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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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Phyllis Neilson-Terry and Montague Love in "Adventure of Lady Ursula"
New York, March 6. No hand
somer young woman has been seen
on the New York stage this season
than Miss Phyllis Neilson-Terry, who
is taking her second fling a,t the met
ropolitan public.
The firsf fling was no longer ago
than Christmas, when the noted. Eng
lish star appeared in "Twelfth
Night" under the management of
Liebler & Co. Her run was short.
Shakespeare doesn't "get over" these
days as a writer of his talents ought
to, and Cue ..failure of the .Liebler
management also happened soon
after Miss Neilson-Terry's arrival, so
that for some weeks she had nothing
to do but admire the tall buildings
and look in the Fifth av. windows.
Then along came Joseph Brooks
and decided to give the English ac
tress a chance in something more up
to date than Shakespeare. Brooks
got as far along as 1897 and Anthony
Hope in his production, in which Miss-Neilson-Terry
has made her second
debut at the Eliott theater, being
"The Adventure of Lady Ursula," inr
which E. H. Sothern and Virginia
Horned appeared here 17 years agd.
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