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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1916.
TALES OF THE THEATRE LADIES
Patishma roi.i.iNin:, tin- tic
llBlitful "(il.nl dlrl" In "Polly
nniiii" ul tin- limit-on, Is prob
in My t u only iictrcM now iippr-nr-JnR
In NVw York who lm ac
tually muuil i'vi ry part In whl-'li
has pbiypn The pn-lliiiiimry train
ing In hl.uk rntiipanli'H anil tin- re
lentless Klinil of "urn' nlKlit Htinul"
tours which nrr timinlH- tin- portion
of the yonni; titul anitiltlotis nctrrH
havo had no p.nt :i the utaKo earerr :
of Mix Pi.IIIiikc.
Ilrr llf.it nppinriincn on the Mukc
was In ii tiny part in tho orlKlnal
production nf Ihc "VI..iril and tlu-
Olrl," a coinli' opi'i-n In which Sam
Bnard was tin Mellnr luminary.
Then rntnc tlir rrtittloii of a small
part In the Aiturlcnti proilurtliin ol
"Tho Mliio lllrd" nnd fotlowInK this
he pl.ivt-il tin- Itiiportnut roln of
Youth In tlm orlKlnal production of
"JCvorywomnii." H.r (finish charm
and bVaiitv wi-rr wiilcly commented
upon when this rather obvious mix
turo nf simple syinloll-iu mid sentl
rncntnl theatrlcallsm whh llrst re
yealixl to a nietiopohtan audience.
That part i stabbsla d Mlm Olllnite
n vounu actress to l" seriously
reckoned with, licr next part was the
role of .ljiiv In the revival of "The
Henrietta." Inasmuch n the old play
had been revised nnd rewritten co that
only the skeleton of the orUlnal re
mained Miss OIIIiw Insists that her
appearance. In this role wan really the
creation of a new part.
Then came the cteatlon of the lend
ing roles In "He Comes I'p SmlllnK,"
which enjoyed but the briefest of
runs, nnd "The tfhow Shop." .lames
Forties's satire on the "show biuincss."
And after that tht re was "I'ollyanna."
which Miss Collltmc. played In Chicago
and l'hlludelphla last season and In
Which she ! now Imparting Kladness
at tho Hudson.
Just after her llrst appearance in
Chlcaco In I'ollynnna" she received
a cablegram from Alfred llutt of lm
don oITerliii; her the pa it of I'd) In tlu
Iondon production of "I'ei; o' MJ
Heart." I.amette Taylor had Just
announced her Intention of returnlnx
to her native heath nnd had sm-'Kested
MIS.S CollltW as n successor. Of
course the hitter refused the offer.
Kxen had she not Just achieved success
ns I'nUimuna she would have done ho,
If one may believe her own story.
"I would never think of playinu a
part which had lioen made positively
brilliant by the playlnw of Miss Tay
lor," slid she the other nlKht. "My de
sire Is to create, not to copy, A Kreat
many actresses, some of them kiiuI
nates of musical comedy and promoted
chorus Klrls, did piny Vtg with sreat
and each wore a crown, for each won
the ruler of some principality.
Tho HcrmltiiKc Is so arranged that
after n performance an Informal sup
per may be served. The walls are
covered . with Flemish masterpieces
worth millions of dollars,
Another unique ISusslan playhouse,
where I'avlowa Iiiih appeared Is the
famous Oreek theatre at l'etcrhnf,
twenty miles from lvtrni;r:iil, Tho au
ditorium portion Is hulll on n small Isl
and and the stone Is built on another
Island. Tho orchestra Is hidden from
View bv a mass of trees and failure
success, but what tins necome 01 no mini it loomed on a pontoon. Tins
of them but two or three? They hav J theatre cost more than n million dol
sllpped' back Into the ranks of the lars, for the lako and waterways sur
uroat unknown simply because then: rnundlnir the auditorium nnd staRc are
wi re no other parts fntlcncd by n Krcit. artificially made. U has been nearly
actress for them to play." ten years since the last performance
j was Riven nt IVterhof. It costs more
Cathleen Nesbltt, who was nppcnrlntr than Jton.000 to prepare the theatre
as The Ihu'iuhtrrof lU'Pcnlinait In for n performance.
"Hush!" nt the I.lttlc Theatre, made p.ivlowa was the llrst professional
her llrst appearance In this country to appear on the 'itime of the National
with the Abbey Theatre Irish Flayers j (irnnd Opera Monro nt llavaim, Cuba,
some few seasons iiro. j Tills theatre cost I I.IHId.ni) to build
"It Is a pity that this orKanl.atlon nnd Is Jointly owned by some 30,000
has been dlslnteKrated," said Miss N'ts- siockholdeis.
but iliirlni: n chat between the acts ( Hut In nil her brilliant career Fav
the other nlisht. "Of course tli war i Jowa says she neVr appeared before
Is responsible for the breaking' up of mote nppi relative audiences than those
Vaudeville and Burlesque.
PALACE There will be two
full performances at the Palace
on election ninlit. Hurt Levy,
son of the cartoonist, will llu'h
the returns ami cartoons on the
screen. Nan Halperin. character
siiiKcr. will head the Palace bill
for the week. William H.
Thompson will present n sketch
by Tom Onllon unit Leon M. Lion
called "The Interview," which
inn !!flO times in London. Bent
rice Heicfoiil will present her
characterizations of feminine
types. Montgomery, Perry anil
White will present the comedv
"Two Bachelors of Art"; Gus Ed
ward will present n "Sontr Vett."
Others at c French and Eis. Hale
and Patterson, Pilccr nnd Dour
las and the Lovenberi; Sisters.
COLUMBIA A new version
of Barnev tierard's Follies of the
Day called "Hot Doc; or, What
Does the Public Wnnt?" will bo
presented at the Columbia thi
week. A burlesque of "The
BoomeraiiK" will he included.
"The Four Dancine; Bricktops"
nnd the "Four London Girls"
will appear amontr the vaudeville
specinltie. The cast includes
Geonxc P. Murphy, Gertrude
Hnyes, Chester Nelon, John B.
Willie ms and others.
COLONIAL Cecil Cunning
ham of Gilbert & Sullivan fame
is tho headliner of the Coloninl
protframme. A musical sketch
called "A Little Speculator" is to
be presented by tn'orjru hitiiiK
nnd Sadie Burt. William Gibson
nnd Texas GuitKin will appear in
Willard Mack's new farce called
"Honk-IIonk-Maybe."
LOEW'S AMEKICAX Nat
Carr, jus-t back from Europe, will
head the prouramme at the Amer
ican Theatre in a new mono
logue. Others on tho proRramme
are Walter S. Howe in "The
Lucky Bet." the Three Marimba
Mnnincs. Hoyt's Minstrels, Little
Lord Hobert and others. In ad
dition there will bo special feature
Bictures with June Caprice and
lorothy Gieh.
a company that rcnll produced tine
thltiKS In a line way. Most of the boys
are now, I believe, at the front Dent
ine for Kneland: while the women
of the company are appearing In every
F.tiKtlsh spcaklUK quarter of the nlobe.
Miss Alluood, who was so well llkril
here In the Fnlted States, Is now In
Australia."
Miss Nesbltt says that her favorite
role In the repertoire of the Irleh
Flayers was the heroine In Synge's
piny "The Well of the Saints." al-
whlch have pai ked the Hippodrome
since her opcnlnc In "The Sleeping
lieauty."
THE LITTLEST THEATRE.
though she liked "DelrdriV almost
equally well. In this last play she
wore a wonderful costume, the nrleln.it
design for which adorns the wall of
her dresslne room at the Little Theatre.
Thr Plans for tlie Little Pnrtiiinn
It'll Pill) liiiiiar,
Stuart Walker's Fortmaute.ui Is so
portable that It w.ll be set up and
taken down aeaiii for each of Its per-
Thlrty-nlnth Street
j formances at the
and
"Pld you ecr try to scream.
couldn't? For me," says
Maude, "the most illltluult
in 'Faeanlnl' was at the end of the llrst
act, when I have to scream. A lone
scream, say when Induced by sudden
pain, Is Involuntary, I suppose--automatic.
To scream onco In a while,
when one sees a mouse, for Instance,
conies naturally, but to uncork
men pitched diminuendo scream at a
theatre. It is so complete and so
heavy that on the road a sixty foot
baeeaee car Is required for the the
atre, scenery, oistumes and properties.
Thus the I'm ttnantoau eon eive a
complete performance In any hall. bull,
room or auditorium, provided It has a
celllne seventeen fet hleh and Is
Margery .w-enty-llve feet wide, and can nccom
moineiit otlate nn audience, (if kite the Port
manteau has outerown ballrooms and
eymnaslniiis. i lt'. llrst performance
was elven In the eymiiasium of Chrl.
t.idora settli ini lit house here In New
York.) Seventeen hundred elrls saw
the Portmanteau In .John M. flrcene
Hall at Smith Collet;., lust week, and
U.OOn unilcrgraihln'cM Wlll view It In
mime, havlne continuously neen nci-
Ine under the samo director tor a
year. Including the summer. In August
the thentre, the troupo and the atneo
crew all went to live at wyomine
iN, Y near Ilochcster, na tho guests
of Mm. Coonley Ward of New York
mid Chtcneo. Performances were
given every day. The company in
cludes Gregory Kelly, McKay Morris
Florence Wollcreon, Nancy Winston,
Willard Webster. Gertrude Davis, Kd
L'ar Stehll. tw Mcdbury, Judith
1-owry, Ward Thornton, Agnes Hogers,
Hubert Cook, Frank Zlmmcrcr, Olt
ruda Trlsjanskl nnd Dorothea Cn
rothcrs. Fourteen nlaya. Including three by
Lord Dunsany. will bo given by the
Portmanteau In New York. The ur
rjngement of tho bills for the first
three weeks at tho Thirty-ninth Street
Theatre follows:
First week, ls?glnnlng Monday nfter
ncon. November 27, nt 3 o'clock, on
Monday. Tuesday and Frld.iy, "The
Gulden Doom," bv Lord Dunsany
"Nevertheless." an Interlude before the
curtain, "Voices," by Hortense Flex
tier, and "Six Who Pass While tin
Lentils Holl," by Stuart Walker. On
Thursday morning (Thanksgiving) and
Saturday morning a children's bill will
be given at 10:30 o'clock.
Second week, beginning Decemlier -I
on Monday Tuesday mil Friday after-
ons at I o'clock. "The Birthday of
the Infanta," dramatized from th"
story by Oscar Wilde; two Thumbnail
sketches and '"The Goda of the Moun
tnln." by Lord Dunsany. On Thurs
day nt 3 o'clock. "Tho Crlcr by Night."
by Gordon Hottomley. another Thumb
nail sketch, and "Gammer Gurton
Needle." On Saturday morning at
10:30 a children's bill.
Third week. Is-glnnlng Decemlor 11
on Monday, Tuesday and Friday after
noons nt 3 o'clock, "King Arglmenes
and the I'nknown Warrior." by Lord
Diinsnny, and "The Lady of the Weep
ing Willow Tree," by Stunrt Walk"!
(n Thursday nt 3 o'clock "The Crier
by Night," the second Thumbn.ill
sketch nnd "Gammer Ourton's Needle.'
On Saturday morning at 10:30 a chll
dren's bill.
Subscriptions for the first three
weeks are now being received at the
Portmanteau offices In Carnegie Hall
studio building.
given moment every evening Is less I l-ailey llall at Cornell net week,
easv than It sounds. On a llrst night I There wlll be a thcatte within
and sometimes on other occasions
when hnpi.'rtant folk are 'out front'
i very bit of nervousness and stage
fright I ever feel seems to concentrate
In Hint scream of Vhitrluttc'a. I feel
a sort of dread lest I tlnd myself un-
able to produce a muiiuI: the sort of
leeuug one experience- wneii wiiii; ui
call out ill a nightmare. Streaming, I
tlnd, requires practice. Just as th aigh
It conNted of mulciil notes Instead
of a group of discords, especially when
one miDit express a eiv.it dial In the
scream-rage. petulance. disgust.
temper and revolt against parental un
a
theatre when the Poitm.iutcaii Is1
erected at the Th.rty-nlnth Street
Theatre Mr. Walker will also uc his
own llgh's The hard beaded Fulled
States Patent onire has granted nearly J
i round h'iio ..f patents on the Port-'
liianteau. and applications are In for'
patent in Canada anil all foreign 1
ountrlex. The pr v:nces ami the hig
her titles therein have liked th" Port
manteau, lleturn engagements at the
colleges and In towns like Huston,,
HufT.llo. Hot best. r. C'.evelal.il and Chi
cago Iw.-ir this out. So Maximilian
Hlser, Jr., and lturcll Janney. the
'reasonableness. So. every day, I i Portmanteau managers, seem to hae
practice running through the scream , etoiind In assuring this town that they
sr ile to conserve tin. uroner 1.IU Ii i .-"metll tig to . ITer worth see'ne
which my physician tells me
mlnlmUe any harm to my wlr.
throat. In the oibilnal role, after the
quarrel wlti my singe father I used
merely to fall over the ta'.ile ami burst
i Into tears. The Idea of screaming
came to me from hearing the cries of
an unjustly punished child. I found
i the scream made all the difference
with tho audience, and now It Is u
nightly part of my role In 'P.ieanlnl.' "
With the advent of Anna P.ivlowa ns I
the star extraordinary of the Hippo-1
' drome the incomparable dancer adds
'one mine ample playhouse to the lone i
,11st of the world's theatie.s in which'
I she lins nehleved distinction. She W I
now at the head of th" laie ft tlieatrl-
col organization In the woild In It
. most colossal playhouse. She has up- 1
I penred at every opera house in this
country and abroad and In tluee of the
most unique theatres in the wot Id.
One of tlieM', tlie Hermitage. Is said
'to be the smallest In Kuropo. It Is
part of the Imperial palace of the Czir
of Hussla In Pclrogrn.l. This unique
playhouse seats 1 00 persons, but ha a
a stage as large mid as well equipped
as that of the Metropolitan Opera
House here III New York. Perform
ances are given In the. Hermitage only
every two or three years, the last per
forinane was six years ago, when I'av
lowa wis the premiere. There were
Just twenty persons In the audience
,11 Hep. rts stiiiiu'hui th- management's
and lUnoiiiici'inints.
The Portmanteau Itself is certainly
unique Us company seems t . be the
THE BROOKLYN PLAYS
Oliver Morosco will bring- "The
Cinderella Mnn" to the Majestic
Theatre this week with the same
cast that acted in the piny during
its long- run at the Hudson Thea
tre in this city. The lending- roles
nre still acted by Shelley Hull
nnd Phoebe Foster, with such vet
erans ns Hubert Wilke nnd Louis
Rinl also in the enst. There will
he n special matinee on election
Dnv.
The Montauk Thentre will
bring- to Brooklyn for election
week "Hit the Trail Holliday,"
which has ncvcT yet been seen
there. This is one of George
Cohan's most successful plays
nnd its popularity is deserved.
The New ork run of the piece
extended through the whole season.
a urt-:ni:T..
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