The Royal Theatre continues to hold a special place in our collective hearts for Reveen, as he did himself hold a special place in his heart for the Royal Theatre and Victoria.
Reveen continued to come to the Royal until his health prevented him from continuing with any performances, anywhere.
It was a different era back then though, with no internet whatsoever, and shows only advertised their dates on CKDA, CFAX and on the entertainment page of the Times/Colonist.
I can honestly say that I've never seen anybody command a stage the way Reveen commanded the stage night after night.
He was an entertainment powerhouse that Victorians (at least those who were around in the early '70's) fell quite in love with.