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ONLY TWO ACTORS IN VERA CRUZ, AND
THEY'RE MAKING A MILLION
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This is the pair that's getting the
money in Vera Cruz. Alegrias and
Enhart have the show business all to
themselves. All others have left.
BY FRED L. BOALT.
Vera Cruz. There is only one
place in Vera Cruz to go to in the
evening el Teatro Olimpia.
"When you get there, there is only
one act to see unless you countl
And this for the reason that .there
are only two actors Alegrias y En
hart. Finally, there are but two actors in
Vera Cruz, and two only, because Ale
grias y Enhart are in and "can't get
out, while all the other actprs in the
world are-out and couldn't -get in if
they wanted to.
Since leaving France to tour Mex
ico, Alegrias y Enhart .have had tu
multuous but profitable experiences.
Wherever they have gone, war has
Boom! Boom! went the cannon,
Rattlety-bang! went the musketry
at Monterey, Mexico City, Torreon.
"Oh, dear," says Alegrias, the jug
gler, yawning and crawling under the
bed, "they're at it again!"
"Will they never gives us peace?"
inquires Enhart, the tumbling come
dian, crawling after -his team-mate.
But war pays. If the federals re
pulse the attacking constitutionliss,
they celebrate by going to "el teatro."
If the constitutionalists are victori
ous, they, similarly, take in the show.
Enhart kept two comedy uniforms