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CHANGE IN LIST OF PLAYS

Scenic Difficulties Forces Dramatic Club to Substitute Two New Ones.

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Owing to the difficulties of scenic production it has been found necessary to substitute new playlets for two of the four already announced for performance by the Harvard Dramatic Club in the week of May 5. The pantomime, "The Romance of the Rose," by J. S. Hugh '13 and W. F. Merrill '13, and Percy MacKaye's New England sketch "Chuck" will be dropped. In their places will be acted "The Three Strangers," an adaptation by Leonard Hatch '05, of Thomas Hardy's like-named story of Wessex, and "Ygraine of the Hillfolk," a poetic drama by R. E. Rogers '09. The first tells in humorous, racy and exciting fashion of the escape from prison of a fugitive who is to be hauged for the theft of a sheep. The second is a story of revenge set in the Viking days with an injured woman as the central figure. The dates of the performances remain unchanged.

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