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Theater: The Barrymores, Forgotten Legend

The Barrymores

It was a warm summer night in New York City, and the Barrymores were performing to a packed house at the Palace Theater. The family had been entertaining audiences for generations, and their act was as popular as ever.

But as the show came to a close, there was a sense of sadness in the air. It was the last time the family would perform together.

The next day, the news broke that the patriarch of the family, John Barrymore, had passed away. It was a sudden and unexpected death, and it left the family in shock.

The Barrymores were one of the most famous families in show business, and their legacy seemed secure. But in the years since John’s death, the family has faded from the public eye.

Today, the only member of the family who is still active in show business is Drew Barrymore. She has had a successful career as an actress, but the rest of the family has largely retreated from the spotlight.

The Barrymores were once a dynasty of actors, and their story is one of tragedy and triumph. They were a family of legends, and they will be remembered as such.

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