Great Demand for Seats for Play to Be Given in New York Causes Change in Plans--three One-Act Plays on April 18, One Three-Act on April 19

Owing to the remarkably large demand for tickets the "47 Workshop" matinees, scheduled to entertain New York audiences on April 18 and 19, will be given at the Morosco Theatre instead of at the Little, a much smaller house, as previously announced. Definite plans have now been not for the theatrical tour. The players will leave for New York on Sunday, April 17, perform there on Monday and Tuesday, and afterwards will visit Utica, Buffalo and Cleveland. Just previous to the New York trip Professor G. P. Baker '87 will take the "47 Workshop" to Worcester and possibly to other cities near Boston for performances.

The first New York matinee on Monday, April 18, will include "Torches", a play of the Italian Renaissance by Kenneth Raisbeck '21; "Mis' Mercy', a sketch of New England seafaring folk, by Louise W. Bray, a Radcliffe student; and "Cooks and Cardinals," a farce comedy of manners by N. F. Lindau, a graduate student of the University. The second matinee on Tuesday, April 19, will consist of "A Punch for Judy", an American comedy in three acts, by Philip Barry Yale '19, a graduate student at the University during 1919-20. Both performances, will start at 2.15 o'clock.

Members of the University who desire to obtain tickets may make application direct to the "47 Workshop" in Massachusetts Hall, where tickets will be on sale for all the performances except that taking place at Utica.