ELLSLER’S ATHENEUM. –Quite a full house greeted the second representation of the “French Spy” last night. Miss Sallie St. Clair appeared in her different characters in that drama, and also as Nan in the farce, with that facility and power of transforming herself into the personality she represents, which have made her so great a favorite with the public. The entertainment last-night was throughout a decided success.
To-night one of the finest bills of the season will be offered at the Atheneum. The exciting drama of “Aurora Floyd,” founded on the novel of that name, by Miss Braddon, will be performed—Miss St. Clair personating Aurora. The comedietta of “Our Country Cousin” will follow—Miss St. Clair appearing Margery. In both the drama and farce, the other characters are so cast as to give assurance of a splendid representation of both.
John Ellsler, —Manager.
Jas. Dickson, —Stage Manager.
- Busch, —Treasurer.
Great triumph of the Queen of the Drama Miss Sallie St. Clair, Houses crowded from Parquette to Dome! First night of the Great Sensational Drama of AURORA FLOYD. Miss St. Clair in the two splendid pieces! Supported by the full Star Company.
Thursday evening, Feb. 4, 1864, will be presented the New and Powerful Drama of AURORA FLOYD, founded in Miss Braddon’s famous novel of that name.
Aurora Floyd…Miss Sallie St. Clair.
To conclude with the roaring Comedietta called OUR COUNTRY COUSIN.
Margery…Miss Sallie St. Clair
Daily Ohio Statesman February 4, 1864