7 FEBRUARY 1846, Page 11

Mr. Macready's performances at the Princess's are no longer limited

to Shakspere. He played Richelieu on Monday, and is, we believe, to appear in Virginias, and perhaps other popular parts. These representations are deficient in that completeness of the ensemble which makes the legitimate drama at Sadler's Wells so successful; and attention is almost confined to the principal actor. People crowd to see blacroady rather than the play.