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The Loeb Experimental Theatre will present the second American production of Wolfgang Borchart's Outside the Door (Daussen vor der Turm) in an original translation by Clayton T. Koelbe '64 and Peter T. Hoffer, Columbia '64. Koelbe will direct the production in connection with the Loeb's Directing Seminar Program.

Like most of Borchart's works, Outside the Door concerns itself with the problems created by World War II. Koeble described the play as "an expressionistic drama, a criticism of a man who is over-romantic in his expectations of life."

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