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5s m m Candid Comment.

5s m m Candid Comment.

The new ballet produced by the Russian Dancers is called " Chout " and pronounced "Shoot." One would have dearly loved to oblige. Dramatic art should be comprehensible without a synoptical programme. " Chout " is unintelligible, save perhaps to those fanatics who do their best t
01 July 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
To direful tidings we must bow; The drama mourns quite broken-hearted, For who can save the fortress now With Laurillard

To direful tidings we must bow; The drama mourns quite broken-hearted, For who can save the fortress now With Laurillard

and Grossmith parted. Art turned despondent from the hills Whereon had blazed a great tradition. But, ah ! new hope around her thrills; Perhaps they'll start in competition. Another rhyme to "great tradition" Is "thereby saved it from perdition." Gazette Diary. May 27th (Matinee
01 July 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Gallery First-Nighters.

The Gallery First-Nighters.

We made a trip into the wilds of Bedford Row on Sunday evening, April 17th, where, at the Bookbinders' Hall, 21, John Street, Mr. Louis Cowen addressed the members of the Club on "Audiences and Morality." This was not, as the speaker was careful to point out, a question of the m
01 May 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Success of the Season.

The Success of the Season.

Here is the tale of a Musical Show, In case you don't know The way it is made—you know how it's played Or should if you go And who doesn't, sometimes, to see such a show. The authors take first of a story one inch; It's always the same so there's no need to pinch, And they fashi
01 October 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
I Think:

I Think:

that the stage-hand has become the spoke in the wheel of the dramatic pioneer; that he—the stage-hand-4s a despot; that his charges amount to usury; that this will lead to the gradual death of the trial matinee (as it has already killed the Pioneers, Edith Craig's memorable stag
01 August 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
e e se Acid Asides.

e e se Acid Asides.

There are three distinct types of play now in London where one may learn : I. How to be pleasing, though vapid. 2. How to be wicked and rapid. 3. How to be unwrapt and naked. These may be divided under the following headings 1. The CHARM School. 2. The HARM School. 3. The ARM Sc
01 December 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
OLD Vic

OLD Vic

01 December 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
Managers.

Managers.

Gentlemen, During the past six months THE GALLERY GAEZTTE has tried to impress upon you the fact that, for the moment, Britain's position in the world of dramatic art is in your keeping; that in most cases you have betrayed, and are still betraying, this sacred trust; that, thro
01 November 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
Gazette Diary. " TIMOTHY."

Gazette Diary. " TIMOTHY."

October I Si , SH AFTESBURY. " Timothy "is tenth rate twaddle. Gush, mush and slush! The two American authors, David Belasco and W. J. Hurlbut, were wise not to produce it in their own country. Cyril Maude is a garrulous lift attendant with an up and down Irish accent. He is sec
01 November 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England
 
Bad Badinage.

Bad Badinage.

"Troubles never come singly," pipes the poet. Was he thinking of the Dolly Sisters or the Trix Sisters? He who boos and runs away will live to boo another play. _ .. At the Lyceum—" The Only Play." Some first-nighters specialise in Boos, others in Booze. Constant attendance at t
01 November 1921 - Gallery Gazette - London, London, England