Gabrielle Ray

'Gabrielle Ray said, 'I am always dancing; I love it! When I don't dance, I sing. What else is there to do?'

Gabrielle Ray – The Dollar Princess – Bristol Times and Mirror – Monday 26th September 1910


There was a great rush for seats at Daly’s Theatre on Saturday night for the first anniversary of “The Dollar Princess.” After her success in “The Merry Widow” it seems difficult for Miss Lily Elsie to score another triumph but she has done so, and the celebration was marked by a souvenir and signed portraits of all the chief artists brine presented to every one in the house. Miss Gabrielle Ray, Miss Elisabeth Firth, Mr. Joseph Coyne, Mr. Michaelis, and Mr. Berry all had an enthusiastic welcome. There are some fresh topical numbers for Mr. Berry, including a hit at Mr. Lloyd George, and the dancers and songs are now recognised favourites, but have kept their freshness all the same. Not the least reason for that is the brilliant was in which this musical comedy is produced with Mr. George Edwardes at his best.


Bristol Times and Mirror – Monday 26th September 1910

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