Matilda Heron was born in poverty in Labby Vale, Draperstown, Ireland in 1830 and came to the U.S. as a child.
Personne begins the Feuilleton with a review of the Trovatore, which he attended with a man connected to the Navy. Personne includes other opera news, including a report from the Tribune about the Fressolini in Newport. Personne reviews Brougham's The Ruling Pardon at Wallack's and discusses what is currently onstage at Laura Keene's and the Winter Garden. Personne also mentions that Heron-Stoepel is receiving good reviews in Geraldine in Boston and mentions current events in the Philadelphia theater.
Personne reviews Brougham's The Ruling Pardon and his performance in the show (2).
Personne mentions that Heron-Stoepel is onstage in Boston. Personne reports that Heron is getting good reviews in Boston in Geraldine (2).
Personne mentions Jefferson's performance in Dot at the Winter Garden (2).
Personne notes that the "perverse public" keeps going to see The World and the Stage at Keene's (2).
Personne reviews Brougham's The Ruling Pardon at Wallack's (2).
Personne reviews Wallack's performance in The Ruling Pardon (2).
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