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The Daily Dispatch: May 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee Dramatic and Musical Intelligence. (search)
Yankee Dramatic and Musical Intelligence. Mr. and Mrs. Couldock are playing in their usual line of characters at the St. Louis Theatre. Mr. and Miss Richings have closed their engagements at the Boston Museum. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence are at the Boston Theatre. Miss Parker, a native singer, is to make her first appearance at the Academy of Music, in New York, on Monday evening. Miss Laura Krene has given up the Theatre in New York, which has so long borne her name. Mrs. Couldock are playing in their usual line of characters at the St. Louis Theatre. Mr. and Miss Richings have closed their engagements at the Boston Museum. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence are at the Boston Theatre. Miss Parker, a native singer, is to make her first appearance at the Academy of Music, in New York, on Monday evening. Miss Laura Krene has given up the Theatre in New York, which has so long borne her name. Under her management it was always a favorite place of resort. J. S. Clarke is playing to full houses and giving great satisfaction at the Winter Garden. Miss Bateman seems to be winning golden opinions at Niblo's, where troops of friends do nightly crowd the house to witness her varied personation of characters in the mimic scenes of the stage. The Hutchinson family the past week have been giving entertainments at the Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Matilda Her