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"alvin Joslin."

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
March
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Charles L. Davis will be at the Grand Opera House, Saturday, March 16, in his time-tried success, "Alvin Joslin." There is something about the quaint oíd comedy, with lts constant changing of scene, its innumerable exciting incidents and its unique conception, that seems to maintain a hold on theatre-goers. Whatever may be said or written of Charles L. Davis, it must be admitted that his conception of ''Üncle Alvin" stands out protninently as an original bit of acting. The scenic effects are said to be particularly realistic and elabórate, showing Brooklyn Bridge by moonlight, the Five Points, the Bowery, and other familiar localities of the great metropolis.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News