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, December 29, will be produced, first time for many years, the Dickens’ drama in three acts, “Oliver Twist; or, The Workhouse Boy’s Progress”
Wednesday evening, May 30, 1866, first benefit of Mr. M. L. Sutton, treasurer, on which occasion will be presented the new romantic drama in four acts, "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Monday, June 8, 1874, engagement of Mr. J. H. Huntley and Mr. W. H. Langdon, in the new dramatic sensation in a prologue and four acts, by W. H. Langdon and P. M. Allison, entitled "Wrestling Joe"
[George M. Cohan as Parker and Olive Reeves-Smith as Miss Giles in "Pigeons and People".]
Mrs. Mowatt's benefit, "Man and Wife", Friday, October 2
Mrs. Hunt's Benefit, "The Trumpeter's Daughter", on Thursday evening, May 27, 1847
Benefit of Mr. I. N. Carr, the favorite pantomimist. Saturday evening, July 16, 1859, commencing with the beautiful drama of "The Flying Dutchman"
Benefit of Mr. John Brougham and his last night. Saturday, January 23, will be played the drama in three acts, by Planche, called "A Day of Reckoning"
Benefit of Mr. Blake. Last night for the comedy of "The Rivals". First night of the petite drama of "Grandfather Whitehead", Friday, November 25, 1853
Monday, August 26, 1878, Harrigan & Hart in Mr. Edward Harrigan's moral drama, "Old Lavender"
Monday, January 19, 1874, Mr. Oliver Doud Byron will appear in his great specialty drama of "Across the Continent"
For the benefit of Mr. T. D. Rice, the inimitable Jim Crow, and positively his last appearance, Saturday evening, September 25
Benefit of Mrs. D. P. Bowers in "Lady Audley's Secret", Friday, October 7, 1864 at Mrs. F. B. Conway's Park Theatre
Thursday evening, February 28, 1861, will be presented the celebrated drama in four parts, from the works of Dickens, entitled "Oliver Twist". Miss Cushman in her great character of Nancy Sikes
Monday, June 13, 1853, benefit of Mr. Wallack and last night of Shakespeare's comedy of "As You Like It" with Mr. Wallack as Jacques
Mr. J. H. Wallack's original American equestrian drama in six acts and eight tableaux, entitled "The Bandit King"
Portrait, Mr. B. Willing, Miss A. Blight, Miss E. Jay, M.T. Iselin.
For the benefit of Mr. Dyott, "Eugene Aram; or, Saint Robert's Cave", Tuesday, May 25, 1847
Benefit of Mr. E. Lamb. Douglas Jerrold's drama, "The Rent Day", to conclude with the side-splitting farce, "Wanted! A Thousand Milliners"