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|Burton, Terry||Member: 75-76
Where he is now: I am Dean of Library Services at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, since 2010. Before that -- finished MFA coursework in 76 (finally got the thesis done in 80; thank you, computer gods, for freeing me from carbon paper); theatre professionally in WI, CT/NY, and MD through 79 (IATSE still), then teaching it in MD, SC, MO, WI until 86; became a librarian at UW-Oshkosh, then Health Sciences Library Director at West Virginia U and U of WI. Currently living in both MA and WI (just outside Madison), with 3 daughters in Ft. Worth, TX, Madison, WI, and Eugene, OR.
Favorite PDG memory: Actually learning to dance, especially waltzing with the best of folks.
Elvidge Smith, Marcia
Member: 1973-1974 - Elizabethan, 17th Century and Tango
Where she is now: west central Missouri, about 40 miles southeast of Kansas City
You can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Favorite PDG memories: the "those damn dancers" performance at Agnes Scott followed by unofficial convocation at Pittypat's Porch; the Queen in the Elizabethan group dancing La Volta with an iron attached to her skirt; "meet me at my place at midnight" upstaging (17th century) that almost resulted in Fred Ollerman and me falling off the stage