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The Road to Ruin.

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The Museum Company continue their charming presentation of old comedies with Holcroft's "The Road to Ruin" this week. The play is interesting though not brilliant nor especially witty, but the acting is very even and satisfactory. The cleverest assumption is the character acting of Mr. Barron as Mr. Silky. Messrs. Plympton and Wilson and Miss O'Leary also made decided successes. "London Assurance" will be given Thursday and the rest of the week.

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