"St. Simeon StyHtes. "
Written by F. Sladen-Smith .
Produced by HAROLD HALLAS.
(The Huddersfield Thespians are shortly going to America to compete with this play in the David Belasco Cup Match.)
Mind Picture : The Scene is the top of a column near Antioch in the Early Fifth Century, to which Simeon had " retired from the world." The time is a late afternoon and evening when he is visited by a pi Igrim, a king and his jester, a lady and her maid, and the devil and his friend. (In other words, he is tempted to leave the column by tho world, the flesh and the devil).
CHRIS DE VOS (Tenor)
(of the Amsterdam Opera). LOUIS SCHMIDT (Organ).
THE HAGUE STRING
SAM SWAAP (1st Violin) ;
ADOLF POTH (2nd Violin);
JEAN DEVERT (Viola);
CHARLES VAN ISTERDAEL
(All Soioists of The Hague Residentie Symphonic Orchestra).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by FRANCOIS LUPGENS.
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