Movie of a Man Attending a Mystery Play

Clare Briggs

Clare Briggs

Clare Briggs is a famous cartoonist who lived from 1875 to 1930.

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  1. What jumps out at me is the casual attitude of “Man decides at the last minute to take in a play.” At least in my metro area, while there are live plays showing pretty much every evening, deciding at the last minute that you’ll go is sort of a non-starter: chances are good that tonight’s performance is sold out. I suppose the contemporary equivalent is hitting the movies.Report

    • Avatar dragonfrog says:

      It really is. Film didn’t replace theater – but it did take over the boys of theater that film can do more easily – like special effects heavy thrillers.Report

    • Avatar North says:

      Back then weren’t vaudeville plays and the like basically everywhere? You had the newspaper or the plays for information and entertainment and that was about it.Report

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