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Program is for the play by William Inge. The play follows the women of a quiet neighborhood as they prepare for the annual Labor Day picnic. This peaceful, feminine environment is disrupted when Hal Carter, a charming young drifter, passes through. The play was designed and directed by Jack DeVries and ran May 1975. Program was created by the Whittier College Theatre Program.

To view photos from this production of Picnic, please click here.