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Bartley Campbell's "fate

Bartley Campbell's "fate image
Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
December
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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At the Grand opera house naxfc Monday evening, will be presented for the first time in Ann Arbor by araatenrs, Bartley Carnpbell's sterling ooinedy-drama, ''Fato, " a play which for ten years haa been performed in this country innumerable tirnes, and always with the greatest 6ncoess. "Fate" was writteu for Miss Fanny Daveuport and for several seasons served to exploit the dranmatio genius of that foreruost American aotress. As with professionals the play has for years been popular with amateurs and many cities have seeu performances of it by amateurs that have been notable for their real artistic merits. The play will be given here at the Grand opera houso, next Monday night, for the benefit of the Anu Arbor Chapter, Order of tbe Eastern Star. The amateur cast which has been selected to produce the play is one that, judgiug frorn the rehearsals which have been iu progress for the past three weeks, will give a performance complete iu every detail. They have snrely worked hard and in oonsideration of the faot that nearly all meiubers of the compauy are experienoed in stage work, it is uot too muoh to warraufc a very interesting perfonnanue. The people of the play have been chosen with striot regard to their fitness for the parta assnmed. Iuasmuoh as many of the ladies and gentlemen who wil] act tho pieoe Monday uight have been seen in amateur performances here, an extra interesr will be centered iu the performance. The complete cast of tbe play is as followg; HarrySrantly Kar] K.ïlarriman Onclo Burdette.. Walter Boynton James Cordon Kriiuk Kearney Mr. JeBsup James simonis Joe l'lummer ... Offlcer Catobero """ f Duane O. Waner BlaocheSterliOB Misa Nona o'Brien Florenoe QrautTy Mre. Lizzie Oreen wood Sally Armle Waddle Hattie Swift-Sdowerman Mary Arnold Mj.ss Nullio Mintfiiy Mortimur TheopUiliiN Muggrs.. Charles Bishop ( Seats for the performance may be teserved today at the United States Express office, Huron st. , where tickets are on sale. They may also be seoured from auy member of the Eastern Star and at tbe State and Ann Arbor Savings Bauks, Watts' jewelry store, "Vadhams, Ryan & Beule's, and Palmer's Pharmacy. Admissiou 86, :i"), and 50 oents.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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