• The 1970's

    Once a new high school opened across town, and Columbus High School became two, North Drama was born and became a program on the move.  Literally.  They were performing plays wherever they could:  Memorial Gym, Room 109, the cafeteria, or even East High School.
    The new auditorium at East created an actual theatre space for a North show to be produced.  However, this was enemy territory.  Fortunately, a strong friendship developed between T. Joe Tower at North and Ray LeBlanc, the theatre coach at East High School.  The large North musicals were produced there until North opened its own auditorium in the next decade.
         Anything Goes
         Funny Girl
         Arsenic and Old Lace, Can Can
         The Importance of Being Earnest, The Pajama Game
         The American Dream/The Zoo Story, How to Succeed in Business Without
         Really Trying
         Member of the Wedding, Guys and Dolls
         The Skin of Our Teeth, Hello Dolly!, The Sandbox
         My Fair Lady
    1970- 1971
         Finnian's Rainbow
    Visit other North Drama Eras
    The 2000's          The 1990's          The 1980's         The 1970's         The 1960's
    The 1950's          The 1940's           The 1930's          The 1920's and Earlier

    We have incomplete information for some of these years and shows.  If you know anything about what shows were performed or who was involved, or even pictures, programs or posters that we could borrow and scan onto the website,
    Guys and DollsThe Pajama GameHow to Succeed......In Business Without Really Trying
Last Modified on August 25, 2009