"A Breezy Time, " whioh will be seen at the Grand opera house tomorrow evening, is now iu its fifth season. Like wine, it is said that "A Breezy Time" improves with age, and although it is still young it has beeu built up since it was last sent on the road. It is now under a new management, and new gags, inoidents and specialties have been introduoed liberally. The only people wbo rernaiu from the original organization of last season are E. B. Fitz and Kathryn WebEter, the former a comedian of exceptional abilities and the latter a soubrette who aotua'ly has a singing voice. Although "A Breezy Time" has a plot, and an interestiug oue at that, it is not so elabórate that a speoial oar has to be used to carry it frotn place to place. The costumes that the players wear on the stage now count quite as much with the audience as do the personality of the players and the dialogue that they have to speak. A man would quite as soon see a stupid woman well dressed as a clever woman baóly dressed. In "A Breezy Time," however, it is said that there will not only be handsome oostunies, but they will be worn by women quite worthy to occupy theru.