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Broadway Actress Selected For Title Role in Alcestis

Dorothy Sands, Radcliffe Grad., Began Career in "47 Workshop"

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Dorothy Sands, Radcliffe '15, an actress well known on Broadway, has been selected by the Poet's Theatre to play Alcestis, the Thessalian queen who gives her life to save her husband from the vengeance of the gods, in their production of Euripides' tragedy.

Miss Sands started her dramatic career acting with the Idler Society, the Dramatic Club, and the famous "47 Workshop" here. Since then she has attained considerable popularity for her monologue impersonations of Mae West and Mary Pickford.

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