Theatre Notes, Jun. 4, 1923

Two productions of the Shuberl operetta Blossom Time are now running simultaneously in Manhattan— one at the 44th Street Theatre, the other at the Shubert. Why? Well, the Shuberts say that they want to present Blossom Time in London and they just can't decide upon the exact personnel. So ballots listing the cast of both companies are distributed at both performances among the audience who are invited to vote as to who they think should travel over the water. The Shuberts have apologized to the Chicago Evening Post. You see, they...

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