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Chronology: 1974
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Starting her final year at Yale, the drama department put Meryl Streep in a staggering 13 productions at the Yale Rep and the Yale Cabaret. In the season’s first half, her performances ranged from Irish drama – Sean O’Casey’s “Cock-a-doodle-Dandy” – a French brothel fantasy – Genet’s „The Balcony“ to Shakespeare’s classic „Much Ado About Nothing“ as Beatrice.

February 21-28, 1974