PUDDING PLAY OPENS BOSTON RUN TOMORROW
SHOW GREETED BY ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES ON TRIP
"Take a Brace", the Hasty Pudding show, will open its Boston run at the Plymouth Theatre tomorrow night, with a second and third performance on the following two nights; the Friday presentation being the final appearance of the season. In addition some of the members of the cast will take part in the Actors. Benefit performance to be given at the Colonial Theatre on Friday afternoon, the presentation including the "Will You Marry Me?" number from the second act and selections by the jazz band.
Tickets for the scheduled performances at the Plymouth may be procured at the theatre as well as at Leavitt and Peirce's, the Little Building, Filene's, and Herricks. Members of the Hasty Pudding may also obtain tickets at the club house on Holyoke Street, Cambridge. All of the orchestra seats have been sold out for Friday night, but a few remain for Wednesday and Thursday as well as balcony and box seats for all three evenings.
Excellent audiences, especially at the Plaza Hotel in New York last Friday evening, greeted "Take a Brace" at all of the four presentations on its spring trip, which included stops at Baltimore, Washington, and New York. On the trip the members of the club were extensively entertained at dinners, teas, and dances, given by Harvard Clubs and friends.
In addition to the four scheduled performances of the trip, two benefit performances of some of the specialties were given. The first of these was held in the Casino Theatre in New York City on Sunday evening April 15, in behalf of the Boy Scouts of America, while the second was given on Tuesday afternoon in Washington before about 700 wounded soldiers at the Walter Reed Hospital.
The particular successes of the performances included the song "Will you Marry Me?" and the specialty numbers from the third act. The singing by R. P. Bullard '24 and B. S. Cogan '23 and the dancing of J. H. S. Moynahan '24 being enthusiastically received everywhere.