The Dramatic Club will give its last performance of "The Progress of Mrs. Alexander," in Jordan Hall, Boston, this evening at 8.15 o'clock. All the $1.50 tickets have been sold, but seats on the floor at $1 and in the balcony at 50 cents may be obtained at Herrick's, at the Jordan Hall box-office, and from H. R. Bowser '12, Randolph 55 between 5 and 6 o'clock.
"The Progress of Mrs. Alexander" which was given last Monday and Tuesday by the Dramatic Club, is a farce-comedy in three acts by Miss L. R. Stanwood, a student at Radcliffe College. It is a satire of modern life, depicting the social career of Mrs. Alexander-Smith of Breezeboro, Michigan, first at Newport and later in Boston society.
During the intermission selections will be rendered by the Dramatic Club orchestra.
Printed copies of "The Progress of Mrs. Alexander" may be purchased for 25 cents at the Co-operative, Amee's, Kent's University Bookstore, the Union, and this evening at Jordan Hall.