The Loeb presents the first in a series of staged concert readings tonight, an adaptation of the Agamemnon tragedy written by William Alfred '31, professor of English. Daniel Seltzer, assistant professor of English and acting director of the Loeb, will direct the production. There will be no admission charge for the performance, in which David Stone '64, Paul Schmidt '65, and Frances Gitter '65 play the leading roles.
Alfred's Play at Loeb
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