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In Years Past

September 23, 2012
The Post-Journal

In 1912, exceedingly pretty and catchy music, graceful dancing, good comedy, attractive scenes and costumes and above all, a capable and pleasing company made "Madame Sherry" at the Samuels Opera House a wonderfully enjoyable entertainment - the best yet of the season and an encouragement to hope for a good line of plays in the future. "Madame Sherry" was written by Otto Hauerback with music by Hugo Felix and was defined on the program as a French vaudeville in three acts. Just why it was so defined was not apparent, for there was nothing therein suggestive of the usual type of Frenchy stories or plays as we understand them.

 
 

 

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