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Edith Taleaferro in "Rebecca 01 Sunnybrook Farm," Valen
tine Theatre, February 13, 14 and 15, Saturday Matinee.
REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM.
The appeal of a wistful girl for love
that goes out from the soul of a merry,
golden-haired girl, and is answered
by the throb of a youthful heart in a
manly breast, is the story told in "Re
becca of Sunnybrook Farm," which
will be presented at the Valentine
theatre February 13, 14 and 15. The
comedy is in four acts and is exquisite
ly, set. It is from the book of the same
name -by Kate Douglas Wiggin. The
If she had not made so great a suc
cess as an actress, it is probable that
Miss Rose Stahl, "who is now playing
in "Maggie Pepper," would have gone
back to newspaper work, from which
she went on the stage. Her father is
a well-known newspaper man of Tren
ton, N. J., and before shor finally set
tled on her own career, she used to
help about the office and write "stuff."
She learned much of acting from her
newspaper work, and she has written
of it as follows:
"The analogy between acting and
newspaper work frequently occurs to
me. My father was a journalist for
many years. He often told me that the
secret of writing is the knowledge of
what to leave out the elimination ia
the secret of success. I attribute my
first popular hit in 'The Chorus Lady'
to an appreciation of this point of
view. Before that piece was produced
I had undergone invaluable experience
in stock work, playing in many cities.
"Audiences who have been familiar
with my acting of recent years would
probably be amazed at the variety of
the roles I assumed during my ap
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play is much more than the ordinary
dramatization of a book, in that Mrs.
Wiggin has added a great deal of new
material, thereby furnishing a new
glimpse of Rebecca. "Rebecca of Sun
nybrook Farm" has no moral to
preach. It is simply the story of a
girl, and many incidents of the play
are told in a way to bring tears to the
eyes. The chief motive of the play,
however, is fun.
- TUESDAY, FEB. 17-18.
prenticeship everything, in fact, from
Shakespeare to Sardou. I am sure
that not many persons associate me
with the Cleopatra of the French dra
matist, yet that is one of the import
ant characters which fell to my lot
during my stock work. Thus I learned
the technique of my art, and when I
conceived the idea of impersonating
the 'chorus lacly,' Patricia O'Brien,
suggested to me by reading a maga
zine sketch, I called into play my
recipe for elimination.
" 'The Chorus Lady' was first used
as a vaudeville sketch, and then ex
panded into a full-grown, four-act
play, and London affected the deepest
interest in the racy idiom of its lead
ing personage. I don't presume to im
agine that British audiences under
stood all my slang phrases. They en
joyed them even when they failed to
comprehend their exact meaning, as
they do all American products, which
seem to them outre and strange. If
there is anything an English audience
dislikes, it is for an American actor
to visit London in the guise merely of
Colonial English men or women."
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The Lyceum will have the one big
rousing week of the season beginning !
Sunday next. "Mutt and Jeff" has
never failed to play a week of capac
ity audiences at everv stand. It has1
done this from the opening week of
the season and has even been com
pelled to play daily matinees, so
great has been the demand for seats.
Bud Fisher's clever cartoon conceit
has had more wide-spread publicity
than any series of cartoons in the his
tory of journalism. Gus Hill has suc
ceeded in producing a musical com
edy WOrthv of the famous nrtisMa on.
cleavor. "Mutt and Jeff" are repre
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ituants, always broke as such "graft
ers", usually are. They learn of a
rush to Nickador, an imaginary South
American country where "chickle," an
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