Both the tilay ("Hernietta") and the star have received too wide a fame to require any advance heralding. It is generally conceded that Mr. Robson has found a character in it ideally suited to his peculiar individuality and affording the utmost possibilities to his talents. Mr. Robson has the happy faculty of pleasing all portions of the house, from those in evening dress in the crehestra, to the gentlemen who leans far over the upper gallery rail to take in every bit oi the play. Mr. Robsou may be terined "aplayer of the people" as "Henrietta" may be called a play of the times. Both are deserving of the very decided success they have acheived. At the Grand Opera House, Monday, May 20.