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2c) Faurot Opera House, Lima, Ohio, October 1926 ‘Billy Fitzsimmons and Mlle Flory are a new combination of entertainers and will be seen in a novelty comedy diversion entitled ”By the Weight.” Fitzsimmons has made a speciality of eccentric old men parts, haing appeared in intimate productions under the management of Cohan and Harris … Flory was in four consecutive editions of Greenwich Village Follies and with ”Innocent Eyes” and ”Gay Paree.”’ ( Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Billy Fitzsimmons, By the Weight? Not time or love or circumstance could change her – she must succeed.
(comedy sketch), Drury Lane Theatre (London), Fairfax Theatre (Miami), Faurot Opera House (Lima), Fitzsimmons & Flory, Florence Normand, Gay Paree (musical revue), Greenwich Village Follies, Innocent Eyes (musical revue), Jeanette Fleury, Joe Shriner, Keith's Vaudeville, Regine Flory, suicide, Sussman (photographer), The Newsdealer (comedy sketch), Trimmings (comedy sketch) | 1 Comment » Lily Elsie (1886-1962), English star of musical comedy, upon her return to the stage in the title role of Pamela, comedy with music by Arthur Wimperis and Frederic Norton, Palace Theatre, London, 10 December 1917 (photo: unknown, probably London, 1916/1917) ‘MISS LILY ELSIE.
Aubrey Smith, Cosmo Hamilton, Dion Boucicault junior, Edward Sloman Saker, Hnery Arthur Jones, Irene Vanbrugh, Marie O'Berne, Mrs Edward Saker, St. Sylvia have but an imperfect acquaintance with the English tongue, and their speeches are therefore not readily comprehensible.
The present cast is in many respects an excellent one. Shiel Barry, of course, retains his part of the miser, Gaspard, and plays it with the same intensity as heretofore; while Mr. Charles Ashford continue to impersonate the Bailie and his factotum, Gobo, in a manner which is well known. Her industry however, was so great that, aided by her exceptional talents, she soon completely identified herself with the tongue of Goethe and Schiller, and the public have accepted the brilliant young interpreter of all that is finest in German literature as a native of the Fatherland.
With these three exceptions the characters have changed hands. Miss Mardon’s present engagement at Mannheim is a very important one.
383c) * * * * * * Nina Mardon formed a relationship with the German novelist and short story writer, Wilhelm Holzamer (1870-1907), for whom he left his wife and seven children. She alone of all our stage women possesses it to the full. 3) Note the similarity between this photograph and Sir James Jebusa Shannon’s portrait of Miss Elsie, which has been dated to circa 1916.
As Nina Fraenkel her name appears in a 1938 index of Jews whose German nationality was annulled by the Nazi Regime. Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged A Winter's Tale, Hubert Lill (photographer), Iphigenia in Tauris (play), J. Goethe, King Lear, National Theatre (Mannheim), Nibelunge Nibelungen (play), Nina Fraenkel, Nina Mardon, Torquato Tasso (play), Twelfth Night, Wilhelm Holzamer | 1 Comment » Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, London, ‘The Premier Variety Theatre. The normal salary can never be sufficient to cover the necessary requirements.