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Theatres.

The Prince and The Pauper.

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Last evening, Frohmann's production of "The Prince and the Pauper," dramatized from Mark Twain's book of that name, was begun at the Hollis St. theatre. The play is a very good one, and well-worked up. Perhaps, in parts, it savors too much of the melodrama; at any rate this seeming defect was made apparent at times by the poor work of several artists in the company. On the whole, however, the rest of the company furnish a good support for little Elsie Leslie who plays the title role in a very charming way. Her work has a uniqueness about it which is very refreshing. Almost every movement of the play turns on her part of the dual role and she is fully equal to the important character which she takes. Mention should be made of Mr. Arthur Elliot, who, as "Miles Hendon," was capital.

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