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THE CRIMSON PLAYGOER

Well-Known Mystery Play Does Not Involve Household Pets--Playgoer Refuses to Reveal the Secret

By A. C. B.

In the good name of the Radcliffe Endowment Fund, the 47 Club is giving its second performance of "Dear Jane" tomorrow evening at the National Theatre. The first performance yesterday afternoon proved that the play is a thin but entertaining comedy that might almost be one of Jane Austen's own novels boiled down to fit the stage. As the charming authoress, Mrs. Massey carried the burden of the acting brilliantly. Miss Hovenden, Mr. Massey, and especially Miss Sibley were attractive in their respective roles, while Alexander Steinert Jr. gave a charming musical interlude on the antique piano of Beethoven. Scenery for the first two acts was good, and the costumes win special mention.

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