The fact that she was leading lady at the Haymarket Theatre when she was only seventeen years of age illustrates the remarkable cleverness of this young actress, who was born in 1890. A year after her debut at the Haymarket, she was playing Margaret in "Faust" at His Majesty's Theatre, with Sir Herbert Tree. Miss Lohr had the advantage of being trained by an exceedingly clever mother, who, as Miss Kate Bishop, long reigned as a favourite with the public. Her uncle, too, is that sterling comedian, Mr. Alfred Bishop, who for so long was one of the bright stars at the Criterion with Sir Charles Wyndham. Miss Lohr first appeared on the stage at Sydney-she was born in Australia-when only six years old, and five years later first appeared in London at the Garrick in "The Man Who Stole the Castle." When she was sixteen she toured with the Kendals, and then came her successes at the Haymarket and His Majesty's. She was the youngest Margaret on the English stage. "I love Margaret," she says;" it is a wonderful part."
Miss Marie Lohr Dover street Studios