Mr. Day, the New York architect, who is to have charge of the stage setting of the English Play, arrived in Cambridge, yesterday morning and with Mr. Baker made the necessary measurements for the construction of the extension of the stage. Mr. Day expressed himself as satisfied with the possibility of transforming the Sanders Theatre stage into a very fair reproduction of the Elizabethan stage. Mr. Day's interest in this production of the "Silent Woman" is not, as has been stated in the papers, a professional one. He is simply interested in a private way in the development of the stage and of stage architecture and has therefore kindly consented to give a great deal of his time towards making this revival of the "Silent Woman" a success.
The returns so far from announcements sent to the teaching force of the University seem to indicate that the audiences at both the afternoon and evening performances will be large.