White Fawn

Event Information

Venue(s):
Niblo's Garden

Conductor(s):
Howard [composer] Glover

Event Type:
Play With Music

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
31 August 2017

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

20 Apr 1868, Evening
21 Apr 1868, Evening
22 Apr 1868, Evening
23 Apr 1868, Evening
24 Apr 1868, Evening
25 Apr 1868, Evening
25 Apr 1868, 1:00 PM

Performers and/or Works Performed

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 20 April 1868, 7.
2)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 20 April 1868.
3)
Advertisement: New-York Times, 21 April 1868.

Detailed listing of scenes.

4)
Review: New York Herald, 22 April 1868, 9.

“NIBLO’S GARDEN.—During this twelfth week of the representation of the ‘White Fawn,’ Niblo’s Garden is nightly crowded with as enthusiastic a multitude as ever. The changes which have been introduced throughout the second and third acts seem to have converted the entire piece into a novelty of the highest attraction. Last evening the new comic ballet, entitled ‘The Loves of Martha and Lionel,’ in which Mlle. Augusta Sohlke had a fine opportunity, as old Dr. Rush would have said, of ‘energizing her functions’ and evincing her wonderful vitality; the admirable ‘Farragut Matelot,’ in which Mlle. Bonfanti disp[layed all her surpassing grace in an entirely novel light; the grand tableau of ‘Neptune’s Daughters at the Bath;’ the ‘Waltz Amour,’ marvelously danced by Fraulein Schlaeger, the child pupil of Fanny Elssler; the grand ballet of ‘The Bersagtiert,’ in which the Colonel, Mlle. Invernezzi, exhibited talents as a drill officer that the late lamented Colonel Ellsworth might have envied; the inimitable ‘Hungarian Polka,’ by Mlle. Augusta Sohlke; and last, by no means least, the song of ‘The Bridal Morn,’ exquisitely sung by Miss Fanny Stockton, elicited rapturous applause. ‘The Bridal Morn’ was composed expressly for Miss Stockton by Mr. Howard Glover, who led the orchestra in a style worthy of the reputation which he has so long enjoyed in London.”

5)
Review: New York Clipper, 02 May 1868, 30.

Brief; no mention of music.