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Dramatic Club's Fall Show To Begin On Wednesday Evening

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The Harvard Dramatic Club's fall production, a double-feature bill consisting of G. B. Shaw's "Man of Destiny," and "The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife," by the late Spanish poet-playwright Frederico Garcia Lorea, will be presented Wednesday through Friday evenings at Brattle Hall.

Featuring Miss Priscilla Patch and Jere Shechan '43, the Shaw one-actor is directed by Leonard Kent '43. Set-designs are by Rollo Thompson '43. The Lorea farce, never before presented in this region, co-stars Miss Priscilla Free man, who is making her farewell appearance with the club after several years of notewerthy performances, and Robert Keahey '45. Directed by Ted Squier '43 and Bob Netley '43, the play will have sets by John Holabird. The Dramatic Club in returning to Brattle Hall after an absence of six years.

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