Born in County Cork and raised primarily in Limerick, Ireland, Fitz-James O'Brien moved to New York City in 1852.
O'Brien gives Miss Vandenhoof's Woman's Heart a negative review and reproduces the plot summary of the play from the Daily Times. O'Brien mentions that he has seen the rehearsals at Wallack's for an upcoming production of Merchant of Venice and notes that Mr. Wallack's voice has not suffered during his recent months of illness. O'Brien also includes an excerpt from the Paris Figaro and an ad for Wallack's.
O'Brien mentions that he has been to the rehearsals for the upcoming production of Merchant of Venice (3).
O'Brien notes that Mr. Wallack looked good in rehearsals despite months of illness (3). (It is unclear which Mr. Wallack O'Brien is referring to.)
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