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The Great Comic Opera "wang."

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Toe comic opera Wang wnicn tor tbe last flve seasous has gained golden opinions everywhere, will be at tbe Grand opera house, tomorrow evening for its only performance bere. The theatre going public is always in seacrh of noveltiee, but in this day of so many stage novelties which disappoint, rhe coming of an oíd and tried friend hke 'Wang" is indeed welcome anticipation. Novelty will to a certain extent, enter into next week's produotion of tbe merry opera, for there will be many new and pretty faces, many new, fresh and youthful voices, new scenery and costumes more costly thau were lavished opon it in the days wben it was an experiment. These new features will, howevei, be bnt the settings for the same merry opera. Thoee who saw it before will all the more anxiously desire to bear "The Man with an Elephant on His Hands," "A Pretty Girl, a Summer Nigbt," " ïou Must Ask of the Man in tbe Moon," and all the otber catohy songs that have become so popular, but thank fortune have not yet beoome part of tbe repertoire of the hand-organ. The opera's mirtb-provoking story, with its oomplicatioas involving an Orienntal prince regent and a Europeanized heir to the throne, Freooh widows and maidens, Parisian dancing girls, Cambodian and Bnrmese envoys, has never laid clam to depth, bnt it has given many a person as delightful an evening as he coud ask for. Mr. Al. Hart is still playiog the pait of "Wang," the regent of Siam, and it is nnnecessary to cornment npon his coDceptiou of that famons part. The balance of the company retnains about tbe same as when seen here before,


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