Shakespeare's Heroines, 10 October 1911, Image 3 of 5
Special Notice. The Managers would again call special attention to the desirability of patrons taking up their seats in advance, especially for Saturdays. To leave Tickets at the Box Offices until the last minute causes serious inconvenience and is a great strain upon the officials of the Theatre. With the telephones ringing the whole day through, the Managers cannot possibly be responsible for any mistakes which might occur regarding seats, unless Tickets are secured before the evening. If patrons will kindly call or send for their seats in advance, it would reduce the pressure at night, and add to the convenience and comfort of all. The Assembly Rooms, New Brighton, can be let for Cinderellas, Balls, Whist Drives, Dramatic Performances, Concerts, Meetings, Rehersals, Receptions, etc., etc. "Absolutely the most beautiful commodious and convenient rooms in the whole of the Wirral Peninsula. The best dancing floor. Splendid stage." – Vide Press. For terms and particulars apply to the Managers. Telephone 327 and 739 Liseard. The "Sports" Suits and Jackets the ideal rig for golf and holiday wear. Ready to wear or to measure at Ford's 51, Lord Street, Liverpool. By arrangement with the Quinian International Musical Agency, 318, Regent Street, London, W. Programme. Tuesday Evening, October 10th, 1911. Miss Ellen Terry will give a Shakespearean Recital with illustrative acting, on some of the Heroines from Shakespeare's Plays. The Recital will be divided into Two Parts. In the course of the First Part Miss Terry will comment on the following Heroines of Shakespeare's Plays: - Viola, Desdemona, Emilia, Juliet. In the Second Part the Subjects will be: - Katherine, Lady Anne, Helena, Julia, Constance, Cordelia, Cleopatra, Katherine of Aaragon, Hermione, Imogen, Cressida, Lady Macbeth, Ophelia, Portia. The Pathetic Women. Part 1. Viola – with extracts from "Twelth Night", Desdemona - with scene from "Othello", Emilia with scene from "Othello", Juliet with scenes from "Romeo and Juliet" (including the Potion Scene). Interval. Katherine – "Taming of the Shrew", Lady Anne – "Richard III." Helena – "All's Well that Ends Well", Julia – "Two Gentlemen of Verona", Constance – "King John", Cordelia – with scene from "King Lear", Cleopatra – with extracts from "Antony and Cleopatra", Katherine of Arragon – with extracts from "Henry VIII.", Hermoine with scene from "A Winter's Tale". Imogen – "Cymboline", Cressida – "Troilus and Cressida", Lady Macbeth – with extracts from "Macbeth", Ophelia – with scenes from "Hamlet" (including the Mad Scene). Portia – "The Merchant of Venice" (The Mercy Speech). "God Save the King". Overture "Tannhauser and Lohengrin" – Wagner. Interval "Hungarian Rhapsody" – Liszt. Conductor – Mr. J. R. Webster.
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