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 "rejoices" that Our American Cousin has been removed from the bill at Laura Keene's Theatre and replaced with She Stoops to Conquer. Personne reviews the show and gives a list of upcoming events for Laura Keene's Theatre. In the section titled "The Crown of Martyrdom," Personne tenders his resignation due to the "torture" brought on by the announcement that two great tragedians will be appearing in new "American" five-act dramas uptown. Personne also gives general theatrical and managerial news about Burton's, the New Bowery, and the Circus. Personne also notes that nothing interesting has been produced as the French Theatre since the night Quelqu'un fell asleep there. He announces that it is the last night of The Veteran at Wallack's and mentions some upcoming productions before briefly noting the reception of the opera in different areas and mentioning the Boston theater.
Jefferson is mentioned in Personne's review of Keene's company's performance of She Stoops to Conquer (2).
Personne "rejoices" that Our American Cousin has been removed from the bill at Laura Keene's Theatre. Keene is also mentioned in Personne's review of her company's performance of She Stoops to Conquer (2). Personne reports that the French Theatre is producing a French version of one of Keene's plays. Personne reports that Keene plays to "injunc" in response (3).
Personne mentions that Sothern was mentioned among the cast of Keene's production of She Stoops to Conquer as playing the role of "Young Marlow," but he does not recall seeing a "Young Marlow" on the stage (2).
Personne mentions that the Tribune "abused" Rice for "cutting into Doestick's business" (3).
Personne writes that it has been announced that it is the last evening of The Veteran (3).
Personne writes about the "errors committed in the name" of J. Lester (This may or may not refer to Wallack) (2). In response to the end of the long run of The Veteran, Personne writes that it is "just possible to have too much of Mr. Lester" (3).
Personne notes that nothing interesting has played at the French Theatre since the night Quelqu'un fell asleep there (3).
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