George Sklar to Speak

"Current Trends in the American Theater" will be the subject of an address by George Sklar, co-author with Paul Peters of the revue "Parade," at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Phillips Brooks House under the auspices of the Harvard and Radcliffe chapters of the National Student League.

A graduate of Professor Baker's noted school of the drama at Yale, Sklar became well known when one of his early plays, written in collaboration with Albert Maltz, was banned in New York during the Tammany administration because of its expository nature.

Sklar and Peters have enjoyed considerable success with their recent play "Stevedore," now playing in London.