Louis Catron is retiring after 35 years of devotion to the College theatre arts department. Read about his passion for directing plays and educating theatre students.
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LAURA PENDLETON -- The Flat Hat
Louis Catron (above) directed his first play, "Rhinoceros," at the College during the 1967-68 school year. He also wrote "Centaur, Centaur!" which was staged in 1966, his first year at the College. "Kiss Me Kate," which closed Oct. 21, was the last Mainstage musical of his directing career at the College. He was given a standing ovation. After over 30 years of teaching and directing plays at the college, he will retire this spring.