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Western, Helen and Lucille

“Monday Morning…”

Theatre—The “Star Sisters” appear this evening in W. B. English’s celebrated local drama of the “Three Fast Men,” which has been in preparation all last week, and will be produced with new scenery.

“Richmond Theatre.”

RE-ENGAGEMENT of the YOUNG, CHARMING and ACCOMPLISHED “STAR SISTERS,” LUCILLE AND HELEN WESTERN, who will appear this (MONDAY) evening, April 9th, and every night until further notice, in W.B. English’s great local drama of the THREE FAST MEN; Or, the FEMALE ROBINSON CRUSOES, performed with immense success in BOSTON 300 NIGHTS, NEW YORK 250 NIGHTS, ALBANY 150 NIGHTS, And in all the principal theatres in the United States, being universally pronounced the greatest Local Drama ever written.

THREE FAST MEN Or, the FEMALE ROBINSON CRUSOES, With NEW LOCAL SCENERY, comprising well-known views by our talented artist, GEO HEILGE, Esq. 2O SONGS AND 10 DANCES by the beautiful Star Sisters LUCILLE AND HELEN

Jenny Fairlove, Lovely Nancy, Miss Tambo, Count Navarino Fitz Fuddle, Belcher Sue, by the BEAUTIFUL LUCILLE

With songs and dances

Rosalie, Petite Charm, Guitar, Mungo Jim, Young America by the CHARMING HELEN

THE FEMALE MINSTRELS, composed of 15 YOUNG LADIES, in a grand selection of Ethiopian Minstrelsy, the best in the Union.

The Richmond Daily Dispatch 9 April 1860. Print.

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