John Bunny in Funnyland March 6, 1915

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John Bunny in Funnyland March 6, 1915 - PI ays an d pi ayers. NAZIMOVA, who will play a...
PI ays an d pi ayers. NAZIMOVA, who will play a second week at the Or-pheum Or-pheum Or-pheum Theater, has said of her sketch, "War Brides," "My heart and soul are wrapped up in 'War Brides' as in no other play in which I have ever appeared. And there is this reason for it. I feel that I am helping to bring about peace, teaching the world what the horrors of war are from the woman's standpoint and that what I depict can leave but one impression on my audiences that the war should be stopped. 'War Brides' is not partisan. It deals with waf as it is in all countries among any peasant people. It shows the silent sufferers at home as well as those at the front. It is absolutely ; neutral. It is absolutely general and absolutely absolutely true. It is for this reason and this alone that I was induced to enter vaudeville. At the conclusion of my engagement engagement I will return to Ibsen." Other numbers on the bill next week will be Cecil Lean; the Misses Campbell, in "At Home"; Hans Kronold, cellist, and Raymond and Clev-erley. Clev-erley. Clev-erley. IN "The Bird of Paradise," Richard Walton Tully has successfully demonstrated the enervating effect of topical life upon a white man of weak character and his redemption redemption by means of a good woman. This romantic story of Hawaii will be seen at the Majestic Theater next week. Manager Morosco will also put forward a clever emotional actress, Miss Lenore Ulrich, who plays Luana, the pretty native girl, whose love for her people finally causes her death. The original band of Hawaiian singers and dancers are still with the company. JOHN BUNNY, the famous screen actor whose face may well be called his fortune, will come to the Broadway Theater next week in a musical comedy, "Bunny in Funny-land." Funny-land." Funny-land." This will be his only appearance in this city, as Bunny is on a tour of the world. The company includes fifty singers, singers, dancers and comedians, with Bunny, the central figure, who makes six complete changes and is seen throughout the greater part of the performance. The first part portrays Bunny telling humorous stories of his experiences in the studio studio and travels through Europe; the second part shows the interior of his motion picture studio, with Bunny showing the manner in which motion pictures are made. JOHN BUNNY, The famous screen actor, who comes to the Broadway next week in a musical comedy, "Bunny in Funnyland." i Theater, Monday night, with Phyllis Neilson-Terry Neilson-Terry Neilson-Terry in the title role. It is a sweet little comedy of 1770, nicely trimmed

Clipped from Brooklyn Life06 Mar 1915, SatPage 22

Brooklyn Life (Brooklyn, New York)06 Mar 1915, SatPage 22
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