"the Tyrolean Queen."
The tnnefnl, romantio children's operetta in four acts to be given at the Athens Theater Thorsday and Friday evenings of next week, Jone 9 and 10, will be a great treat for the amusement loving people of AnD Arbor. For two months past Prof. R. H. Kempf bas been instrncting the principáis and chorus of 60 carefully selected voioes, inclnding the vested choir of St. Andiew's ohnrch. Master Freddie Daley in the title role will have many beautifnl solos in whioh to display bis fine soprano voioe. Mr. Warren D. Lombard, a professional stage director, who has been with the leading opera companies, is staging the operetta. The large chorus of Tyrolean gypsies, fairies and peasants, all exquisitely costnmed, in artistic groupings, fancy danoes, marches, etc., togetber with an elabórate stage mounting will be leading features of the entertainment. The Tyrolean Qneen will be a grand spectacnlar production. Inoidental to the production will be a grand patriotic finale of national airs disolosing a beautifnl tableau "Breaking Fair Cuba's Shackles. " The reserved seat sale will open at Wahr's book store, N. Main st., and Bangsterfer's, State st., tomorrow morning at 9 o'clook. Reserved seats 50 cents. Admission 35 cents and 25 cents.
Ann Arbor Argus