The Black Hussar in Washington 22 May 1888 New York Times
" THS BLACK BUSS AS" IS WASE1SG10S. Washington May 21. The opening night of th second week of The Black Hussar" Hussar" by ths McCauIl Opera Company, at Albany's Albany's Grand Opera House, attracted a crowded crowded house, such aa always greets 'this opsra, of which the Washington pablle never seems to tire. The work baa taken a Arm hold upon our amusement lovers, possessing aa It doe aU the elements of success-good success-good success-good music, aa Interesting story, aad excellent opportunities for th comedians, comedians, and la th hand of CoL MCuil'a company company every portion of tn opera I artlauo-5."TvPr"". artlauo-5."TvPr"". artlauo-5."TvPr"". , T.,'eo,-ill,,of T.,'eo,-ill,,of T.,'eo,-ill,,of Hubert ilk aa Coloacl of the Hussar, a roie for which he is eminently fitted 5 Dirby Bell aa PlffXow. the man ot many office; Charlea Dun ran as the Lleutenaat of Hussar. Marian aiaaola. and Anal My era aa th two daughter, both vary weet and charming; Herbert Crlpp a the old Magistrate, and Laura Joyee-BeU Joyee-BeU Joyee-BeU a Barbara, together with a chorus well drilled 1b lis work. CoL McCaull kaa presented th opera with a much ear aad attentive t detail a though a long run wa Intended. Instead of a fortnight, and the result 1 a thoroughly njoyabiaaad highly creditable perfermaaoe.