Born to a family of tradesmen in New York City, Charles Gayler began his career as a teacher before he moved to Ohio and worked as a journalist and editor.
Addressing Mr. Editor, Figaro discusses Kate Bateman's recent performance in Fazio and gives a positive review of her performance. He also reprints reviews from the Times and the World. Figaro discusses Bateman's other upcoming performances and gives general commentary on recent theatrical happenings.
Figaro notes that Booth is still performing successfully at the Winter Garden (105).
Figaro writes that Gayler has sent him the plot of his Child Stealer, which will soon be seen at Wood's Theatre (104).
Figaro mentions that Hall is currently District Attorney and that he can write a good play "if provoked to do it." Figaro is referring to Who Killed Cook Robin? which debuted at the Olympic (105).
Figaro discusses a benefit at Wallack's headed by J.W. Wallack (105).
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