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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1SQO.
AT THE PLAY-HOUSES.
NOTAIILE ATT1S ACTIONS ANVOUNC
VOlt THE COMING "WEEK.
PrnnecU or u Krllllunt Weolc of Comoily
at tho National OnonliiB of tlio Spring
nnd Summer Opera Season at Albaujjh's
"Cnpt. Swift" Goncriil Notes.
"dipt. Swift," which hekl the boards at Al
baugli's Opera Hotiso last week, is a success botb I
in itself ami on account of its artistic protluc- I
tion. Tbe play is distinctively original in con
ception. Instead of tbe conventional bcro of
melodrama, embodying a combination of moral
ity and nobleness, tbe central figure comprises
an adventurer of tbe boldest type, driven to re
morse by iullucnces of love and kindness, as
sisted by the bard band of tbe law. The story is
a romantic one Mr. Scabrook is an elderly gen
tleman of wealtbwbose city borne is in London.
Before ber marriage Mrs. Scabrook by an unfort
unate alliance, afterward discovered to baro
been illegal, became tbe motber of a son. To
bidu tbe evidence of ber shame sbe consented to
part witb ber babe, and it was sent away to
Australia, where it grew into manhood, trained
in the arts of a polished bushranger. Fleeing
from bis adopted country because of some bold
robbery which he had committed, this darimj
Diavolo fiuds himself in London, where, under
the alias of Mr. Wilding, be has the good fort
line, by saving the old gentleman's life, of secur
ing an introduction into Mr. ScabrooWs home.
It is at this point that tbe play opens. Here ho
falls in love with Stella Darbnhcr, a young heir
ess, and estranges her affections from Harry, to
whom she is engaged. Here he meets a Mr.
Gardiner, who recognizes him as C'apt. Swift,
but who, out of admiration for his better quali
ties, letains the secret of his identity. Here by
gradations of circumstances he is disclosed to his
mother, but not in his true character, and here
it is that all the emotions and intricacies of the
plot are worked out until tbe end, when he de
feats the arm of justice by taking his own life.
Throughout the play the author has carefully
aud successfully disclosed tho power of love as
the dominant idea, and has so skillfully welded
tbe dependent features of the story as to leave
no part of the whole without tho keenest inter
est. It would be difllcult indeed to single out
any individual member of tbe cast for especial
commendation. Every character is excellently
portrayed, from the C'apt. Swift of Mr. Arthur
Forrest to tbe Marshall of Mr. Grattau. A more
natural and exquisite piece of acting than tbe
Mr. Gardiner of Mr. Huntington is seldom seen
on any boards, and tho Mrs. Scabrook of Miss
Raud and Mabel of Miss Kingslcy were most ad
mirable impersonations. The scenery was very
Sprint; anil Summer
Season at Al-
To-morrow tbe regular spring and summer
season will be inaugurated at Albaugb's Opera
House by Mr. V. T. Carleton's Company. For'
the opening they will produce for the first week
one of the most popular of modern operas,
GenCe's "Nanon." Four years ago "Nanon"
made an unmistakable hit at the New York
Casino and achieved a consecutive run of 300
nights. At the close of tbe run In the Metropo
lis Mr. Carleton secured the rights for its pro
duction in several States. Tho music is light
and breezy and of the sort which lingers in the
listener's memory. Tho libretto is very funny
and gives every member of the Carleton Opera
Company ample advantages to display their
talents vocally and dramatically. In the per
formance to-morrow nieht tho Nanon will be
Clara Lane, Ninon, Alice Vincent; Mme. dc
Maintcnon, Clara Wisdom; Gaston, Marlon
Langdon; Mmc. dc Frontenac, Rose Duff; Mar
quis dc Marsillac, Charles A. BIgelow; Hector,
11. C. Blake; Abbe, J. K. Murray, and Marquis
D'Aubirjnc, W. T. Carleton. Tho scale of
prices will be changed to-morrow, the regular
summer prices going In force. The general
admission will bo twenty-five ceuts and tbe
best reserved seats will cost fifty cents and
seventy-five cents. Tho advance sale is already
Tho Daly Engagement at the National.
An advance sale of seats of unusually large
proportions already assures Manager Rapley a
handsome financial reward for his enterprise
In affording Washlugtonlans an opportunity to
enjoy a week of high-class comedy by tho fore
most Amerlcau comedy company, that of Mr.
Augustin Daly. Of course tho success of the
engagement was assured from tho first, as
Washington rarely falls to patrouizo generously
theatrical performances of real merit. The en
gagement will open to-morrow night before one
of the finest audiences ever gathered In the
National Theatre. All tho boxes have been
taken for the opening night, and, in fact, for
nearly every performance. Of tho excellence
of Mr. Daly's company little need bo said. No
one who kpeps informed of theatrical affairs but
is aware that It stands at tho head of American
dramatic organizations, and that every pro
duction Mr. Daly undertakes is character
ized by a completeness in stago setting
aud costuming that leaves nothing to be
desired. Miss Ada Rehan, Miss Kitty
Cheatham, Mi6s lsabol Irving, Mrs. Gilbert,
Mr. James Lewis, Mr. John Drew, Mr. CharlcB
Fisller, Mr. Frederic Bond, Mr. George Clarko,
Mr. Charles Leclerq, aud Mr. Charles Wheat
leigh, form a list of actresses and actors second
to none. Tbe opening bill will bo "Railroad of
Love," u light comedy that Is said to bo given
with irresistible spirit aud finish by the com
pany. Tuesday evening and Wednesday mati
nee "Taming of the Shrew" will bo put on;
Wednesday evening, a delightful comedy,
"Seven-Twenty-Eight," Thursday, "Tho Great
Unknown," a highly amusing farce-comedy
that bubbles with fun; Friday evening and
Saturday matlufie, "As You Like It," by com
petent critics regarded as tho most completely
satisfactory rendering of Shakespeare's beauti
ful comedy ever seen on the American stago.
Miss Rehan's Jlosalind is said to bo In every
way beautiful and artistic. The bill for the
closing performance has not yet been an
nounced. Harris's Illjou Theatre.
"Shadows of a Great City," a melodrama that
has enjoyed great popularity, will bo at Harris's
Bijou Theatre this week. The play has a record
of six seasons of success and retains the most
important members of tho original cast. It Is u
comedy-drama, dealing with American types of
character, showing familiar American scenes,
aud presenting picturesque aud romantic phases
of Amerlcau life in and around the metropolis.
The characters are well drawn, and aro tho re
sult of close study on tho part of Mr. L. It.
Showell, tho author. Tho story is romantic, and
tho play affords amplo opportunities for impres
sive and telling situations In every act. The
boathouEO 6cene, the view of Blackwoll's
Island, the picture of the East ltivcr and Brook
lyn Uridgo, and tho luxurious apartments of a
Fifth-Avenue mansion aro among tho notable
The Henry Burlesque Company, which makes
its first appearance in Washington this week,
beginning to-morrow night, is safd to contain a
host of tho most beautiful and gifted lady art
ists on the stage, as well as numerous novel
features. Miss Ada Henry is the leader of the
company, and is a good burlesque actress. Tho
performance opens with a reception in an art
nailery. Frank Dryer is a good jig dancer, and
Kayo and Henry do n very funny sketch. Em
erson and Cook's acrobatic act is said to bo es
pecially clever. Belle Clifton's rope dancing is
exceedingly interesting. Wnrdo and Lyons,
two pretty girls, do a unlquo specialty, aud
Frlnco Satsuma, tho Japanese star, is-a favor
ite. The olio is followed by the burlesque,
"Seven Temptations," in which Messrs. Kayc,
Emerson, aud Cook, Miss Henry aiid Miss
Wardo take part. Tho costumes in the bur
lesque arc said to be superb. Ladies' niatinCes
Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturday.
Millie Booth's Burlesque Company, in an
olio of oddities and tho burlesque ''Seven
Daughters of Satan," Introducing a grand trans
formation scene and a bevy of lovely maidens,
will be the attraction at tho Globe this week.
Exciting sparring bouts will be given at each
NOTES OP THE STAGE.
Henry IrvliiR has been dining with tho Prince
Jimmy Powers will go back to his first love,
farce-comedy, next season.
"La Mexicana," a Brazilian opera by Chns
snlgue, Is in rehearsal at the Now York Casino.
Robert DowuIiik's leading lady next season
will bn an nctress of tho name of Estolla Davis.
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month, delivered at yourrcsldcnco early Sunday
Carrie Swntni, American thcatro-ifocrs will
loarn with pleasure, has found Australia much
to her liking, nnd will stay there.
Tho receipts of tho Booth-Modjeska tour since
its commencement have reached S27G.OOD. In
Chicago tho three weeks showed 70,000.
Annio Ward Tiffany, who has a capital Irish
dialect part in "Shadows oE a Great City," will
next season star In a new play by F. R. Sbewell.
Flvo tbousqnd Elks arc expected to meet in
Cleveland in June, the occasion of their annual
reunion. A number of the Washington boyi
will be there.
Richard Golden sent out a curious Kastcr ad
vertisement for his play, "Old Jed Prouty." Ho
Hooded tho mails with Easter egars carefully
wrapped in cotton.
Paulino Hall has her life Insured for S100.000.
Somebody unkindly suggests that IT it wns ber
voice she had insured she could have collected
the policies long ago.
Mile. Rhea is said to havo lost S3.500 during her
recent engagement in New York. This, no doubt,
was why she and her old mannger, Mr. Frank
Cotter, parted company.
"The Gondoliers" will be withdrawn from
Pnlmer's'Theatre, New York, on April 12, when
the Enclish company will sail for Europe, where
a tour of tho English provinces will be made.
The Kiralfy brothers, who have been at logger
heads for months, have mado up, and in conse
quence tho country will havo to ondurc another
dose of "Around the World in Eighty Days."
The widow of Bobby Newcomb, the clover and
graceful variety dancer, who is still well remem
bered, died tho other day In California. She left
a fortune of S100.000, which Bobby mado with his
At tho San Carlos Theatre, Lisbon, on tho last
night of the carnival, a performance of tho
"Barber of Seville" was given, all tho parts ex
cept that of Figaro being taken by females, and
well taken, it is said.
Harry Kellar, tho magician, has been very ill
In Chicago. Ho is supposed to have exhausted
himself in trying to master the great Chlcogo
Fair gunranteo fund trick.
A man namod Walron was ejected from tho
Park Thontro at Indianapolis nearly three years
ago for being drunk and noisy. He sued for
820,000 damages, and has been awarded 87,000.
Tho caso has been appealed.
"NIxle," a baby play In throo nets by Mr.
Francis Hodgson Burnett and Mr. Stephen Town
send, was produced on Monday in London at
Torry's Theatre. Some of tho cablegrams say
tho play was a success, others that It failed.
Thomas A. Lyne, said to havo been tho oldost
American actor, died In Salt Lako City last week,
no was born in Philadelphia in 1800. His first
nppcaranco was at tho Walnut-street Theatre, in
his native city, about 1828, in tho part of William
E. II. Sothern Is likely next season to add two
now ploys to his repertory "All for ner," a
dramatization of "A Tolo of Two Cities," by
Herman Merivale, author of "Forget-Mo-Not,"
nnd "Tho Junior Partner," by Madeleine Lu
cotte. Sarah Bernhardt consoled horsolf for not act
ing tho Virgin in tho "Passion Play" by giving a
reading of tho play In Paris on Good Friday
For this a number of English clergymen have
started a movement to boycott her when noxt
she appears In London.
Georgo R.Sims's religious naturosecmstohnvo
been stirred to its depths by his recent pilgrimnKO
to tho Holy Land. When ho got back to Loudon
ho Immediately proceeded to pour out his soul by
writing a burlesque on "Carmen," which Nolllo
Farron may Includo In her ropertory on her
American tour noxt season.
Nelllo MoIIenry thinks she has tho stuff in her
to mako a secoud Rosina Yokes. Sho has given
orders for soveral short plays of "Tho Circus
Rider" order, iu which sho will uppear. Nelllo
will havo to get ovor her bud habit of perpetu
ally playing to tho audience beforo sho can do
much in the way of rivaling Rosina.
A now tenor of whom great things aro ex
pected has been discovered playing tho bull
nddlo iu a Dresden orchestra. His namo Is Bruno
Hoydrleh, and already ho has boon engaged for
heroio tenor parts for ilvo years at tho Dresdon
Court Opera House. Ho has also been asked to
sing Tannhauscr in noxt year's Beyrouth festival
A special featuro of tho performance of tho
Theatrical Mechanics' benefit at tho Now Na
tional Theatre, Tuesday afternoon, April 22,will
bo tho musical type-writer, which will bo per
formed upon by Mr. W. A. Haley, assisted by
Master John E. Haley, also tho inventor, Mr. W.
E. Wood. Mr. W. T. Carleton will slug a solo,
assisted by his company. Tho third act of "Th
Burglar," which will bo rendered on this occa
sion, will includo Mr. A.S. Lipinan, Miss Sydnoy
Armstrong, Mr. Sydney Drew, und tho child
nctress, little Ameo Stoddard. Mr. Wilson Bar
rett nnd his London compnny, In tho beautiful
one-act drama, "Chatterton," will also pntticl
A Chicago statistician has calculated that Pnt
tl'fl receipts aro equivalent to 28,000 cans of
pressed beer. This fact deepened the enjoyment
of Windy City audiences whllo listening to tho
diva. It is also understood that In Boston tho
Traveler, or that city, did not hesitate to nn
nounco that tho PnttI receipts were equivalent
to S300.000 pounds of baked beans.
ArrangcmentB have been mado for n return
visit of Mr. Wllsoti Barrett,nccompanlcd by Miss
Eastlake, and thnt eminent comedian nnd char
acter nctor, Mr. Georgo Barrett, to tho National
Theatre for tho week of April 21. This will bo
tho last opportunity of seeing Mr. Bnrrctt for
several years, ns his engagements abroad pre
clude a speedy return to this country.
Negotiations nro said to bo nearly completed
with M.Gounod to write an original grand opera
in four acts which will bo produced In America
in 18n2. The master will himself superintend the
production, nnd conduct In person on tho first
night. The first, second, and fourth acts aro laid
In Mexico at tho time of tho Montczumas, and
the third act Is In the Western States.
Mrs. Bernard Becrc.the London actress, stimu
lated by the S100.000 winnings of the Kcudals in
this country, has made up ber mind to come over
nnd have a go at our shekels herself noxt season.
Sho Is tho most successful emotional actress in
England, and her success has been mndo entirely
without tho nld of physical beauty. Her mouth
is very long anil very wide. Her noso is short,
her arms are without symmetry, and she stands
about six feet high.
It was 1 o'clock in tho morning before the first
performance of Steele Mackayo's now play,
"Money Mad," was over in Now York on Monday
night last. There wasn't so much of tho play,
but the scenery wns so "elaborate" that things
had to go slow to give the stago hands time to
work It nil In. The story of the play Is said to bo
poor stuff, but the spectacular effects are likely
to give it a run. Wilton Lnckayc, in a sort of
Claude Duval character, added another to his
long list of successes.
"NnturalGas" will illuminate the National
Theatre April 28. Donnelly nnd Girnrd have
much Improved the pieco since it wns last here.
Of course the old summer season reranlns, but it
is almost now, and Is hotter than over. Tbelrcf
forts to discover tho whereabouts of "McGlnty"
is a treat in itself. Tho whistling trio has been
rowritten and greatly improved. All the latest
songs and hits of tho day havo been introduced.
Donnelly and Girnrd will sing Smith's latest,
"Swingiug in the Grnpe-Vino Swing."
Mr. Burt Riddle, manager of "Natural Gas,"
was in tho city n couple of days last week ar
ranging for the appearance of his company at
theNntlonnlTheatroonMondny,tho28th. On tho
opening night of the engagement Hub Smith's
new song, "Swinging in the Grapevine Swing,"
will bo sung, and tho Old Guard, to whom the
song Is dedicated, will attend soveral hundred
strong. "Natural Gas" is making lots of money
and Manager RiJdlo has that air of placid pros
perity usual under those circumstances.
Parlor Oars Between AVashin
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moro and Potomac station) daily, except Sun
day, on the 4:55 P. M. train, for Richmond, and
tho north-bound car will leave Richmond 11:07
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