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MacKAYE TO GIVE LECTURES TO CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL OF DRAMA

Famous Writer is Harvard Graduate and Governor of School

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On Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Harvard 2 there will be a lecture by Perey MacKaye '97, who will speak to members of the Cambridge School of the Drama on the subject "Steele MacKaye and His Contribution to the Theatre of his Time." On Tuesday at the same time and place he will speak on the general topic "Playwriting". These will be the last lectures in a series of talks to the School by members of the Board of Governers.

Since graduation from Harvard. MacKaye has become one of the widely known playwrights in America, and is the author of over 20 plays pageants, and books on the theatre. His best known plays are "A Thousand Years Ago", "The Scarecrow", "Mater", "This Fine-pretty World", and "Kentucky Mountain Fantastics". Of his books on the theatre, "Epoch The Life of Steele MacKaye" is his outstanding product

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