THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNAE REUNION.
Hunter College of the City of N. Y. Sat. May 15, '15, 2.30 p.m.
Heaven has no mouth, it makes men speak for it.
Scenes from the fascinating and fantastic Chinese play
The Yellow Jacket
done in Chinese manner
An interpretive impersonation in full Oriental costume
by DR. FREDERIC POOLE
The story of The Yellow Jacket is as old as the hills and as young as Spring Time. It is replete with strange and unexpected situations and compelling in its wonderful combination of subtle humor, tearful pathos and deep tragedy. It is a play without scenery yet its scenery is as big as your imagination.
Cast of Characters Impersonated.
CHORUS. Prologue and announcer.
WU SIN YIN. (Great Sound Language) Governor of of the province.
DUEY JUNG FAH. (Fuchsia flower) second wife of Wu Sin Yin.
TSO. (Fancy beauty) maid to Duey Jung Fah.
CHEE MOO. (Kind mother) first wife of Wu Sin Yin.
TAI FAH MIN. Father of Duey Jung Fah, second wife.
SUEY SIN FAH. Wife of Lee Sin the farmer and maid to the first wife, Chee Moo.
LEE SIN. The honest contented farmer.
LIN WONG. A departed spirit.
Scene 1. The palace of Wu Sin Yin the Great.
Scene 2. The garden of Duey Jung Fah.
Scene 3. A road leading to the palace of Wu Sin Yin.
Scene 4. A room in the palace of Wu Sin Yin.
Scene 5. The garden of Chee Moo.
Scene 6. A courtyard in the palace of Wu Sin Yin.
Scene 7. Chee Moo's ascent to Heaven.
NOTE. As an enjoyable, unique and instructive entertainment this Oriental presentation is ideal for Educational Institutions and is in large demand for Teacher's Associations, Social Functions, Etc.
Address: DR. FREDERIC POOLE.
5307 N. 13th St., Logan, Philadelghia.
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