Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of next week at the Globe, Madame Modjeska will appear in "Marie Stuart," Thursday and Friday evenings, in "Romeo and Juliet," in "Frou-Frou" in Saturday's matinee, and as "Camille" in the evening.
"Youth" will run on as usual next week at the Boston Theatre in its varied spectacular way, continuing to delight the lover of the sensational drama and scenic effects, with its multifarious representations of love, temptation, disgrace, danger, etc. The play has proved a wonderful success, and Redmond seems to be gaining fresh laurels.
"The Parvenu" will hold the boards at the Museum next week, which is the fourth and last of its presentation. All who are familiar with the individual merits of Barron, Warren, Mrs. Vincent and Miss Clarke have enjoyed to the fullest extent this charming comedy, and the crowded houses go to show that it has been as successful financially as in popularity.
Next week Maggie Mitchell, who has been drawing very cultivated audiences this week at the Park, will appear in her two great and best known impersonations of "Jane Eyre" and "Mignon." Miss Mitchell has long been a favorite to Boston audiences, especially in the clever dramatization of "Wilhelm Meister," and will be remembered with pleasure by theatre-goers long after she passes from the stage of life.
Mary Anderson has profited immensely by her summer rest at Long Branch, her rides, and yachting. At the end of last season she gave evident signs of hard work, but she has entered upon the winter's duty looking the very picture of good health. She is a stronger favorite with the theatre-going public than ever, and the prospect is that at no time in her career has she made more money than she will this season. - [Progress.