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PROFESSIONAL CARDUS. A 'ptahetically Arracn'ged-Limited to T/hree Lines. I S S G 1' A C E A D D I S O N, Al Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. S1 S AD I)ELINE A I D E li ft Cape ?? Dec. 4th. Disengae'. Addrcss, R. Andr, lnq., %lelroue, BLaehey, Mlerts. Agetit, Tate. -1PS. THOMAS ALLWOOD ??
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH ADAPTATIONS.

ENGLISH ADAPTATIONS.

I Whatever may be said of generous or ungenerous I views of a proper national spririt, or a narrow national prejudice, according to the side that people choose to take, there is neither unmixed good nor unmixed harm in the wholesale absorption of French plays into the dramatic l
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN OPERA HARLEQUINADE.

AN OPERA HARLEQUINADE.

The Belies of the Village, the new rustic ballad opera, written by Mr Hugh Foster, composed by Mit Job:, Fitz-Gerald, and produced at the Avenue Theatre in November by the London Juvenile Opera Company- which, be it understood, is not made up of stage infants, but of well-traine
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

'Ye have often remarked upon the important services that can be rendered to music by the colleges and academies devoted to the art giving performances of the works of composers which are neglected by other societies. There are, as musicians well know, a great many noble composit
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARLES WARNER'S EXPERIENCES.

CHARLES WARNER'S EXPERIENCES.

" My early history?" said Mr Charles Warner to the representative of a New Zealand paper the other day. " Well, I have never told it all before, so you will have something quite fresh for your readers. You are right, I was a runaway-a stage-struck boy of seventeen. Night after n
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE WORLD'S FAIR.

THE WORLD'S FAIR.

It is but a few days since the Agricultural Hall was given up to sheep, kine, pigs, and machinery, and now Mlessrs Read and Bailey, availing themselves of the privileges and opportunities of the season, have borrowed a fairy wand, as is were, and have effected a transformation w
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRANCESCO V. BARNUM.

FRANCESCO V. BARNUM.

I TO THE EDlTOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-In one of the principal London daily papers, and probably in other papers, appear some erroneous statements with reference to an application to Mr Justice Chitty on Dec. 20th. By the report it is made to appear as if the application was a repetit
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE COMPOSER'S CALL."

"THE COMPOSER'S CALL."

Her Majesty's Theatre, London, was besieged by eager anxious crowds, who came rolling up from all parts, thronging the approaches to the popular parts of the house, whilst the Haymarket and Charles-street were lined with carriages, the ladies seated within richly appareled and t
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRAND THEATRE PLAYMOUTH.

THE GRAND THEATRE PLAYMOUTH.

THE GRAND THEATRE. PLYMOUTH. Mr Henry E. Reed terminated his lesseeship of the Plymouth Theatre Royal early in the present year, and determined on building a theatre for himself. A site was obtained, plans were prepared by Mr H. J. Snell (an architect of considerable repute in th
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

"FAUST UP To DATE," a Burlesque, in Two Acts, by George Sims and Henry Pettitt, Music by Meyer Lutz, Produced in America on Dec. 10th, 1889. Mephistopheles ?? r E. J. LONNEN Valentine ?? Mr CuAs. DANBR Old Faust ?? Mr E. VACOTTI Lord Chancellor ?? Mr E. H. ?? Scheltzer ?? bliss
December 28, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England