In March of 1926, nine members of the Pi Epsilon Delta Theater Fraternity performed "Tweedles," a comedic play written by Booth Tarkington. Butler University lacked many facilities at its Irvington location, including a theater so local productions had to be staged in IPS #57 at 5435 East Washington Street. Tarkington, most known for his novels, authored several plays. "Tweedles" centered around the character of Julian Castlebury who visits a tea room. Hilarity ensues. The play was directed by Claude Sifritt and was a student production. The cast performed two shows in mid-March and provided a perfect date night for Butler coeds. It is not known if Mr. Tarkington attended the production.