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"47 WORKSHOP" PRODUCTION

"MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVE" INAUGURATES NEW PLAN OF PROFESSOR BAKER'S.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The first public performance of the "47 Workshop", "Molly Make-Believe" will be given in the Agassiz House Theatre at Radcliffe College this evening at 8 o'clock. The play is a four-act comedy by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott Coburn built up from the novel of the same name.

The "47 Workshop" was founded to present the work of students of Professor Baker's courses, English 47 and 47A, with the purpose of rounding plays into their final shape. The plan proved so successful in the private presentations of "Molly Make-Believe" that public performances were determined upon. Tickets for the play are on sale at 50 cents, 75 cents, $1, and $1.50 each at the Co-operative Branch, and at Steinert's on Boylston street, Boston, or at the door.

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