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 begins with a discussion of Laura Keene's A Midsummer Night's Dream including a discussion of why William Shakespeare appears to be a minor co-author of the play. Personne also includes a review and summary of the production. Personne denounces the playwright Miles, stating that he could be a good companion for Leland and reviews Miles's Senor Valiente. Personne gives a passing mention of the current events at Wallack's, the French Theatre, and the opera. He also notes that the "agony" of The Dark Hour Before the Dawn will have passed before the next Saturday Press.
Personne mentions Brougham in his discussion of the events at Wallack's (2).
Keene's company has recently put on A Midsummer Night's Dream (2).
Personne mentions an upcoming performance by the Strakosch company (2).
Personne writes that "the Stranger, the Wife, and other exciting things" are currently being performed at Wallack's (2).
According to Personne, Mr. Lester Wallack is currently "cultivating his Spring whiskers" (2).
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