s of the Richmond Theatre, and it is to their own interest to exert themselves to pleases.
Last night was performed at the Marshall Theatre the favorite melodrama, the "Dream at Sea," concluding with the farce of the"Alpine Maid." The decorative appointments at this Theatre are admirable, and set off acting, good or bad, to great advantage.
Mr. Theo. Hamilton is leading man.
At the Varieties, Franklin street, Mr. Walter Keeble, an actor of established reputation, together with Charley Morton, Miss Ella Wren, and others, well known Richmond favorites, hold the even tenor of their way, nightly filling the house with appreciative audiences.
The legitimate drama has several worthy representatives in the company playing at the Varieties.
Last night was given "Romeo and Juliet" in very effective style.
The "Rough Diamond," a farce first introduced to the Richmond public by Sir Wm Don, concluded the evening's entertainment.
At Metropolitan Hall Lee Mallory, by the versatili