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Head Tha Tribune _ Emitloynifiiti Airem'y I
f if >? ?'11 nant tu get in tuuch with
Tiiiipytiiiiiiiliiilaililaiiiiii.
"Clair <le Lune,"
With Barrvmores.
Seen at Empire
Fitful Play by Mirhael
Strange B r i n g s Wrll
Loved Starn Back Io Our
Slagc After att Absetice
TUK CAST
Tho Courl
r'i" Queen.Ethel Barrymore
Tho Duchees of. Benumont,
\ Intri Kemble Cooper
Prinr* Charlea of Vauelttsclfenry l>:mi"'i
I.ord Arrantnn.U.-vv Ooohrano
Tho Mar?nila or Trola tHourfiB.Dcnnls King
Mr. Pynge.7. :;. Do Wolfe
Mms. Chevcntx.siitrley <,;ni<>
Lady Brawford.Inu Rorke
Lady Janny St. Wyntja... .Bottv Carsdale
A Minister of Stato.Albert VTovoli
Chiffon, a maid.Henrjetta Qoodwyn
Plcoolo, ii lackey.liuv Standing fr.
I'hedro, the court etewa'rd,
Herbert tirlmwood
The Mount ebanks
Ursua.K. T.yall Swoto
, a;..lane Coopor
An Indian elnve.Olga Borowaka
Drummer boy.!>c Loylo Johnoon
prummer boy.J(v,.,.v A,,?..,
uwyiuplane.j0hn Barrynjoro
By Heywood Broun
Spot any playwright two Barrymores
and he can hardly fail to bring somo
brilliahce into the theater. There waa
fitful lightning in the Empire last night
when Michael Strange'a "Clair do Lune"
was produced with Miss Nthel Barry?
more and .lohn Barrymore in two of the
leading roles. All too many finor plays
have fared worse. It does'not seem to
us that "Clair de Lune" is good enough
to deservc a Barrymore. And yet it is
only fair to say for Michael Strange
that she has not tried merelv to hitch
her wagon to her stars. The best part
in the play fails to neither Barrvmore
but to Miss Violet Kemble Coop'er. If
wo had any confidence in our ability
to tell a player from hie part we might
even nasard the opinion that the best
work ol the evening was that of .Miss
Cooper but it is more than likelv that
this is because of the fact that the best
writing has been done about her
it seemed to us that Michael Strange
was far more interested in tho crea
tion of certam moods than in toiling
a story. She has. tnerefore, set an
enotmously dimcult task for herself
and m part she has succeeded. ln par
ttcular, she 1ms devised a most thrill?
ing entrance for .lohn Barrymore To
br sure it derived some of its excite
| ment from the fact that a well-]o\od
i Player, long abseni, came back to our
stage. He came somersaulting. But
there was presmt, too, shrewd schem
i ing on the part of the playwright to
find ?nd set just. the moment and tho
? niood. There waa n (ine entrance also l
\ for Mi.ss Ethe] Bai-r.vmnr.i-, who.looked
more beautiful than ever before, bu I
(he credit for this fact wo sunposc
niustbc shared hy Miss Barrvmore and
God, without much reckoning for I
Michael Strange.
.Again John Barrymore'a first scene
"as in it. gnpping suspensc. We see
him dancing masked <ind we aro proin.
wed that when the mask drops there
?>H bo a s.ghf of fascinating horror.
Ii this respact the actor ha-d?? nlava
he author quite fair,' Hc haa'slished
his mouth a little wider into a mi
gestion of a set smilc. but countenanccs
tar more fearsome are in tho dailv ex
penence of US all. After that it d'id
noi seem to ub that there was any verv I
great demand upon the powers of tbe!
Uv? f,ar^ or 0PPOKtunit.v for them.
John Barrymore, to be sure was en :
lisfed for the best scene <,?' \h(, pi;lv ??
tho siriking love episode in tho bed-!
room of the D'uchesa. Hore came the
great surprise of the evening. ln thp1
love making Mr. Barrvmore was en-;
tirely the se'eohdary ligure. The dom-'
uiant male was quite obscured by the
dommant female. The surprise was all i
the more startling from tho fact. that.!
Miss Cooper seemed to approach her
scene with the greatest trepidation. |
I'uiing the prelimiriary maneuvers, in I
which two maids in waiting removed
I her stockmgs, the young Anglo-Saxon!
actress seemed about as happy as a1
niariyr with his lions and less inspired
But once in a robe and slippers she
| easily assumed command of the scene
j which was written entirely in her
I favor. Barrymore was a man with a
! deformed and crooked mouth, but aside
, from that he was presented as the
! most simple and conventional of lovers
i ihe. Pucbess, on the other hand, was a
; lady deformed of soul. Her fantasies
; of mind scarred the imagination much
| moro deeply than the face of the
; mountebank. Cast as a mcre runimr
j up in Wickedness, John Barrymore was
! enormously curtailed and Miss Cooper
made the scene her own from begin
i ning to end. * h
! . L"tor,'" the third act, during the
j death of the blind girl whom hc loved,
j Barrymore played with eonvincing tcn
; derness, but this has always seemed to
? us among the lesser notes of his acting
| range. His is not a flaming part. and
| we found no moment in the evening
I when he burned.
Asfor Miss Ethel Barrymore, she ac
[complished easily tho regal air rC
quirad of her. To her fell also some
, smart Inios and of course she made
them tell. But of all the Barrvmore.,
she is the one who can most perfectlv
Play a scene directl.v for the sympathy.
of an audience. Pit her i? a Vh.sh
wilh John and Lionel for this emotSn
and at the end of the second act anv
house would gladly lynch the brothers
for her sake. Of such stirring appeals
she had none last night
j Concerning the plot of "Clair de Lune"
t u?l "euces8ary to say very m ,"h
' I u^8 Tthp gPnornl Sfl,f>"" Of "The
Man Who Laughs" in concerning itself
with a man whose faco has been di
| formed into a perpetual smilc and the
|bhnd girl who loves him and who has
: no knowledge of his hideous deformitv
: lhese two mountebatiks, are plunged
; into the dirty intrigues of the court
and their eventual escape to peace lies
through death.
? More detail we cannot give. One of
ithe characters in the play remarks.
i R?rlf?e ^ ra,n Mn fal1 i( iR neces
i 7i . Jhp mi8t t0 e&ther," or,words
i o that effect We think Michael Strange
has been a little too intent on assem
, bling the mist.
L Tr?uofI,the sccnos arc fl?m designs'
i by John Barrymore and are unusuatlv
interesting, as is the boat scene of E
: Lyall bwete.
The audience was large, brilliant and
: socially elect. It behaved like the very
I devil. ?
The Stage Door
Among thoso who attended th.? onenlnc
performance of "Clnir do l.uno'' last nlcht
?*ere Mi> Oliver Harriman. Mr. and \hs
Don Barber, Profeuaoe lieorp.- i- na"ue'r'
Judge Morgonthal, Anlhony Dreiel r,,i
?ll-*, Colonel Studebaker of rhi-.?'
Major Whttelaw, Ur. W eat lake Mr and
! Mrs. Oelrlchs, Rawllna Colt'enel ' Nfi
; l-yuigp lloyl, Mra Arlhur Claflln' Mra
Van Renaselaej- Klpg, m,-. 8nd Mrs. Khn
nmker. Mr. aml Mra. Preston Qtbaon \ft*t
Mrs. (ortlandi pRlmcr, Mr. and Mrs ii.r
"Ile.v, .lohn Jay Chapman, Willlani Nel
?on Cromwell. H>ancia i.. Wuraberu Mra
Uouglas Cox, Mrs. Biddle'Puke Mrs ll'
C. MoniM. l>r. i.. i? Danforth, John Drew'
S\m. John Devercaux, Mr. nnd m,-? i.ionei
Rarryniore, Mrs. Charles Fliik and ('hnr1
'ti Irnont DaVla.
Walter Hampden, in "Macbeth," opena
hia N'<-w York engagement nt th- ftroad
burst Theater to rdght.
Hugo Rieeenfeld 1ms made tho muntcal
sottiiiB for "J'AcRUfle," tlm Continontal
tiim Mare Klaw, Inc, will ahow eurly ln
M a y.
John TTallldny Hnd Krnost t.iwford have
...... eiifacoit for 'The Circle."
On ihe Screen
EIt*ic Ferguson at Her Best in
Rialto Prcnenttttion of 'Safred
aml Profano Love'
By Harnette Underhill
Aprii' refuses lo laugh her girlish
laughtcr; our new satin coat trimmed
with monkay fur isn't very becoming;
wo lo.st. an important note and wasted
ten hours looking for it und didn't find
, it; we have ncuritis terribly - but we
also have Klsie Ferguson. She is at
: the Rialto iu a -picturo cailed "Sacred
; nnd Profane Love," and it is the tirst
i time we have seen her in more than a
year. When we had her all the time
| we sort of got used to her nnd didn't
| reali/.e quite how splendid she was,
but flaahing on our mind as she does
J now, we know that she ia, without any
I reservations, tbe linest aetrcss on the
j snecn. She has style, poise and bear?
ing, porsonality nnd beauty of form
j and cxpression to a greater degree
; than any other act ross we know. ,
It is probnble that with some one
else in the leading role we should not
huvo cared for this picture, but ns it
is presented it hoJda us spc'lbound.
Miss Ferguson is Carlotta Peol, a young
girl who knows nothing of the world
until one night she runs away to hear
the great pianist, Kmilie Diaz, falls in
love with him on sight and passes the
| night in his apartment. When she
refcurns to her own home in the morn
| ing she ftnda that her aunt is dead. so
that the explanation which she had
concoctcd was not needed. Carlotta
goes through life carrying her secret
with her, and it waa many years before
she and Dia/, met again.
Conrad Nngel is cast as Diaz and his
make-up, as well as his perforninnce,
is remarkable. Neither in looks nor
geslures did he in any way suggest
tne bloud and youthful Conrad.
Thomas Holding playa Frank le
j penlove, Carlotta's other lover. But
I Mr. Holding ns a hero has never been
| very convincing to us. He seems, al?
ways, too good looking and to con
scioua of it. As the music publisher
| who deserted his wife for Carlotta
j and then upbraided Carlotta for it ss
he look his own life he is more ae
i eeptable. He seemed like that sort
| of person. Helen Dunbar and-Wini
ired Greomfood play small parts. Both
! pf them are killed off before thev
, have gone very far.
j We missed Miss Fcrguson's per
i toi-mance when sho appeared on the
stage ni thc Arnold Bennett play, but
we heard that she was cbari?ing,'beau
tifnl and wore exquisite gowns. All of
these things are nlso true of her in
her screen appearance. Tho picture
is a William 1>. Tavlor production,
presented by .Adolph Zukor.
.''? ''? anniversary week at the
Rialto. rhe ovtrturo is Liszt's Sixth
Hungarian Rhapsody; Sergei Rach
mininofV's wonderful Prelude is ren
clcrcd on a mecl.anical piano, but it
has the novelty, of showing Itaeh*
mtnoff on thc screen playing svn
chronously. Edoardo Albano sings thc I
prologue from "I Pagliacci."
"The Sky Pilot," direeted hv King
Vtdor, produced by Cntherine ' Curtis,
released by First National and written
hv Ralph Oonnor, ia at the Strand.
Now pictures of Canada or the Westl
which show cowboys nnd tonderfoots
(or ia it feet) who, beat Ihqjn al their i
own game; and Little Nclls with wicked i
liermit fathers, who are roiormed wheri
the hero, who has been plottecl against, i
rescues the daughter and carries her,
apparently dead, to her father's hUt,
and good men who stand up nt Ihe bari
and say ,,J*1I take nlain walcr, please"
and then rjot advis-d to "drink it and I
like it" by a tough-looklng customcr
who lays his hand menacingly on his
gun?these pictures,. we say) always!
bore us so w-e do not know whether!
"The Sky Pilot" is a good picture or
not, but probably it is, because every
one says so. This we do know?the
photography is beautiful and there is
one scene where the hero nrevenU the
beroinc from being tramplod to death
i by thousands of wild steers which is
[-rierfectly thrilling. Wc nevor saw nnv
! thing just like it before and it. looks
| to be real! ir so, what made John
. Bowers or Colleen Moore think that
they would ever live to do another
I picture? Even if they earn as much
J money as we think they earn, wc would
j not change places with them.
\ John Bowers is always attractive
j even in such a cut-and-dried part as
a preacher who can shoot and ride and
| light, but Colleen Moore is too delib
j erately demu.rc; we refusc to forgive
her. Her features are not beautiful
enough to be so distinctly outlined
with makeup, for many a plain girl has
made herself irresislible on the screen
by saying "I'm not a beauty and Pm
not trying to make believe that T
nm. But please like me anyhow."
! David Butler, as Bill Hendricks does
j exceiient work.
I The overture is "Pique Dame" and
i m 'commemoratioh of Shakespeare's
j birthday there is a picture called
"Stratford-on Avon." The malc quartet
is heard in the prologue to tbe feature
pieture. Larry' Semon is seen in a
. VMtagraph comedy', "Thc Hick".
"Mother Eternal" is the name of the
hateet picture which [van Abramson
ha3 made lo entertain and instruct
| the public. It is being presented at
, the Casino Theater. Mr. Abramson is
j an artist- when it comes to choosiiig
title? with a distinct box office value,
i and he has not erred this time. Vica
j rious parenthood is thc fondest thin!;
J New Yorkers are of, to borrow from
j Ray Octavus Cohen. Vivian Martin is
J seen as thc mother. She. plays well at
all times, but in thc second part of the
picture. when she was supposed to be
about fifty years old, her, make-up was !
terrible. She looked at least ninety
e.ight. Thc cast is good. Earlo Met- I
calfe was too self satisfied as thc
philanthropic. doctor. Mr. ? Thurston
Hall and J. W. Johnston and Jack j
Sherril and Pearl Shepherd were all I
more than adequate.
The h-appy ending, of course, seems
a bit ?illpgica] and sugary. ln it the!
millionaire forgave everybody and was i
apparently about to invjte everybody to I
como'andllve with him. He wa's a
gpod-natured man, however, for he
never said a word when he saw the
mother eternal walking out of the
house in his dead wife's moleskin dol
man and her satin slippers with dia?
mond buckles. lt didn't have a thing
to do with thc plot, but we couldn't go
on and enjoy the rest of lt until we i
Cpund out where she got them. Luellal
Parsons explained to us that Jack I
Sherril! had lent them to her to wear
after he rescued her from thc river.J
Mr. Abramson wrote and directed the'
picture himself and he has done well,
Of course, it proves that poor people
are always more noble than rich ones,
but tho rich ones may conxc to see tho
light. The musical setting is elabo?
rate. It.was done by Dr. Anselm Ooetzl,
also the prologue in which a pleasant
young woman sings Mr. Abramson's
lyrics set to music:
4Aida' and 'Carmen' Sung
Last Time for Seasou
"Aida" was given for the last time
this season at the MetroDoIitan Opera,
House yesterday afternoon, with Miss'
Mu;'.io. Mf. Kingston, Mr. Didur and I
Mr. Amuto in the cast. Miss Perini!
was an unusually picturcsque Amnerisi
and sang with custom_ry intelligence |
and authority.
'Ihe season's last performance of
"Carmen" was given m thc evening,
with Miss Farrar in tht title role. Mr.
Martinelli as Don Josc made his last
appearance of the year. T_e others in
the east included Misa Bori and Mr. De
Luca.
Galaxy of Star Acla
On the ISew Palace Bill
Sallie Fialier in Clare Knmnicr*
Playlet, and Jack Rlowe, of
JSlraw Hat Famr, fnnlurierl
There are many star acts. on tho bill
at tho Pnlaco this week. Htollie. Fisher
is appearing again in "The Choir Rc~
hearsal," the musical playtot by Clare
Kummer, which, 1 iko Miss Fisher h?ir
sclf, remains as popwlar as ever. Jack
Rose, with hla irresirttiblc nonsense and
inexhaustihle supply of otraw hrts,
would have walked nway with lhe
honors of a bill boaetlng fower high
lights of vaudeville.
Robert Kmmet Keatto nnd f'laire
Whitney havo a oncaet play, caLled
"The (iossipy Sex," which provides
them with excellent material. Their
performance yesterday was agreeably
smooth nnd noticeably free from the
hurried diction and lack of repose'that,
mnr so many sketches. Keane was
especially good in the character of the
male gossip, which ho played with. lin
inhod easo.
"Tn.vie," the hrindle bull tetrrier
which has been seen in moving pic?
tures, with his traine.r, Kd Allen, gives
a performance as unlike tho ordi.nary
dog act as can be jmuglned, and one
that is thoroughiy enjoyable.
Mollie and Charles King have joined
forces for a brief engagement and
present an entertaining brother-and
sister act of songs, dances and imita
tions. Billy B. Van und James J. Cor
bctt are giving the travesty they have
lnbeled "The Eightconth Amendment."
and the Ford Revue, with Roy Barton,
the Astor Sisters, the Southern Sisters
and the Trado Twins, Ryan and Bron
son and Anderson and Yoel, complete
the program.
4Mr. Pim Passes By' Goes
To Henrv M13ler Theater
J Theater Guild'g New Produe
lion, 'Liliom," Will Open
at the <iarriok
"Mr. Pim Passes By" was trans
] fcrred to the Henry Miller Theater
j from the Garrick last night, to make
' room for the Theater Guild's new pro
; rluction, "liiliom." There are some
changes in the east. Kenneth Douglas
I appeared as Ceorgo Mardon, Herbert
I Yost as Mr, Pim nnd KatliHrine Stew
j nrt as Lady Mardon. Dudley Digges,
9BH
Rrskine Hanford and Helen Wentley,
whom they replace, aro to remain nt
tho Unrrick with the new piece. Laura
Hope Crews continucs as Olivia Mar
den in "Mr. Pim." Phyllis Povah,
Leonard Mudio and Peggy Harvey
ulso remain in tho east.
ln more commodious quarters Mr.
Pim passed, llko Pippa, to the ubu*1
applnuse.
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AMKRK A'N fOHRMOKT TIIKATHEM AND HITS. DIBW'TION (?'' 11,1, AM> f. ,f. sm IIKHT"
THE WINTER GARDEM'S
Greatest Laaghing Hit!
mssuk SHOW
OF 1021,
rrMoiiMm willie & Eugene Howard
VARIE DRCS8LEB?200 OTHERC
?VCS. *:!... MAT. TO-UAT, 2:15.
CENTURY THEATRE t*f^?
EVG9. AND SAT. MAT.. iOe to ?MJO.-POp"
?AM, STAIl U?t ln 44m Mupor K|wt,?.|.?iMA7
IN THE HIGHT WATCH'Sr i
"*" AMBASSADOR *!}&?!S?fiS:
with FBF.I)
IIIIXKIIItAND
THE ROSE GIRL
LAfT V/GIK*
JflHK DRIHK-WATEP?
MARY$?U4IIT
RITZ
RI Iflil *l-thi Went of n'ifu. Bt??. ?;80.
DltfWU MatlnivN Tu-mV and 8at., 2:30.
?)RiT0BICMSTI=lfg
A COMEDY OF PARI8IAN LIFE.
Ma.ta.Wtd. * Sat.. 2:30.
Sent ation of New York, Paris A Madrid
MONTH
SPANISH
LOVE
SEDUCTIVE MUSIC BY JACQOET
ALLURINQ DANCES BY LOS CARITOS
Thn Greateit Navalty In Yoftr*
"HOLDS AUDIENCE BREATHLE88.
?Eve. Sun.
THEATRE Wtst 45* St
tv5.830M?t&Wrt?S?t2*30
OPENING TO-MORROW
"LILIOM"
Hy F;tn* Wotfiar.
A THEATRE GUILD VrorliKilmv
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DOB'S KEANE HOMAHCE
^OlhCt n,.a . K. >t lV>*.~ Br.JtS
HOlllOU Matlnei-s Thum tivl Ss
WH. A.
IlllADY'H
,*<-BROKEN WIJM
KKB THE CRaJHINO AKKOli.ANE
To-nipht at 3:20
at tbe Broacihurst
Walter
Hampden
Macbieth'
the courtesy of arri'ing
by 8:20 is suggested.
BOOTH
Aruss
ISth, W?tt of R'ttat i
1 I"LGRE?
SELWYN THEATRES
\V. !? st. Bry. 23. B?s. 8:M
Mata. Wed. an.l Hat.
'THE
L0NGACRE
GRANT MITCHELL chaS
"THE FUNNIE8T PLAY IN TOWN." Sutl
3UflDI B1YF*? Tht>?..1?.W.ofB'T. Bt.*?:?D
MVEGHOH/
ELTINGE **&? --^-4M^ -^ ?4?
MATX;' WKH. ?*!.j SAT
WMiti:iM:n
;:;, The Right Girl
?*'Vr*^v..,?/??_V()A
Times Square Thettre
*'-t S?f< |i.W
SS? *% ""'' '? >M?*
JOAN OF ARC
{ stikrinc: | DRAMATIC SENSATION OF THE DECADE |EXcrriwci |
MARGAR^ ANGLIN
With HENRY HULL
"MAGIC
IN IT"
? VToolleoit, Time*
SHUBERT THEATRE
EVCS. 83?l_MATINEE?
"TOMORROW and SAT. 2i*?
Mftta. Tliurs. A.SiU.'
Miss Lulu Sett
I3IST PfcRFORMANCETO-NIGHT
FTII TOM w- 4?,h Hi ^e* 8:80.
>* vajbesi ?n(er Marfnm?TJ;'E'vi,s
304TH PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT
(REPUBLIC. W. 4*2 St. Mat*._W?l. 4_Sat^ SjgO.
?RACK I.A RIT fi*Kl
HA1.K HAMII.TON
Mhis. wed. & sat.. Z:3n.
DEARME
/mtti.r *?c /** r aO-nr*?
fTRKATRK Krs. ft-.-n ?* * CUl
IWest 44 St. I Mats. Wed., Tliur?. < S?i ?> -O
FRAZEE
VTesl 4?n.l Sl. l.Tftilnus ?>. ?:S0
HV.I. xiui Sat. at. ?:S0.
in "SMOOTH
AS SILK"
- ?to
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WKE DWLY-A15EAT5 RESESVEO
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PRINCESS ^^^^^i;
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wltii "HARLE8 GILPIH
OJ^F^'REIIT KSLttS
PLYMOUTH ^^SSS
LITTLE OLD NEW YMI1
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44WSTTHE AT R E
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D.W.GRIFFITHX
MASTFRPiECtV
syMPuof-r c.W?s wa ?&&$)
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"Holds your interest from
start to finish" Mowican)
DI W. GBIFFITH
PRESENTS
DREAM
STREET
' Griffith's sheer genius
revealed again (TtUgrm)
CENTRAL THEATRE
Broadway ?t 47* Street
Two Shcwi DaUy
Curuina 2:1 S nnd 8:1$
Lmked Fngngemtnl
"ihcatrcs under 'he direction'
of Hugo Riesenfeld
"The Love Story of Anne
Boleyn and King Henry VIII
"Proved to bc one of the i
most fascinating and con
vincing pictures I have ever j
seen. All thc details were
so remarkable. Take it all I
in all, it was a marvel of ;
cnergetic labor and research.
Altogethcr, 'Deception' may i
bc set down as something dis- |
tinctly unusual and gripping." \
Alan Dalc, A7. Y. American !
A Paramount Picture \
AT THE
RIVOLIj
X V B'way at 49th St.
Continuous Noon to 11:30 P. M.
m
S A LT 0 Elsie Ferguson in
TIMES "Saered & Profans Love."
SQUARE Famoua ItUiLo (?rdioslra
TIMES SQUARE
Fourth Week
SIR JAMES M. BARRIE'S
"SEHTIMENTAL
is the seventh wonder
of the film world, and
one forj?els what the
other six wonders are
in viewing it. In its
line it i-i thc outstand?
ing film achievement
of the yeac."
?Neiv York Herald.
A Paramount Picture.
Continuous Noon to 11:30 I*. M.
StranD B
RALPH CONNOR'S Famoua Novel,
The SKY PILOT
A Picture nf tli?- <Jrc?t Outdoora.
First National Attrostion
LARRY SEMON COMEDY Z?,
STRANI) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
HIPPODROME, THIS SUN. EVE,
/ TETRAZZINI \
1 TITTA RUFFOJ
^ Two World Famous Sinr<-m W
IN SOIX) AND DUET MMBER8
Tlckets %\ to $3.50. at Box Offlce Now
Mgt. S. Hurok. 47 Weat 42 St. (Knube.)
NATIONAL SYMPHONY '
artur BODANZKY coH?_tr<__
r.A.K^'EalE ! ?AT. AFT.. APR. 23. 2:30.
HALL I Tl'KS. KVK.. APR. 26. 8:18.
SU DOHNANYI BJ&
SUNDAY KVK.. APRIL 24. at 8:15.
LAST POP. PRIO-J CONCERT (2Ge to $2)
bolojst MAN HOSKN Vloltnlat
TchaikovsIty-lVagner Program
THB KKABB IS THE OFFICIAL PIANO
AEOLIAN HALL TO-NHJHT AT 8:15.
LAST CONCERT THJS SEASON
Beethoven Association
Julia Culp
Bauer
Kreisler
Gabrilowitsch
NBW YORK'S LEADINt. THEATRES ANU BUCCBSSbl
CMDIDE B'way * -ittli Kt.. V.n<. *; si;.. i New iw
-inrllli. CriWT MAT. TO,MORROW a( .''IV !
lan. En. 8:15 MaU. Wed. * s,
?"'?-' IS?i^_lEp_??ow::TO5
BARRYMORE ''M^"^"
??CLAffi de LUNE" '? ZIE6FEL0MIDRI6HTFROLIC
___________ -._?!-__ j On^Roef Shew ln T?v?n: Dancing at U,?
BELASCO _r?.4^.Su^.t,*.::1i_
Lionei Atwill Deburau"
LYCEUM
IHA CLAIRE
Tlifalre. W. 15!ll Sl. Bfjj. 8:20.
Malluee* Tiiurs. kihI Nat., _:_u
"THE GOLD Bjr^
DIGGERS" liopwooj
GAICTY, IVv ? 16 St. Mal
Wed. & Sat
r_u
IIW
DIM PASSES BY
rllflnf.n,.y Miller'a Theatre
NOW
CLARC KUMMER Preaenis ROLAND YOUNO la
ROLLO'S WILD OAT S::
EVERY EVE. & FRI. & SAT. MATS. 4.9tb 8t
HENRY M!__ER'S^,E<SJ,
Bros. S:R0. SlnHnrr^ Thyrsdaj and Patunlu, : M
H__ PIM'l^SESBY
'vith I.AIHA IIOPIJ CREWS and NotiM? C_
'VPCOHAN'?
riica,. B'vilsf". Bo.
lu.Wed.ft8it.__.
LAST 2 WEEKS
.OtTO _2_l&VS.
a_F~LAST 7 TIMES
tiEORGE M. COHAN'S COME0IAN8_
17_T_il ; -_i'J
PUNCH &_ JUDY-SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY
^-'i ____ __ e,1_J_1l__-__:3? _?f' & *>IASat,11A.M.
MIXED MARRIAGE %?V_flS
MANHATTAN M^^Ve^lafa",.^^
BRINGING UP FATHER seVshS*.
_WT 3.000 tiEATB AT SI.QQ. "JK
MRFRTY iVest 4: 8t- ETenuiBS at 8:18.
LIDCnl I Pop. Mata. Wed. ind Sat. s_tt
MiTZI
ln the musical comedy hit, "i.udy Billy"
Best Seats To-mor'w Mat. $2
CTHEATK
Ljgr-UD%^f^T,U_?r^_?I
g__M_gil
MR. p|U PASSES BY
?? r 1171 Henry Miller'
s Theatre
NOW
_!_' PIM PAS3ES BY UrtUf
? ???"iic-nr.v Miller's Theatre ?'',,
HUDSON 5S*?S?__a_8
AUGUSTUS THOMAS'
NEMESIS
^ NEW AMERICAN I'I'.'.M*.
Mamjirm..nt. ,,f fiEORCJE M. COHAK.
Witli EMMETT CORRIGAN ? Ci-IVE TEU
%?VK | M*'l;. Wed. ?ud t?H. WEEK5
inPEC OMY HEARTTrT
MLAW *_-. -
FRANCIN_>
of B'way, 6761 Bt*_
,lal Tn o'lrall*
tfkUaeea _?_??. _'J f
"UP TOP" __"?H
CLOBE. b>S?. 8:15. IfaUaeea _?_'_ _'J
t|,, DnafljB 811
AUCTION
SALE
of Seats ??* Boxes
GLOBE Theatre?FRIDAY Aftn, Apr. 22 V
EQUITY
ANNUAL
SHOW
(Httasard Miort, f.en'l Ma*e I>ir*rt?r)
(U>_t_y of tliarles B. Illlluxsham)
BV AI,T, STAR AITTIONEKRS
DAILY PROGRAMME BULLETIN No. 3
"WALTZ MADNESS"
MISICAI, COMEDY REVIKiV
MAKU___UT_ SY_V_
TF.SMA KOSTA | <.UACr, I.ARI'B
MAY VACDAIN 1 ADKI.E HOHIVM)
MVIKNNE SKt.Al. I BKIJJS STOKEi
JXIJAN K_TIN__
and 300 Leading Actresses and Acrors of the American Staf?
_1FTY DRl.MMER G1RI.S AM) HHAHS I1AMI
Musical JHre<-t?,r VKTOK BARAVAM_C
TCOCITV AXM'AI, SHOW? MKTROTOI.ITAN OI'KltA HOI >K _
*il NOAY EVEMMi, MAY lat. WATCH THI8 ADVKKTISKMKNT DAILT
METROPOLITAN 8SES
J.AST WBKK OF OFK.KA SKAHON
WEO. at 8, ANDBE CHENIER. Mdilo. I'e
riui: Gifil, Daniw, Ananiaii. Ua.U-<Morau/otil.
THURS. at ?, IAZA. Farrar. Howard: t'rioil,
Dr I.uca. HaiU. Ananlan--MoranwDl.
FRI. at 8. GALA PERF'CE. *.'il Act BARBER
Of 8EVILLE. Chiue; li?rkett, Ue Luca. Didur,
MalatesU. Coronation Seene B0RI8. Didur.
l'.mla. lat A<*t TOSCA. Muc'o: f'haiuleo. Huoltl.
b'acrhanale SAMSON ET DALILA.
SAT. MATINEE ?t 5, LOUISE. Farrar.
Bi-r?l: Harrold. Itothlrr, Dla*-Wolff.
SAT.. 7:15. Vor.. Pricea, LOHENGRIN. Ka.-ton.
l.'Uu??n;Klrip>toit.\Vhlirl)l|i.?;>>??iif?>!i.IladBiiil.<.
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE:
FRI. MAT. (?1 to Jl). BOHEME. B-rl,
D?lauiwil?; lilall, ("iialro*r?. V'.eeo. Martliio?1'aui.
HATtDMAN F1ANO USED.
AKOLI AN HAIX, Sat. Evg\.April 23, at 8:15
IULIA CULP
To establiHh Children's Mbraria* *
Betftium and Fraixo
Miss Janet Richardi
THE TOWN HALL*
Friday. April 29th, at 3:30 o'clock?v*~
.'- ii (>.
The Harding AdiniiiistTttJOB
Tlftketa ?-;.oo. |l.?e, V n** mM
On t*\e, at 641 M*di?"n Av-nUJ ?T
Vcx Ofllce. Town Hall. 113 *?** *'" *^"
New York City
Aeolian Hall. Hatnnla.r Aft.. April **? **J
Saeond Recital of BrilllUn PUnlst. w ,
OSWALD ^
M*t. L-oudon Charlton. autturaj^f1 *3i
/-* olumbia jT?fh!rrr*^

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