Wallack’s Lyceum was located in Broadway near Broome Street. Its productions included original works by Pfaffians John Brougham, Stephen Ryder Fiske, and Fitz-James O’Brien.
Personne begins with a discussion of Court and Stage and transitions into a discussion of the Missess Gougenheim and aging actresses. Personne writes that La Vie de Boheme is currently onstage at the French Theatre, but claims that that production lacks an understanding of what it means to be a Bohemian. Personne also notes a benefit for Mr. Wallack, senior, and mentions an upcoming musical performance. Personne also does a brief review of Cortesi's performance at the opera during the past week, and writes that he would write more if he weren't going out of the country soon.
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