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Dramatic Feuilleton

Figaro [Clapp, Henry Jr.]. "Dramatic Feuilleton." New York Saturday Press. 20 Jan. 1866: 40-41.

Writing to Mr. Editor, Figaro discusses his "religious friend's" criticism of his reviews of "sensational" drama. Figaro goes into a longer discussion of De Walden's The Balloon Wedding. Figaro also makes a passing mention of Pfaff's before listing the current events in theater.

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Clapp, Henry author

People Mentioned in this Work

Booth, Edwin [pages:41]
de Walden, Thomas [pages:40]

Figaro refers to De Walden and The Balloon Wedding. Figaro writes that he agrees with the opinion that De Walden is a "reckless dramatist" and that The Balloon Wedding "is just the recklessest piece that he had ever put on stage" (40).

Gayler, Charles [pages:40]

Figaro refers to his past week's remarks about Gayler's Child Stealer (40).

The Saturday Press [pages:40]

Figaro notes that one of his "semi-religious friends" subscribes to "three copies of the Saturday Press (40).

Shaw, Henry [pages:41]

Figaro makes a brief mention of "Josh Billings'" lecture tour (41).

Wallack's Lyceum [pages:41]
Ward, Artemus [pages:40]

Figaro writes that his "semi-religious friend" "sits under Artemus Ward Beecher" (40).