News: Neillsville Opera House (1 Apr 1910)


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----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 1, 1910


Neillsville Opera House (1 April 1910)


Shakespeare’s plays are immortal because a sweet love story is told in each one.  In "The Man on the Box" the old sweet story, always new, yet old, is so powerfully and artistically blended with the abundance of rich spicy comedy that the author has reached the pinnacle of spell-binding interest in his crowning effort to amuse and please his most critical of all his American auditors.  A play that in its initial run of over 200 nights in New York City was followed by runs of equal length in Boston and Chicago.  "The Man on the Box" has been secured by the manager of the Neillsville Opera House as a special treat for his patrons and his efforts should be rewarded by a large audience.




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