Wite Fawn

Event Information

Venue(s):
Tony Pastor's Opera House

Event Type:
Variety / Vaudeville

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
27 June 2017

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

24 Feb 1868, Evening
25 Feb 1868, Evening
26 Feb 1868, Evening
26 Feb 1868, 2:30 PM
27 Feb 1868, Evening
28 Feb 1868, Evening
29 Feb 1868, Evening
29 Feb 1868, 2:30 PM

Program Details

William S. Budworth on banjo.

Performers and/or Works Performed

1)
aka White fawn; White faun
Text Author: Poole
Participants:  Tony Pastor (role: Prince Meander);  William S. Budworth;  Thomas Grattan Riggs (role: Princess Eucare);  George W. Thompson (role: The Enchanter);  James W. Collier (role: King Ding Dong);  Addie LeBrun (role: Princess Disgraceful);  George F. McDonald [Tony Pastor's] (role: Fairy of the Lake);  Melinda Nagle (role: Finetta)

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 23 February 1868.
2)
Announcement: New York Clipper, 29 February 1868, 374.

“It is one of John Poule’s emanations, and will, therefore, be good, as have been all of his burlesques.”

3)
Advertisement: New York Clipper, 29 February 1868, 375.
4)
Review: New York Clipper, 07 March 1868, 382.

“The ‘Wite’ Fawn,’ a musical burlesque on the spectacle now being performed at Niblo’s, is the title of the latest production at Tony Pastor’s Opera House. It is one of John F. Poole’s emanations. . . . The burlesque is replete with songs set to popular airs of the day, and is throughout written in a lively vein.”