Chrystal Herne will be seen here next week in Ritta Weiman's drama, "The Acquitial."
"East Is West," with Fay Bainter in the leading role, will celebrate its one hundredth performance in Boston at today's matinee at the Shubert Theatre.
Daisy Ashford's "The Young Visitors" has been dramatized and produced on the New York stage.
Proving that the negro has real dramatic as well as comic ability in the theatre, the Provincetown Players in New York have cast Charles S. Gilpin, a negro actor, in the title role of Eugene O'Neill's "The Emperor Jones."
"Vogues and Vanities," which opened at the Majestic on Monday night, is ulti- mately destined for the Astor Theatre in New York.
The length of the present engagement of "The Champion" at the Park Square Theatre depends largely upon Same Harris' success in securing a theatre for its presentation in New York. At the moment, the crowded houses which Broadway seems to enjoy is preventing many shows from finding room to open in the metropolis.
A new midnight show, to be known as "The Century Midnight Revue," was produced stop the Century Theatre in New York last Monday night. The present offering will be sent on tour with Eddie Cantor as its principal star