Theatre, Dramatics

Theatre, Dramatics

Theatre, Dramatics
Mirror Revue, 1933 2
IV: Student Activities
Here are a half-dozen of the best co-ed tapsters at the University of Chicago, who won places in the tap-dance chorus of the 1933 Mirror Revue. Mirror, the student dramatic association on the campus, is promising a better and more up-to-date show than has been brought to the campus for many years. Rehearsing for opening night, March 3, left to right: Margaret Holahan, Lorraine Watson, Peggy Moore, Virginia Russell, Margaretha Moore, and Betty Cason.
College theater | College students | Theatrical productions | Tap dancing
Chicago Daily News
Photographic prints; 19.5 x 24.0 cm
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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