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FOOTLIGHT FLASHES, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
[By Loitkksr] Fulltr-Brennaa vaudeville reopens at the Princess Theatre on Monday evening. Mr \V. E. Croiue, who relumed from the (Tiristchurch, variety revival on Thurechiy, anmnincos a long list of attractions, notably tho Italic Holmes Company (a party of the sarno cal;bit- as the Crimson Rumb!oim. who dispense the first- part 5 Rosa Loader, a musician, cf great accomplishment, who barb-rque.s her altaiuments in a diversion entitled 'The fiTavey at the Piano’; Westiu, impetvonatur ; Brown ami Soldi,-, in a clever burlesque ; and White .me (irov. Mr I'rome is (-.mli'.lno that ho is " delivering the goods ’’ t-> (ill tcv Rrbu-oss nightly. Vftcr all, Dorothy Htumon is not to be piiucipal gir! in \\ ilii.onsoiiV panto. • C'iudeivlla.’ Mi<-: Dolly Uastr* I *, who was ii ceully aceluimed one of tho six most beautiful actress*g in America, has been "■ngagt'd for the lole, ami sailed ftoin America last week. Miss Madge MTnlosh, well known to Dumxiin playgoers, has been appointed producer for tho Liverpool Reporton- 1 Theatvs . ! M : i.: l.'/ette PaikoM wiio Cstablish-'d her-etf a.. .1 num favorite u: J. 31. it.* • Pot.-r Pan " ifir n it \mis br.mgb.t . ;l;.. i i,:i \ow /l-'r.iond. is ,i u;oirb-r .-f: ,lai:;ir» Knight Company now playing , litiflchun hj. Am-thor Nrw '/• .dan I ;avo rite with the sc.uv cmiipany is Miss lamina i I - pi ■, of Br(.’.:gii l an;, 1 . _ i p. c.no. .::t fiii-hh 1 1 csiir os KHic! I ur- j at ( Tnistnias. v ll,.licit. Bre.l'i ir-o. lie Me , iPi.-c.-irt BoatlV. has . id s'.cd as a special . tab’s in London. Tim a embers of the W-lhngton Cuontl n,;.. Tv aic r. hear.- ii;g 'A '} ale of _ ( >id ■ l.i: will ; sung m the I own ; Hid ..ii November 23. lb- following are. prir.'ipalft : - -■Mada-me Brigea. Ni'P'"*’ l : s Oi.oo; ‘.Mrs Ro-owarno, Nupcer, ;;.:o: 'ii- J .ire's .Sim 1 , son, Dun-abn. tome-; A.. ; .1..a;---- J.'go, laic, of Dunedin, bar’o; 1 \p>. u Mai-ic Cirte. a ii’.-’inb.-r of !; Mu<.gi->veK 'Da Bairy’ I'oiupjuy. - ~.j i be a. New Zealander and a ! ” 1 ’” . i",,us fiir Oliver Isdge. i'v..l\n Ne'-bH Thaw, th, 1 iwt(i::i, o’ t:oy sordid' 'i'h;" I .' trcgciy. is said to h.iv : j.iin.-l tit" l.nbln "t inema- O rnpanv, _ Tie-a. I.r-ail w. the talented pianot.-ri.' . . mcviHrec wh ■ .-pr-.’.v-fi m a PP ar ; ig burl'.'-qn-’ ••'! IC” n’-in.i ps ln-atte oil Mc.cdct, was .rdmitt-’d at t!rc eg- 1 “> /■;- , vcsrs'iiJ an assoca!'- or t! - .: 1 I.on-,on 1 'ege of Mus;,. Few_ peopb 1 '•ipt-um !no b-giiimato piam.'tj tti:.it_ 1; p r ’ =•••-■ • f ' I-ojilo who make a, living 1)> • " f l u , uiano-pliviugl bavt- -u- hj c " ! : 'ns tail . *••« , i.' - --t, mf'lnls i"r J’Li'. u^. C. if- Workrun. , •The civ! in the Taxi." ha.' piay.-d t.* ( U ] different Nad ma a "I' ll ', t .i>e0..!,.,_ . S-iidii r.’ C->:,.':nwe Drover. (:.■' ”-i ! • h-V lot in bis •■pinion, bus >.r •■"' (•■ v.\>- ■ ::ont r.s a nurse, , , . vi; j .Miss Minnie i.veicll. (ne •>. * • y" t:^ V ‘ ■’ ‘ ‘ Melhinm -’ for Hi' ‘ t iud.’te.... 1 n!( I,line, after a 'e'.y murcMiiig tim ’ - j South Africa. Mw Ewirlt acm.w. o.n j <>•- 1 iiiction of being the only ant pc-.i' l ' | lino ever visited that (f-unlry. She stage- 1 | for .1 C. Williauison. Ltd.. th-’U- ’ I 1 Roc-ts" iiaiitoinif'e, in addition (•' vuiionsj nu’slca! comedies, etui, of wtd hj was most | .sue,-e< sit'd. Li ‘Cinderella Aliss Everett j wi" have some novel dance featuus. I M. ss« Hanrourt Bc-attv. Herb ; t ( Irccn-V.c-od. and Fn-d-.-r'rk Vimhea :,lf ‘ 111 - lr ! Oscar Ascim's 1.-mibm pr.-duettou of ’-Ja- 1 weena." a Zulu tir.iina adapt-'.! iyn: 1 ! Lid-rr j llavg.U'd’s "A t hfid ot fit'am. j Anpuon l l v lb..R 1 is some incspect tuat M.irgc.vet Anglin "■•i’l c- n'.-y :o AuC-ia.ta a.-a : -, ; Ct u '.--r J’ !i iia del pit: w»n > :u ■Ti-uiv Wiudermo-v's Fan ’ a:.d the New Ye,k ficaion in Sbakespea n 1 ” a • Mdrno fii'-rd: Bernhard: in August, requested the auth-titles of Trris to permit her to traits form her theatre into a aosrital i the troops, as -she did m the. camp.iHri of 1870-71. Another French acfnws Maditm© Reiaitc. bus mad© arraugoments t.< j---ivive 50 refugee cbildvon n.t her couuresH '-oe at* Fieun-fpicvilH, Normandy. ( clia Gliiloni has been uiuiertaking sucy ccrsiidlv an tinttMiallv drastic scries ol , iv.uge:. From comic opera shn _ stepped biio • The Argvh* Ce.-i- 1 . and now it is anno,.need that df will play the fairy qurcu in t'u' ‘ C'tadrelit.’ par.unnime. " I.Hi-*!; M t hrih'- is appearing in Hadden (’bn ni.crsT r.ew play. ’ lhe> Imp-.'.ssiblo WV.rocn.' an adaptation ot Mi.« Sedgwick s •'lent'.' (bsli'tcy Tear! I ’, is also in the eat-L , „ , \V:ig„-r "cr 44 and had written ail hut three "d" n s oi'->r:is Ivfore Vienna, Munich, iv S-uttgcr firodurv.l a single <-;(> of them, lie was 56 Ijcf-r.- Italy. Fiance, and England aMctr.oied (hem, Ahu-cagui hved K>r a while <m‘ ». simg'c vlate of macaiv.m a <l:tv shortly before he wt' V-' M avu..ena I’ustii ana.’* Chr-pin sa d tln f - 1,0 r ; nc understood lym. Twhaikowsky •-■-ot:*. hvo veu<ra hef'-rn his degth, tl'ttt up •° time Berlin bad ignored his _ nine to. I-or Bach’s works there, was so litt’o demand that the plates had to b-- in-ehcd and the metal -«old to Jiay part of the experisva. Hia wire died a pauper. Three years before Mozart's death a Berlin critic Mid that he wa* r.ok a compe'cr nf note, fidnt-D.-rfc sold bis immortal snugs, tip tho lastyears of his life, for fivepenc-e apiece. He did not- give a eonren mitil eight mom hs befor“ )d, s death.
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
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