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Night of the Iguana (four images)

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Record 1394/1809
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Accession# 2
Collection College of San Mateo
Description Drama production: Night of the Iguana. (four images)
Caption from image 1, from John Hubbard on October 19, 1966, reads "AN EYE-OPENING EXPERIENCE" -- Nelson Bradshaw of Redwood city and Antoinette Kavvidias of Pacifica, who play an elderly tourist and his granddaughter in upcoming College of San Mateo production of 'Night of the Iguana,' register contrasting reactions as they observe goings-on at Mexican resort which is the setting for stage action. Campus performances are slated Oct. 28, 29and 30. Bradshaw hails from Sequoia High School; appeared in theatrical productions there and also wit6h Menlo Players Guild. Miss Kavvadias, from Oceana High, was active in prep speech competition."/
Caption from image2: "John Clayton of San Matreo, cast as a defrocked minister in upcoming College of San Mateo student production of 'Night of the Iguzna,' is given a 'pep talk' bu Antoinette Kavvadias of Pacifica, who portrays Hannah. ........ Miss Kavvadias ...... last spring won a dancing trophy and $100 award at a "Battle of the Bands" in the Cow Palace."/
Caption from image 3: "SHANNON IN A LATHER -- John Clayton of San Mateo, cast as the ex-minister, Shannon, in College of San Mateo's upcoming student production of 'Night of the Iguana,' is readied for a shave by Jane Bauer of Foster City. Miss Bauer plays Maxine, owner of the Mexican resort which is the setting for the action. ........... Miss Bauer is a recent arrival from Southern California. ..... "

1960's
Year Range from 1966
Object ID csmch006638
Place College of San Mateo, College Heights
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Last modified on: November 25, 2013