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Barter Players Coming to Town
Monday in 'Twelfth Night'
By Joy Cormody
The Barter Theater's Robert Porterfield has had a lot of dreams
since he launched the Abingdon, Va., enterprise. As dreams sro, Porter
field's have been of large dimensions. He wanted national recognition
and he got It, not for personal and selfish reasons, but for The good of
the theater as a whole. He wanted State support for his dramatic
enterprise, and Virginia in its wisdom, gave it to him and made It possible,
ι στ mm ίο onng nign ciass regional
theater to the people.
Most of the things Porterfleld
dreamed hare been realized.
On Monday night, another dream
becomes a reality. It will represent
the movement of the Barter Theater
group into Washington. The pro
duction will be "Twelfth Night," and
the scene of its presentation will be
the auditorium of Western High
School. Sponsoring Barter's first
trip into the Nation's Capital will be
the District Recreation Department
I and the Washington Art Center As
sociation.
Many Washington theatergoers
already are familiar with the quality
of Barter productions. Scores of
them caught their first impressive
ι views of Barter work last year when
the several companies from Abing
don played their first tour dates in
Alexandria. Arlington, Fairfax and
okher nearby suburbs.
The Shakespeare item in the rep
ertory then was "Much Ado About
Nothing." It was done with a fresh
ness and a verve that had the critics,
and audiences, guessing that Shake
speare himself would have enjoyed it.
As a sample, it could not have
been improved upon.
* * * *
A piece of paper with "FLASH.
FLASH, FLASH!'' at the top sum
mons drama departments attention
to the fact that William Saroyan is
ready to step back into the news
again.
It says, furthermore, as it would
have to say, that Saroyan has a new
play and that it will have its world
premiere in Hollywood (a town Sar
oyan once did not likei in mid
October. The Circle Players will
have the honor of displaying the
latest Saroyan composition to the
supposedly breathless universe.
As in the past, Saroyan has given
a piquant label to his latest work.
In fact, he has given it both a
startling title, and a startling sub
title.
The first is "Sam Ego's House," to
which is appended "Or Angels
Aghast."
The memo does not mention what
"Sam Ego's House, or Angels
Aghast" is about. That, of course,
is not surprising in view of the fact
that synopsizing Saroyan is such a
notorious impassibility that it once
was turned into a literary and criti- ;
cal masterpiece by Wolcott Gibbs of
the New Yorker.
Since then, not even Saroyan has
attempted to synopsize Saroyan.
As for what happens to "Sam Ego's
House or Angels Aghast," this cor
ner assumes a moral responsibility to
keefj an eye on it and let Saroyan's
public know.
* * * *
Washington was· not on Maurice
Chevalier's itinerary last season !
when he returned to America to
score a kind of nostalgic triumph in
a one-man show. That will be cor
rected this season, however. With
out being specific as to the place,,
Chevalier's agents have let it be
known that he has been booked into
the Nation's Capitol for the week of
November 3. Being careful agents,
they add that the date is tentative
and that there is a possibility it may
be moved up—or this way—a week.
Chevalier will skip New York on 1
his American tour this year, limit
ing his bookings to the one here, De
troit, Chicago, New Orleans, San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
In the meantime, his latest pic
ture, "Man About Town" may start1
getting around the country. RKO
is its American sponsor which prob- j
ably means that it will be a Keith's
booking, if and when.
» ♦ * *
Playwright Paul Vincent Carroll,
whose work usually is skirted by j
community theater groups, has
struck the fancy of the 19-year-old !
Montgomery Players of the Bethes-1
da-Chevy-Chase area. They will
present his "Shadow and Substance" |
as* their November production. It
is the Carroll hit of some years ago,
which starred Sir Cedric Hardwicke
and Julie Haydon, and which served
to introduce the fiery, small Irish
man to American audiences.
Tryouts for "Shadow and Sub
stance" will be held by the Mont- j
gomery group on October 22 at 8:30!
p.m. in the recreation'cehter, Nor
wood drive, Chevy Chase.
Sir Cedric's and Miss Haydon's
old parts are the ones which are pre
senting the greatest worries to the
group.
The play will be directed by Mrs.!
Bessie Sanders.
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By $heilah Graham
Dorothy Malone is the most em
barrassed gal in town. She says
she cannot go home to Dallas, Tex.,
until they have forgotten the stoj-y
in which she named the six men!
who had proposed to her—and who'
she turned down.' They are natur- j
ally furious! Dotty is the victim;
of an overzealous publicity man at ι
her studio—Warners—who planted j
the story. ί
Tyrone Power cables that he
landed in dart^t Liberia at night,
and before he was expected there.
So Ty walked into the native settle
ment and the first person he saw
was Trader Horn, who owns an
animal shop right here on Ventura
boulevard in Los Angeles! Ty had
gone 12,000 miles to meet a neigh
bor.
Danny Kaye is coming right back
to Hollywood now that the World
Series is over. There is still no
immediate movie on tap for him,
however. His next picture won't
be started until next March. Mean
while, his wife Sylvia Pine is trying
to figure out which of 12 possible
scripts under consideration will be
No. 1.
Red Skelton—his next picture is
"The Fuller Brush Man"—is now
sponsoring "the Red Skelton Holly
wood brush"—it has red bristles
for red hair, black for black and
yellow for blond. How about white
hair, Red?
Betty Grable gets Walter Abel—
in a dual role in "Lady in Ermine."
Two parts in one picture is nothing
for Walter. He had seven in
"Dream Girl," with Betty Hutton.
Alan Ladd and wife, Sue, did not
have enough room for their two
children and nurse in the converted
garage they live in at Hidden Val
ley. So he built them a pint-sized
palace of their own—each has a
tiny bedroom and there le a bath
room and kitchenette.
Sweet are the uses of publicity
department. Jimmy Stewart—when
he came out of the Army Air Forces
—said he didn't want any publicity
at all, that his pictures would tell
the story. Now Jimmy knows better
and will do anything within reason
to publicize himself and his pic
tures—he says he will even indorse
a breakfast food!
Lana Turner finishes her role of
Snapshot In "Homecoming" this
week. She would have finished it
last week, but ate something that
i 1
jpsel her and came up with a rash
3Π her face.
* * * *
With Gene Tierney suspended by
20th Century-Fox for refusing to do
"The Walls of Jericho," her divorced
husband, Oleg Cassini, is perforce
ilso suspended. He was making the
gowns Gene was to wear in the
picture.
Mrs. Pat Knowles, wife of the
jctor, lost 14 pounds in weight
Suring her sojourn in England.
Frederic March arrives in town
my day now for his lead role in
'Another Part of the Forest" at Uni
versal-International. This should
be quite a production, with Ann
Blyth getting her big chance in it.
Van Johnson presented the trophy
to the Pacific Southwest tennis
Angles champ. They were both de
lighted—the winner, as you know,
was an almost bobby-soxer—17-year
>ld Beverly Baker.
Lee Bowman is staking a couple
sf ex-GIs—Richard Phejan and Dan
Connolly—on a gold hunt in Alaska,
rhey'll split the profits evenly—if
;here is anything to share.
* * * *
Glenn Ford couldn't te cuter
ibout his ι cute leading lady, Terry
Moore, in "The Return of October."
[f you ask Glenn a question, he'll
say, "Talk to Terry; she's more in
teresting." Maybe so—we'll find out.
Director Eddie Buzzell took
Keneth Hopkins' hat model, Lee
Anderson, to the Mocambo on a
•ecent Sunday night. And Lee won
ι prize—a John Frederics, hat!
Mow she doesn't know what to do
with it. Wear it, gal. Keneth won't
■nind—much!
* * * *
Tom Drake, on the sound stage
3f "The Hills of Home," in reply
to my question, says that the girl
of his heart right now Is still
Beverly Tyler. Beverly is in New
York on a P.-A. tour. When she
comes back here, she will get a
top-rank musical movie at Metro.
Janet Leigfc and Director Fred
Wilcox on the same "Hills of Home"
picture are crying because all 12
days of beautiful Technicolor shoot
ing in the Northern California
mountains have to be thrown out.
There was a flaw in the film. That's
really tough luck, because the
weather has changed now and they
can't reshoot it.
George Jessel calls me to say I'm
wrong about his romance with
Abigail Adams being on again. "It's
off again and please say so," says
George, "because, until you do, I
can't get any other gal to go out
with me."
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Free Parklnr.
Equipped With Hearing-Aid Seta.
Today Through Tuesday. BING CROS
BY. BARRY FITZGERALD ;n "WEL
COME STRANGER," ai 1, 3:05, 5:20.
7:30, 9:45
CAMEO M,h 4 wV ,7^- NX
Air Conditioned.
Today Only. Two Big Hits. ALLAN
LANE as Red Ryder in OREGON
TRAIL SCOUTS" Pius "Second Big Hit.
•LITTLE MISS BROADWAY·." Last
Complete Show ut»
Tomorrow, Monday. VAN JOHNSON.
JUNE ALLYSON in HIGH BAR
BARES": Plus ROY ROGERS In
"HELDORADO "
HYATTSVILLE
Hyattsvillo. Md.
UN. 1330 or Hyatts. 055».
Free Parking.
Two Big Hits. Today Only CODE OF
THE WEST' Plus Second Big Hit.
"BANJO." Last Complete Show 9 10
Tomorrow BETTE DAVIS In
"MARKED WOMAN Plus JOHN
GARFIELD in "DUST BE MY DES
. TINY."
CHEVERLY .fritte.
UN. 0010.
Free Parking on Payed Lot
Today Through Monday. BING CROS
BY. BARRY FITZGERALD in "WEL
COME STRANGER." at 1. 3.35. 5:45.
7:50, 9:50. Uncle Dave's Talent Show
on Stage at 3 P.M.
MARLBORO MA
Today Only. Two Bir Hits. ALLAN
LANE as Red Ryder in "VIGILANTES
OF BOOMTOWN ": Plus Second Big Hit.
"IT'S A JOKE. SON." Matinee 2 P.M.
Last Show 9:05. '
Tomorrow. Monday. VAN JOHN
SON in THE ROMANCE OF ROSY
RIDGE."
USER-BETHESDA
WALT DISNEY PROGRAM I
of Cartoons. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse.
Pluto; Plus RANDOLPH SCOTT in 1
"GUNFIGHTERS."
In Cinecolor. 1:45. 3 45, 5:50, 7:40, 9.45
(Sunday, "TOT GREAT WALTZ. )
WARNER BEOS.'THEATERS S
For additional information »hoao J
'theaters direct or call REpublic 0800.
Warner Path» New» Shown.
Matinee Today All Theater».
AMBASSADOR ^
Rita Hayworth. Larry Parks, "Down to
Earth." 1. 3:00, 5:15, 7:25, 9:40.
5:05, 8:20: "Little Mr. Jim," 2:85,
APOLLO „«J trip m.
William Boyd. "The Marauders," 1:65,
ti:lO.
AVAI ΠΝ 5612 Conn· Αν·- N w·
teiiwll wo 2600. Mot. 1 P.M.
Tommy Dorsey. Jimmy Dorsey. "Fabu
lous Dorseys," 1 :30, ."I:5:30, 7;30,
·
AVE CfiAND 645 Pa Av· s E
* *■· β«Α·*ΙΙ LI. 2460. Mat. 1:00
Johnny Mack Brown. Flashing Guns."
1. :i:45, H:"5, 9:10: Kent Taylor,
"Crimson Key," 2. 4:40, 7:2". 10:05.
nrVFBI V 13,h & Ε N E.
DLTLIiLI L, 3300 Μα, , pM
Bing Crosby. Barry Fitzgerald. "Wel
come Stranger," l, 3:05, 5:15, 7:25,
9:35.
Tat VTOT 2324 Wi». Ave. N.W.
bHLTI.ni wo. 2345. Mot. 1 P.M.
Randolph 8cott, .Gunflghters," 1:20,
3:25. 5:30, 7:36. 9:30.
rrNTRAI 425 s'· N w·
vCJl 1 nnL Mi 2g<) 0p>n> ,0;43
Groucho Marx, "Copacabana." 11,
2:05, 5:10, 8:15; Erroi Flynn, Bar
bara Stanwyck. "Cry Wolf." 18:30,
3:35, B:40, 9:50.
COLONY
"Butch" Jenkins, "My Brother Talk* to
Horses." 1, 3:30. 5:35, 7:3*, P:55.
VriVVrnV Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W.
ncinxiitiix RA Mat 1 f M
Van Johnson. "Romance of Rosy
Ridge." 1. 3:05. 5:15, 7:20. 9:30
MacARTHUR
Randolph Scott. "Gunflghters," 1:40,
H. 7:50. 3:45.
ΡΓΝΝ Ρα· Ανβ· °* 7th S E·
Γω,Π FR. 5200. Mat 1 P.M.
Randolph 8cott, "Gunflghters," 1:30,
3:30. 5:30. 7:30. 9:30.
Cftvnv 3030 14th St. N.W.
αητwi co 4968 Mat , rM
William Holden. Joan Caulfleld. "Dear
Ruth." 1:25. 3:25. 5:25, 7:25. 9:25.
CFPfl 8244 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring
SH 2340 0p.n 10;4J
"Tom Brown's School Days." 11, 1:45.
4:35. 7:15, 0:45: Jimmy Wakely. ' Sons
of Wasteland." 12:25. 3:05. β. S:35.
Clim 111 KM Go. Av.. & Sheridan
SflblllUHn RA. 2400. Mot. 1 P.M.
Jimmv Dorsey. Tommy Dorsey. "Fabu
lous Dorseys," 1:15, 3:20, 5:20. 7:25.
0:30..
ÇII WPR Ga. Ave. Colesville Pile·
aibviin SH 5JOO Μα) , PM
Randolph Scott, "Gunflghters." 1. 3:10,
5:20 7:30. 9:40
T1KAM1 4th and Butternut St·,
i iStTT GE -*312. Mat. 1 P.M.
;J#J· -"'•Michigan Kid." 1. 3:55.
flfW.'W!: "Son of Rusty." 2:45. 5:40,
S:35.·
τινηι ι i4,h °nd p°rt Rd n.w.
llVUfal co 4312 Mof , PM
Rtndoloh Scott. "Gunflghters," 1:08.
2:4">. 4:25. 6:05. 7:45. 9:30.
UPTOWN Conn. Ave. and Newark
υπυππ wo. 5400. Mat. 1 P.M.
Bine Crosby. Barry Fitagerald. "Wei
com» Stranger." 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30.
9^4 O.
▼AWT Ga" Av·· and Quebec PI. N.W.
I vnn RA. 4400. Mat. 1 P.M.
Eddie Dean. "West to Glory." 1:55.
3:55. 5:55; 7:55, 9:50.
THE VILLAGE ;3V0.7 N\ 1
Phone MI. 9227."
Beginning 4 Bie Days. ''WELCOME
8TRANGER " 3ING CR08BY. BARRY
FITZGERALD. Mat, at 1 Ρ M
NEWTON ,2%„4 ΝΝ·~'°"
Eanipped with Hearing-Aid Phene·.
Double Feature. THE DEVIL
THUMBS A RIDE." IAWRENCÎ
TIERNEY. NAN LESLIE": "THE MA
RAUDERS " WILLIAM BOYD, ANDY
CLYDE. Mat at 1 P.M
JESSE THEATER &
Phone DU. 9861.
Double Feature. "IT'S A JOKE. SON."
KENNY DELMAR, UNA MERKEL:
"FOOL S GOLD, ' WILLIAM BOYD,
ANDY CLYDE. Mat, at 1 P.M.
«•VI VA1I l>t St. & R. I. Ave. N.W.
aιhτnu phon. NOrth 96i9
Double Feature, "BORN TO KILL."
CLAIRE TREVOR. LAWRENCE TIER,
NEY : "RUSTLER'S ROUNDUP."
KIRBY GRANT, FUZZY WRIGHT.
Mat, at 1 P.M.
THE VnWnil 3707 Mt. Vernon
NEW »»uiwn Ave., Ale*., Va.
One Block From Preildentlal Garden·.
Phone ALei. 2424.
Double Feature. "THE FALCON'S
ADVENTURE" TOM CONWAY.
MADGE MEREDITH; "SUNSET
PASS," JAMES WARREN, NAN LES
LIE. Mat. at 1 P.M
ACADEMY 335 8,h s* s E
LI. 9616
Double Feature. "THE DEVTt
THUMBS A RIDE" LAWRENCË
TIERNEY. NAN LESLIE, "GUI?
IÇSïîiiL KIRBY GRANT. FUZZY
KNIGHT Mat at 1 P.M
STANTON 3,3 c *· N.t
„ II. 5347
Double Feature, "SWELL GUY '■
SONNY TUFTS, ANN BLYTHI: "GUN.
MAN S CODE KIRBY GRANT
FUZZY KNIGHT. Mat. at 1 Ρ M
Fairlawn Amuse. Co. Theater*
HIGHLAND 2333 r™a7^ S E
RANDOLPH SCOTT. BARBARA BRIT
TON in THE GUNFIOHTERS" (In
Color), at 1:30. 3:35. 5:40. 7:35. 8:30.
ATLANTIC £ s'· s w·
RANDOLPH SCOTT. BARBARA BRIT
TON in "GUNFIGHTERS" (in Color I
1:30. 3:30. 5:35. 7:35, 0:30. Plus Two
Cartoons' -
CONGRESS Av· 5 e
Double Feature. "BULLDOG DFfUM
MOND AT BAY." at 1. XI5. 5:30.
7:45. 10: TIM HOLT in Zane Grey's
"THUNDER MOUNTAIN." at 2:15,
4:30. H:45. Ρ
FAIRLAWN
Double Feature. LASH LA RUE in
"GHOST TOWN RENEGADES." at 1:20.
3:5(1. H 20. 8:50: SHARYN MOFFFTT
in BANJO." at 2:20. 4:50. 7:20, 0:50.
Also Two Cartoons!
LAUREL Laurel. Md. Laurel 113
Double Feature. EAST SIDE KIDS in
"NEWS HOUNDS" and JANE WITH
ERS in "DANGER 8TREET-"
ANACOSTIA
Matinee Daily
BLVO CROSBY. BARRY FITZGERALD
in WELCOME STRANGER," at 1:20.
3:25. 5:35, 7:40. 0:45 and 12 midnite.
Special Late Show Tonight. Lut Fea
ture Begins at Midnight.
CAPITOL „c,aXH"ehn·Md
Double Feature. PHILIP REED Id "I
COVER BIG TOWN." at 1 3:20. 5 40.
8. 10: EDDIE DEAN in "STARS OVER
TEXAS." at 2:25. 4:45. 7:05, 0:25.
REED 1723 Kine Sl—*1"· x-u
Parking Spae
BETTY GRABLE. DAN DAILÏY In
"MOTHER WORE TIOHT8
νηίΠΙΝΙΔ Memorial tlvd. 4 lit St.
« .TinuiMJi Alex 6133
O 2 ! DEANNA DURBIN. DONALD Ο CON
NOR in '"SOMETHING IN THE
< WIND '
I! RICHMOND "'S'Z;·,?·9™
PAT O'BRIEN. ANNE JEFFREYS In
■ 1 "Riy-RAFF.
-jl CEMTIE
If
Fairlingten, Va.
1000
55
VARIETY GIRL." MARY HATCHER
DE FORE8T KELLY
Double Feature. 'MAKE MINI
MUSIC' and ΡINOCHIO.''

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