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About Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1894)
THB SATURDAY MORJVUVG COURIER
NEW LANSING THEATRE
OHt WUK" CQtoWEJtlCAflfc fLOWNl, fftRqH 5m
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and all the
iLIA MARLOWE'S second upiwur-
nco in Lincoln wur, it nnytliitif,',
more notuhlo tliun nor lust, lie-
tho Viola of "Twelfth Niht" and
tmice in "Tho Love Clniso'' thero !r
lo runiro u iliBsiinilurity 041111 to
of tho authors of tho rcHpcctivo
and thero isn't very much in coin-
lotween Shakospoaro und Shuridtin
leu. In tho norformanco at tho
Mnj? thcatro Wednesday night thoro
liotliinK of tho glamour or Slialuv
lo, and thero Ih bo littlp of real
uitic interest and such an impartial
ibutlon of the dlaloL'uo huioiil' tho
J I lius leading uharautcra of tho play
f r I tho BiiccesB of MIrb Marlowo in in-
1 il"K " nu,c'1 B""'no interest in tho
(f?Io part of Coimtinwe is a decided
1 1 r,,h'
I I A comedy roles such as Viola, lloxa
1 J nnil (ninluiHu: thoro is certainly
o uiiiong tlio actressea of our own
ntrv that is so delicately eh"uctivo.
tho part of lloxaliuil Modjeska gives
1 strong interpretation or a fuuilliur
ractor; lint ModjesUa s experience is
et by tho vivacity and winsomoneHS
LTiico of Miss Marlowe, ami it is ovi-
t that whilo tho latter may never bo
fit ; heavier lines Bho is destined to
tt. I o with paiticnlar brilliance in pure
'fMiody. In many respects Bho is tho
j st charming actress on the American
K gejshoisan exponent of gentility.
J) Jr grace as a woman undoubtedly in-
jfenccBour judgmentof her capabilities
J I an actress. Sho shows us that a
1 mum may l)o wonderfully attractivo
!f.i 4 ttiiltiir tiiindumiwt. Tliorii urn
foreB of handsomer women on thostago,
it thoro are few that are bo attractive.
Tho charm of "Tho Lovo Chaso ' is its
niplicity. MIbb Marlowo lias not much
' do, but sho does it so well and with
inh Intlniteirrai'o.dopictingtho rougish
tid yet lovo lorn Canntance with lovely
...illtv. Unit Bho nroiiBOB tlio most in-
.,100 in iniraiioil. 11 in iiiiiiuiiii in
. .,.. it t.. .11111. ...it 1..
'naglno anything more thoroughly do-
ghtful than tho sceno in which she
ikes snort of Wildrakv anil Ills elloris
fo assume the airs and graces of town
ifo. and mimics his Borious attempts to
500 dualling and gay.
Iltoso Eyotings Widow Wren, recalling
Mrs. John Drew In a Bimllar part, wub
nViiiilnltelv dono. Miss Woodward's
t.ydia was a most pleaBlng foil to tho
kUshing widow'. II. A. weaver, ar.- no
huh 11 Hon who tuKes tlio sumo pans -is
,n old and experienced actor, and his
ii- wniiitm Fundlow wub one of tho
ItronjreBt fi'iiturcB of tlio performance.
Mr. Coleman had an oxtromely dilllcult
part as Wildrake, and ho sustained it
admirably. Tho company, on the wholo,
"Tho Ensign" wub presented at tho
Lansing theatre Thursday evening.
Thoro aro many stirring things in this
naval drama, and it is ono of the best of
tho dolugoof this class of plays that has
swept ,o'cr tho country in tlio last two or
three years und which hud its inception
in tho success of "Shenandoah." Tho
play is interpreted by an evenly balanced
company, and tho performance was well
received. "Tho Ensign'' has been seen
in Lincoln before, and it is tolerably
Tho Holdon Comedy company, ono of
the favorite repeitoiro companies that
visit Lincoln, will play a return engage
ment of ono week at the Lansing theatre
commencing Monday night, presenting
a number of strong plays. The opening
attraction will bo Oliver Doud Hymn's
great success entitled "The Inside
Track." Popular prices will prevail
during this engagement. On Monday
evening ladies will be admitted free
when accompanied by an escort on a
If the euro of tho hair were made a
part of a lady's education, wo should not
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Newest Btylo cloaks and waists just ro
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Think of it! Four thousands miles for
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