The Merry Wives of Windsor, with J. H. Jack in his inimitable performance of “Falstaff,” and the young phenomenon, Julian Reed, in the farce of Little Pickle, at the theater to-night.
Spalding, Bidwell & MacDonough, Prop’rs.
Engagement for six nights only and Saturday matinee, commencing Monday, February 13.
Mr. J. H. Jack, in his specialty of Sir John Falstaff.
Thursday, February 16, MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, and LITTLE PICKLES.
Introducing Master Julian Reed.
Doors open at 7, commence at 8 o’clock. Box office open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MEMPHIS THEATER.—Mr. Jack appeared in his wonderful impersonation of “Falstaff,” from Henry the Fourth, last night to a large audience. The acting of Mr. Jack in this great and humorous character was deservedly commended and rapturously applauded. He was ably supported by the dramatic company. To-night the Merry Wives of Windsor will be presented, and will be followed by a farce entitled Little Pickle, in which Master Julian Reed, a wonderful phenomenon, will astonish our theater-goers with his startling representations.
Public Ledger February 16, 1871. Print. (Memphis, TN)