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.
Personne opens the Feuilleton with a discussion of the talents of Madame Gassier and a review of her performance in Ernani. Personne also discusses and reviews other opera singers and performances. He remarks that there is very little going on in the theatrical community and gives a general update about what is being performed in the principal theaters. Personne reviews the new play by "James Pilgrim, Esq.," Garibaldi, currently at the New Bowery. The Feuillton concludes with a reprint of some remarks on the opera by "a 'cricket' in the San Francisco Golden Era" (2).
Personne reports that Brougham's Ruling Passion is leaving Wallack's soon (2).
Personne mentions that Keene's company is doing a revival of The Sea of Ice (2).
It is unclear which Strakosch Personne is writing about.
Personne reports that Brougham's Ruling Passion will be replaced by Woad to Wuin (2).
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