Leah, the forsaken

Event Information

Venue(s):
Niblo's Garden

Conductor(s):
Robert August Stoepel

Event Type:
Play With Music

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
27 September 2010

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

09 Feb 1863, 7:45 PM
10 Feb 1863, 7:45 PM
12 Feb 1863, 7:45 PM
13 Feb 1863, 7:45 PM
14 Feb 1863, 7:45 PM

Program Details

Mr. Phillipe, dances and appointments; Mr. Wallis, dances and appointments.

There was no performance on Wednesday, February 11, because of the Arion Ball.

Performers and/or Works Performed

1)
aka Leah, a Jewish maiden
Text Author: Daly [dramatist]
Participants:  Kate Bateman

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 08 February 1863.
2)
Advertisement: New-York Times, 09 February 1863, 7.
“Original Music, composed expressly, by Mr. Robert Stoepel.”
3)
Advertisement: New-York Times, 11 February 1863, 7.
“In accordance with an agreement previously made, Miss Bateman has kindly yielded her right to the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 11 in favor of the Arion Society, which on that night will give a grand fancy ball.”
4)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 14 February 1863, 7.
5)
Review: New York Herald, 16 February 1863, 8.
“Miss Bateman’s engagement at Niblo’s Garden has been prolonged for one week more, the audiences having fairly taken the house by storm. . . . [T]he play has been somewhat modified and improved. . . . Throughout [the first] four acts Miss Bateman is not great. . . . Her voice is harsh and monotonous, and her action ungraceful and stagy. In the fifth act, however, she redeems her reputation. Her voice, her action, her pantomime, are all touching.”
6)
Review: New-York Daily Tribune, 16 February 1863, 8.
“[N]umerous [audiences] during the week just past.”