Season Two included four plays, hewn down from the original six scheduled, because the success of each of the first four caused them to be extended and filled the season time span.
This is the program for the first play in Season Two, “Anniversary Waltz,” featuring: Aliene Flanery, Dave Baldwin, Jean Runyon, Linda Hinman, Mercer Runyon, David Hunter, Diana Lions, Mal Campbell, the ubiquitous George Spelvin, Bert Graham, Jeanne Carver and Phil Bettens. When the play was extended Aliene Flanery was replaced by Edith Carlson, Linda Hinman was replaced by Carolyn Rosqui and David Hunter was replaced by Tod Argante. In a little known (nor important) replacement, Dick Baldwin replaced his brother for one performance. The production was directed by Robert Wyman. Click on the image above for a close-up.
The program for “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter” featured cast members Jeanie Ball, Ray Coontz, Eddy Gish, Mercer Runyon, Alex Grant, Victor Larson, Diana Lions and Norman Rountree. The play was directed by Robert Wyman. Click on the image above for a close-up.
“Bell, Book and Candle,” was the third production of the season. Filling the roles were Bill Furnell, Joanne Blomberg, Mal Campbell, Caroline Cook, Diana Lions, Warren Ramsey, and Ching as the Siamese cat, Pyewacket. Robert Wyman was the director. Click on the image above for a close-up.
The three segments of the program for the fourth (and, as it turned out, final) production of the season featured John Ickes, Harry Martin, Robert Conger and April Smith. Robert Wyman directed. Click on each of the images above for a close-up.