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SENSATION SCENES.

SENSATION SCENES.

If one were to judge from the remarks which, when- ever a stirring melodrama is produced, fall from the pers of those dramatic critics who worship "the legiticeat " and babble of "' high art," it might be imagined that what are kuown as "sensation scenes" were the product only o
September 5, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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LEUTWIJES TO COORESONDENTS. Msc_-H J/ r'i' itt!as~ tite at lhcctmiisstoi'aboat lie is lastifi (a ciirietd 'is the eats hitcher. of Rnglish opera, thouguhhealnpeevssre'ofc psion B/s~ 5Cciti'l 'uiniet'istisdraneatir instinct of a dicne orAder, ansi his sacre cdoocassitian . ce/i/hi
September 5, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S COMEDY-DRAHA COMPANY. Under the management Of Mr FRANK HARVEY. Fourteenth Year of Tour. Artistes: Hriss LIZZIE BALDWIN Hr FRANE HARVEY Nliss EYRE ROBSON Mr T. W. BENSON Miss NELLY LINGtAM Hr HENRY ANDREWS Mtiss IDA COURTNEY Mr E. SEllBRA Miss POLLY HUNTER
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"DARBY AND JOAN."

"DARBY AND JOAN."

"DA.tBY AND JOAN." A New Dramatic Sketch, by M,)essrs Henry Bellinqham and Williasi Best, 'irst Produced at the Theatre Royal, INtewcaotle-on-Tyce, on Friday evening, September 11th, 1355. Admiral Darby .Mr EDWARD TsEaRY Jean ?? CLARA COWPnER (PRO' OURt OwN CORRESPONDENT.) With a
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE SILVER KING."

"THE SILVER KING."

'ITHE SILVER KING." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I believe that I am known well enough by the members of the profession to which I have the honour to belong that I need not give to those who have had dealings with me any special assurance that it is not my habit to state that w
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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M.WILLIAM BOURNE, on Tour with the most successful Drama of the day, A gAN TO MAN." Unprecedented "MAN TO MAN." A' IAN TO MAN." success MAN TO MAN." .A TO MAN." at "MAN TO MAN." ?? TO MAN." ~~PRINCESS'S, MAIANT A. 'MNTO MAN," EDNUG; "IN TO MAN." "MAN TO Mi AN." PEINBUCESS'S "IAN
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COMEDIE-FRANCAISE MUSEUM.

THE COMEDIE-FRANCAISE MUSEUM.

THE CONEDIE-FRANOAISE MUSEUM. (a'Oos oUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) A large, handsome room is set apart in tho House of Molibre for the sittings of its committee, that dread tribunal before which dramatic authors are called up to read their pieces, and if he be not very confident in
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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BOSWELL'S GRAND CIRQUE, DONCASTER. WANTED, First-class Stars and Novelties ai of every Description, for Manchester Season; also First- oboe Spectacle or Pantomime for the Christmas Season. Address, as above, to J. C. BoswslD. TAYLEURE'S GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS. WA ANTED. for coming
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL BORES.

MUSICAL BORES.

ICilgr Ludwig, of Bavaria, has been often laughed at ?? he prefers to takle his musical recreation alone, qlld commands the entire services of principal artists, hood assd chorus in a -Wagnerian representation for his sole gratification. Bossibl5; there may be other ?? unnknown
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. F. H. CELLI.

MR. F. H. CELLI.

This clever baritone singer and excellent actor is about to pay a visit to the Unitcel States, and will sail for New York oi Thursday, October 5th, in the Britasnnic. Mr Cclli's theatrical and ope) atio history is a varied and interesting one. lie sas educated for the Civil Serv
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England