ACADEMY OF MUSIC.—The beautiful and successful drama of “Rosedale” was finely rendered again last night. It is one of those pleasing and highly entertaining plays with which an audience never becomes cloyed by repetition, and when brought out in the style that has characterized its production at the Academy of Music can never fail to be enjoyed, admired, and appreciated.
To-night the universal favourite, Miss Sallie St. Clair, and the eminent comedian, Mr. Charles Barras, make their first appearance this season in the admirable comedy of the “Serious Family,” Miss St. Clair sustaining her favourite role of the dashing “Widow Delmaine,” and Mr. Barras as that of the redoubtable “Aminidab Sleek,” which in his hands is one of the most unctuous character impersonations on the stage. The performance will conclude with our “Country Cousin” with Miss St. Clair as Margery.
Daily Cleveland Herald, October 10, 1865