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De Walden's controversial playThe Balloon Wedding is recommended by Henry Clapp as an example of necessary "low comedy."
De Walden adapted The Monkey Boy and other plays for Laura Keene's Theatre.
Laura Keene's theater produced de Walden's Aileen Aroon in the fall of 1860.
Watson claims that he convinced de Walden to manage Artemus Ward's initial public lectures.
De Walden was part of the Wallack company at one point.
The Vault at Pfaff's
27 Memorial Drive West, Bethlehem, PA 18015