WM. COLLIER IN NEW PLAY.
|Topics: The Motor Chaperone
The New York Times
December 11, 1909
Appears in "A Lucky Star," Adapted from Novel, "The Motor Chaperone."
Special to The New York Times.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Dec. 10.—Charles Frohman presented William Collier here to-night in the first production of Anne Crawford Flexiner's new four-act comedy, "A Lucky Star," after the novel "The Motor Chaperone," by C. N. and A. M. Williams.
The scene of the play is laid in Holland, and has to do with a trip which Ronald Lester Starr desires to make with a couple of young women with whom he imagines he is in love. He secures a chaperone, who eventually turns out to be a girl with whom Starr was once in love. She disguises herself, and Starr after some time discovers that he loves the chaperone instead of her two charges. It is then that she discloses her identity to him, and the play ends happily.
In the company are Paula Marr, Katherine Mulkins, Reginald Mason, Wallace Warsley, and Marjorie Wood.
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