Rosarians slate Parents Should Enjoy ' The Impossible Years'
The St. Rose of Lima Rosary
Society will hold the last meeting
of the season on Monday,
June 5th at 8: 45 p. m. in the
The program will consist of a
hat fashion show with the
Rosarians making their own
fashions. Prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served.
If you are, or have been, or are
ever going to be, the parent of a
teen- ager or two, you will find
your trials and tribulations cleverly
portrayed on the stage of the
Mineola Theatre under the title
" The Impossible Years." Solutions
to your problems you will
not find, but the consolation of
knowing that they are universal
and even funny when viewed at a
comfortable distance, may make
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This whimsical story presents
Dr. Kingsley, a psychiatrist who
lives in Westbury, with his wife
and two daughters, ages 17 and
12. He is writing a book on the
proper rearing of the teen- ager
and is using his own " well-
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adjusted" family as his model.
Linda, the 17 year old rebels and
all of the Doctor's theories go
awry as his headstrong daughter
struggles to achieve her own independence
while still craving the
protection and material benefits
she enjoys as daddy's little girl.
It wouldn't be fair to reveal
the wispy plot that holds the story
together. Suffice to say that it is
loaded with a generous helping
of chuckles and belly laughs.
Sam Levene, as the harried
father, is superbly comic. His
timing and elastic facial expressions
are priceless. His por- '
trayal of the agonies of a hangover
is a masterpiece.
Nancy Wickwire, as the bewildered
mother, brings charm
and an easy wit to the part. Her
many stunning wardrobe changes
had the gals in the opening nite
audience buzzing with admiration.
Linda Kingsley, as portrayed
by Robin Strasser, was " Every-teen"
in a manner convincing
enough to strike terror to the
hearts of parents everywhere.
Twelve years old Neva Small
is Linda's young sister Abby.
Her strident voice sometimes
grates, but her acting is so outstanding
that she shows promise
of a fruitful career.
Notable in lesser roles were
Michael Vale as the hypochron-driac
doctor who first casts doubt
on Linda's virtue, Sudie Bond, as
the super athlete Who is the hilarious
composite of every female
gym teacher you have ever known,
and Robert Jundelin as the not-too-
well defined love interest who
could use a lot more exposure
to Long Island playgoers.
The rest of the cast was bright,
gay and well cast in the varied
roles of lively teen- agers, a hippie,
bearded artist and an avaricious
All in all, an enjoyable evening.
You will leave the theatre laughing
at yourself. „ „,..
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