May 18, 1907
In what was becoming a tradition, the Fourth Hall production by the Philalethean Society was by Shakespeare and was performed at night on Sunset Hill. “The sixteenth century setting” of Twelfth Night, The New York Times reported, “was adhered to as closely as possible. There was no scenery, and placards announced the changes of scene.”
Inez Milholland ’09 portrayed Hermione “with skill and success,” and her sister Vida Milholland ’10 “was excellent as Leontes.” Gertrude Taylor ’07 was Florizel, and the role of Perdita was played by Helen Hart ’07.