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Theatrical.

* —, MOXTGOMERV'S POPULAR EXTE 11T AIXEEs. The amusement loving public of the district will Ido pleased t 0 learn that the above company will appear at Invercargill on Wednesday and Thursday next, when a first-class programme will he presented. The wonderful success attending the organis. ation in the past has encouraged Mr ltd . Montgomery to increase his company, and several new members are now added to the 1 combination, which is justly considered to be the best- entertainment on tour in Xew. Zealand. Mr Edmund Montgomery, has probable' enjoyed a longer run of successful business in Xew Zealand than any other in the profession. The secret of his consistent success is probably due to his establishing a reputation, and fully maintaining same, of always putting on clean, bright. a nd attractive programmes, calculated to suit all tastes. Entertainments consisting only of pictorial portrayals are apt t® become monotonous. so Mr Montgomery very, freely, intersperses musical items, songs, ballad's, and humorous sketches. During the forthcoming visit the management promises exceptionally attractive vocal contributions, recommending with Hie titter confidence Mr W. H. Montgomery, the eminent expert English baritone, of whoso singing our exchanges speak in the highest terms of praise. Mr W. 11. Montgomery is a brother of the proprietor of the company, and is a recent arrival in the colony from Loudon. He has, during the last few years, filled many important roles on, the English operatic stage and was associated with such companies as the D'Oylcy Carte 1 Co. and the Rouseby Grand Opera Co. both of which enjoy a world-wide reputation. A host of novelties in animated pictures will be presented, and several new very beautifully- illustrated songs and ballads, while comic items will also find a place in. a very liberal bill of fare to be provided.

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Theatrical., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 12, 6 July 1907

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Theatrical. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 12, 6 July 1907

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