- from "Ainslee's Magazine," January 1901 -
("He produces one-act plays and is a type of the matinee hero in vaudeville.
His girl admirers in a Western city have presented him with a silk pillow.")
- (pg.5 - advertisement with Olympic Theatre listing)
- by Sunday, December 30, 1900, the Wright Huntington Co. had moved to the Chicago Opera House.
Indianapolis Star; Tuesday, April 21, 1914 (pg.9)
- Theatres: English's - "Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary" - 8.15pm
"The pleasant and wholesome comedy that May Robson made so popular, 'The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary,'
was offered last night at English's by the clever members of Wright Huntington's Players. And the
play was put on with so much zest, acted with such skill and in so a manner that it might have
seemed that the company had been playing it the whole season. There was none of the usual stock
company hesitation or mistakes; each member of the cast showed the effects of thorough drill and
careful study, and the whole play displayed the work of careful of clever stage management."
Proctor's Theatre / Newark / Vaudeville Program / February 29, 1904