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Satire To Be Presented at Peabody Playhouse December 15 to 17


Sheridan's "The Critic" will inaugurate the Dramatic Club's thirtieth season when it is presented at the Peabody Playhouse in Boston on December 15, 16 and 17.

The casting has not yet been completed for the comedy of manners which will be presented in modern dress for the first time in America.

The Production Committee is headed by John Barnard '39. Walter Webster '39, is Business Manager, Irving Chase '39, Lights, Robert Woodward '40, Properties, Max Kraus '41, House Manager, John Flower '39, Stage Manager, George Stansfield '40, Costumes, Paul Morgan '39, Carpenter, L. John Profit, Program, and William Hartwell '40, Assistant Stage Manager.

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