National Theatre, Unknown, USA - May 15, 1922

National Theatre program, May 15, 1922, Unknown location
National Theatre
PROGRAM

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
My 15th, 16th, 17th

OFFERS FOR YOUR APPROVAL
D. W. GRIFFITH'S

Orphans of the Storm

By arrangement with Kate Claxton

TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY
3:15 and 8:30


National Theatre program, May 15, 1922, Unknown location. Showing ORPHANS OF THE STORM (1922) with Lillian Gish and Dorothy Gish

COMPLETE CAST OF PRINCIPALS

HENRIETTE GIRARD

LILLIAN GISH

LOUISE

DOROTHY GISH

CHEVALIER DE VAUDREY

JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT

COUNT DE LINIERES

FRANK LOSEE

COUNTESS DE LINIERES

CATHERINE EMMETT

MARQUIS DE PRESLE

MORGAN WALLACE

MOTHER FROCHARD

LUCILLE LA VERNE

JACQUES FROCHARD

SHELDON LEWIS

PIERRE FROCHARD

FRANK PUGLIA

PICARD

CREIGHTON HALE

JACQUES-FORGET-NOT

LESLIE KING

DANTON

MONTE BLUE

ROBESPIERRE

SIDNEY HERBERT

KING LOUIS XVI

LEO KOLMER

THE DOCTOR

ADOLPHE LESTINA

SISTER GENEVIEVE

KATE BRUCE

DANCER

FAY MARBE

REVELLER

PORTER STRONG

D. W. Griffith announces that great pains have been taken to make the costumes, settings, incidents and characters from history absolutely correct. While many of the characters particularly those of the women, may seem strange today, they are proper duplications of costumes of the period. Thanks are due Louis Allard, Litt. D., professor of French Literature at Harvard University. Authorities -- Taine, Guizot, Abbott and in particular Thomas Carlyle, in his History of the French Revolution. This production is the most costly of all Mr. Griffith's efforts -- both in money and time. This should mean nothing, Mr. Griffith contends, as long as it pleases the public.


National Theatre program, May 15, 1922, Unknown location. Theatre Information.

Theatre Information

Phone 3272
Ticket Booth and Managers Office

Ladies Room
Left of Foyer

Gentlemen's Smoking Room
Right of Foyer, down stairs

Children's Play Room
Mezzanine Floor, Maid in attendance

Ladies Parlor
Mezzanine Floor

Pay Station Phone
Mezzanine Phone


National Theatre program, May 15, 1922, Unknown location. Coming Attractions Next Week.

NEXT WEEK

Returned on account of popular demand

Monday and Tuesday
Lord Fauntleroy

Wednesday and Thursday
Way Down East

Friday and Saturday
Robert W. Chambers Story of American History
CARDIGAN

No advance in prices all week



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