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Dramatic Club Joins With Barnswallows to Give Play

"Let Us Be Gay" Will Be Presented in Wellesley March 21 and 22

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Joining with the Wellesley Barnswallows, the Dramatic Club will present "Let Us Be Gay", a comedy by Richard Crothers, on Friday and Saturday, March 21 and 22.

It will be a feature of the Wellesley formals at 8.30 o'clock at the Barnswallows Hall, with dancing on the second night.

The list of characters is headed by Paul Killiam '37, playing the part of Bob Brown, and David Parry '38, who will be Townley Town. Other members of the Dramatic Club in the cast include Valentine Chapman as Wallace Grainger, Philip Baker '39, as Bruce Keen, and Theodore Strecter '36 as Whitman.

The outline of the play revolves around a triangle plot among Kitty Brown, played by Jean Miles of Wellesley, and Bobby Brown, and Dierdre Lesving, played by Emile Dreyfus '37.

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