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Frederic Miller '37 and Lois Hall of Radcliffe will take the leads in the Dramatic Club's forth-coming production, "Pudding Full of Plums", a comedy in three acts by Edward Eager ocC.
Miller, who is playing the part of John, acted last year in "Sarah Simple", the Club's spring production. He has acted in several plays produced in collaboration with Wellesley.
Miss Hall, as Ann, will make her fourth appearance for the Club. Two years ago she was in "Ever the Twain" and last year appeared in "La Machine Infernale" and "Comedy of Good and Evil".
The remaining male roles will be filled by Palmer Baker '39 as Tommy, John Flowers '39 as Bill, and Richard Seymer '39 as Rick.
Other members of the cast from Radcliffe's Idler Club and the parts they play are as follows; Lee Francis as Katherine, Margaret Heiman as Laura, Agnes Love as Cornelia, and Katherine Young as Alice.
Miss Francis is doing her first acting for the Club. The other three girls will be remembered for their appearance in "A Handful of Sheep", one of the freshman one-act plays given last fall.
"Pudding Full of Plums" is a "commercial" play which is being considered for Broadway production. It is a comedy of early married life concerning itself with the puzzle of compatibility amid the frivolous friends of the young couple.
The play is to be presented at Brattle Hall on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, December 11, 12, and 13 at 8:30 o'clock. A special reduction of fifteen percent on one and two dollar tickets is being made for students.
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