Interpreter of Plays
Miss Victoria Powell gave a dramatic review of the modern drama Rain arousing the emotions of her audience and holding its breathless attention throughout, as with poignant reality she portrayed the various characters.—
The story of The Miracle was so beautifully told and so vividly pictured that her audience of over two hundred ladies sat spellbound throughout the entire rendition.—
Miss Powell addressed the student body of Allegheny College and gave interesting sidelights on grand opera. Following her discussion she presented the dramatic legend of Parsifal which was very effective, her interpretation of the characters being most realictic.
This talented reviewer pictured the story so graphically and so eloquently that you saw the characters appear in person.—
Miss Victoria Powell, distinguished in London for her ability and charm as an actress reviewed three of the operas. Not only did the gifted and charming lady review the text, but she impersonated the leading characters with rare artistry.—
Miss Victoria Powell, English actress, whose intimate talks on The Miracle were in marked demand last Fall, is now lecturer for the Cleveland engagement of the Metropolitan Opera Co. and has established a splendid reputation in the unique field of bringing before women's clubs and similar organizations intimate developments in the art and amusement world. She gave an illuminating talk on the important phases of grand opera and her dramatic interpretation of Parsifal was especially enjoyed.—
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