Northern Star about Charlotte Cushman, June 28, 1845

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Northern Star about Charlotte Cushman, June 28, 1845

Source

The Northern Star

Date

1845-06-28

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THE PRINCESS'S THEATRE.The manager of this, "the prettiest theatre in London," deserves well of the English public for introducing to them Miss Cushman, the American actress. She is by far the best female performer on the stage. Devoid of rant-possessing little of mere stage +++with a face and voice calculated to tell against her rather than in her favour, she has the rare art of delineating passion and feeling in such truthful manner that the audience are irresistably carried away with her efforts, and hail her with enthusiastic demonstrations of applause. Those who have seen her Mrs. Haller will never forget it; nor will the remembrance of her Meg Merrilies be spreadily effaced from the mind. It was, we are bold to say, the only impersonation of Scott's Meg ever witnessedThere was the figure, the features; the powerful and almost masculine mind, with its +++ aberrations, but +++ with absorbing interest in the fortunes of +++ +++ indeed it was Meg Merrilies herself: her that hold the Gipsy tribe in awe;

Provenance

Northern Star (1837-1852), 28th June 1845, Edition 1 of 3, Page 8, Untitled Article
https://ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ns/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1321/page/8/articles/ar00810/

Location

Leeds, UK

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53.7974185

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-1.5437941

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“Northern Star about Charlotte Cushman, June 28, 1845,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed February 3, 2023, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/477.

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