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"kit" At The Opera House

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Mr. Henry Chsnfrau, in hie famous comedy drama, "Kit, the Arkansas Travele:," appenred m the Opera House légt evening. Mr. Chanfrau is in every way eq'ial to his father in a'tainments on the stage and it would be diffioult for other thaa an expert to discover thüt it was the son who was personating the comical "Kit" insteod of his honor d sire. MessrR. Bas ett Willard and J. L. Clak sustained their parts as Mjor uní .Tudge with credit to the company. Mr. Eugene Bertram as the villaiu, Bond, was the very personifioation of wickedness. The other parts were well taken. - New Britain Daily Herald. Henry T. Chanfrau's company gave an exhibition of their most careful work at tbe Opera Houe, last evening, in that famous and likable American play, " Kit, the Arkansas Traveler." Oaristmas pvening and April weather suffijed to fill the house from fl oor to gallery with a very appreciative audience. The old story of the troubles of the man from " Arkansaw " needs no repetition. Suffioi it to say that the ycunger Chnnfran ie more than passable in a part tht requires many id .al physical and romantic g f ■ to thoro'ighly compass its po-sibiüties. C Trectly melodramatic in si'.uations, he rs able to carry on the BCtion in a crfd'table manner. The duel scène was tbe frcus for considerab'e i: y and nuch applauded. Mei-srs. Crk and WilUrd gave fipished rendern gj oL the pwrcs of Snugg? and Squiggs. Tne 1 vee ecene, with its picture.-que grouping of negrocs and excellent smiiing hy the " Hub " Quartette,


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