It does not show Irving at all at his best, and, despite two very pretty scenes, this is true also of Miss Terry; but the audience ... 1890S 21, 4:7 aquot;God gLES. .... aquot; hatover sho said was woll said, and all her acts were performed with a incly discriminat: ing touch by Mary Shaw, ... playcd with good judgment and success a wide range of parts, including Schillora#39;s Queen ElizabA³th and 8hakespearca#39;s Audroy. ... While the corridors are narrow, thero are plenty of them, and no exouse for crowding.
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