The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 456
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Hunchback; The People's Lawyer. December 25, Lucretia Borgia;
Colleen Bawn. December 26-27, Colleen Bawn. December 30-31,
January 1-2, The Long Strike. January 3, The Wife; The Rough
Diamond. January 4, His Last Legs; A Bull in a China Shop.
January 6, The Marble Heart; Sketches in India. January 7, Col-
leen Bawn. January 8, Hamlet. January 9, Richelieu; Shadow
Pantomime. January io, Richard III. January 11, Every Inch a
Sailor; Out to Nurse. January 13-14, East Lynne. January 15,
Hamlet (Miss Miles). January 16 (2), Hamlet. January 17, Caste.
January 18, Othello. January 20-26, Arrah-na-Pogue. January 27,
Merchant of Venice. January 28, Macbeth. January 30-31, Wait-
ing for the Verdict. February 1, The Lady of Lyons. February 4,
The Robbers. February 5, Flowers of the Forest. February 6,
Hunters of the Mississippi. February 7, Katherine and Petruchio;
Pocahontas; Robert Macaire. February 8, Macbeth; Pocahontas.
February 10-15, The Sea of Ice. February 16, The Corsican Broth-
ers. February 18, Damon and Pythias; The Omnibus. February
19, The Serious Family. February 20, Hamlet. February 21, Paul
Pry; The Day Before the Wedding; Jones' Baby. February 22,
Beauty and the Beast; Jack Sheppard. February 24-25, The Sea
of Ice. February 26-28, London Assurance. February 29, Who
Killed Cock Robin; Antony and Cleopatra (burletta); Ben Bolt.
March 2-3, Lillian Gwynne. March 4, Marie Stuart; Masks and
Faces. March 5, Masks and Faces. March 5, Marie Stuart. March
7, Metamora. March 9, Leah, the Forsaken. March io, Lillian
Gwynne. March 11, The School for Scandal. March 12, Leah,
the Forsaken. March 13, The Hidden Hand. March 15, The
Chamber of Death (La Tour de Nesle). March 16, Lady Audley's
Secret. March 18, The Willow Copse. March 19, East Lynne.
March 20, The Willow Copse. March 21, The Hunchback. March
25, Still Waters Run Deep. March 26, Hamlet. March 27, The
Cricket on the Hearth. March 28, Colleen Bawn; Black Eyed
The season was concluded with the following opera produc-
tions: March 30o, Lucia di Lammermoor. March 31, The Daughter
of the Regiment. April 1, Il Trovatore. April 2, Faust. April 3,
La Favorita. April 4, The Barber of Seville. April 6, Robert the
Devil. April 7, William Tell. April 8, Jerusalem. April 9, The
Barber of Seville.
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