Theatre Notes: May 19, 1923

Next fall will see another foreign importation. The players of the Grand Guignol—who specialize in broad farce and recherché horrors—will come over to New York under the direction of the Selwyns, associated with William Elliott. The cadaverous M. Max and the agile Mile. Paulette (who has been murdered in more different and spine-chilling ways than any other actress on the Parisian stage) will lead the company. Eye-gouging, vitriol-throwing and premature burial are some the jovial themes employed in previous Grand Guignol productions. R. U. R. is opening in London shortly. A robot with...

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