Theatre Notes, Mar. 10, 1923

Madame X, sordid French drama which some years ago caused such unrest in the bosoms of the otherwise placid, was revived by the stock com-pany of the St. James Theatre, Boston.

Lionel Atwill—best remembered in Tiger, Tiger!, Deburau, and The Grand Duke—will appear in David Belasco's adaptation of Sacha Guitry's comedy, The Comedian.

Oliver Cromwell, another historical play by John Drinkwater, author of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Stuart, is shortly to be produced in Lon- don. Mr. Drinkwater is working on a play dealing with Robert E. Lee.

Partners Again, sequel to Potash and Perlmutter, was...

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