The unofficial biographer of the Pfaff’s crowd, William Winter was born in coastal Massachusetts, and his mother died
Quelqu'un engages in a lengthy discussion of the Canterbury Hall and its amusements, including Sam Cowell. He reviews Cowell's Thursday performance and discusses the General's enjoyment of Canterbury Hall. He also mentions the venue's other attractions and performers. Quelqu'un claims he is "not in the mood" to "say something appropriate to a 'Dramatic Feuilleton'" and complains of his mistreatment and imitation by the critics in the Sunday papers (3). He also claims that most of the news has already been reported in the daily papers. He does, however, give a brief mention of some theatrical current events. The Feuilleton is followed by a piece about the American Dramatic Fund Association reprinted from The New York Evening Post.
Quelqu'un reports that "young Booth" will be at the Winter Garden during the week (3).
Quelqu'un reports that she is back in town, assembling her company, and is planning to open her season with a new Tom Taylor play (3).
Quelqu'un reports that Smith is on tour with Jordan and is headed to New Orleans for the Winter (3).
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