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[J. H. Stoddart as Lachlan, Reuben Fax as Pasty and Katherine Wilkins as Flora  in "The Bonnie Brier Bush".]

[J. H. Stoddart as Lachlan, Reuben Fax as Pasty and Katherine Wilkins as Flora in "The Bonnie Brier Bush".]


Monday evening, and every evening until further notice, will be performed C. M. Walcott's extravaganza of "Hi-A-Wa-Tha; or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Waters"

Monday evening, and every evening until further notice, will be performed C. M. Walcott's extravaganza of "Hi-A-Wa-Tha; or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Waters"

Brilliant success of the popular favorites, Mrs. John Wood and Mr. J. Jefferson. Revival of Charles M....

Wednesday evening, February 3, 1864, the performances will commence with the new original comedy in two acts, "A Bull in a China Shop"

Wednesday evening, February 3, 1864, the performances will commence with the new original comedy in two acts, "A Bull in a China Shop"

Immense success. Mr. Frank Drew as Mazeppa and Mrs. John Wood as Olinska, the Pearl of Poland. The orchestra...

Monday evening, October 9, 1865, Shakespeare's comedy in five acts, "As You Like It", with Miss Lucy Rushton as Rosalind

Monday evening, October 9, 1865, Shakespeare's comedy in five acts, "As You Like It", with Miss Lucy Rushton as Rosalind

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. The orchestra will perform the following...

Wednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"

Wednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. Great success of the magnificent fairy...

Saturday evening, March 31, 1866, second night in New York of a new comedy in two acts, "Woodcock's Little Game"

Saturday evening, March 31, 1866, second night in New York of a new comedy in two acts, "Woodcock's Little Game"

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. Last night of the fairy burlesque extravaganza...

First appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871

First appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871

Act 5, scene 3, "The Conservatory at Rosedale" arranged and ornamented for "The Rifle Ball" by J. Hillyard....

Monday evening, February 5, 1866, the performance will commence with, for the first time in America, the new comedy in two acts, "Who Killed Cock Robin"

Monday evening, February 5, 1866, the performance will commence with, for the first time in America, the new comedy in two acts, "Who Killed Cock Robin"

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. The orchestra will perform the following...

Thursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"

Thursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. The orchestra will perform the following...

Saturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"

Saturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"

This establishment does not advertise in the New York Herald. Benefit of the favorite and eminent actor,...

Friday evening, February 27, 1863, a new version (compiled by Charles M. Walcot) of Planche's celebrated fairy extravaganza, "The Fair One With the Golden Locks"

Friday evening, February 27, 1863, a new version (compiled by Charles M. Walcot) of Planche's celebrated fairy extravaganza, "The Fair One With the Golden Locks"

Eighth week of the highly successful engagement of Mrs. John Wood, queen of comedy and song. Mrs. John...

Monday and Tuesday evenings, January 26 and 27, 1663 [1863], the operatic drama in three acts, "The Pet of the Petticoats"

Monday and Tuesday evenings, January 26 and 27, 1663 [1863], the operatic drama in three acts, "The Pet of the Petticoats"

Fourth week of the engagement of Mrs. John Wood, queen of comedy and song. In the course of the evening,...

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