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"The Impostor," a musical comedy in two acts, will be presented this year by the Pi Eta Society as its annual play. The book is by J. L. Hannan '12, the lyrics and the music by H. W. Cheney '12 and R. L. Blaikie '14, with additional musical numbers by D. N. Tweedy '12 and D. H. Bigelow '13.
The first performance will be for graduates only and will take place in the club theatre on April 8 at 8.15 o'clock. Evening performances at the same hour will be given in Players Hall, West Newton, on April 9 and in Cummings Theatre Fitchburg, on April 10. Public performances in Cambridge will be given in the club theatre on April 25 and 26 at 8.15 o'clock. The play will be presented for the last time at a matinee in Jordan Hall, Boston on April 27 at 2.15 o'clock. Tickets for the Fitchburg performance are from 50 cents to $2: for all other performances they sell at a uniform rate of $1.50. They may be obtained from D. H. Bigelow '13, Box 73, Cambridge or at Amees or Leavitt and Pierces.
The action of "The Impostor" is laid in the mythical kingdom of Tulane. The cast follows:
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