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[Theresa Helburn, Theatre Guild producer.]
[Emily Stevens and Theresa Maxwell Conover in "Today".]
[Theresa Maxwell Conover and Marie Wainwright in "Today".]
Hotel Theresa, Seventh Ave. & 125th Street.
[Theresa Merritt as Henrietta Pinkston and Lex Monson as Rev. Bradford Parham in "Trumpets of the Lord".]
Hotels, Hotel Theresa, 7th Avenue & 125th Street.
[Rouben Mamoulian, Oscar Hammerstein II, Theresa Helburn and Richard Rodgers at a rehearsal for "Carousel".]
[Teresa Maxwell Conover in "Today".]
[St. Theresa's Church, Rutgers Street.]
Introducing the peerless Morlacchi, Mlles. Cora Adriana and Antonina and grand ballet in the great and gorgeous spectacle in four acts, "The Black Crook"
[Saint Theresa Roman Catholic Church- Henry Street and Rutgers Place.]
Mildred K. Lebon and Theresa Powers, Checking In (Stage Door Canteen).
Busboy Will Saunders Checking in with Mildred K. Lebon and Theresa Powers (Stage Door Canteen).
Summer Cars [Empresa de C. de F. de St. Theresa streetcar.]
[Hotel Theresa, 7th Avenue and 124th Street, looking north.]
Monday, June 29, 1874, Hon. Wm. F. Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, in the new drama depicting the trials and tribulations of prairie life, "The Scouts of the Plains"
Grand revival by special request, Monday, October 12, 1874, the play in five acts by Augustin Daly, "Under the Gaslight"
Monday, September 14, 1874, every evening at 8, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2, a play in five acts by Augustin Daly, “Under the Gaslight”
Monday, June 22, 1874, first appearance of the young actor, Mr. J. R. Grismer, in the new and sensational drama from Dr. Mason Turner's great story, entitled "The Skeleton Hand"
Monday evening, December 7, one week only of the celebrated character actor, Mr. Dominick Murray
Monday, December 28, 1874. Immense attraction for the New Year holidays. Every evening and Wednesday and Saturday matinees, Dion Boucicault's great local drama, "After Dark"
Monday, October 19, 1874, every evening (except Saturday), and Saturday matinee, will be presented C. W. Tayleure's great moral drama in five acts of "East Lynne; or, The Elopement"
[Charles Busch as Virgin Sacrifice/Madeleine Asarte and Theresa Marlowe as Renee Vein/Tracy in "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom".]
[Inez Matthews as St. Theresa I and Edward Matthews as St. Ignatius in "Four Saints in Three Acts".]
Monday, January 26, 1874, the performance will commence with the renowned specialty artists, the South American wonders, the Feely Brothers, the finest trapeze performers in the world
[Rehearsal for "Juarez and Maximilian".]
Monday, April 21, 1873, the eminent and popular artist, Mr. Dominick Murray, who will appear for the second week in the sensational local drama, "Escaped From Sing-Sing"
Monday, November 10, 1873, the young and sterling actress, Miss Louise Hawthorne, in the grand and beautiful picture of life in New York and California, "Four Christmas Nights"
Monday evening, April 27, 1874, benefit of the beautiful and gifted artiste, Miss Gussie De Forrest, on which occasion she will appear as Pauline in the celebrated drama, "The Lady of Lyons"
Monday, February 10, 1873, third week of the great American actor, Mr. F. S. Chanfrau, who will appear in De Walden's celebrated original comedy in five acts, "Sam"
Monday, April 14, 1873, the eminent Irish comedian and character actor, Mr. Dominick Murray, in the local drama, "The Gambler's Crime; or, The Murder on the Hudson"
The celebrated actor and pantomimist, Mr. Hernandez Foster, in the sensational nautical drama from Frank Leslie's Weekly, "Jack Harkaway: Afloat and Ashore" on Monday, January 25, 1875
Monday, May 5, 1873, the celebrated pantomimist and actor Mr. Hernandez Foster in his characterization of Monday, in the nautical drama from Frank Leslie's Weekly, "Jack Harkaway: Afloat and Ashore"
Monday, October 26, last week of the eminent artiste, Lucille Western, supported by Mr. W. H. Whalley, in C. W. Tayleure's great moral drama in five acts, "East Lynne; or, The Elopement"
Monday, October 5, 1874, first production here of Mr. Augustin Daly's thrilling and sensational local drama of New York life and steamboat perils, entitled "A Flash of Lightning"
Monday, August 10, 1874, production of C. H. Morton's new local sensation drama in five acts, entitled "Poor & Proud of New York"
Monday, August 24, 1874, will be produced H. J. Byron's beautiful play in a prologue and four acts, entitled "The Lancashire Lass"
Monday, July 27, 1874, "The Streets of New York"
Monday, August 18, 1873, last week of the engagement of Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Albaugh, who will appear in a sensation founded on Bret Harte's poem, entitled "Poverty Flat; or, California in '49"
Engagement of Mr. Dominick Murray, who will appear in the new romantic drama in four acts by Chas. Osborne, entitled "Willy Reilly and His Dear Coleen: A Tale of Ireland's Troubled Days"
Positively last week of the brilliant engagement of the renowned pantomimist and actress, Miss Marietta Ravel, who will appear in the following celebrated dramas
Monday, April 28, 1873, Mr. Dominick Murray will appear in the romantic drama in three acts by Charles Osborne, entitled "Blood Money"
Monday, May 18, 1874, for one week only! Engagement of Mr. Louis Aldrich who will appear in the new sensational drama in five acts by Mrs. Lafitte Johnson, entitled "Justice"
Friday evening, May 28, a new grand historical ballet in three acts and seven tableaux, composed by Domenico Ronzani, "Theresa; or, The Orphan of Geneva"
[Inez Matthews as St. Theresa I, Rawn Spearman as St. Chavez and Edward Matthews as St. Ignatius in "Four Saints in Three Acts".]
Monday, February 24, 1873, the popular American actor, Mr. Oliver Doud Byron, will appear in his great sensational play, "Across the Continent; or, Scenes From New York Life and the Pacific R.R."
Monday, November 10, 1873, the young and sterling actress, Miss Louise Hawthorne, in the grand and beautiful picture of life in New York and California, entitled "Four Christmas Nights"
Monday, January 19, 1874, Mr. Oliver Doud Byron will appear in his great specialty drama of "Across the Continent"
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