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They represented desperate efforts to overcome an individual’s limited means of expression in order to communicate with a fellow 18 Irish Stereotypes in Vaudeville, 1865–1905 man. In front of an audience that shared similar experiences, laughing at the incompetent speaker was not an act of condescension. 40 This level of pathos, Kersten argues, could not have been achieved by the use of standard English. 41 In such cases, the use of dialect, and the comedy arising from it, served to make this criticism seem slightly less harsh.
However, in the case of Dutch (a byword for German during this period) dialect texts, Kersten notes that it is possible to discern a sympathetic treatment of their subjects: While the strained attempts at meaningful talk appeared hilariously funny with all their grammatical, phonetic and semantic blunders, they also contained a tragic element. They represented desperate efforts to overcome an individual’s limited means of expression in order to communicate with a fellow 18 Irish Stereotypes in Vaudeville, 1865–1905 man.
Hooley managed a number of minstrel companies and opened his own theatre at 201 Bowery in 1865 (in premises later to be taken over by Tony Pastor). Carroll Johnson was born in Carlingford in 1851, first appeared on stage around 1866, and performed in both black and white face. In the late 1880s he appeared on the “legitimate” stage in the Irish dramas The Gossoon and Irish Statesman. ” Sheet music for songs performed by Johnson suggest the ways in which the sentimental and romanticized portrayal of Irishness existed alongside the racist conventions of blackface.