Insufficient acting talent to supply two distinct reading groups will bring the Harvard Dramatic Club and the Veterans Workshop together Wednesday for their first joint venture.
Not to be construed as a merger, both groups explained that the arrangement merely created a pool of talent on which either organization may draw. The first reading to make use of the arrangement will be "Henry IV, Part 2" which is scheduled for the Fogg Museum's lecture room Wednesday afternoon.
The following day, the H.D.C. will sponsor a reading, the first in American, of George Bernard Shaw's latest play, "In Good King Charles' Golden Days."
The Shakespeare presentation is being held in collaboration with English 23. As a large cast is called for, tryouts for parts will be held this afternoon in Phillips Broks House from 2 to 3:30 o'clock.