Good Omens in New Career of Old Auditorium

Date: 
04/02/1933

In less than four months' time the rejuvenated and redecorated Auditorium theater, which opened Nov. 29 after several years' enforced Idleness, has held an array of attractions that has catered to all types of theater goers and to natives of a half dozen foreign countries now residents of Chicago.

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'The Gypsy Baron,' staged by William L. Klein and sung by Chicagoans, and John Pane-Gasser's presentation of 'II Trovatore' were examples of successful promotion by Chicago Impresarios, and 'La Tosca' struck a high point with its introduction of two great visiting stars-Jeritza and John Charles Thomas.

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