Theatre Notes, Apr. 14, 1923

The New Grand Guignol (Paris) program includes a horror play The Crucified, and a broad farce The New Below, both of which have scored enormous successes. The Grand Guignol Theatre is known all over the world as the most spine-chilling chamber of theatrical horrors in existence. Every known variety of human agency is depicted by the Guignol players with blood-curdling realism.

Of the American musical plays in Australia, Sally and Mary are making the biggest hits. Sally is now in its 14th week in Sydney.

Balieff's Chauve Souris, now in its fourth series, has...

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