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Brattle Theatre Enters TV Field


The Brattle Theatre will enter the television field Sunday when it presents the first in a series of 13 scheduled shows over WBZ-TV. Program time is 4:30 p.m.

Jan Farrand and Robert Fletcher '45 will star in the soap opera serial, which is entitled "That Young Couple." Other members of the company will appear in the video production.

The telecasts will be directed by Brattle's Albert Marre; scripts will be written by a New York writer. The shows, sponsored by the Boston Consolidated Gas Company, will be unique in this area. Eventually to be beamed all over New England, they will be received only in the Boston vicinity for the present.

The television venture, according to Brattle officials, is part of an "expansion program" for the theatre, which includes road trips for Brattle shows. The current play, "King Lear," intended for tour, has been held over in Cambridge because of the record-breaking crowds it has been drawing.

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