Theatre Notes, Mar. 3, 1923

The celebrated French historical drama, Pasteur, by Sacha Guitry, arrives at the Empire Theatre on March 14, with Henry Miller in the title role. Historical plays have had a stormy career in this city. They have passed all the way from the triumph of Drinkwater's Abraham Lincoln to the tragic defeat of Mackay's George Washington.

Mr. A. H. Woods scores a scoop. He is the first to exploit upon the stage the current excitement about narcotics and the narcotized. On Thursday Mr. Woods produced a Viennese play entitled Morphia, with Lowell Sherman. The...

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