Born to a family of tradesmen in New York City, Charles Gayler began his career as a teacher before he moved to Ohio and worked as a journalist and editor.
Personne discusses his current reviews of three prominent actresses. He also discusses the foreign origins of several popular plays, including Our American Cousin and The Veteran. Personne notes that The Veteran is currently drawing a larger audience than Our American Cousin and gives the box office status of other theaters as well. Personne reviews Forty Theives at the Bowery and compares it to The Veteran. Among other theatrical notes, Personne notes that the City Editor of the Tribune (Frank Ottarson) has publicly announced that he is not planning to marry Ada Clifton. Personne highlights the reasons why this claim is unnecessary, as it appears Clifton had no intention to marry Ottarson. Personne also notes that there will be a benefit for Mr. Jefferson that evening.
Personne writes that the City Editor of the Tribune has claimed that he is not going to marry Ada Clifton (2).
Personne notes that there will be a benefit for Mr. Jefferson that evening (2).
Her theater has produced three new farces (2).
Ottarson is the City Editor of the Tribune that claims he will not be married to Ada Clifton. Personne makes it clear that Ottarson's remarks seem unnecessary as she's already to be married and quite pretty (2).
Personne notes that Wallack's The Veteran is currently grossing a larger box office than Keene's Our American Cousin (2).
The author discusses The Veteran (2).
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