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NEW PLAY BY E. B. SHELDON '08

"Princess "Zim-Zim" to be Given for First Time at Plymouth Theatre Wednesday.

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"Princess Zim-Zim," a new play by E. B. Sheldon '08, the author of "Salvation Nell," "The Nigger," and "The Boss," will be produced for the first time at the Plymouth Theatre, Boston, Wednesday evening. Dorothy Donnelly who played in "Madame X" last year will take the leading feminine part, and John Barrymore will play the leading male role.

The play is somewhat different from Mr. Sheldon's former work. The scene is laid in Coney Island, and the plot deals with a rich young New Yorker who hires himself out as a pianist in a side show. He falls in love with the Princess Zim-Zim and the rest of the play revolves about their love story. Aside from the plot, the play is interesting chiefly as a vivid picture of Coney Island life.

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