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The dates for the Harvard Dramatic Club's spring production, "Brown of Harvard," were announced last night. The first performance will be in Brattle Hall on the evening of May 11. The play will stay in Brattle Hall on the following two evenings, May 12 and 13, and then will move to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts on May 14 for a matinee and evening performance.
As in the case of the production of "Mr. Paraclete" last fall, dancing will follow each of the performances in Brattle Hall.
Work in the acting part of the production has been progressing rapidly within the last week. The number of actors has been cut down to fit the 20 speaking parts, and a definite cast will be announced immediately after vacation.
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