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toward the middle of the summer a Ranger show was devoted to songs from musical plays. The songs range from slow sentimental songs such as "if ever I would leave you" sung by Linda Tobin to that ever favorite "brush up your Shakespeare" song by Barry Goldstein and Steve Lipsky. For a finishing touch Joe (tennis) fine, Steve Lang, and Steve Tuman joined together to add to the hilarity by singing "every body ought to have a maid." The plays from which the songs were taken include my fair Lady, hello Dolly, and others. The climax of the evening was when the director of the show, Jerry Olinick, and the musical director, Mark shangold, teamed up and sang " where would i be without you." the scenic design added to the enjoyment of the show. Dave Auerbach really proved his skills when he painted a scene showing pictures of the various Broadway musicals, which set the mood for the audience.

This was another show which proved true talent of Jerry Olinick, and made another Saturday night an enjoyable one at the Ranger Playhouse.

By diane rosenzweig

on July 16 the fairy tale Pinocchio came to life on the Ranger stage.

The fairytale was a little bit different from the one we know of, and was dressed up with such epigrams as; "up up up you beautiful ranger toys."

The cast was made up of mostly inter boys and girls and a good time was had by performers and audience alike.

cast

jiminy cricket ............. nancy weiss
pinocchio ................ danny goodman
gepetto ................. robert goldman
Blue Fairy ............... gail kenowitz
honest john .............. nancy mathews
gideon ....................... al rosner
lampwick .................. robert myers
the guard ................ keith kurzner