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‘Daughters of Atreus’ Will Open at BU Theatre Today Robert Turney's “Daughters of Atreus” a reworking of the Greek legend from the feminine angle, will open for a five-day run at Baylor Theatre today. “Daughters of Atreus” ran on Broadway in November and December of 1936, and at the close of its run it was selected as one of the “ten best plays” of that year. Thom Feuerstein, director of the 4Kiss of Death’ Suspect Sought In Amarillo AMARILLO. Feb. 4 — UP — A woman who resembled the German play, completed his B. A. degree in the spring of 1952, and is at work on a masters degree in drama, under the direction of Paul Baker, chairman of the department. Upon completion of his thesis work, Feuerstein plans to teach drama in the high school and do community theatre work. When he first came to Waco he helped start the CYO’s annual play. At Baylor Feuerstein has worked in various capacities in such plays as “Green Grow the Lilacs.” “Gramerev Ghost,” “The Answer Is Two.” “All My Sons,” and “Liliom.” He is best remembered remembered for his title role of “Dracula” which was produced last spring. “Daughters of Atreus” opens Thursday and runs through Feb. 10. The Thursday, Friday and Saturday Saturday performances begin at 8:15, while the Monday and Tuesday shows begin at 6 p. m. Tickets . .. . . . are available at the Baylor ticket war bride wanted for questioning 0ffjce^ ancj reservations mav be about the “kiss-of-death” killing of > made by calling 3-4511, ext. 304.