Matilda Heron was born in poverty in Labby Vale, Draperstown, Ireland in 1830 and came to the U.S. as a child.
Personne writes about the current events in theater and music that have occurred during the recent heat wave. Personne discusses in detail the reasons for the poor attendance at the benefit for the Women's Hospital Association and the debut of Madame la Comtesse de Ferussac. He also announces the arrival of the Florances at Wallack's for the summer season and discusses the Misses Gougenheim's burlesque of Cinderella at Laura Keene's Theatre. Personne includes several notes about recent news in the theatrical community and upcoming performances. The Feuilleton includes two important reprints: a public statement from Maurice Strakosch and the "card" from H.L. Bateman that announces the engagement of Mrs. Mathilda Heron-Stoepel at his theater.
Personne reports that Brougham's new play will debut at the Metropolitan on Monday and thanks him for something new (3).
Personne mentions that Matilda Heron-Stoepel has been engaged by "Bateman the Bold" for two years. Personne reprints the "card" written by Mr. H.L. Bateman announcing this (3).
Personne refers to him as "Awful Jefferson" (2).
Personne reports that the Misses Gougenheim have produced a burlesque of Cinderella at Laura Keene's Theatre (3).
Personne mentions Smith's efforts to rouse enthusiasm from the audience while acting during the recent heat wave (2).
It is unclear which Strakosch Personne is writing about (2).
Personne announces that the Florences have begun their summer season at Wallack's (2).
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