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A Brass Monkey.

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Hoyt's "Brass Monkey" in its second week continues to draw large crowds at the Boston Theatre. The various pleasing dances and songs especially the ever delightful "Razzle Dazzle" trio in the second act never fail to evoke merited applause. The leading parts are well sustained by Mr. George F. Marion, Mr. Leslie, and Miss Flora Walsh, although Mr. Lesiie as "Doolittle Work," is a trifle too cold in his gestures and actions. The three members of the "Razzle-Dazzle" trio were unimpeachable as examples of toughness and their various evolutions in the songs caused repeated encores. As a whole the "Brass Monkey" has too much of what is called "horse play" and is by no means up to other of the author's comedies. The company which presents it is, however, fully up to the standard of the play.

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