Rook, T. T., article, The Somerset Herald, Somerset, PA, 28 Sept. 1887, p. 3
' ; J j "Human Nature" Creates Much Laughter and Applause. Richard O'tiorman and his new Yankee comedy were received with every manifestation manifestation of enjoyment and appreciation by a large andience last night. " Human Nature Nature " i a cmiedy strongly n-sembltng " Al-vin Al-vin Goslin '' and " Uncle ttein'l " but containing containing wore character acting. Mr. O'Gor-man O'Gor-man gave a very good and finished portrayal of the Yankee farmer, looking the character as well as acting it. Although the central figure of the play he did not greatly over-shadow over-shadow Mr. Wm. Payne as Juniper, whose ncijni cs-ceutricitiea created great merriment. Valentine BMb. "T. T. Rook) s lightning rod agent, was also good, and did much toward- making the piece s sun-ess ; and the other support was uniform and caj-ahle. ! The Trir of Miss Nellie PeVere. s Misa of aljout 14. was quite creditable. Miss Blanche j, OJ jtpetrtt , "giady WAS t Valt UKgii.iv. The songs. iulnlmnilai mu8it. wt.rewef aIid the live hor and tf. co.-.fc clamour ot realism to the play. The scenery carried by tlie company is handsome and effective. .Vr-rat'ivn .Vr-rat'ivn Diiiltf it-mid., Reserved seats now on sale at P. L. Case-beer'i Case-beer'i Hat and Furnishing Store.