Radcliffe's Idler makes its fall debut tomorrow with the presentation of two contemporary one-act plays. Tennessee Williams' "At Liberty" and Christopher Morley's "The Rehearsal." The dual offering goes on the boards in Agassiz Theater at 3:30 p.m.
Pat Troxell, Radcliffe '49, will direct "At Liberty," a work by the winner of the 1947 New York Critic's Circle award. The Workshop has brought in Mary Manning Howe, known throughout Cambridge and Boston theater circles, to handle its second presentation.
No admission will be charged for the performance, which will be open to both Harvard and Radcliffe students.