Streets of New York

Event Information

Venue(s):
New-York Theatre (1866-69)

Proprietor / Lessee:
Broadway between Prince and Houston Sts. Buckley's Hall

Price: $.50

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
23 June 2017

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

17 Feb 1868, Evening
18 Feb 1868, Evening
19 Feb 1868, Evening
20 Feb 1868, Evening
21 Feb 1868, Evening
22 Feb 1868, Evening

Performers and/or Works Performed

1)
aka Poor of New York; Pauvres de Paris, Les
Text Author: Boucicault
Participants:  John K. Mortimer (role: Badger);  George H. [actor] Clarke;  Irene Worrell (role: Lucy Fairweather);  Harry [actor] Ryner;  Thomas L. Donnelly;  Charles T., Jr. Parsloe (role: Bob the Boot Black)

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 16 February 1868.
2)
Advertisement: New-York Times, 17 February 1868, 7.
3)
Review: New-York Times, 17 February 1868, 4.

“The New York Theatre and the Worrell Sisters have attracted fine houses to see ‘The Streets of New York,’ which was revived last week for the first time in two years. . . . Miss Irene appears in the sympathetic role of Miss Firweather, and is very effective.  The management of the stage is excellent.” 

4)
Review: New York Clipper, 22 February 1868, 366.

Brief; no mention of music.

5)
Announcement: New York Clipper, 22 February 1868, 366.

Reports that Under the gaslight was to be revived on Feburary 19.