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Rights to present Ferene Molnar's play, "Olympia", have been secured by the Harvard Dramatic Club and the Radcliffe Idler, it was announced last night by H. F. Hurlbut '51, president of the Narvard organization.
It is planned to present the play in the Agassiz Theatre at Radcliffe on the week end of the Michigan football game, on Thursday and Friday, November 6 and 7. This will be the first time that this play of Molnar's has been produced in Boston or vicinity.
The production this fall will be coached by Robert Marshall IG. who has had wide experience in theatrical work. Active work on the play will begin this evening. At that time, candidates for acting, subscriptions, publicity, staging, lighting, property, and costumes will report at the Phillips Brooks House between 7 and 9 o'clock.
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