<< Back to 'directory' archive

St. Clair, Sallie


WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Miss Sallie St. Clair and Mr. Charles Barras.—These two artists, who came to this city unheralded, are creating quite a sensation among our amusement loving community. Miss St. Clair is essentially a very talented actress, and is nightly gaining in popularity; while the acting of Mr. Barras as Vertigo Morbid, is the perfection of art, and should be seen by everybody. To-night the performance consists of the fine drama of the “Belle of the Faubourg,” in which Miss St. Clair will appear as “Madeline,” and Mr. Adams as Bertranco,” and Mr. Barras will repeat for the fourth time, his great personation of the “Hypochondriac.” To-morrow, Friday, benefit of Miss Sallie St. Clair.

North American and United States Gazette, December 6, 1860

Article PDF, col. 1, full