Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jan. 30, 1928

The Patriot. A massive evening in the theatre awaits the curiosity seeker who hurries here for his entertainment. He will see eight scenes of Russian history roll by; uniformed in scarlet, green and white, majestic with the murder of a Tsar.

Paul I, son of Catherine, Russia's greatest queen, was crazy cruel with power. Destroying the love of his people at home and the power of Russia abroad, he dug his own grave. Led by Count Pahlen, governor of St. Petersburg, his surrounding servants killed him and...

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