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 discusses Miss Davenport's current role as Marie-Anne Charlotte Corday in the dramatization of her role in the French Revolution. Personne critiques the story itself and reviews the play and its acting. Personne also announces the return of Piccolomini and discusses her upcoming performances, reviews those that have already occurred, and mentions the public reception of her performances. Personne also includes other remarks about the opera, announces that Mr. Wallack will end his season during the coming week, mentions that A Midsummer Night's Dream continues its successful run at Laura Keene's, and discusses what is currently playing at Niblo's and the French Theatre.
Personne makes a passing reference to Gurowski (2).
A Midsummer Night's Dream is still playing nightly at Laura Keene's to large houses (2).
(It is unclear which Mr. Wallack the author is indicating.) Personne notes that he will end his season after 150 performances that coming week (2).
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