|Playwright||Beach,Lewis; Woods, Walter; Coldeway, Anthony;|
|Play||The Goose Hangs High;|
|People Involved||Steinman, George; Fleming, Catherine; Wilkinson, Roland; Yoder, Theodore; McClinton, Zelia B.; Campbell, Linouise; Russell, David; Ross, Hugh; Chokla, Sarah; Tinkle, J. Lon; Myatt, Helen; Chapman, John;|
Southern Methodist University
Friday and Saturday, December 17th and 18th, 1926
Eight-fifteen in the Evening
“THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH” (BEACH)
Directed by Miss Mary McCord
Bernard Ingals-George Steinman
Eunice Ingals-Catherin Fleming
Noel Derby-Roland Wilkinson
Leo Day-Theodore Yoder
Julia Murdock-Zelia Blanche McClinton
Mrs. Bradley- Linouise Campbell
Hugh Ingals- David Russel
Roland Murdock- David Russell
Lois Ingals-David Russell
Bradely Ingals- J. Lon Tinkle
Dagmar Carroll- Helen Myatt
Eliott Kimberley- John Chapman
Act I takes place on December Twenty-third.
Act II on the Twenty-ninth
Act II on the Thirtieth.
The curtain will be lowered in the middle of the Second Act to denote the passing of a half hour
In this program, the playwright is listed in parenthesis and only includes his last name. The playwright’s name is Lewis Beach. In this case, it’s not immediately obvious where to locate the playwright’s name. Furthermore, Lewis Beach isn’t the only playwright. In fact, Anthony Coldeway and Walter Woods are also credited with writing the play. The Arden Club’s program should have included all playwrights to properly give credit to those who contributed to writing the play. The Goose Hangs High is originally a silent comedy film released in 1925. This film was still relatively new when the Arden Club performed this in 1926.
“The Goose Hangs High.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Dec. 2018, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Goose_Hangs_High.