Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 4, No. 5. June 6, 1941
However, in spite of these remarks, John McCreary deserves congratulations of a sincere order for the way in which he dealt with a large and inexperienced cast, with only a few stand-by from past years to help him, and for the manner in which he threw a big show together in very limited time.
Congratulations are also due to Doris Stephenson, a more than capable wardrobe mistress, who made nearly all the costumes herself, and to George Eiby, whose properties were not only adequate, but in many cases beautiful. The Confucius set sticks in our memory . . . but there was also the Wooden Horse.