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The Daily Dispatch: March 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in
The Varieties. --A large attendance greets the performances at Prof. Hewitt's cosy little theatre every night, despite the exigencies of the times. Miss Ella Wren has established her reputation with the play-goers in the several pieces in which she has appeared since her recovery, and is ably seconded by Mrs. Dalton, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. De Bar and others. Mr. Dalton is playing the leading business in the "legitimate drama" with much skill and success. His Richard on Friday night was greatly applauded. Mr. Morton is deservedly a favorite at the Varieties; and so is Mr. Ogden, whose forts is light comedy. Mr. Toler Wolfe lends his valuable aid to the performances, and, taken collectively, the little theatre on Franklin street presents many attractions to a person who desires to pass an evening pleasantly.