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 - be to licity. Friends of the group who con...
be to licity. Friends of the group who con sented to serve in an advisory ca pacity, teeling that we had more than a song to sing or a story to tell, are Mrs. Lillian Alexander, Mrs. Etnah Rochon Boutte, Dr. W. E. Burehardt DiiBois. Mrs. Jessie Fausct Harris. Dr. Alain c Locke, Josiah Marvell. Miss Hannah Mo - riata, Mrs. John E. Nail, Miss Mary White Ovington, Mrs. Ruth I - ogan Roberts and Mrs. Uiga Schapiro. We have not limited ourselves to the production of Negro plays, feeling that our people are just as capable of depicting the spontan - ity, tragedy, and happiness of life as we see it and feel it Negro life as we live it. We do now ever, wish to develop a Negro Art Theatre, and what our program of the future will be, remains to be seen. Just what is the place of the Little Theatre in the development ot jviegro drama.' certainly we are more free to experiment, and are less hampered and bound than the professional stage. I he opportunity opportunity which - the Little Theatre Theatre offers the. Negro youth of today today is invaluable, and it certainly tends to insure a brighter future for the Negro actor. What are our plans for the future? future? First: To establish a permanent Little Theatre in Harlem. Second: Tt make a definite contribution contribution to Negro .Drama and Literature by encouraging the writing of plays and producing them. Third: To train and develop talent talent for the stage. In order to accomplish thi program, program, we earnestly invite the in - trumpet until the wife and best friend are involved in the greatest of all scandals does he dare print that? You'll have to bold your breath when this man thousands fear and hate is brought to his knees by a woman. The powerful Bancroft was never more powerful. With Clive Brook and Kay Francis in the cast, this is a picture hard to surpass for entertainment, o At The Odeon Theatre Spine - tingling adventures in a house of terrfcr. Phantoms, weird noises and strange disappearances attend attend the daring exploits of the arch criminal in "The Bat Whirrs" which is coming to the Odeon Theatre Theatre for three days commencini Saturday. Saturday. April 11. There's seat - clutching clutching clutching tension, high - powered interest, 'gasns. chills and rib - tickling merriment merriment in this great hair - raising drama drama when it comes crashing thru scene after scene of breathless climaxes. climaxes. Just imagine a man and a girl pitting their brains against a fierce and resourceful arch - criminal who has defied the best police minds in the world. "The Bat Whispers" is the kind of story that leaves you hanging in mid - air while you witness witness surprise after surprise,, never knowing what will happen next. The famous director of "Alibi" has given you adventure film that equals "Dracula" in its weird fascinations. Ahlaze with rich, magnetic, punchy and actionful situations, the "Bat Whispers" will keen vou entertained and of course spellbound. For the world's most cunning had man lercft and support of the community, community, and out friends, , , . .

Clipped from The New York Age11 Apr 1931, SatPage 6

The New York Age (New York, New York)11 Apr 1931, SatPage 6
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