Panjandrum Review in Decatur Daily Republican 28 March 1894
The "Jfacj indium" Opera. Tbe largest audience of the season the prioes--S1.50, $1 00, 75 and 50 --was at tbe Grand lust eight t? first DfCutnr appearance of Mr. Hopper and his merry company a welcome. It was a Ccioago house in number and enthnsiism. AH were pleased. "Panjandrum" was thegorgeous and tnnfefnl comic opera in two ftctH. WAS bright and f u n n y , put on in elaborate Etyle with electrio effects; bat Mr. Hopper and Delia Fox were central figures in the group of very people. Mr. Hopper's voice is hiE to say nothing of his tail figure Â·musing grimaces. He haa a mar supporter iu Miss Fox, who ia the embodiment of operatic grace, aad ia an of Class in her line. The music food throughout particularly tte choruses. A special feature of tho entertainment was tbe appearance of Ida Fuller, sister of Loie, who eave her marveloosly beautiful dancs creations, with tbe very latest electric effects. It was kaleidoscopic in character, showing the flags of many nations and large Miss Fuller earned several recalls. Mr, Hopper reoitÂ»d "Casey -at the Bat" in . inimitable style to tbe delight of ball cranks and then came back to "Ten Dollars." It was a night of pleasure! and the company and principals their best to please. They succeeded tbe limit, and sent everybody away praising tbe performance.