Though much of her early life, including her real name and exact date of birth, remains in shadow, Laura Keene is thought to have come from a well-to-do background.
In this letter to the General, Quelqu'un discusses de Walden's Seven Diabolical Sisters, currently playing at Laura Keene's Theater. Quelqu'un reviews the play and also reprints some of the commentary from the Tribune and Herald. The Feuilleton is followed by an article about Edwin Booth at the Winter Garden written for The Saturday Press and signed by "H.N.," "New York, Nov. 29, 1960.
Quelqu'un directs the readers' attention to an article about Edwin Booth that follows the Fueilleton. The article discusses his performances at the Winter Garden and his reputation (3).
Quelqu'un announces de Walden's Seven Diabolical Sisters at Laura Keene's Theatre (3). The reference to the "sardonic dramatist of Miss Laura Keene" in the article on Edwin Booth may refer to de Walden (3).
Quelqu'un announces the Seven Diablolical Sisters at Laura Keene's Theatre and lists Laura Keene as playing the role of "Diavoline" (3). Laura Keene's Theatre is also mentioned in the article on Edwin Booth following the Feuilleton (3).
The article on Edwin Booth that follows the Feuilleton discusses the Saturday Press's policy of encouraging young talent (3).
Wallack's is mentioned in the article on Edwin Booth following the Feuilleton (3).
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