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December 04, 1925 - Image 12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TWENTIETH

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Playing Evening Performances Monday,

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Thursday and Friday, with Saturday

Matinee.

Prices-$3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

Hundreds will see the show every day next week. Here is your chance to get good seats for some performance.

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however, because they're going fast.

What the Press has Said in the Past:

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" . The entire production has a certain professional finesse, although
retaining the proper college atmosphere. The costumes, original and dazzling
-caused the audience which filled the Metropolitan Opera House to put
their stamp of approval on one of the brightest and most sparkling shows of
the season. . . ." Times, New York City, December 19, 1923.
" . . .Those who came to patronize mostly went away to praise-it caught
the audience that filled the Metropolitan Opera House last night for two
acts of a varied and spirited and rainbow colored production-it made as
complete and successful a picture as is to be found anywhere between Forty-
Second Street and Fifteenth Street. . ."
Herald, New York City, December 19, 1923.

". It is not only good poetry and better football that the middle west
offers these days; they offered "Cotton Stockings" at the Metropolitan last
evening, a college opera with more fun, color, and professional dancing than
in many Broadway productions. . " .
Post, New York City, December 19, 1923.
". . The Mimes of the University of Michigan Union set a precedent
in college operas before a brilliant audience that filled the Metropolitan
Opera House last night-if there was anything of skepticism or amused toler-
ance in any part of the audience before the rise of the curtain, it was dissi-
pated by the Opening Chorus. The smoothness, the stage presence, the
grace of the collegians brought to mind the best of musical shows of the past
-before revues and jazz broke through. ."
Tribune, New York City, December 19, 1923.

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