Theatre Notes, Mar. 17, 1923

Rumors of a Gilbert and Sullivan revival by the Shuberts are being corroborated. J. Harold Murray and Viola Gillette, now appearing in tuneful and romantic Caroline, have been engaged as a nucleus for the company.

Sarah Bernhardt is an immortal artist in various senses. She has recovered from her recent supposedly fatal illness. Her first performance after her recovery will be in The Sphinx, by Maurice Rostand, son of Edmond Rostand, famous author of Cyrano de Bergerac, Chanticler, L'Aiglon.

A revival of Harry Wagstaff Gribble's comedy, March Hares, was presented for the...

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