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SHAKESPEARE BY DEAF-MUTES.

SHAKESPEARE BY DEAF-MUTES.

There is a familiar allusion to the singularity of a representation of Hamlet with the character of the Prince of Denmark omitted, but what will be said of a performance of the play with a cast containing not a single " speaking part 7" Yet this is a literally accurate descripti
March 6, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A MERRIE FAMILIE."

"A MERRIE FAMILIE."

A Comedy-Drama in Three Acts, by W. F. Field, produced on Wednesday, March 3d, at the Theatre of Varieties, Brentford. Timuthy Mopples ?? Mr T. WALLACE Maria ?? Mrs SiNCLAIR Kate ?? ?? Miss BESSIE HOLLAND Tennyson Lyric ?? Mr SIDNvY DNscn Stephen Lyric ?? E. BALL Tom ?? ?? MrCOT
March 6, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN INTERVIEW WITH HENRY IRVING.

AN INTERVIEW WITH HENRY IRVING.

AN INTERIVIEW WITH HENRIY II'VING. "Provincial stock companies cannot succeed, in my opinion; I wish they could," said Mr Henry Irving, in a recent interview with the representative of a Alan- chester paperattheLyceumTheatre. "If theycould'be revived they would undoubtedly prove
March 6, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, APRIL 2.-The circus is as much of an American institution as is the Fourth of July and green corn. We are talking, thinking, dreaming, and seeing nothing else this week. Barnum's "greatest 'show on earth " is at the Madison-square Garden a
April 17, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIBEL ON A CIRCUS PROPRIETOR.

LIBEL ON A CIRCUS PROPRIETOR.

In the Queen's Bench Division on Tnesday, before Mr Baron Huddleston and a special jury, the case of Ginnett v. Thompson came up for hearing. This was an action to recover damages for an alleged libel on the plaintiff, which was published in March, 1885, in the defendant's paper
April 17, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MR. WILLIAM GREET'S MATINEE.

MR. WILLIAM GREET'S MATINEE.

A matin6e for the benefit of Mr William Greet, the popular acting-manager of the Novelty, took place at that theatre on Thursday afternoon last, and was well attended and keenly enjoyed- The first act of the suc- cessful burlesque Oliver Grumble commenced the pro- gramme, and th
April 17, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. AlphabeticaleV Arranged-Linited to Three Lines. MISS CONSTANCE ABBOT9 alU ns M RS FLEETER, in " My Sweetheart" (No. A) Co. Address, PRINCESS'S T., GLASGOW, Six Nights, Oct. 25t1 MISS FLORENCE ANDERSO~I ltl. ss MARY BLYTHE, in " The World," THEATRE ROYAL, COVEN
October 23, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"AFTER LONG YEARS."

"AFTER LONG YEARS."

"AFTEIR LONG YEARS"' An Original Play, in Three Acts, written by Mr Arthur Law and Mrs Herbert Puors, and produced by bliss De Grey at the Theatre Royal and Opera House Torquay, October 20th, 18S6. Philip Canningham ?? ?? BASSETT ROE Henry Cunningham . . Mr E. NoRWOOD Seilor eica
October 23, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, OCTOBER 8.-This has been a week of female stars. Petticoats have almost completely ruled the playhouses. Out of the nine openings mil Monday eight of them were noticeable for being female star attractions. The list consisted of Mrs Langtry
October 23, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A MANAGER IN A NEW ROLE.

A MANAGER IN A NEW ROLE.

A MAAGER IN A NEW ROLE. "Incog." in his weekly notes to the Worcestershire Advertiser of the 16th inst., says:-" I, like many other people, have had the pleasure of seeing Mr W. Gomersall, the esteemed lessee of the Worcester Theatre Royal, in many good roles; but I venture to th
October 23, 1886 - The Era - London, London, England