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The Eliot House Drama Group yesterday announced Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus as its spring production. The play, which is Shakespeare's earliest tragedy, will be directed by Daniel Seiznick and Roger Graef, and produced by John Elliott and Eugene Pell.
The performance in the Eliot Arena is tentatively scheduled for March 22-27. Casting will be done in the first week of February.
Last fall, the Drama Group presented Oedipus Rex and The Critic; Hal Scott played the lead and D.J. Sullivan directed.
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