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The Harvard Dramatic Club's production of "The Dog Beneath the Skin," a comedy satire by Christopher Isherwood and W. H. Auden, will open at 8:30 p.m. tonight in Sanders Theatre.
The play is directed by Oliver D. Stanley 1G, and Lamont Copeland '54 is assistant director. Robert T. Willner '52 is producing the play. Norman R. Shapiro 1G has written original music for the production, and Schneider's Silver Cornet Band has produced some special musical effects.
Appearing in the cast are: James K. A. Woodbury '53, John M. Kettlewell '52, Irving Yoskowitz '53, Sheila Flaherty '53, Ann Burkett '53, and Barbara Coses '53.
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