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THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

:: - ?? 31 ,~ IN PARIS. T' 11 El I) 0\ ?? CoRRIESPO-DENf ) +| l f0t 5 e doings Ihave been limited to worl)Lks, about which there is (ilk '-I"- U-a s aird at n periodof this ?? thrthj ?? rave%, Illsn5iiei'5 fallen bask wrile'~a ?? tea"l. i; to call, the by goic cottelt, of their o
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A VERY EASY PART.

A VERY EASY PART.

'"'ien they were putting on the Dame aux Caitelias at the Porte-Saint.Martin, Paris, they wanted to do things in style, and bestow ol the smallest details that stamp of reality which adds so much to the charm of modern dramas. For the soirce in the fourth act Sarah Bcrnhardt dem
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRUSSELS.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRUSSELS.

THEATRE ROYAL DE LA MONNAIH.-The last week of ins exceptionally brilliant season of grand opera has thus been disposed ?? Monday, M1lanon; on Tuesday, Les Lfague- nots; and on Thursday, Sigurd. The principal interpreters of the first-named work met with an enthusiastic reception
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHERIDAN AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

SHERIDAN AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

SHERIDAN AT ST. GEORGE S HALL. The high possibilities of intelligent dramatic effort on the part of refined and educated amateurs have seldom been mere pleasantly deiuonstrated thanl they were oln the evening of Saturday last at St- George's Hall, whets a performance of The Sezeo
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I0L TIIO grni, LlVFItiPOOL. ghri~ti~ i~atecic la~bes ill thle WIX oo il ui y of ARTISTS, for above. lU . ?? ces, and terins, to D. GaASnELL, m ..T Y, wit'h fevw exceptions, via, raeesiidcolhiitlotning June VI ~ ~ ~ ~ Lady ~~,~cfyos` &.c. LoWeat ?? AC 111l~o l itself, ~~ ~ inc Sib
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROII OUR OjWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDBEEN. HiEn MAlu~Sne',s TiiMTE'r.-Lessee, M~r IV. M'Farlalld ;, General Manager, Mr Hodges.-Mr Alfred Alaltb3'supp~orted by agood alil-rounid company is here this week giving Old 1"Riames with considerable ,acceptance, M'FARANDss' M[Usic HALL
May 31, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VERSATILE ACTORS.

VERSATILE ACTORS.

The playgoere Who applaud a favourite actor have fre- quenitly little knowledge of the many ways in which a popular stage performer may have been obliged during his upward career to turn his faculties to account. There are few, indeed, of our famous actors and actresses who have
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"IN THE RANKS."

"IN THE RANKS."

Ned Drayton . ?? Mr CHARLES WARNER Colonel WVynter ?? ?? Mr JOuH RYDER (iudeon Blake ?? Mr F. H. MAcRlNs Captain Holeroft ?? br W. HERBERT Farmer Herrick ?? ?? Mr J. G. SHORE Joe Buzzard . ?? Mr E. W. GARDEN Sergeant Searle . ?? M - Mr E. It. FITZDAVIS Mr Timmins ?? .c r N1. BEN
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY COMPANIES AND THE PROFESSION.

RAILWAY COMPANIES AND THE PROFESSION.

RAILWAY COMPANIES AND TEE PROFESSION. TO THE EDITOR Or THE ERA. Sir,-The correspondence yoa have been good enough to publish on the above subject has had good effect. The various letters which have appeared in your columns have been eagerly scanned by the different railway author
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM."

"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM."

" A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM." A performance was given on Tuesday afternoon, at the Royalty Theatre, of A ilidsuseer ?? Dream by young lady students, under the direction of Mrs Fairfax, principal of the elocution classes at the Albert Hall. The object of the performance was to aid
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England