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Students at Loeb


The Summer School's first program intended to provide space for all students interested in work with drama and the theater is generating a tremendous amount of student interest, according to the sponsors of the Loeb Experimental Theater.

Roger D. Branson, president of the Harvard Dramatic Club and supervisor of the summer program in the Experimental theater, reports that prospective actors, writers, and production men have been signing up through the week to take part in the summer productions.

Branson will be in Matthews Hall 4 today and tomorrow to interview students interested in the program. Everyone who trys out will be able to take part in at least one of the productions.

This weekend the players in the experimental theater will present "End Game," directed by Burt Melnick. Branson intends to use "End Game" to show the capabilities of the Experimental Theater.

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