The drama department presented Right You Are, If You Think You Are (1918) by Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello in Avery Hall. Writing in The Miscellany News, Doug MacKay '82 praised the acting, lighting and set design, singling out for particular acclaim the production's direction by Professor of Drama William Rothwell.  "Rarely in collegiate theater," he said, "can one see a show of such quality. Rothwell's staging is fascinating to watch, especially his coupling of characters at the close of the third act.... Heads are held high and usually in profile, accentuating the true blue blood noses.  This show is a must see, not only because it is Pirandello, but also because the production is innovative, exciting and excellent."