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J. David Bowen '51 and Theodore L. Gershung '54 will head the cast of the Harvard Theatre Group's production of "Darkness at Noon," the Sidney Kingsley adaptation of Arthur Koestler's novel, which was chosen yesterday.
Bowen will play the lead as Rubashov, a now useless revolutionary, while Gershung is cast as his inquisitor, Gletkin. The production will be directed by Charles C. Humpstone '53, who will also play a supporting role.
Others in the cast are Theodore W. Thieme '52, P. Michael Mabry '53, Joanna Brown '52, and John G. Benedict '54.
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