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Mme. Marii
Mme. Kousnezoff Heads
Here From the Thej
By LAWRENCE IlEAMER.
More artistic refugees from Soviet
Russia arrived last night in New York
under the chaperonage of Miss Elisabeth
Marbury, in association with the
Messrs. Schubert, and spread their tent
In the Booth Theater and presented the
"Revue Russe." The Shuberts are sa d
to have seen them during their long engagement
at the Theater Femlna In
Paris and commissioned the wily Miss
Marbury to lure them to the rock bound
shores of Manhattan. Now Marie
Kousnezoff, who has sung at the Opera
in Paris, and came here to join the
forces of the Chicago Opera Company a
few years ago. is head of the new organization.
Concert goers with long
memories may recall a single appearance
of the lady with the Russian
Orchestra. She was surrounded last
night by a group of her countr.vpeople.
While their names will suggest little to
the metropolitan playgoer, it may be
a necessary part of the record that
there were on the distaff side Mmes.
Morenschmldt Eeontowich, Platonova,
Miraieva, Sanina, Shlskine, Smirnova
and Tanlna and MM. I'osemkowski,
Aleneff, Dniestroff, Markoff, Ratoff,
Benoia and Voljanin.
The program was of course the usual
cabaret arrangement which is so well
-..-J ._ .11..?.... nnUmln
| brought together by such influences us
| those which have caused un upheaval
i In the artistic life of Russia. Mme.
Kousnezoff, who assembled the troup,
did not in the least stand on her dignity
1 as a prima donna. She sang remarkably
1 well and her voice while shrill Is power;
ful and her technique quite equal to the
| difficulties of Verdi's "A fors e lui."
i Hut the Russian soprano does not
i stop here. She dances a Spanish fan!
dango and shedding her embroidered
shawl, sings a comic song in Spanish
with as much brio and nearly as much
humor as Fanny Brlce. She even looks
cross eyed when It Is necessary to point
the fun. Mme. Kouszenoff also contributed
to the program a peasant song
from the Ukraine which was most feelingly
sung.
If the industrious directress of the entertainment
stood at one artistic end
possibly the efficient ape stood at the
_ oth?-r. He climbed into the auditorium,
visited the upper boxes on his way
about the balcony and finaWy climbed
with a wonderful display of strength a
rope which hung from the celling of
I the stage. "The Caucasian Obezianna,"
! described him on the program. But the
arrobat was not a Russian. He was a
! French performer from the Folies Bergcre.
The audience liked him even if ho
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t Kousnezoff.
New Organization Coming
iter Femina in Paris.
were not a serious Russian ape. however,
and called him before the curtain.
The most Interesting numbers on the
j entertaining program which was received
with continuous applause were
J those typically Russian. No other lo|
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than any other. Liast night, the
great Leon Rakst had provided a number
of his scenes, grotesque, Imaginative
and always glowing with color.
The Russian frolic with its dancing
trio, the visit of the regiment which dei
parted and left Qrounka mourning, the
rather crude courtship of the curate who
j made love to the cook, spurred on by a
{ gigantic Cupid while the priest was
away, were some of the delightful farcical
episodes. All the ingeneousness of
; the Russian was in these pieces. So
was it in the romance of the little Punch
and Judy theater, where the human beings
acted their romantic story like the
little puppets.
"Old Spain" was beautiful In color and
movement, with Mme. Kousnezoff danc!
ing her Spanish steps and the rest inov;
ing in unison about her. There was a
| shadow of tragedy in the highly expressionistlc
pantomime by Leon Uakst
j called "Cowardice." The youthful lover
1 was'murdered by the possessor of two
maidms, while the populace swayed
backward and forward in dogged lndlf:
ference to the anguish of the two lovers.
Rakst not only designed the scenery
and the really strikingly novel dresses
| but devised the socalled mimodraina. It
I was an effective contrast to the other
numbers which made up a rarely charming
and varied program. It should carry
1 still further the prevailing admiration
I iur e v cry 111 j 11 g uiisMan lit wits an ui cue
; theater. The audience appeared to love
every detail of the new Russian revue.
Society was unusually represented for
this time of year and on so warm a
night. In tha upper box at the left of
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Princess Michael Cantacuzene, with
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Among others in the audience were Mrs.
John Kanford, Miss Kleanora Hears. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter K. Maynard, Mr. I.ouir
l.lvingston, Mrs. Charles B. Alerander,
Mr. Charles K. Sampson, Mr. and Mrs.
j Otto II. Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. John Ma?
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William May Wright. Mrs. Oliver Harriman,
Mrs. Jchn Harrlman, Mr. Alfred
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Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Dydig Hoyt, Mr.
Alfonso de Navarro, Mr. Frank A- Munncy.
Miss Elisabeth Marbury, Mr. Oren
Hoot, Mr. and Mrs. Norman de It.
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lilt?y melodies
and plenty of them ?
l will be here when ermine
! is not needed.' A meriran.
THE LADY in ERMINE
vith WILDA BENNETT
BROADHURST ;^w&#now!
OPENS TUES.,OCT.IOr^:;nI^Us
THE FAITHFUL HEART
J"towJolsons 55th
BLOSSOM TIME
! Marine Elliott's
I FOOLS ERRANT .v "V.VW1M
RIT7 Thuutra .V.atlnoo TO-MORROW
j "lit \y 4 8.St. 2 :.*?>. Kves. at KUiO.
"BANCO"
Clare Kununcr's Cay Com^cfer.
with IA FISHF.K A: \LrHFJ? I,rXT.
DAVrC The:... W. ntii St. Kvrv s in.
BS? t3 Mts.To-m.,\Vcd.A Ool. Day. 3:30
3rd EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE
Month | with marc: t Kitru: maxwkix.
^ i The Old Soak
HERE!) Ry DON MARQUIS I
PI YMOIITH ,,;v0R- s 30.
rL.I 1V1WU I n Mts.To-m &tVil Ony
I YRIP THEATRE. I TO-DAV 2 30.
LiniO Wwt 42nd St I TO-NIGHT 8 30
A LITTLE CHILD
SHALL LEAD THEM
William Fox Sensational Photortramn
44TH hT THEA^rwrnr-?m
n oi. i ntH. Twice Dally.2:30 8 30.
41 11 I.I AM FOX PRESENTS
Sensatlonal^^SS^^jgifc-'T" Triumph
*'TriE WORLD IS MINE"
original tysom &
Established 1
r~&y^?i^gayy-i
nfil V*? (FOKMKRLY03 ST. TIIKATRK)
UAH O COI-. 1446. MAT. TO-M'V..
DOLLY JORDAN '?'
M^aEQUITY (8TH ST. SSffim
A^SaP15vh.8:30. MaM.Sat.&Tues. 2 :30.
A A? "MALVALOCA"
"Jane Cow), alight with a hundrod
graces.?
Vl|r Alexander Woolleott. Time*
Air "I'lay staged with sol id beauty "
?Broun. World.
Seats at Box Ofllre4 Weeks Ahead.
Extra Matinee Thurs. (Oer. 12).
'HUDSONSS2X3S"1
CEO M.COHAN Present ?!
THE HIT OF THE TOWN J
iiiililiiio
!JTwOWUN^!?cES^w/W^?N
Extra Holiday .Matinee (olumbtis i?n>,
Thursday. Oct. 12. Scats Now.
COA7CC WES r 42d ST Evenings-ii H: ;u
rnAttk Mats. To-ra'w A Wed. 2:30.
"Vou will like tills farce."?Alan Hale.
WILLIAM COURTENAY m
'her temporary husband' 1!yp^uv.on
st: \ I S SI I I t\<: H WTI KS VHKS O.
V\ ? U/Thca., W. 4f>. 8:20 Mat. To-m'w.
IV.L.AW Mtt lX.MI I> WATSON,
the F> nntest Comedian in Town.
In Mis comedy of Sreiltsli Characters.
I I II IN I iiTfl .T>1 .V'J aptlvctes."
iii l N. V. rimes.
f\ a m; l w . .st. Eves.8. hi
XL UALII 1 Mats Wed. A Sat. 2 20.
pT ' *Scamm's Best. I'lay.'?Tribune
fCoimme*
t ( AY srjoati QAummiH*
tiEO. rnilAU THKA., Il'w.xy A 42d St.
M. wUMAWkvs 8 do Mat .To-m'w 2:30.
the endless chain
With Margaret Lawrrencs
TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 10
?MAX PP1 EQEL Will T'rrvnt
NORA BAYES
In a Now Mualral Play
0? I I N <*' HEARTS"
Fill TftN msi w of it'way ? Kvw.srjo
ruLiura matintcesto-m w awed.
i THE SMARTEST SHOW IN TOWN
jr^EDVADD 'ftf ROYCE wswrr
vJianqt \y\d)&omAri
"A ROM.S-ROYCE MDSir.AI. PRAY."
Id HIPPODROMEn^I
I PAily HVnNft* VIS WflMn AitS
! 7th Av., 4 St. Eva. s >3. Mata.To-m'wit Thuri.
/NG HIT! ! ! !
s a a a "Thn Audi on no
Eg AT ' ' Took It to Iti
9 \J I Heart."?Trlbu noAM
VOItREMT.
EST 43 STREET. EVENTVOS SIS.
Matlnma To-morrow and Wedneaday 2 13.
Anchored for AH Season
IGER MARY NASH
tPTAIN APPLEJACK"
IOR AND SAM KORREST
WEST IS STREET. KVENWOS it S 30.
I'm n-orn-V and Wrdm-ad.-i i- " .'()
s Lost and Found columns ol
offers a real possibility of re
Telephone advertisements tc
t
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AMUSEMENTS.
LEE & J. J. SHUBEKT. ?^
I RflflTH Thea..45th3t..W.ofU'way. Evs.8:30
DUU I n Mttm, To-morrow & W?d, J:30
"REVUE w MARIA
RUSSE^ KOUSNEZOFF
i ......... the*..44w of b'way. 10v.8:3o
j bHU0C.nl mautom'wlthuri.col'iiuiy
Giiunwich Villaqk Follies
Fourth Annual Production
pacinh 30th and ll'way. evcnlnc* 8:2.'>.
i umdlnu mat*. tom'w. wad. 8: col. day.
I edysi!^n?n"uSALLY, IRENE and MARY
i tvlth '??m in': and i great ran
rnMrilV the.. 41st st.k.of ivy.kvs. 8:30
i jlatlniwto-m'w & col. day 3 " 0
an i'nnq til vocal ht ss3 r m i ^ bt
comedy hit i # i i v bw>
Rl mil theatre. w. 45th St.. eva. 8:80.
. * matinees tom'w it col. day 2:30.
THAT DAYK^
VANDERBILT .fffog*0-.
"I OWijit' 13 inc. r
It n; HINC. HIT IX YKABM."
Playhouse, w.48. mts.to-m.ac'i.dy.ev.d:30
akxoi.1i daly in
O N t II P. S T A I U S
with jama* crime?by win. hurlhut.
C"?AT KATI0HAL1"4
AM AIBV 4 if ST VoTBVAY
eirv '56-4EVS 8JO
MTS. TOM'W. WED. & COL. DAY
\rliiur hopkins presents
tTuri nannvnaAfftr
cincL DHnnimunc
"Rose Bernd"
I nUCATDP THKA.. AV.48th Sr. lives. S:2'.l
L.UNUA'.'nC \|a;s Tom'w it Wed. 2 ilO.
f 1TTI F West 44th Si. Eves, at 8:30.
L.1 I I L.E. Mars. TOMOR'ff A WmI.230.
MADGE KENNEDY
? SPITE CORNER
/SEI.W YN'S THKATUIiS OS W.471) ST.
( TIMES SQ.
The Smashing ComedvHIt I
THE EXCITERS
tilth Allen Dlnehart anil
Tallulali Itaukheart.
Kvs8:30. Mts.Tom'wAThurs
APOLLO
j FRANK TINNEY
] IN A MUSICAL COMEDY .
DAFFY DILL
I Kvg.8:30.Mt3.Wed..,!fcSat.2:30
SELWYN
BARNEY ALEXANDER
BERNARD &, CARR
PARTNERS AGAIN
WORLD'S I.AUOHING HIT
Evs. 8:30. tots. Wed. & Sot. 82
SELWYN?Two Matinees
OXI.Y AFFKABANOES In NEW VoltK
RUTH ST. DENIS
With TED SHAWN "n^ANCEB8n
_ Mfft. DANIEL MAYEK. fKnabe llano)
AA MAIN OFFICE
UU. NOW AT 148 W. 42 ST.
800. Formerly 1472 B'way.
I HtPPrinRflML' NP*i Cun Fvo ? I
WH1" 8:13
POPULAR CONCERT by DEMAND
-? LIZA ELMAN *XZ:
In the 1 RANCH SONATA
"lain Spanish Mpnphany, "KIM, Kill"
"lliingnriun Diinre," "Caprice ltasi|ue"
Tlckoti $1 to S't.SO Now on Sulr.
CoUffrt t'ndrr Exclusive Direction of
Supreme Concert Met-. Inc., Aeolian Hall.
Camegie Hall?Four Perf. Only
FIRST APPEARANCE IN FIVE YEARS
ISADORA
DUNCAN
With SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
NAHAN J KANKO, Conductor.
Tomorrow Aft., Oct. 7?"All Tachaikovraky." {
Wed. Eve., Oct. II?"All Wagner."
| Fri. Eve., Oct. 1.1?T*chnlkow*ky-Wngner.
I Sat. Aft., Oct. It?Classical Programme.
Ticket* til to $:< (pin* tax) at Hox Office.
Met. S. Hurok, AEOLIAN HALL, N. V.
HIPPODROME SUN. NIGHTTocf. 15
at 8:15. Only Concert In N. Y. tht? Season.
JOHN
McCORMACK
TICKETS?!,II SO.52 00.12.50 iplu, 10%UC
SealsSIx-^MxT HhMkU
! Mgt. C. I,. Wagner & D. F. McSweeney.
| STKINWAY PIANO USED.
gft?^S?..%L5r OCT OB ER 8
; Only New York Recital?A Great Program.
i n Y T
U 1 U JL 1
Tftior Metropolitan Ofiera Co.
A",Ta CLARA DEEKS Soprano.
Ticket* 7IW- to $2, l'nx Scat* (2 A f2.R0, at Bo*
Office. M??t. It. E. Johnston, Mardman Piano.
MARION DANES
CRITERION WHEN ADM?Ss'oM
B#MDW*Y? 44'"* ?nsn so TO ? I so
KNIGHTHOOD
WAS IN FLOWER
AMU IA N HAM, Mtl.EVE.. OCT. 13. nt?:3l?
LUCY
GATES
ihitm till n' i atiia hi vf. a. p.\mmai.
pi'sSuiicStV
llsaiaM. with THOMAS MP.IIillAN.
A Paramount Picturo
I "F.vtrybmlv'ti going to th* Rivolt now."
PI A'7 A I I'KTBR B. KYNE'S
m;?i.av. "Kindred of the Du?t"
It r.nili St. I and Blister Kenton In Tops'
rnii.MniA Hinlaat ?b4 ItlL-BiHMM
bULU 1*1 BIh Pop.Prleee.TwIcoDally Jl :15-? tU
CHUCKLES OF 1923
WofUl Nrrl???* Hoturn* Hmd from tlf? Strife.
S^RaVI\GE0RGE arliss
I K A IN II'The Mnn Who Hayed ?od'
H'y It 47 St Strand Symphony Orch.
' MADITAI IM ri.it i IfUOHM'
ffWIIUL ..Remembrance"
' " IVway at Slat. Capitol tlrnnd Orchaatra
nlAITft "?> m,,H -, AH" rv."
DIAL lU Dorothy Dalton A Jack Holt.
II TIMES A Paramount Plrlurt
square Tamous Itlalto Orchestra

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