Born to a family of tradesmen in New York City, Charles Gayler began his career as a teacher before he moved to Ohio and worked as a journalist and editor.
Personne begins the Feuillton with a discussion of "Young Boston's" performance given by the Metropolitan Musical Society. Personne also discusses the expected engagements and developments in the New York theatrical community, including the absences of actors from their companies and new additions to existing companies. Personne also discusses Mr. Thomas Placide's final performance in New Orleans, makes and brief mention of Gayler's The Slip, and reviews the Misses Gougenhiems' current production.
Clifton is listed as one of the "new engagements" for Laura Keene's Theatre for the next season (3).
Personne writes about Gayler's play for the Florences, The Slip (3).
Personne notes that Jefferson is missing from Laura Keene's "stock-list" for the next season (3).
Personne predicts that Laura Keene's company will suffer most in the next season due to a series of "secessions" by her actors (3).
Smith is listed as one of the "new engagements" for Laura Keene's Theatre for the next season (3).
Personne notes that Sother is missing from Laura Keene's "stock-list" for next season (3).
Personne refers to a Strakosch, but it is unclear who he is discussing.
Personne writes that Blake has left Keene's for Wallack's (3).
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