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[Charles Fisher as Baptista in "The Taming of the Shrew".]

[Charles Fisher as Baptista in "The Taming of the Shrew".]


["The School for Scandal" theater still.]

["The School for Scandal" theater still.]

Left to right: Charles Fisher, Fanny Davenport, George Clarke and Louis James.

Benefit of Mrs. Clara Jennings, never acted here, in the original three-act drama by Palgrave Simpson, "Second Love", Wednesday, March 21, 1866

Benefit of Mrs. Clara Jennings, never acted here, in the original three-act drama by Palgrave Simpson, "Second Love", Wednesday, March 21, 1866

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr....

Benefit for James Lewis, on which occasion he will offer a combination comedy bill, "Charity" and "Weak Woman", Saturday night, May 20, 1876

Benefit for James Lewis, on which occasion he will offer a combination comedy bill, "Charity" and "Weak Woman", Saturday night, May 20, 1876

Positively no repetition of this bill. "Pique" every night (except Saturday) and Saturday matinee.

Friday, October 16, 1857, the celebrated musical drama "Guy Mannering; or, The Gipsy's Prophecy" with Miss Cushman as Meg Merrilies

Friday, October 16, 1857, the celebrated musical drama "Guy Mannering; or, The Gipsy's Prophecy" with Miss Cushman as Meg Merrilies

Bishop's celebrated overture to "Guy Mannering" will precede the play. During the evening, the bouquet...

Monday evening, October 1, 1860, seventh representation of Shakespeare’s tragedy of “Hamlet”, with Mr. Forrest as Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

Monday evening, October 1, 1860, seventh representation of Shakespeare’s tragedy of “Hamlet”, with Mr. Forrest as Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

Third week of Mr. Edwin Forrest, the American tragedian. Previous to the tragedy, a Shakespearean overture...

Second night of the new national historical drama, “The Birth of Freedom”, to be followed by an attractive olio of singing and dancing, and the drama “Robber’s Wife”, Saturday evening, July 5, 1856

Second night of the new national historical drama, “The Birth of Freedom”, to be followed by an attractive olio of singing and dancing, and the drama “Robber’s Wife”, Saturday evening, July 5, 1856

Prices of admission: Boxes, 25 cents. Pit, 12 ½ cents. Gallery, 12 ½ cents. Orchestra stalls, 50 cents....

Friday afternoon and evening, July 4, will be presented the new patriotic drama, "The Birth of Freedom"

Friday afternoon and evening, July 4, will be presented the new patriotic drama, "The Birth of Freedom"

Prices of admission: Boxes, 25 cents. Pit, 12 ½ cents. Gallery, 12 ½ cents. Orchestra stalls, 50 cents....

Benefit of Mr. Moss, Treasurer. Two comedies never acted here, "Follies of a Night" and "Sweethearts and Wives", Saturday, April 18, 1863

Benefit of Mr. Moss, Treasurer. Two comedies never acted here, "Follies of a Night" and "Sweethearts and Wives", Saturday, April 18, 1863

The orchestra under the direction of Mr. Robert Stoepel, will perform a grand opera selection, with solos...

"A Bachelor of Arts", the popular comedy, never acted here, will be given on Monday, December 1, 1862

"A Bachelor of Arts", the popular comedy, never acted here, will be given on Monday, December 1, 1862

During the evening the orchestra under the direction of Mr. Robert Stoepel, will perform "Bertha Mazurka",...

Engagement of Edwin Booth, the distinguished young American tragedian, who will appear this evening, Wednesday, April 7, as “Hamlet”

Engagement of Edwin Booth, the distinguished young American tragedian, who will appear this evening, Wednesday, April 7, as “Hamlet”

Mrs. Hudson Kirby, the Boston favorite, will make her third appearance in New York, in the character...

Mr. Hackett for one night only in his world-renowned character of Sir John Falstaff in Shakespeare’s play of “King Henry IV, Part I”, Friday, May 7, 1858

Mr. Hackett for one night only in his world-renowned character of Sir John Falstaff in Shakespeare’s play of “King Henry IV, Part I”, Friday, May 7, 1858

To conclude with the farce of “The Obstinate Family”. Tomorrow, last night of the present season. Messrs....

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