MENORAH SOCIETY WILL GIVE LEWISOHN'S "ADAM"
HARVARD AND RADCLIFFE AGAIN COMBINE
Ludwig Lewisohn's new play "Adam" has been chosen by the Menorah Society of Harvard and Radcliffe for their spring production, it was announced yesterday. The performances of the play, to take place on the nights of April 21 and 22 in the Agassiz Theatre, Radcliffe, will be the world's premiere presentation of this drama. The play is a dramatization of Lewisohn's phenomenally successful novel "The Island Within."
The direction is in the hands of M. E. Stahl '22, a graduate of Professor Baker's 47 Workshop, and former member of the Boston Stage Society. Stahl's latest play "Dust Plus" is to be produced shortly by the Cambridge Laboratory Theatre.
The cast, which includes several veterans, from last year's production "Disraeli", is composed of the following: Nahum Winer '30, Arnold Kowarsky '31, Mary Glaser R '30, Edythe Hurwitz R '30, Miriam Ganzbery R '30, and Murray Kumlitsky '30.
Members of the Production Committee as announced yesterday are as follows: D. A. Nathans '30, production manager: H. C. Freedman '30, assistant manager: R. J. Strauss '32, stage manager: Bernice Tobias, advertising manager: Herschel Yeslawsky, Ruth Leventhal, subscription managers: Celia Stein, publicity manager: L. W. Rubenstein '30, art director: Eva Alpert, assistant: Rella Resnick, properties: Estelle Lowenstein, patronesses: Rosa Landan, costumes.