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a - - 137thSLY.W.To Be Scene of Little Theatre Closing The Harlem Experimental Theatre will close its work for the season with the production of Thornton Wilder's "Queens of France'' and raul Green's "No Count Boy" at the Y. W. C A. auditorium, 144 West 138th street, on Sunday afternoon, June 25, at 3:30 o'clock. There will be guest speakers prominent in theatrical fields, including Juano Hernandez,! creator of the radio character John Henry, and Alston Burleiigh, whose most recent success in the theatre has been with "Kun Little Chillun." ! Queens of France." a Creole play of New Orleans in 1872, is being directed by Harold Jackman. Its cast includes Dr. Lawrence Irvine s Monsieur Cahusag, Gold - ie Whittington as Marie Sidonio, Regina Andrews as Madame Pu - geot, Inei Wilson as Madamoiselle Poinlevin, and Alta Douglas in the part of an old woman. Mrs. Andrews who, . is the executive di rector of, the Experimental The atre, and Miss Whittington are both known to Little Theatre pa trons for their performance with the Experimental" group in the past Mrs. Wilson played in 1 he Ureen Pastures" during - its New York run. The cast of "No Count Boy," is headed by Emmett Lampkin, who is also directing the play. He is supported by Miss Whittington and Robert Dorsey. Mr. Dorsey has been in several plays and has designed all of the sets used by the group. Mr. Lampkin is a member of the "John Henry" Radio Production Cast, and was formerly with the Cleveland Gilpin Players. There will be no admission charge. II

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  1. The New York Age,
  2. 24 Jun 1933, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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