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ACTRESSES' FRANCHISE LEAGUE

ACTRESSES' FRANCHISE LEAGUE

. At the Rehearsal Theatre, on Tuesday afternoon, April 25, 1911, were presented: An Alltgirp, By Vera Wentworih. The Woman Misa Maud Hoffman The Man Mr. Clifford Heatherlcy The Slve Woman Mies Violet Bazalgette Fear Miss Beatrice Filmer Courage Mr. Ross Shore Prejudice Mr. Jacks
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER

. (From our own Correspondent.) ROYAL (Proprietors, the United Theatres Co. Managing Director. Mr. John Hart; Acting-Manager, Mr. Edmondstone Shlrru).--Mr. H. B, Irving and his company are hire with The Princess Clementine, Mr. Irving, Miss Gladys Mason, Mr. Henry Viart, Mr. Fran
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN STAGE

THE AMERICAN STAGE

. (From our Special Correspondent.) NEW YORK, April 15, 1911. An infallible sign of the near approach of the end of the season is that no fresh attraction was submitted this week, for the two performances of Sauce for the Goose at the newly-opened Playhouse may not be allowed und
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CONCERT ARTISTS AND ENTERTAINERS. Cuds fa this Column mar be Inserted at the following rates i Three lines, 10,'- per

CONCERT ARTISTS AND ENTERTAINERS. Cuds fa this Column mar be Inserted at the following rates i Three lines, 10,'- per

Quarter Four 12/- r m Including Copy ol THE STAGE, Single Insertions, 1/- lor Jour lines I each additional j P0"* Iree' line, 5d. THE CONCERT ARTISTES' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. President, Ocoxoe Asittox, Esq. ]Tands over £1,590. Tbe O.A.B.H. Is the only Benevolent Asioaiation dev
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT NOTES

CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT NOTES

. The Press Club gave a special house-dinner on Saturday evening. the occasion being the formal opening of their new dining-room at the club's headquarters in Wute Office Court. The programme prsented at the tubsequoat somking concert included contributions from Miss Decima Moore
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Proprietor, Sir Herbert Beerbohh The*. ANNUAL SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL. Every Evening, a 8, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. With

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Proprietor, Sir Herbert Beerbohh The*. ANNUAL SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL. Every Evening, a 8, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. With

Mendelssohn's Music. _,_._? Bottom the Weaver. ARTHUR BOTJRCHIER Sberon Miss EVELYN D'ALROY MATINEE EVERY WED. and SAT., at 2. The production under the sole direction o[ SIR HERBERT TREE. GAIETY THEATRE. Manager, Mr. George Edwardei. EVERY EVENING at 8.15. Mr. George Edwardes1 N
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE YEAR BOOK FOB 1911. Price 1. Post Free, Is. 4d. EXTBACTS FROM A FEW PRESS OPINIONS. DAILY NEWS.

THE STAGE YEAR BOOK FOB 1911. Price 1. Post Free, Is. 4d. EXTBACTS FROM A FEW PRESS OPINIONS. DAILY NEWS.

A veritable encyclopedia of the stage Is a term that may very aptly be applied. A remarkable Bhillingsworth, this volume of over 300 pagei, beautifully illustrated and crammed with Infor mation. It is a publication useful and interest ing to actor and playgoer alike. DAILY CHRON
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
The Stage. Established 1880. Circulation guaranteed to he larger than that of all tho other Journals devoted to the Dramatic

The Stage. Established 1880. Circulation guaranteed to he larger than that of all tho other Journals devoted to the Dramatic

and Musical Professions combined. Literary communications only should bo addressed to the Editor. Advertisements and all Business matters to the Manager. Offices I 16, York Street, Coven* Garden, London, W.C. Telephones I Gerrard 2992 and 5213. Telegrams i "THE STAGE, LONDON." L
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
PLAYWRIGHTS' POSITION.--III

PLAYWRIGHTS' POSITION.--III

. The French view of plays is that they are the raw material on which the stage depends for existence, and are to be valued accordingly. It has been said that any manufacturer would rejoice to pay no more than 12 per cent, for his raw material--12 per cent, of the gross receipts
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT

CHIT CHAT

. Sir George Reid, the High Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Australia, will take the vice-chair at the fart-wcll supper which is to be given to Mr. H. B. Irving at the Savoy Hotel on May 10, with Sir Herbert Tree as chairman. In addition to the leading members of Mr. Irving'
27 April 1911 - The Stage - London, London, England