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PLAYS ON VIEW
Dramatic and Musical
Productions That Defy
A?tv. x "rk's many
their doors for
tne ? to be no
abatement in th? shewn in the
mu-MCHl and dramatic productions that
?me (1 n,"?
remain open and
encea of thi? kind.
and Mari;. ?'? farce, "Twin
? run of tl
e to morrow
ductiona of "/ .-? have
rty that has come into
?arce, ' A Full II'
? ! rol .-," in th" i
?lie New A'
rs iind .
? ? lively en
' '-.v Kelly :
' r his '
? er con
? ? audiences are moved |
afternon and evening.
oling a, . aratus which
actual'. eraturc at fi.r>
New Brighton Theatre.
.1 Holiday !
\i'W Brighton Theatre.
A .11 1'.'
"Hriktht I ? Man
?. n material.
He v.i 1 '?
younp lohn Hyams "".I Lelia I
?I of My
? r mil
??cal fs . II. i
-.. [.lay i
i and enables both principals to give
their ?ingiiv und dancing specialty,
Sum and Kitty Morton, who will have
a place aanong the funmakers, nr?- w.>il
known In vaudeville, and for tW? gen?
erations nudiences bave laughed lit
thrni. They will appear in their orig
i inal vehicle. "Back to Whir?? They
. ;." which recall? then- beginning
thirty four years ago.
?A satire on the present daneina
: ontiti. 1 "The Red I'.x Trot," will ierv?
to p] , . cotl and her eom
pany. In a diverting way the ?rror of
1 their actions ?- pointed out to you'ig
visit the trotteries. i he
Empire Comedy Four, inlio Ravi
1er for fifteen years, will provide
their usual ?mount of mirth and mel
o'!\. Bin! Monroe and Mack, reunited,
will i ? York ap?
n?e nt the New Brighton in an
As a special attrne
Wlll mark th?
Of Mile, lteitiee?
with Gene ; . a novel dance
ption Several other koth acts
complot?- the bill.
HAVE SOUSA'S BAND
Bandmaster Will Direct Music
This Fall at the Utrge
Charles Dillingham las! week gava
i tut the first hint of his plan.- for the
A SCENE FROM "NOBODY HOME."
Drawn at the .Marine Elliott Theatre bj Lambert uucnther.
Ripcodrome, whi-n he announced that]
lohn Philip .^ousa to ?
The i en early in
to ? tiarv hu!';
? . general
Mr. I1 idea of n great ban?!
. i thi trica : ? ? formance
t roblem of ?riving
an auditorium i
immense proportions of the Hippo
Nothing as radical nnd pre
n attempted in
. or abroad.
The accompaniment thnt Sousa's
?? ill en ? to the Hippodrome
? ill he only a small part of I
ind evening, incidental to ?
? . : erformance, are one feature
of the ? .drome, will contrib- '
itions of his own, and |
arc being planned,
I opera stars will appear
with the hand.
Mr. Dillingham intends that music i
ore prominence thai.
? in the I!ippodrome snow -,
of Si lea ns director of i
the music is in keeping with his plan \
to maintain a "national institution."
A BENEFIT IN LONDON
"Potash and Perlmutter" for
Fund for Blinded Soldiers.
The gro s receipts of the 600th per
formance of "Potash and Perlmutter,"
at the Quoi
tre, London, on June 24, says "The Pall
handed over to
Pearson's Fund for Soldiers
? 1 Through the War. The gen-1
? the pt ect were
undertaken by La
Und? a powerful con-.'
re staff of actors ?
gave their services free. Among I
present at the performance weri
Grand Duke Michael, Countess Torby,
of Marlborough, the Duchess of Rutland, I
? land, the Duchess '.
? s of Sligo,
Chamberlain and Sir Edward Carson.
"Look Who's Here" Closes.
Because of the short time interven
ing for extensive alterations before the'
taon begina, "Look
Who's Here." the midnight production,1
with Chapine, has ended its engage
ment at the Forty-fourth Street roof.
Paul Benedek, the eponaor for the en?
tertainment, has announced that he
will reopen the roof garden early in
the autumn with a musical production
imported from Paris. To hous?' this
offering properly, it was decided to
?of immediately and under
isny necessary alter:.
Mr. Benedek leaves for France in a few
? ,1 v.iil make known the name of
?..m as the
final legal steps are taken._
Harris- "Twin Meds."
( ohan "It Pays to Adven
New Amsterdam "Ziegfeld Follies."
.- Show of
"A Full House."
iui.it,. "The Babbl?
Follies "Ziegfeld Midnight
BROADWAY STARS IN
THIS WEEK'S FILMS
Faversham at the Strand. Dan?
iels at Vitagraph, (iriftith
Drama ?nt Liberty?
\\ i" ! i\ srsham, the distin
I guifhrd dramatic itar, will visit the
; Theatre to-night, where he w|i|
msclf make hi? film debut In Sir
Oilbert Parker'? 'The Right of Way."
, He will be accompanied by Miss Jane
i Grey, who li also In 'he photo drama,
ind M - .lube i Ipp ' M11, Pavei
; The production of th? made
at Tin. tup i, the exact locale
! of the piece, and required ten weeki
?The picture wa staged by John W.
Noble, i- pi. .it' '1 by the Rolf?
, puny ?ml it said to ha? i i
I An entiri ? acted on the
; Mad River, and later horned t" the
ne of the mo?-?, thrill?
Foui hundred men. two
hundred women nnd n number of clnl
dren ?ere used in preparing th'
? ?! of the novel
The second instalment of .'?
worth's Big Game picture? is alfo on
the Strand* I ?veil ui
itional studies, a new
I opical Re
i view In the m i ? gramme w'ili
be Victor II? i
* Fantasie," by the orchestral Beverly
v, who will sing the I!
carolle from "The Tales of
frank Dai el?, I .11 who h
?i h? wai
?t urn s
I) road u I me it is
? en that he mal bow, a
lire in which he 1
? he Vitagraph Th?
11 t coming week. "' rooky "
ti ? ; .cinlly for ' li by Pi
'?'? ? ; rodnced und?-*- t
of C. .lay Williams. I- tel
of "Crooky," an escaped con*.
. w?n I thy ra
trives to relieve h : m of all i
??ml clothes, and even !
"?"rooky" is then taken in by a brok
wl " 1. . for a ?leal, and
introduced to an old maid sister. SI
to make love to him while tj
? ?un tries to make a tone
Finally he sty ai
retur: own accor
In th? rt M r. Daniel?
field for tiie exercis of his ?nimitab
?, and he ii ipported by Han
.'''.'i?v, ( ... and o'hi
"The (;. :
now being shown, is atmthi
feature, ami in Chapter '.i commeiu
th?- really big scones that sh
futur. *).- angel froi
I?. W C,riffl*h's spectacle, "The Rirt
of ? Nation," has start?-d in upon th
fifth month of it.^ run at the Libert
Theatre. Summer weather has
ently not Interfered with Its popularity
e playhouse is kept at an evi
temperature by special mechanicnl at
merits which do not mar tl 1
..ii of th" wonderful
massive pictorial production o
stirring incidents in American h i s tor
remains the motu potent offering of th
run nt the Liberty, Mi
? . ? tailed a second 1
ton Beach Music Hal!
where visitors to the si 'rt cat
see the picture without hurrying up
town. 'I dis : - the : I
? two summer 1
HARRIS HAS NEWCOMERS
Irene Haisman and Reginalc
Denny Now in "Twin Beds."
A dainty young Fnglirh girl.
wealth of ?
dramatic work, Mis? Irene Miiis
man, is now at the H?-:?.J of th?
pre tnting "Twin Beds" at the
Ilarr.s. MiSI Raiiman lias *??)????
Madge Kennedy, who p hived the role
durinj This is her
first appearance m this city ir
of consult rabie proportion. Reginald
I.. 1'enny has replaced .lohn W
He is an Inveterate ..'lobe trotter, hav?
ing plavtd here and i.broad, nnd is
,-i'ird of his leading won.an.
Min Haiiman, too, hai trave
? ly, nnd, besides her varied work
she was a member
ward? .1 Comedy Company,
she h a, China and
Japan, with the Bandmann
Company. In th? I ?
lend m "K *ty Mackay"
and ether production!. Her charming
interpretation bidi 'air to extend the
run of "Twin B<
at Schenck Brothers' ?'. I ades Arnuse
? of amusements and 1!
A novel wat? r il 'i ar?
ranged in the surf bathing natatorlum,
in whu-h high an.'. ('a I
u.u.1 .. ,?.a'..? sathusiesti ii announced
M ??ne of the tentures, aside from
Special arr?na;??men?s will be provid?
ed for the bench tanjro parties, ami
some of the outdoor fren ??tractions
will include Foremand and Burke in s
' darin?/ double slide for life, the Sin
troupe of aerial artists, Aithur
Holdan, the inch ?li\?r; Gordon's dog
| ?tul monkey ?how, FrHnk GoodalO, de
trating bomb throwing from n
Zeppelin, and n preteattoue ftreworki
day in the evening.
Specie] srrsnirements for basket
parties have been provided in the
continuous bund concert ard
dancing in the air ditnce pavilion are
other amusements to be found at the
resort atop the Palisades.
BITS THAT HAVE
MADE ACTORS BIG
How Ann Swinburne and
Blanche Bates Heard the
Knock of Opportunity.
When Opportunity comes to an ac?
tor's dretelna room door, his knock is
n ually the lichtest of taps; only the
players of keen hearing r?
summon:. The writer in "The Theatre
for July goes on to SS) :
rae iverage actor la completely misled
by 'he stillness and the smal?ness of
Opportunity's voice. Indeed, the voice
! is usually abused as anoth? r effort on
the part of Stage director or produce?
to rail plaver'i nativi
and to rei tricl his di ipahili ?
?' the actor oi
? or true genius rece
fact ' ' eh make ar?
\ g womnn had her ear to the
le when Opportunity made I
round of ? - teidam ". '
Now York, in t of 191 '_'. An
tar" revival of "Robin H.I" I ail
been in rihr.it siil for
table grand opera celebrities as Holla
Alton, Florence Wickham and l I
iiantvni.it had been engaged for the
more conspicuou h ile Walter
Hj de, Edwin Stevi
Froth in j ha n were names well known to
plaj goers and w< ted to share
the famou i Mel ; opol il m
birds ? of the opening i
So confident were the producers that
the encores for these principale won;.I
the performance to extend well
? re hour thai
the star" diiector w icted to
eliminate from the score the one mu
seal number allotted to tl
el, which ? I -: to he < mir
? raeth e hut ineonapicu
singer. The stage director, having
more sympathy than is a
? d to individuals occupy: I
on, delayed breaking thi- s;,,| news
to the young actrei H di tided to
wait until the opening nigh
her, thus giving her tht> jo
pation as long as possible.
On the - ght Oppoi I
made sport of tl director ai 1
distracted hi? attention ??? I
details lust at the moment whei
unknown yo i playing Annabel
went before th" footlights for her one
song. And the audienctt forthwith be?
came a elarjui lurid by Opporl
. ' d just twice a.
encores as the songs of any of
the gran I opera stars. The bit hn?l
made Ann Swinburne big. In the fall
she was given the leading feminine role
?lint of Luxembourg,"
last December her name was bis
as the star in "The Madcap
VVhi Frohman annei
last spring '
ed thi t thai
venturess rele in "The Great
. hit m
? as al
lowed ''i play it for one n ghl only.
Rumor had it at the time thi
jealousy was responsible for
Mi.-s Batei'a immediate with Ii
inch? Bates was qu
tess DeWint? 1 hree
Musketeers," and her Cigarette in "l'n
of Hav id Belasco " 1. of the
Iden West "
"Nobody's Widow' and "The !..
\\ hen "Liberty Hall" was produced
. many years ayu the cast fairly scintil?
lated with : uch distinguished oai
Henry Miller, I :
| len, R . ?I. i romp
ton, Jameson I.ee Fir.nev and W. H.
Thompson. After the 1 -manee
a n? ?
wort; son, as the
result si: her irresistible chara.'
on the America:.
TAXICABfl IN 1711.
Something owr a coupk- of can! il
ago t' lb was
. remarks an exe! ange. An a?i
? ?" o' January IS, i~'- :
an1er the ' ' '??r
den. a chariot was on view that ?
turning and reversing, and could |
soaily -.. oa level ?luand, I
42d St. W. of Broadway. Twice daily, 2:15 & 8:15
Evening? & Sat. Mats. 25c-50c-75c-$1.00 & $2.00*
NIGHT AT 8:15
TWICE TODAY (SUNDAY)
248th to 262d Performances in New York
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
8T^ WONDER 1 WORLD
8 MONTHS TO
TAKLN FROM THOMAS DIXON'S "THE CLANSMAN."
Cities built up only to be destroyed Ford's Theatre reproduced for the Biggest Battles of the Civil War
Wonderful Artillery duels in An orchestral score of 40 syn- Wild rides of the Ku-Klux Klans
which real shells explode be- chronized to several thousand for which a county was corn
fore your eyes. thrilling scenes. mandeered.
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VOICE CULTURE DRAMATIC TENOR
C un-il? Hill N Y.
Mm. \ M VlR?ill., I?lr.?l.i- II U 7<l s?
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TEACHER OF PIANO AND VOICE.
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