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Chip, 'o' The Old Block

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R. L. Scott, who made a reputation is the sogerin "Mugías Landing." and las since added to it as Major in a , 'Chip o' the Old Block," appeared in ,he tattei piece last eveuing at the Academy of Music, supported by a ' rerv clever company. Mr. Scott is as . fuiiny as ever; and his specialties brongbt down the house. Be 8bields, as Jack Lightfoot, did some clever work, his specialties being new and augh-provoking. Charles li. Boyd, vvho presented negro eharacters, was excellent, his singing and dancing being well received. Miss Gladys Van, the soubrette of the company, is as lively as a cricket, a line singer, a clever dancer and a success in her representation of a merry, light-hearted girl. She is but 17 years of age, and apparently has a future before her. There was not a "stick" in the company. With more plot than most of itskind, "Chip o' the Old Block," abounds in mirth, music and fine work and affords an uuusually enjoyable evening's entertainment.- naw Courier-Herald, Jan. 17, 1894. The farce comedy, -'Chip O' the Old Block" liever grows old, as presented ut the opera house last evening. It won a verdict of approval, for the audietipe was kept in a state of perpetual merriment. Never bas the piece been played here with such capable talent. Keue Shields as Jack foot convulsed the audience every i time he appeared. Gladys Van is a charmiiifí little soubrette, and her interüretation of the character of


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