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Famous Ben Greet Players in Shakespeare's "As You Like It," at Chautauqua
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plendld production which will be given here. Miss Grace Ilalsey Mills of New York City will appear as Rosalind. She is thoroughly experienced and rarely gifted in snafcesppaman porrrayms
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In Shakespeare's Great Comedy
AS YOU LIKE IT
Gjmplete Production
One of the Big Features of Chautauqua Week
FOURTH NIGHT
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Redpath Chautauqua
Just One of 17 Big Attractions '
SEASON TICKETS ONLY $2.75, PL&S 10f0 TAX
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REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA.
Great American Play
"THE MAN
FROM HQME "
'Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson
Complete Production New York Cast
Rollickitig Comedy Success
SIXTH NIGHT
Redpath Chautauqua
Just One of 17 Big Attractions
SEASON TICKETS ONLY $2.75, PLUS 10 TAX
REDPATH CHAUTAUQUABM
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"My Personal Experiences
With the Bolsheviki"
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LEWIS A. CONVIS
An interesting and vitally informative addresson
Bolshevism, based upon first-hand information
gained from two years spent in Russia and Siberia.
' SECOND NIGHT
cRgdpath Chautauqua
Just One of 17 Big Attractions
SEASON TICKETS ONLY 2.75, PLUS 10 TAX
REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA
Popular Comedy Drama, "The Man from Home," Sixth Night at Chautauqua
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"The Man from Home," sparkling comedy drama, will be given on the sixth night of the cominj; Redpath Chautauqua. The record-breaking success of the play throughout the country has been largely due to its wholesome
Americanism, its seasoning of delightful shrewdness, and its humorously complicated plot. The play is rich with amusing and sometimes almost tragic situations, resulting from the clash between midwestern American ideals and
old-world class distinctions. The characters are drawn from real life. Their quuintuesses, their absurdities, their lo'-bleness and eccentricities, all are marked by the sure craftsmanship of those popular playwrights, Booth
Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. "
Chautauqua Week Here Juiie 14-21, 1921
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