Guys & Dolls - Beth Denice (Jepson)


James R. Eaton, President

Butterflies Are Free - Ernest Mederios
Private Ear/Public Eye - John Bray
Oklahoma -John Bray
How To Succeed In Business In Business Without Really Trying - Ginny Bray


Normand P. Beauregard, President

The Effects of Gamma Rays On Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds - Cait Calvo
6 Rms Rv Vu - John Mutter
No, No, Nanette - Bill Ferrara
The Babies/American Dream - Lawrence Calabro & Ann Agostini


Normand P. Beauregard, President

Music Man (performed for the nation's Bi-Centennial at Tolman High School) - Bill Ferrara
Haunting Of Hill House- Lawrence Calabro
"1776"- Beth Denice (Jepson) 
Godspell- Paula Savioe


George "Mickey" McCormick, President

The Gingerbread Lady - Larry Reedy
Mack & Mabel - Bill Ferrara
God's Favorite - Ed Conaty
Rushing of The Hordes - (Original by Alex Sylvia)
Seesaw - Lawrence Calabro


George "Mickey" McCormick, President

Anne Of The 1000 Days - Phyllis Gunion
You Can't Take It With You - John Mutter
Man Of La Mancha - Larry Reedy
Where Were You When The Bombs Fell? (Original) - Bill Ferrara


George "Mickey" McCormick, President

Out Of The Frying Pan (Repeat) - Beth Denice (Jepson)
The Silver Cord - Bill Ferrara
Fiddler On The Roof - Larry Reedy
Pippin - Beth Denice (Jepson)


Lawrence D. Reedy, President

The Sunshine Boys - Ed Conaty
Wait Until Dark - Lenny Gamache
South Pacific - Beth Denice (Jepson)
By The Beautiful Sea - Bill Ferrara

This was the last show at Slater Park Boathouse, which burned.
We were looking for a home the next two years.