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D. M. Oenslager '23 has been chosen again to execute the designs for the 47 Workshop play, according to an announcement made yesterday. The new play, "Pirates Paradise", which will be given January 26' and 27 in Agassiz House, Radcliffe College, is a romance of the present day and was written by P. F. Remers '16, with three settings, all of which are located on an island of the Bahamas.
The first setting is a large room, whose walls are of rough, heavy plaster; the next is the stronghold of a smuggler band; and the last an ancient, tropical garden. The color scheme of the sets becomes more striking, until the garden furnishes a brilliant climax in bright orange and violet. Restrained realism is the purpose throughout.
Miss Hatfield of the 47 Workshop is planning the costumes for the play.
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