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THE TtlEV ln WASHINGTON ASHIN lU TIMES SIJNDiYNOVE3iBER SUNDAY SUND1 Y NOVEMBER 19 1905 19 191 J
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New York Nov ISTo ISTo IS 18To
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To the student of Ute stage the
feature of the dramatic sit situ s sltjjton t
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fn jjton 11 In New York now is the remurKa mmurk mmurka reraurK reraurK3k
reYival revival re revival ¬
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a su success ceS8 of
The works orthe ofthe of ofthe
vival now in progress
the master dramatJ dramatist t of the ages are tobe tobe to tobe
be seen een on three thre New York stages andIn andin and andin
in all of them not only is the S R Osign 0sign O Osign
sign displayed nightly but the seats arovoid arebold aro arosold
sold far in advance There never couldbeen couldhave could couldhave
have been a more complete e explosion pl08Ion of orthe ofthe ofthe
the old stage superstition that Shakes Sh81c Shakgspeare Shakespeare ¬ i
peare was was played out from i I box office offlcestandpoint officestandpoint officestandpoint
standpoint yhe he companies headed byRobert by byRobert
4 Robert B Mantell and Marie BoothRU86ell BoothRussell Booth BoothRussell
Russell at the Garden Theater andJulia and andJulia antIJulia
Julia Marlowe and E H SOthelD So them at theKnlckerboek theIinlokerbocker the theICnlckerbocker
ICnlckerbocker r are neither of tlremgreat theIrgreat them themgreat
great but they are re good and give tve m03 mostsatisfactory most mostsatisfactory t tsatisfactory
satisfactory I performances rformancc They ofcourse ofoouree of ofcourse
course have the advant advantage e of all theaccessories theaccessories the theaccessories
accessories In the way of seen scenery andstage andstage and andstage
stage fittings at the command of motIrn modern mod modern ¬
ern rn stage craft but th the success success ucce s of tbeBen theBen the theBen
Ben Greet company whichpl which plays accordta accordInto accord according ¬
ta Into ing o the Elizabethan custom on abat abarn a abate
bat bate stage with no scenery cnery shows thatthe thatthe that thatthe
the audiences are attn attracted te1 by the gens genIus gen genius ¬
ius of the Divine Will and not by theworK thewore the thework
work o of the stage maQ managerAawas manager managerAs er erAs
As Aawas was indicated in icatcd last week w ck tho dis disappearance disap disappearance ¬
appearance ap aroince of the election excitement excitementhas1 excitementbas excitementhas
has1 bas had marked l influence on the the theatrical theatrlcal theatrical ¬
atrical situation and there 1 FF not n t a aeger man manager 1n 1nager ¬
ager in the city who does not wear the thesmile thelIodle theamlle
smile that wont come off as he h < > counts countsup countsup countsup
up the box Maude Adams in Peter PeterPan Peterbin
Pan 1 an at the Empire The White hite Cats Catsat Cat Catat Catsat
at the Now Amsterdam Am t rth m The Squaw SquawMan Sfluawl1U SgaawMan
Man at Wallaek VaJlaeks s Man and Super Superman Superm1 Superman ¬
man at the Hudson The Earl and the theLJirl theLilr theuirl
LJirl at the th Casino Moonshiiie at atthe atthe atthe
the Liberty Happy Land at the Lyric LyricWonderland IyrlcVvnderlaud LyricWGnderiaud
Wonderland at the Majestic are all allplaying allpla allplaying
pla playing ing to crowded houses and appar apparently apparentJy apperenUy ¬
ently are in for long runs The same is istrue Islru istrue
true lru of practk practically Hy every theater in the thetitjr theU thetitl
titjr U including indudln those houses hou es where there therea th thIs therekv
Is a a weekly change changeof of bill and the vaade vaaderille vaudeUP vaadeIUe
rille IUe UP housesOne houses housesOne housesOne
One of the interesting productions oi oithe otthe ofthe
the week is the th new version of Clmrles ClmrlesDickens C CisurlesDickens udes udesDickens
Dickens Oliver Twist by J Comyns Comynsarr Comynsn Comynsarr
arr n given by Miss Amelia Bing Binghams Binghamsornpany Binghamsompany hems hemsrompany
rompany at at Proctors Fifth Avenue Avenuerheater Avenuentfater Avenuetheater
theater rheaterThe ntfaterThe theaterThe
The The play follows the story very close closely clos closey ¬
ly 1 y and the text of the book is freely freelyssed freelysed freelyused
used sed It is one of the most pleasing pleasingSramatlzations pleasingramatizations pleasingiramatizations
Sramatlzations of Dickens masterpiece masterpiecea masterpiecerrhlch masterpiecetthich
rrhlch has ever bt been > tn presented in Amer Amera
a and it is needless to say that with withJ
1 E Dotiaon Dodaonmpersonatlng impersonating inrper sonating Fagin and andMiss andiIlss
Miss 11 Bingham Nancy Sykea the play playwas playwas playwas
was most acceptably rendtred mndtredMiss rendtredMlsa ren red redMiss
Miss Florence Bindley Dindlc made her bow bowis bowa bo boa
is a a star at the tb Grand Opera House HouseMonday Hou Houseitonday e eIonday
Monday night nl ht in a play which whl whir t was warnod a aaood acod
nod cod deal of a mixture entitled The TheJell Thbell the3elle
3elle Jell ell of the West Despite D plte the handi handisap handl1p handiyap
sap 1p of a vehicle which not particularly particularlyirtght partleularytght particularlyright
right tght and a supporting company whicheft which whichft whichelt
elt > ft much to be desired Miss Bindley BindleyfcoVed Blndl Blndll Bindleyc6red
l fcoVed dred a success successThe 8 8T successTale
The T 1 people of Harlem were given an anipporiunUy anpp an anipporurtty
ipporiunUy pp rtunHy to see that sterling actor E E1uro Ed
3 Vinard 1uro in David avld Garrck at theIarlem the theSarlem thetJarlem
Sarlem Opera House and they tbe availed availedThemselves av availed availed1iEmsclves tled tledb
Themselves b mAJY of o the tlj opportunity to theimit the theimit themi1
imit imitBlanche imitBlanche mi1Blancht
Blanche Bates on Tuesday night beta be beta be1L ¬
ta 1L her engagement en teJnent at Belascos The Thett TheLter TheLter
tt Lter sr in The Girl of the > Golden West Westfhe WestbE Westrite
rite bE play pa fits MissBates Mies Bate like a a glove glovemd glovenCt gloveend
md its Western successes were duplistcd dupli dupliatcd dupUatcd
atcd in New York YorkOthor YorkOthtr YorkOthr
Othor plays seen this week week for the thelrt thefrat th thfirst
frat time tim this season 8f8 OJ were WeTp Barney Gil Gilnore GUnore Gilnote
nore in The The Rocky Road P d to Dublin DublinLt
Lt tfc the fourteenth Stnri Street Theater Una Unaibarbanell LinalbarbaneU Lin a abarbanell
ibarbanell at the Irving Place Theater Theatern
n 1 Jung Heidelberg and Oscar Os r Slides WildesJay Slideslay Uds
Jay 018 Salome put on by the progres ¬
sive stage society at the Berkeley B rkol Y Lyceum Ly Lyceum Lyum ¬
ceumMadame ceum ceumMadame um umMadame
Madame Marcella Sambrieh S mbrieh appeared appearedin app red redin
in poncart concart Confe t at Carnegie Carne Hall Tuesdaynight Tuesday Tuesdaynight T csdlY csdlYnlg
night nlg t Burton Holmes gave ive his travel travelogue travelogue travelogue ¬
ogue on Port Por Port Arthur Arth r Its Siege andSurrender and andSurrender andSurrenderat
Surrender Surrenderat at the Lyceum Theater Theater Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day afternoon and and nd the Russian Sym Symphony StIlphony SYmrphony ¬
phony Orchestra gave a concert at Car Carnegie CarnegIe Carnegie ¬
negie H Ban l tonight tontahtThe tOIUht tOIUhtrhe tonightThe
The announcement which has been beenmade beeumade beenmade
made that the th Rational Uonnl Theater Theater on t tee teesame the thesame c csame
same lines as the Theater FrancaIs ofParis of ofParts orParts
Parts and the Burg Theater of Vienna ViennaIs Vienna VlennIs ViennaIs
Is soon Bonn to be an accomplished d fact has hascaused hascaused
caused what may be fairly called a sen senwealthy sen38tlon sehsation I
38tlon Accordl Aeeordit4 to thIs report thIrty thIrtywealth thirtywealthy
wealthy wealth New Nt > w Yorkers have agreed to tocontribute tocontrl11ute tocontribute
contribute 100000 each to the enterprize enter enterprize
prize prze and the he site for the building is issaid Issnld issaid
said to have been chosen at Slxtvsec Sixtvscond Slxtvsecond Sixtyseeond
ond street and Central Park West e5t
while while Herr Conned the director of the theMetropolitan theMetropoUtan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Opera and the most suc successful succasrul suecosefui ¬
cessful manager is said to have been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen as tho head of the enterprise enterpriseThe cnterpriseTh enterpriseThe
with such circum circumstantiality clrcum8tantJaUty circumstantiality ¬
The Th > story 1 h given
stantiality that it meets meetswith with general generalbelief genernlbelle generalbelief
belief although there U there ere Is lsno no no aiithora aiithoratatlve a anthoratafive thora thorataUve
tatlve confirmation oMt oP it Such a athea atheater theater thea theater ¬
ter has been dreamed of for many mt y years yearsand yoarsand yearsand
and if the dream is at last last to become becomea
a realltv New ew York is is to be con congratulated congratulated congratulated ¬
gratulated The advantages to come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from such a theater are set forth byMr by byMr byMr
Mr Conrieri in a recent utterance He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said A theater compelled compelledby by financial flnancialconsideration financialconsideration llnanchtconsldoraUon
consideration to present the same play playnight pIa pIanight pIarnight
night after night cannot be regarded regardedseriously regardedseriously regardeseriously d
seriously air a as educator A changing changingrepertory changingrepertory changingrepertory
repertory Is absolutely essential to the theeducational theeducational theedueational
educational mission of tho stage Give Olveus Giveus Giveus
us a national theater and we shall be beable bt btable beable
able to play upon the whole wholeregt register re giezter ter of ofhuman orJiumnnpftSSlons ofhuman
human JiumnnpftSSlons passions to lash nlVconceivalllb nlVconceivalllbfolly all conceivable conceivablefolly conceia lb lbfolly
folly and to kindle all emotions thatmake that thatmake thatIi1t
make Ii1t e for the ennobling of the collective collectivesoul collectivesoul collectivesoul
soul of the people The American AmericanShakespeare AmericanShakespeare AmericanShakespeare
Shakespeare who is to o raise dramatic dramaticmonuments dramaticmonuments dramaticmonuments
monuments through our national he heroes beroes heroes ¬
roes is still unknown or If living livesin lives livesin livesIn
in obscurity obscurlt barred from the theslage theslageContinued stage stageContinued stageContinued
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