Wallack’s Lyceum was located in Broadway near Broome Street. Its productions included original works by Pfaffians John Brougham, Stephen Ryder Fiske, and Fitz-James O’Brien.
Addressed to Mr. Editor, Figaro discusses how he caught "enthusiasm" at a performance of Belphagor and writes about the other theatrical events occurring in New York.
Figaro writes that Shanly and Robert Heller were with him the night he caught "enthusiasm" at a performance of Belphagor. Shanly also caught "enthusiasm" that evening (4).
Figaro notes that Charles Reade's Never too Late to Mend is still being performed at Wallack's, which he thinks may be due, in part, to the "truly magnificent scenery" (5).
The Vault at Pfaff's
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