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PLAYWRIGHT OFFERS PRIZE FOR STUDENT PRODUCTION

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

To encourage playwriting at Harvard, the playwright Robert Anderson '39 has published a prize which will be used to subsidize the full-scale production of the original play, the Loeb announced recently.

Competition for the new Phyllis Award is open to all present graduate and undergraduate students of Harvard and Radcliffe. All standard length plays not previously produced are eligible for entry but musicals and adaptations from other works will not be accepted.

A committee of faculty and students will judge the scripts, and the first prize-winning play will be produced at the Loeb Drama Center in the 1962-63 season. Entries are to be typewritten in standard form and accompanied by an application form obtainable from the Director of the Loeb, Robert H. Chapman. The deadline for submission is Oct. 1, 1962. Additional information can be obtained from Chapman at UN 8-7600, Ext. 2668.

A committee of faculty and students will judge the scripts, and the first prize-winning play will be produced at the Loeb Drama Center in the 1962-63 season. Entries are to be typewritten in standard form and accompanied by an application form obtainable from the Director of the Loeb, Robert H. Chapman. The deadline for submission is Oct. 1, 1962. Additional information can be obtained from Chapman at UN 8-7600, Ext. 2668.

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