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The CRIMSON published this morning a dramatic criticism of the new plays given this week by the Irish Players. This review is the first of a series that will be published in the CRIMSON every Tuesday morning. Each week one, or perhaps two, of the leading new plays that are given at the Boston theatres will be treated. It is the purpose of the CRIMSON to prevent these criticisms from becoming too technical. The reviewers will be for the most part students of the University who are taking advanced work in the study of the drama, and it is hoped that their reviews will be of general interest and may help toward a wider appreciation of the best of the modern plays.
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