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Chronology: 1973
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During her second year at Yale, Meryl was featured in four more plays. She participated in the Yale Children’s Theatre production of „The Royal Pardon“, was seen in two plays by the school‘s playwrighting students – William Hauptman’s „Shearwater“ and Christopher Durang’s „The Marriage of Bette and Boo“ and played the titular character of „Major Barbara“ by George Bernard Shaw.

November 13-17, 1973
May 02 - May 06, 1973