Theatre: Road Companies

Theatre business on "the road" has fallen off alarmingly the last two years. This, conclude many authorities, is due to the fact that the risque, sophisticated productions of Broadway accord poorly with the sterner attitude of less teeming cities. But plans for next year indicate that "the road" will see more of the best.

Minnie Maddern Fiske, Margaret Anglin, Harrison Grey Fiske, announce a "migratory dramatic institution" whose Broadway appearance will be merely incidental to an itinerary that will include scores of cities. The Merry Wives of Windsor, Shakespeare's farce in which...

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