THEATREGOERS TO HEAR OF DAYS OF BOSTON MUSEUM
On Monday afternoon William Seymour, who is now playing in "The Goose Hangs High," will recount to the Theatregoers Club stories of the Boston Museum of which from 1879 to 1889 he was stage manager.
The events of his life and the life of the American theatre and of the theatre in Boston are closely interwoven. After his 10 years at the Boston Museum he was for nine years at the Tremont Theatre. In 1904 he became general stage manager for Charles Freshman.
The theatre collection at Harvard, about which he has heard from his son, J. W. S. Seymour '17, Secretary of the University for Information, interests him exceedingly, he explained last night, and expects, therefore, to speak on Monday of reminiscences awakened by that collection.