SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1932. Volume 3. Number 3.
The activities of the Dramatic Club have been necessarily restricted owing to the production of the Capping Revue, no readings being held during the past month. However, a syllabus for the year has been drawn up, and, when printed, will be distributed to the students.
The next reading will be on June 10th, and the play set: down is "Mud and Treacle," which was considered for production last year. At present the work of the new committee centres round the annual production in the city. The choice of play was made after much deliberation and consideration of the merits of other new plays, the task of selection being, a particularly difficult one. This year the Dramatic Club will present "Mr. Faintheart," a romantic comedy by Ian Hay. This presentation should prove very popular with the Wellington and student public, as Ian Hay's work in the field of dramatic comedy is very favourably known. The production of the play is in the extremely able hands of Miss Mary Cooley, whose talents in this direction need no introduction to the play-reading public.