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cruse_htnhippies_19680112.jpg
A spot illustration for The Hilltop News by Howard Cruse featuring a hippie singing "...If more people liked more people..." The hippie is between an older couple looking at him angrily, while a crowd behind him has open mouths and is either singing…

cruse_quad_yesterday.pdf
A short story, "Yesterday," from the Fall 1967 edition of the literary magazine QUAD, by Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnmaze_19680524.jpg
A spot illustration by Howard Cruse for The Hilltop News of a playable maze with details of the fight over Dr. E.C. Bottemiller's status with the College. Cruse says he contributed this and another illustration (also included here) to draw attention…

cruse_htnbloodwedding_19670127.pdf
This article summarizes the plot and mentions the casting of the College Theatre's upcoming production of Blood Wedding. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast mentioned and designed the set.

cruse_htnbloodwedding_19670224.pdf
A review praising the cast of the College Theatre's production of Blood Wedding. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast mentioned and designed the set.

cruse_htncast_19630111.pdf
The casting announcement for the College Theatre's winter production, The Imaginary Invalid. Howard Cruse '68 is among those cast in the production, as fop Thomas Diaforus; he also designed the program and a poster for the production.

cruse_htneditorletter_19630920.pdf
A letter to the editor of The Hilltop News about civil right from student Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnendgame_19670421.pdf
A promotional advertisement for the College Theatre's production of the one-act play, Endgame. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed, in the role of Nagg. Cruse also designed the set and program and drew a spot illustration for the production.

cruse_htnendgame_19670421_2.pdf
A review of the College Theatre's production of Endgame. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed, playing the role of Nagg; he also designed the set and program and drew a spot illustration.

cruse_htnendgame_19670428.pdf
A description of the bleak set for the College Theatre's production of Endgame, which was designed by Howard Cruse '68. Cruse also played the role of Nagg, designed the program, and drew a spot illustration for the production.

cruse_htnendgame_19670505.pdf
This article summarizes the College Theatre's upcoming production of Endgame. Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production and the program, played the role of Nagg, and drew a spot illustration.

cruse_htnendgame_19670512.pdf
A short review of the College Theatre's production of Endgame. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed (as Nagg); he also designed the set, program, and drew a spot illustration for the production.

cruse_htnernest_19630305.pdf
An article announcing the cast of the College Theatre's spring production, Ernest in Love. Howard Cruse '68 was cast as part of the chorus, and also worked on set design.

cruse_htnernestquad_19630512.pdf
A review of the College Theatre's production of Ernest in Love, with Howard Cruse '68 as the set designer. Another article is announcing the publication of the newest issue of the QUAD. Howard Cruse '68 is one of the contributors listed.

cruse_htngranny_19670428.pdf
A new student publication was approved by the Publications Board, Granny Takes a Trip. The paper was concieved by Julie Brumlik '68 and Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnhaircolumn_19651001.pdf
A satirical cartoon and article by Howard Cruse '68 about the effects of hair length on men and the "dangers" of long hair.

cruse_htnhilltopper_19630125.pdf
An article about the crowning of the 1963 Mr. Hilltopper. Howard Cruse '68 is listed as one of the entertainers for the event.

cruse_htninvalid_19630215.pdf
This article reports on the College Theatre's production of The Imaginary Invalid. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast and crew listed; he also designed the program and poster for the production.

cruse_htnlettered_19630412.pdf
A letter to The Hilltop News from student Howard Cruse '68 sarcastically praising the college and the newspaper.

cruse_htnlettered_19651210.pdf
A letter to the editor of The Hilltop News from student Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnmoviereview_19650416.pdf
A review of the movie My Fairy Lady, by Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnmuchadopart_19640131.pdf
An article announcing the College Theatre's production of Much Ado About Nothing. The production is to be set in the 1920s and will have special performances for high school students. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed.

cruse_htnmuchadopart_19640214.pdf
An article about the College Theatre's production of Much Ado About Nothing, which is set in the 1920s. Howard Cruse '68 is part of the cast.

cruse_htnmuchadopart_19640221.pdf
An article summarizing the College Theatre's production of Much Ado about Nothing, which has been reworked to take place in the 1920s. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed.

cruse_htnodktap_19670505.pdf
Forty-one students were tapped for various honor societies at the college. Howard Cruse '68 was tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa service and leadership honorary.

cruse_htnoneact_19650108.pdf
This article tells of a workshop production for a new one-act written by Howard Cruse '68 called "The Truth Syrup."

cruse_htnpeerscast_19640401.pdf
The cast of PEER? is announced. Howard Cruse '68 is one of the actors in the production and one of the set designers. PEER? was a musical adaptation of Ibsen's Peer Gynt written by Dr. Arnold Powell (Drama/Speech) and Professor Hugh Thomas (Music).

cruse_htnpendulumactor_19631025.pdf
This article announces the advanced ticket sales for One Way Pendulum. Copies of the play itself can be bought with the tickets. Howard Cruse '68 is among the cast listed, and also designed the set for the production.

cruse_htnpendulumsetdesign_19631004.pdf
This article annouces the chosen cast for One Way Pendulum, including Howard Cruse '68, who also served as set designer for the production.

cruse_htnpendulumsetdesign_19631011.pdf
An article detailing the extreme amount of time that will be put into the Theatre's next production, One Way Pendulum. Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production.

cruse_htnphibetakappawinner_19620420.pdf
Eleven high school students were announced as winners of four-year scholarships from Phi Beta Kappa. Howard Cruse '68 was among those selected.

cruse_htnquadrelease_19650507.pdf
An announcement of the release of the newest issue of QUAD with creative publications from current students, including Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_htnviews_19621109.pdf
This article asked current students' opinion on The Hilltop News itself. Howard Cruse '68 was one of those who submitted their opinion.

cruse_htnvisit_19621116.pdf
This article from The Hilltop News reports on the College Theatre's production of The Visit. Actors Howard Cruse '68, Dan Dolan, and Jay Smith are pictured in their costumes.

cruse_htnwomentrachis_19661021.pdf
An article from The Hilltop News announcing the cast and crew for the College Theatre's fall production, Women of Trachis. Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production.

cruse_htnwomentrachis_19661202.pdf
A review from The Hilltop News of the opening night performance of Women of Trachis applauding the cast and crew of the production, including set designer Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_onewaypendulum_0002.pdf
Pictures of the cast and crew of One Way Pendulum including set designer Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_quad_commonest.pdf
"The Commonest Conspiracy," is a satirical cartoon created by Howard Cruse '68, and first published in the Spring 1968 edition of QUAD. The comic ran with a disclaimer which Cruse descibes as "lame," that attempted to fend off a potential lawsuit by…

cruse_theatre_construction_0003.pdf
An article from The Birmingham News Magazine about Birmingham-Southern College's new Underground Theatre. The first production on the Mainstage of the new facility is Women of Trachis. Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production.

cruse_womenoftrachis_0001.pdf
The College Theatre's production of Women of Trachis will be the first production in the new Underground Theatre. Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production.

cruse_htnphibetakappafinalist_19610223.pdf
22 high school finalists competing for Phi Beta Kappa scholarships to Birmingham-Southern College were announced, including Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_womenoftrachis_0003.pdf
This article offers background information on the College Theatre's production of Women of Trachis and the incredible detail put into the set design and masks created for the production by Howard Cruse '68.

cruse_womenoftrachis_0002.pdf
This article tells of the laborous process behind the creating the masks for the College Theatre's production of Women of Trachis. Howard Cruse '68 was the production's set designer and the creator of the masks.

cruse_quad_thefight.pdf
"The Fight," a short story written by Howard Cruse '68. It was first published in the Fall 1965 edition of QUAD.

cruse_quad_sixthstory.pdf
A scene from The Sixth Story, a Gothic play written by Howard Cruse '68 for the Advanced Playwright's and Director's Lab. This excerpt was published in QUAD in the Spring 1968 edition.

cruse_quad_oldmort.pdf
The short story "The Walk to Old Mort" by Howard Cruse '68 published in the Spring 1965 edition of QUAD. Cruse's statement about the piece was added at his request on October 10, 2018.

cruse_htnonewaypendulum_0001.pdf
An article from The Hilltop News about the College Theatre's production of "One Way Pendulum." Howard Cruse '68 was the set designer for the production.

cruse_hilltopnews_quad_0001.pdf
An article from The Hilltop News about a controversial cartoon by Howard Cruse '68 submitted and selected for publication in QUAD. Cruse believes he also wrote this article.

pubs_grannytrip_0002.pdf
Granny Takes a Trip was an free alternative newspaper published during the 1966-1967 and 1967-1968 academic years, created by Howard Cruse '68 and Julie Brumlik. These issues cover the 1967-1968 academic year.

pubs_grannytrip_0001.pdf
Granny Takes a Trip was an free alternative newspaper published during the 1966-1967 and 1967-1968 academic years, created by Howard Cruse '68 and Julie Brumlik. These issues cover the spring of the 1966-1967 academic year. The first issue of the…

lib_thesis_oldfederalroad_19360526.pdf
A history master's thesis from 1936 about the "Old Federal Road" in the sourtheast, by May Ida Chase.

tha_godspell2015_0026.pdf
The printed program for Godspell (2015) in Theatre Underground (Theatre One).

tha_fiddlerroof2016_0023.pdf
The printed program for Fiddler on the Roof (2016) on the College Theatre Mainstage.

tha_pippin2018_0001.pdf
The printed program for Pippin on the College Theatre Mainstage.

tha_nextnormal2013_0017.pdf
The printed program for Next to Normal (2013).

tha_fantasticks1961_0021.pdf
An article about Birmingham-Southern presenting the quite new Off-Broadway play The Fantasticks in 1961, from the Birmingham News-Age/Post Herald.

tha_fantasticks1961_0019.jpg
The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) stands in the background to the left while The Boy (Jack Mann '61) dips The Girl (Linda Clark '63) but looks at him, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Girl's Father (Jerome Smith) stands while The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) sits on a ladder and both smile, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Girl (Linda Clark '63) sits on a ladder with The Narrator (Professor Andrew Gainey, music), during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Girl (Linda Clark '63) sits on a platform in the spotlight with The Boy (Jack Mann '61) partially visible in the background, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) stands to the right with scissors while The Girl (Linda Clark '63) sits on a platform and The Boy (Jack Mann '61) stands looking at him with The Mute (Bob Houston '62) partially visible in the background, during The…

tha_fantasticks1961_0014.jpg
The Man Who Dies (Ernest Dobbs) appears to die in the arms of The Mute (Bob Houston '62) with The Boy (Jack Mann '61) partially visible in the background, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Girl's Father (Jerome Smith) speaks to The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) while The Girl (Linda Clark '63) stands facing a wall and The Mute (Bob Houston '62) sits on a bench between the fathers, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Mute (Bob Houston '62), The Girl (Linda Clark '63), The Girl's Father (Jerome Smith), The Boy (Jack Mann '61), and The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) change clothes onstage, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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A painted background reading "The Fantasticks" and a bench on stage, during The Fantasticks (1961) at the Campus Theatre.

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The Narrator (Professor Andrew Gainey, music) stands with his arms outstreched, while The Girl's Father (Jerome Smith) and The Boy's Father (Chris Jones) stand on either side of The Girl (Linda Clark '63) and The Boy (Jack Mann '61) sitting on a…

tha_fantasticks1961_0009.pdf
A typewritten letter from Margaret Sizemore to Arnold Powell expressing regret that she could not personally attend a performance of The Fantasticks, but thanks for its inclusion in 1961's Festival.

tha_fantasticks1961_0008.pdf
A typewritten letter from BSC President Henry King Stanford to Arnold Powell asking for a meeting to discuss a Trustee's assertion that The Fantasticks (1961) had "gone too far" in discussing rape.

tha_fantasticks1961_0007.pdf
A collection of correspondence from the Music Theatre Incorporated--later Music Theatre International--regarding the production costs and regulations for The Fantasticks (1961).

tha_fantasticks1961_0006.pdf
A handwritten letter from The Fantasticks producer Lore Noto to either Mrs. Hamilton or Arnold Powell in response to their correspondence and in thanks for bringing The Fantasticks to Birmingham.

tha_fantasticks1961_0005.pdf
Ticket for the Wednesday, February 22, 1961 performance of The Fantasticks in the College Theatre, in the Center section, Row DC, Seat 11.

tha_fantasticks1961_0004.pdf
Flyer to help promote the performances of The Fantasticks (1961).

tha_fantasticks1961_0003.pdf
Mentions of The Fantasticks in the College's student newspaper, The Hilltop News.

tha_fantasticks1961_0002.pdf
Director Arnold Powell's blocking, lighting, and other directing notes for The Fantasticks, presumably written so that pages from a script could be pasted on the recto of the documents.

tha_twelfthnight1960_0002.pdf
Director Arnold Powell's working script for the 1960 performance of Twelfth Night in the Campus Theatre, including script edits, blocking notes, sound and light cues, character studies, and rehearsal schedules.

tha_midsummerdream1959_0007.jpg
Oberon (Jay Smith '61) and Titania (Pat Ellisor '62) stand holding hands on a balcony, during A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959), in the campus theatre.

tha_midsummerdream1959_0006.jpg
Bottom (Don Simmons '61), Quince (Dick Stetson), Flute (Ernest Dobbs), Starveling (George Thomason '62), Snout (Gary Horner), and Snug (Tom Reeves '60) rehearse for the play within the play, during A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959) in the campus…

tha_midsummerdream1959_0005.jpg
Theseus (John Kitchens '61) stands between the couples Hermia (Jean Galloway '62) and Lysander (Bob Houston '62) and Demetrius (David McDaniel) and Helena (Elise McWilliams '61), during A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959) in the campus theatre.

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The cast (Mary McIlwain '63 as Moth, Jeanette Mills as Mustardseed, Brenda Bradley '62 as Cobweb, Earline Wooten '63 as Peaseblossom, John Kitchens '61 as Theseus, Helen Roberts as Hippolyta, Thor Stiff '60 as Egeus, Jean Galloway '62 as Hermia,…

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Quince (Dick Stetson '61) looks on as his crew Flute (Ernest Dobbs), Snout (Gary Horner), and Starveling (George Thomason '62) fall asleep, during A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959) in the campus theatre.

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Moth (Mary McIlwain '63), Mustardseed (Jeanette Mills), Cobweb (Brenda Bradley '62), and Peaseblossom (Earline Wooten '63) huddle with Bottom (Don Simmons '61) and Titania (Pat Ellisor '62) as Puck (Pat King '61) and Oberon (Jay Smith '61) look on,…

tha_midsummerdream1959_0011.pdf
A collection of articles from the Hilltop News campus newspaper, regarding A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959).

tha_midsummerdream1959_0010.pdf
A collection of notes sent to Dr. Arnold Powell, regarding A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959).

tha_midsummerdream1959_0009.pdf
A collection of articles from the local newspaper press, regarding A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959).

tha_midsummerdream1959_0009.pdf
A collection of clippings, primarily reviews, of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959), from Birmingham newspapers.

tha_midsummerdream1959_0008.pdf
Director Arnold Powell's working script for the 1959 performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream in the Campus Theatre, including script edits, blocking notes, sound and light cues, character studies, and rehearsal schedules.

tha_visitplanet1959_0011.jpg
Roberta (Henry Houston) stands across from Kreton (Rayford Taylor '59) while he speaks, and Conrad (Art Hopper '59) stands behind her while General Powers (Britt Leach '61) looks at Kreton, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

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Most of the cast (Henry Houston is not believed to be pictured

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General Powers' Aide (John Martin '59), Conrad (Art Hopper '59), and Ellen Spelding (Leiser Chandler '61) wrestle while General Powers (Britt Leach '61) and Kreton (Rayford Taylor '59) shout and cajole them, during Visit to a Small Planet at the…

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General Powers (Britt Leach '61) is interviewed by Al Gaulden '61 and Bill Mitchell '63, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

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Reba Spelding (Inez Thomas '60) looks up to her right as General Powers (Britt Leach '61) speaks and Roger Spelding (Gordon Tatum '62) looks at the ground, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

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Conrad (Art Hopper '59) stands to the left of Ellen Spelding (Leiser Chandler '61) sitting and Reba Spelding (Inez Thomas '60) standing behind her, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

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Roberta (Henry Houston) listens as Kreton (Rayford Taylor '59) speaks, and a character believed to be Delton 4 (Bob Houston '62) sits outside, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

tha_visitplanet1959_0004.jpg
Reba Spelding (Inez Thomas '60) sits knitting on a couch and speaking to someone outside the frame of the photo, during Visit to a Small Planet at the Campus Theatre.

tha_visitplanet1959_0012.pdf
A collection of mentions of Visit to a Small Planet in the Hilltop News, ranging from notices to articles to reviews.

tha_visitplanet1959_0002.pdf
Director Arnold Powell's working script for Visit to a Small Planet. Includes edits to the script, blocking notes, set design notes, rehearsal schedules, and tech cues.

tha_neverhaveiever2018_0001.pdf
The printed program for Never Have I Ever in Theatre Underground (Theatre One).

tha_tempest2017_0001.pdf
The printed program for The Tempest on the College Theatre's Mainstage.

tha_titleofshow2017_0001.pdf
The printed program for [title of show] in Theatre Underground (Theatre One).

tha_tamingshrew2007_0010.pdf
The printed program for The Taming of the Shrew on the College Theatre's Mainstage.
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