Janesville Little Theatre has only had the ambition to tackle Shakespeare once during its long history. Twelfth Night was chosen to celebrate Janesville Little Theatre's first performance in the Library Auditorium that would be their home for the next 50 years.
In an effort to put on the best production possible, the theater group brought in help from a dramatic professor from Beloit College.
The play received high praise from prominent critics of the day.
About the Production
Janesville Gazette. Tuesday, October 4, 1932.
Sir Toby Belch Sir Andrew Augecheek Fabian Sebastian Malvolio Lady Olivia Maria Roberto Viola Antonio Curio Valentine Duke Orsino Clown Attendant Attendant Officer Sailor Sailor
Georgre Hickey Arthur Hanrahan William Broming Neal Kuehn Ralph O'Connor Mrs. Erleen Williams Mildred Townsend Lawrence Spencer Polly Rickly Harlan Dooley Lowell Lowth F.B. Tefft James Creutz Wallace Nimer Frances Jerg Althea Sheldon James Melan Eugene Delaney Malcolm Haviland