"Permeated by the passionate, vengeful Neapolitan spirit, despite a pleasing lack of half-intelligible broken English."
-- New York Times
New York, 1902. "Scene from Little Italy
showing Minnie Maddern Fiske on bed, Frederic De Belleville kneeling, Claus Bogel seated with head bowed, and group of people in doorway." Little Italy
, a "one-act tragedy of the East Side" by Horace Fry first performed in 1898, was revived on Broadway in 1902 for a 24-performance run at the Manhattan Theatre. Joseph Byron photo.
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