A delicious dramatic feast is that which Mr. and Mrs. Kendall offer theatre-goers this week. "All for Her" is a play which the late Lester Wallack produced at the Globe Theatre some years ago. It affords both Mr. and Mrs. Kendall abundant opportunities for the exercise of that versatility of genius which characterizes the acting of both of these charming artists. It is far more pleasing than their play of last week, "The Squire," and a higher moral tone pervades the different scenes of the drama. "All for Her" will be given tonight and tomorrow afternoon and evening; the rest of the week "The Weaker Sex" will take its place.
All for Her.
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