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First American performance of Gluck's "Alceste," a tragic opera in three acts, will be presented this evening by 130 members of the Wellesley Choir and 32 members of the Leverette House Glee Club.
More than a third of the undergraduates are involved in the production including the Wellesley choir directed by Edward B. Green, the college orchestra under the baton of Malcolm H. Holmes '23, the Baruswallows Society and a group of ballet dancers.
Joseph Lautner from the Westminter Choir School of Princeton and Dorothy Baker, soloist at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York have leading roles. Soloists from Harvard include Fred Rogesin '30 as Thauatos (Death), Herbert Moss 2G as the Herald and Heracles, James L. Morrisson '38 as Evander, and David MacAllister '38 as Apollo.
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