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Musical comedy The Toreador is presented at The Gaiety Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a run of 675 performances.
The musical play A Country Girl, or Town and Country, with music by Lionel Monckton and additional songs by Paul Rubens, is performed at Daly's Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a run of 729 performances.
A Chinese Honeymoon, billed as 'The English Musical Sensation' is playing at The Casino Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 364 performances.
The "scintillating musical comedy" Sally In Our Alley is presented at The Broadway Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 100 performances.
The "musical absurdity" Twirly-Whirly is presented at Weber And Fields' Music Hall, New York City, USA, during a run of 247 performances.
Musical comedy The Girl From Kay's is playing at The Apollo Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a lengthy run.
The musical Fad And Folly is presented at Mrs. Osborn's Playhouse, New York City, USA, during a run of 34 performances.
Ellery's Royal Italian Band plays at The Mechanics' Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA.
The four-part song In a Drear-Nighted December, with words by John Keats and music by John Pointer, is published by Musical Times Publications in the UK.
The American Vitaphone Company bulletin includes a feature about "Rates for Exchanging Records to Club Members ... How to Secure Free Life Membership in Exchange Club".
The Wild Rose, billed as "Lederer's Most Joyous Musical Revel", opens at The New National Theatre, Washington DC, USA.
Popular musical The Sultan Of Sulu opens in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Vaudeville-style entertainment on this night at the Temple Theatre, Detroit, Michigan, USA, consists of Burt Jordan and Rosa Crouch, (Sensational, grotesque and 'buck' dancers. A good act...), The White Tscherkess Trio (A man and two women who do a singing turn of the operatic order. They carry special scenery which is very artistic and their costumes are original and neat. Their voices are good and blend exceedingly well. The act goes big with the audience.), Sarah Midgely and Gertie Carlisle (Presenting the sketch 'After School.' ... they are a 'knockout.'), Theodor F. Smith and Jenny St. George-Fuller (Refined instrumentalists), Milly Capell (European equestrienne. This is her second week. On account of the very pretty picture that she makes she goes as strong as she did last week.), R. J. Jose (Tenor singer. The very best of them all.), The Nelson Family of Acrobats (This act is composed of three men, two young women, three boys and two small girls. The greatest acrobatic act extant.), James Thornton (Monologist and vocalist. He goes like a cyclone. It is a case of continuous laughter from his entrance to his exit.), Burk and Andrus and Their Trained Mule (This act, if it can be so classed, was closed after the evening performance.)
Mr. Chauncey Olcott is appearing in Old Limerick Town, described as "his best play" at Haverley's 14th Street Theatre, New York City, USA. The show will run for a total of 56 performances.
Enrico Caruso records No, piú nobile from Adriana Lecouvreur for The Gramophone And Typewriter Company in a hotel room in Milan, Italy, Europe. Caruso is paid £100 sterling.