Hugo's Minstrels are now in Wellington, and will follow the Vivian dramatic company at the Princess's Theatre. Brough and Boucicault have determined to send their comedy company to Dunedin during the Exhibition period; while the triumvirate will be represented by Mr Charles Warner and the 'Private Secretary ' company. The Payne family intend revisiting Dunedin after touring the Northern provinces. Luscombe Searellc, with a strong operatic company, is paying a lengthened visit to Cape Colony He speaks highly of the future of Johannisburg. Mr William Fairclough, the tragedian (and the husband of Miss Elsa May), is again in Dunedin, after a lapse of fifteen years, 1 The Yeomen of the Guard' is drawing capital houses in Melbourne.
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FOOTLIGHT FLASHES., Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
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