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1941-1950 Photos, Programs, Posters & Information

Productions and Events    Notable Happenings

Productions and Events

1950-1951
A Doll's House (November 1950)
One-Acts (January 1951)-
     -The Boor
     -Fumed Oak
     -Ille
Night Must Fall (March 1951)
Papa Is All (March 1951)
Blithe Spirit (April 1951)
1949-1950 and uncertain dates
Letters to Lucerne ()
The Late Christopher Bean ()
Noah ()
The Way of the World ()
Antigone ()
Triple Bill (January 1950)-
     -The Dark Lady of the Sonnets
     -For Each Man Kills
     -The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden
Swan Song (July 1950)
1948-1949
Arms and the Man ()
Winterset (March 1949)
Twelfth Night (May 1949)
1947-1948
Bachelor's Honeymoon ()
Dear Ruth ()
I Like It Here ()
Angel Street (April 1948)
1946-1947
Incognito ()
A Rich Full Life ()
January Thaw (March 1947)
Fly Away Home (July 1947)

1945-1946
The Great Big Doorstep ()
Snafu ()
The Post Road (March 1946)

1944-1945
The Lady Who Came to Stay ()
Mystery at Greenfingers ()
Young Men of Today ()
1943-1944
My Sister Eileen ()
Nine Girls ()
1942-1943
1941-1942
George Washington Slept Here ()





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Notable Happenings Within Our Department
1941
    -December 7- Japanese attack Pearl Harbor. World War II begins.
1942

1943

1944

1945
    -May 8- Germany surrenders to Allied Forces.
    -August 15- Japan surrenders to Allied Forces. World War II ends. The end of the war brings record number of students to UND through the GI Bill.

1946

1947
 
1948

1949
   
-March 10- Woodworth hall destroyed by fire. Dakota Playmakers had completed a performance of Maxwell Anderson's 'Winterset' just an hour or two before the fire began.
1950
 


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