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THE DRAMA ON HORSEBACK

... a r1a donkey meant real dramatic art. HowI then shal we appraise the achievement of Sir Augustasi who upon the stage of Drury Lane has attempted nothing less than a representation of the Grand National Steeplechase ? Not only are the horses real horses ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... played Jicqlne- to Mr Irving's Robert Mlacaire, IS Mansfield's company. Nearly all the best seats for next oal 1- opera at Drury Lane has' alreadybet hs . ise!s I Solongas this interest is maistasnul thi 1t Cii opera will now be a yearly event. Mr Charles ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... also join thi company. Mr Elwood will play a r. 11oo000ei d lr Leonard Eriyne, the actor, sprained his ankle ft badly on Drury Lane staye a might or two ago, and f hr his place is tetipoiarily taken by Mr Hamilton, part % le author of The Armada.' le ...

THE VALLERIA-FOLI CONCERT

... been one of d unbroken succss, and she has been prirna donna of . the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden; Her Majesty's Drury Lane, and the Haymarket; La ! Scala, Milan * Academy of Music and Metroolitan e |Opera ouse, New York. Madame Vaberia n has also ...

LITERATURE

... is simple, and within the compass of any voice. MrEodwel'sBalad, whichisintroduced in the Cricket Match, performed at Drury Lane, is commonplace. The Waltzes are lively, though there is nothing striking either in tem ore the Polka. I Hovehlo's Part ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... intimate. Mr Boughton, ?? is always ?? dresdes for new plays : MNIr Seymour Lucas. ?? covered himsel' with glory over the Drury Lane 'Armada pro. duction, and now bus4ies himself in seeing that MLr MLansfield'siforthcoiaincI Richard Ifl. is both artistic ...

TO CORRESPONDENTS

... on Monday first. Fhe character sustained by Mr Gibson in the original cast of The World.” when that drama was produced Drury Lane, was that of Langley, a solicitor. Since hi%appearance in Aberdeen, some two years ago, Mr Gibson has been laid aside ...

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART

... 231b., were found floating dead on the lake. [FRoM FIaARO.] Mr John M'Culloch, instead of appearing in 'Vir- ginius at Drury Lane, will choose Talford's Ion in which to make his English debut. It is now certain that the Gloucester Festival ha resulted ...

MAGAZINES FOR JUNE

... Mount Etna, to the notes of the editor there is not a single dull page. Frances Hodgson Burnett elnls the history of the Drury Lane Boys' Club, under the heading what it grew from, what it is;-and what we hope it will he, with chameing vivacity. Any ...

LITERATURE OF THE DAY,

... different published works and those in progressfl is ai excellent one. This small volume (Cynicus el 'ubllshing Company, Drury Lane, London) 0. gives a capital idea of the scope of the artistic skill, and ought to popularise lis larger works. As the namiiie ...

AMUSEMENTS

... dramnie) has beecs a favourite * I ti a line of facious aicl'resses-it was that in wlilil Mrs Jordan inmmtc her ihot cut t Drury Lane slniccthil nc more ?? a litiiidrecl years since. Aliss K;Lte Voguhdiicci ?? obeyed i tr ue instinct in se lect- ecin it ...

THE CREAM OF THE COMIC PAPERS

... Clark goes back to America in July. tI Mr IV. S. Gilbert's new play will be in blank verse. q 5 CIrChatterton retires from Drury Lane after next w season. tr Mr Lytton Sothern is going to play Lard Dundreary se in Melbourne. if The American papers state ...