ON OTHER STAGES
Colonial.-"Orange Blossoms", a new musical show of varied report, lively and tuneful.
Fine Arts-"The Beggar's Opera", by John Gay. Delicate airs, broad comedy, delightful burlesque, and keen satire.
Hollis-"Bulldog Drummond", with H. B. Warner. The best of modern thrillers, ably composed and produced. Those who dislike gun-shots on the stage, beware!
Opera House-Russian Opera continues.
Plymouth-"The Dover Road", by A. A. Milne. Charles Cherry plays a genial foster-father to cloping couples.
Shubert.-"Daffy Dill". Frank Tinney continues to cavort.
Tremont.-"Captain Applejack", an imaginative farce-comedy with Wallace Eddinger, Mary Nash, and many comic situations.
Wilbur.-"The Bat". More people have seen this play than any other in Boston this season. There's a reason!