Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Adams, Maude Kiskadden

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ADAMS, MAUDE KISKADDEN, an American actress; born at Salt Lake City, Nov. 11, 1872; daughter of an actress who was leading woman of a stock company in that city, under the stage name of Adams. At 16 years of age Miss Adams joined E. H. Sothern's company in the “Midnight Bell”; afterward she was in Charles Frohman's stock company, and later supported John Drew. She made a great success in many plays from the pen of Sir J. M. Barrie, notably in The “Little Minister” and “Peter Pan.” She has also essayed successfully some Shakespearean parts and the title roles in Rostand's “L'Aiglon” and “Chantecler.”