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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

Mr Binks remarked during one protracted specimen-were dragging their slow length along to a, conclusion ; tickets were selling like hot cr,kes ; and presently the great day came.
Amateur theatricals are a weariness to the flesh, but viewed in the right spirit they are by no means destitute of entertainment. The drama's laws, as interpreted by the amateur, differ materially from those observed by the professional branch-the members of which, it must be remembered, have to please to live - in several important particulars; and with these, the intending playgoer should at once make himself conversant.
Here is a precis
(1) Remember that the performance has been got up entirely for the benefit of the performers, and that you and the rest of the audience have merely been brought in to make the thing worth while.
(2) Abandon all hope of punctuality at the start or reasonability in the length of the intervals. Amateur scene-shifters and musicians do not relish having their "turns" curtailed any more than the more conspicuous members of the cast.
(3) Bear in mind the fact that the play is not the thing, but the players. The most thrilling Third Act is as dross compared with the excitement and suspense of watching to see whether Johnny Blank will really kiss Connie Dash in the

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