A student group, the Harvard Summer Players, will present four plays in the new Loeb Drama Center from June 28 to Aug. 19. The founders of the group--Joel F. Henning '61, Charles Hayford '63, and John D. Hancock '61--have assembled a company from among hundreds of applicants auditioned here and at Yale Drama School, Columbia, Princeton, Sarah Lawrence, and Boston University.
The season will open with Shakespeare's As You Like It; Anouilh's Antigone will follow on July 12. Both these shows will be directed by Hancock. Shaw's Misalliance will open July 26, and will be staged by Joseph D. Everingham, M.I.T.'s director of drama. The final production, to begin Aug. 10, will be a rarely seen Brecht play.