Born in Philadelphia, PA in September 1835, Rose Eytinge made her first appearance as an amateur actress in Brooklyn at the age of seventeen (Wilson and Fiske 396).
C.B.S. begins with discussing the fiddler's strike and his general opinions on the matter. He follows this with a favorable review of Brougham's performance of Playing with Fire at the Winter Garden.
C.B.S. discusses Brougham's performance at the Winter Garden in Playing with Fire (217).
C.B.S. mentions that she was a member of the cast in Brougham's performance of Playing with Fire at the Winter Garden (217).
C.B.S. mentions a "Miss Shaw" at the Winter Garden, who is a relative of Mrs. Hoey, "and has inherited the good looks of the family" (217).
C.B.S. mentions that prior to Brougham's performance in Playing with Fire at the Winter Garden, the principal role had only been played by Lester Wallack (217).
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