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Behind The Scenes

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Day
24
Month
September
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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Agnea Booth has a magnificent glimmer home at Manchester-by-the-Sea in Hassachusetts. Annie Lewis, the actress, recently found a bag of diamonds on a Chicago Btreet and had soine difficulty in locating their owner. Sadie Trephagen, a )-oung woman who figured rather proininently as a witnesa in a New York naurder trial some time ago, has decided to go on the stage. Chicago is to have a new theater, with au auditorium seating 1,300, aad arranged after the English fashion. It will be capped by a roof garden inclosed with glasa. Clara Morris says that imagination, observation and a keen judgment in adapting one's knowledge to the requiretnents of tho stage are the qualities most necessary to an actor or actress. The custom of closing theatrical performances with the national anthem is becoming general. It was done in seventy-four towns out of ninety-nine that one company visited last season. George Fawcett, the strong young actor of character parta, was recently married to the daughter of Major Crossman. Henrietta Crossman, the well known actress, is a sister of the bride. Winnie and Angela McCaull, the two talented daughters of Colonel John A. McCaull, whose name has been identified with comic opera in the Dnited States for years, are soon to go on the stage. The attempt of Eva Mann to make the notoriety she gained through her unenviable connection with the Robert Ray Hamilton tragedy a stepping stone to success on the stage has been a complete failure. Mme. Patti was bom in Fuencarral Btreet, Madrid, Feb. 19, 1843, at 4 o'clock p. m., but she passed her youth in New York city. Contrary to many interviewers, she speaks English without an accent, and bas since she was a little girL

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