Theatre Notes, Aug. 11, 1924

A patient and slightly bewildered public learned last week that the June strike of the actors and the subsequent struggle with the managers will affect the Fall season scarcely at all. With the exception of David Belasco, George M. Cohan, George Tyler and Henry Miller, the managers have admitted defeat and are casting productions under the new and slightly rigid conditions demanded by the Actors' Equity Association.

Billie Burke will return to the stage this September in a musical comedy by Clare Kummer—all of it: book, lyrics and music. The Burke husband,...

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