Black Hussar and "DeWolf Hopper Opera Company" 19 Aug 1890 in gossip column NY Times
piece Important port of Central Central America. THEATRICAL GOSSIP. CoL McCaun la a believer In sign and luck. aad ha think that ha aeea good Inch In -Tha -Tha Savea Buablans," the opera with which hla reconstructed reconstructed company 1 to open In Harlem Sept, 1. Tho Colonel recalls the fact that - Tha Black Bussar," alao tta work of MuUocker, waa hla first great success at Palmar, then W aline aline k' a, aad ka thinks that tha production of " Tha Seven Buablana will ha tta beginning of a pros perous career By his new company. It was In "Tha Black Bussar" that De Wolf Hopper, ao long tha comedian of tha McCaull Company, aaada hla first popular hit, and the Colonel la eonndent that hla new comedian, K F. Cotton, will make a similar kit ta the new opera. Of tb old cast of " The Black Hussar" but two of th principals remain In the present company. " cottreuy and Lily Post Annie Myers and Josephine Knapp were then la the chorus. Rehearsal of "Th Seven Buablans" are aow well aader way, aad the chorus has already wu uruieu is ue muara ana groupings. Marion Manola. late nrima dnnna a? tha TV, Wolf Hopper Company. U very ill In Boston. aunenng irom nervous proecratlon. It is understood understood that aegotlaUons are In nrogress lookmar to her becoming a member of one of the Duff oompani next season. Manager Prohman's " Charity Bair company from th Lyceum Theatre begin its season next Moaday evening la Stamford, Conn. The Lyceum Lyceum stock company la now presenting the same play ta Chicago. Mr. W.Sydney, stage manager of the Adelpht Theatre, London, has arrived in Boston, where h is to direct the rehearsals ef the new 81ms-Burnenan 81ms-Burnenan 81ms-Burnenan melodrama, -The -The English Rose," wltt which tha regular asaaoB at the Museum is M&ef aria Tempest, aa her name would aeera to Imply, 1e a true lover of tho water aad aquatic sport. She returned to the regiment of " Th m raimewa last Blent after a pleaaaat trip to Greenwich, Conn., where h enjoyed herself ta boating oa the Sound. Mis Tempest la bar pretty yachting eostum of French flannel, with creamy bands of braid and ahlntng gold button, proved quit a feature of the Sunday at Greenwich. The forty member of tta Ranlon-Volter Ranlon-Volter Ranlon-Volter and Martinet! English Pantomime d k..i. Com bin arrived from Europe on the steamer Arisoaa yesterday. They were welcomed at the dock by Manager William Harris of Rich at Harris, a well-known well-known well-known Boston firm of managers, who brings the troupe to this country. Beside the pantomlmisu aad specialists. Paul Clnque-valllef Clnque-valllef Clnque-valllef the Howard At tuia Compnny, Klch- Klch- r warren, taa auropaaa repreenntativ tor Xlch A Herri, aad Fred Aadaraea wer peas4a- peas4a- " " naw. in nrss-namoa nrss-namoa nrss-namoa eempany begl tbetr eajragameat at the Aoadcauyef Music a-aaaialaaw a-aaaialaaw a-aaaialaaw BattBA, : . . '