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According to word received from New York it is possible that the Dramatic Club's last production, "Mr. Paraclete", may soon again be staged, this time in New York.
Theresa Helburn came to Boston when the Dramatic Club presented "Mr. Paraclete" and attended the opening performance with a view to its potential value to the Theatre its Guild. Miss Helburn, who is at present director of the Theatre Guild, was much impressed by Evreinov's play and it is possible that the Theatre Guild will produce in some time in the near future when the Guild's three present productions stop filling the theatres.
It is not known whether the Guild expects to use the translation of W. L. Laurence, or not. Mr. Laurence, who is a former member of the 47 Workshop, has made the only English translation of Evreinov's drama which has yet been printed.
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