THE THEATRES.—A good house greeted the second representation of “Monsieur Alphonse” last evening at the National Theater. The company is an excellent one, and the scenic effects add no little interest to the correct presentation of the exceedingly well conceived French plot of the play. Little Bijou Heron is a wonderful child, and our play-goers should see her.
The Evening Star 11/25/1874. Print.