Excerpt from Prince Hagen: A Drama in 4 Acts
"Prince Hagen" was tried out at the Valencia Theatre, San Francisco, in January, 1909. In the light of the experience thus gained, it has been entirely re-written. It is now privately printed, to be sent to managers, critics and others who may be interested.
The play offers a part to a leading man and a leading woman. If interested in the former, read the ending of Acts II and III. If in the latter, read pp. 96-104.
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