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 Casino Girl – The Holloway Press – Friday 10th January 1902

CROUCH END OPERA HOUSE.

 

“The Casino Girl” has paid its first visit to Crouch End, and has been received with every sign of approval. There is no particular plot “The Casino Girl,” but it serves as an excellent medium for the occasion of some delightful dancing, tuneful songs, and merry humour. The chief humour of the piece lies with Mr. Max Copland, who, as Pilsener Pasha, is extremely fanny. Mr. Eardley Turner, as J. Offenbach Gaggs, was encored again and again in his song “Nothing New.” Messrs. Stanley White and Walter Freear created roars of laughter by their antics as two robbers. Miss Isa Bowman was a delightful “Casino Girl” and sang and danced in a most charming manner, while Miss Gabrielle Ray as Dolly Twinkle won the hearts of all by her graceful presence and pretty dancing. The rest of the company were in good hands.

The Holloway Press – Friday 10th January 1902

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