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The Henrictta.

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Little need be said of a play so familiar to theatre goers as Bronson Howard's "Henrietta" which was given at the Hollis last evening. The confusion of the three Henriettas is an amusing idea. and the play will serve to pass an evening more or less pleasantly. But the plot is essentially bad, and many of the scenes are simply and unnecessarily disagreable. Robson's acting is as amusing as ever, and the same as ever. There is nothing new in his conception of Bertie Vanalstyne, and perhaps his admirers will be glad of it. The rest of the company deserves only negative praise. Miss Katherine Florence as Agnes is pretty and never offensive, Mr. Frank Mordaunt as Nicholas Vanalstyne imitates Crane with tolerable success.

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