THEY SAW THE POINT.
"AN ENGXXSHMAN'S HOME" IN BERLIN. KISSED OFF THE STAGE. BERLIN, April 12. The production of a German version of Major dv Maurier's play, "An Englishman's Home," in Berlin, ended in° confusion, the actors being hissed off the stage. ENTHUSIASM IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, April 12. The production of "An Englishman's Home" to-night evoked tremendous interest, crowds waiting at the doors for several hours. The scenes in the play are thrilling, but critics consider the representation of the British army more of a travesty than a satire. A feature of the'audience was the marked attendance of non-theatregoers.
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THEY SAW THE POINT., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909
THEY SAW THE POINT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909
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