Theater: Theater Notes, Apr. 7, 1923

The Devil's Disciple, by George Bernard Shaw, promised for production last season by the Theatre Guild, but crowded out by Back to Methuselah, will be given at the Garrick two weeks hence. Basil Sydney will have the role of Dick Dudgeon.

The Moscow Art Players left New York to present their artistic wares in Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and smaller cities on a six weeks' tour.

When A. H. Woods presented his Light Wines and Beer in Chicago, he reconstructed a bar, brass rail and all, in the lobby of the theatre.

Booth Tarkington's Bristol Glass...

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