To the Editors of the Crimson:
Mrs. Erving Winslow is coming to Cambridge to give some readings. Mrs. Winslow earned a reputation on the stage as Miss Kate Reynolds and was for several years leading lady at the Museum. Her professional training and experience are, of course, a great assistance to her in reading plays of every kind, a degree of cultivation unusual on the stage makes her rendering of poetry delightful; and she has a particular gift for bringing out all the strange and impressive qualities of Ibsen.
Here is a copy of the programme.
C. T. C.