The Theatre: Stock Companies

They Rove the Whole U. S., Manhattan Excepted To the average New Yorker (if there is one) the theatre is apt to mean a playhouse within walking distance, at least, of Broadway, and the theatrical season a period that begins in the Fall with the appearance of an A. H. Woods bedroom-farce and ends shortly after straw-hat-day with a wave of musical comedies. Of course the a. N. Y. has heard about stock companies—but, if he reads theatrical reviews, he doubtless connects them with the grand old days.

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