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AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS. (FROM 01'R OWN CORRKSrONDIM.) NEW YORK. Ffb. 12.—** The Sunshine Girl,** by Mr. i'luirlrs Frohman at the Knickerbocker

AMERICAN AMUSEMENTS. (FROM 01'R OWN CORRKSrONDIM.) NEW YORK. Ffb. 12.—** The Sunshine Girl,** by Mr. i'luirlrs Frohman at the Knickerbocker

Theatre Feb. 3, scored instantaneous success. this instance, not only the book, by Paul Rubens and Cecil Raleigh, but the music by the former found favour with those who ait in judgment such matters, so the piece aure prosper. In the cast there are several popular favourites, wh
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
vmx mew ddlebez Hoixlay, Feb. 17. <4»e Play, entitled *• TRILBY.’* excellent attraction was finely acted by tlie company, and

vmx mew ddlebez Hoixlay, Feb. 17. <4»e Play, entitled *• TRILBY.’* excellent attraction was finely acted by tlie company, and

was ree-eued with every indiralion approval. In the title-role Miea (trace rcored distinct aucceaa. her appearance and acting hein« all that could l*e desired, Oharlea Garry merita the hitrheet eulogy for hi* effective impersonation SveiiKali. his per formance evidenciinr carefu
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A DELItiiITPCL VOCAL INTERLUDE,

A DELItiiITPCL VOCAL INTERLUDE,

Zona Vevey appearing at the Kmabury Park Empire this week, supported Max Erard at the piano. Mis is great favourite in Finsbury Park, and this is her third visit this house. Her number delightfully pretty little ballad entitled. ** I do love that boy of mine.** The refrain ia re
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
>’S BUSH EfICPIBC.

>’S BUSH EfICPIBC.

i« us«d t»> really fine programme the Shepherd's Bush Empire, but aildom that one has found eo attractive and pleasantly varied a bill that this week. With such a number excellent turns, one may thought run the risk of making invidious distinctions selecting those for in order t
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A BLCCK&bFUL YEAIt.

A BLCCK&bFUL YEAIt.

A YEAIt. Mr. iliiam iiouldiotf. thoauuual mtHiog Mu<«* Empire*, hold at Edinburgh, Monday, aaid that could congratulate the fthareholdon* very year’* trading. Thu* hh-< attributable to the prosperity the country had enjoyed, and also to the exceptionally wet summer. The economies
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RUGBY

RUGBY

VINT’S NEW HIPPODROME AND THEATRE.-P., Mr. Le4.11 Vint; O. M.. Mr. Arthur Brogden.—Thm week: Mr. and Mrs. F. O. K:m-herley’a eonipany presenting ” The Wild Girl of the Forest.” The company includes : Mr. John D. Riley. Mr. Geo. E. Butler. Mr. John Stuart. Mr. A. Brandon, Mr. D.
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PALACE THE.ATKE. N EWCA ST LEONTY NE.

PALACE THE.ATKE. N EWCA ST LEONTY NE.

WANTED. Wanted. Powerful Attractions, T*Aice Nightly, April 28 June 9. 30. Apply, T. W. Rowe. W ANTED. Wanted. Wanted. Companies, METROPOLE THEATRE. GATESHEAD. March 31. April 7 and 14. THEATRE ROYAL, NORTH SHIELDS. March 31. OPERA HOUSE. WORKINGTON. March 10. 24. 31, April 14.
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL ARTISTES WANTED

MUSIC HALL ARTISTES WANTED

KMI’IHK. MII»I»I.Ks|tUOH.|I till I*l UK. MIUULKsBUOI Gil K. MIIMILESBKUI Gil ANTED, fur linnu-diatv and Future Datoe. ▼ ▼ Star* and Novel tie*, all linn*. Alwaya open lor any thing big. Share certainty. All conimunicaliuiiK, . Ker Chutto, Manager, Enipire. Middlesbrough PALACE.
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRANK COYLE’S AGENCY

FRANK COYLE’S AGENCY

WANTED. £3O. £4O. and £5O Star Top#, March 10. 17. 24. 31; also Artier.* AH Linea. if good. Acta. Troupes. Specialities, Ac.; ail kinds of Gala Acts for season. 1, Crow Flat*a-drive. Heoston, Leeds. ’Phone. 4195. Telegrams. ** Alarm, Beeston. Yorks.” WANTED. Stars. Novelties, Sp
February 22, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England