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Cast and chorus tryouts for "On the Level", 1937 Pi Eta extravaganza, get under way in all earnestness this week as the Fraternity Theatrical Company prepares for its annual Spring production on March 25, 26, and 27.
Richard R. Flood '39, manager and publicity director, said last night that an additional performance may be staged in Boston, with the others taking place as usual at the Club House off Boylston Street.
Author of the current show, successor to the 1936 "Fifty Grand", is Frank M. Bosworth 2L., Alexander MacW. Clark '38, Pi Eta president, and Henry W. Russell '37 will assist Flood in management and general supervision.
To date, parts have not yet been assigned. Twenty men will draw speaking roles while the chorus is scheduled to include a similar number.
Robert L. Strider, Jr. '39 is working on the musical score which will include eight or nine tunes. Paul G. Anderson, graduate member, will again do the directing, while other officers in charge number John F. Bowen '39, program chairman, and Edward M. Thayer '37, ticket chairman.
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