Zellner Protean Characterist
Zellner as General Robert E. Lee
Zellner as Judas Iscariot
Flashes from Life and Literature by Zellner
Zellner as King Lear
Zellner as Abraham Lincoln
ZELLNER Protean Characterist
Flashes from Life, Literature and History THE PROTEAN PROGRAM DeLUXE
LIGHTNING COSTUME CHANGES—All characters are presented in full makeup and costume. The average time for complete changes is but thirty seconds. Some of these require only six or eight seconds each. His quick change work is nothing short of marvelous.—
San Jose News, California.
ELABORATE SCENERY and COLORFUL LIGHTING EFFECTS—Especially designed silk and gold draperies and novel lighting effects form a stage setting that is unusual and distinctive. By an ingenious invention, this setting has been made a self-contained unit adaptable to any stage or platform. The equipment is the finest obtainable. Zellner, a wizard at impersonation, sponsors work quite out of the ordinary.—
Morning Oregonian, Portland.
SPARKLING COMEDY—The characters are new and refreshingly different. The fancies and foibles of daily life are presented in crisp, rollicking comedy. The humorous part of his program was simply splendid.—Dr. Paul H. Linn, President of Central College.
FAMOUS FIGURES from BIBLICAL HISTORY—These great religious characters are recreated with all the vividness of reality in grippingly powerful scenes from the Bible. The work of Zellner can not be praised too highly. He is an artist.—
San Diego Union, California.
GREAT GENERALS and STATESMEN—This is a feature of rare educational value. Years have been spent in careful research and in the authoritative study of the physical anl mental characteristics of these great leaders in order to present them with faithful correctness to the most minute detail. A rare treat not soon forgotten. It brings with it the electric thrill of actually meeting these great men face to face.—
Brandon Sun, Manitoba.
AUNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT, SWIFTLY MOVING, WIDELY VARIED, carefully balanced and presented with the smoothness and precision of finished showmanship. A program built upon the impersonator's experience as an actor in dramatic stock and moving pictures, as a headliner in vaudeville, as a teacher of dramatics, as a writer, and as a characterist in lyceum and chautauqua. Not only an impersonator of note, but an actor of remarkable ability.—
Newburg News, New York.
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