Bulls Head in the Bowery.
Bull's Head Tavern
[Old Bull's Head.]
Wednesday evening, May 13, 1857, a new hippodramatic spectacle in four acts, arranged and adapted by John Brougham, called "The Devil's Horse; or, The Curse of Ambition"
Friday evening, November 16, 1877, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy in five acts, "King Richard III; or, The Battle of Bosworth Field"
Thursday, January 24, 1828, will be performed Shakespeare's tragedy of "Richard III" with Mr. E. Forrest
Monday evening, June 8, 1857, the performance will commence, for the second time at this theater, the drama in one act, called "The Maid With the Milking Pail"
Saturday evening, June 6, 1857, the performance will commence with, for the first time in this theater, the drama in one act, called "The Maid With the Milking Pail"
Thursday evening, June 18, 1857, the performance will commence with the celebrated local drama in two acts, entitled "Linda, the Cigar Girl; or, Mose Among the Conspirators"
Tuesday evening, February 10, 1857, will be performed for the second time in New York, J. B. Howe's great drama in four acts, entitled "The British Slave; or, Seven Years of a Soldier's Life"
Thursday evening, June 25, 1857, the performance will commence with the play in five acts, entitled "Love's Sacrifice; or, The Rival Merchants", with Mrs. T. S. Hamblin as Margaret Elmore
Monday evening, May 25, 1857, the performance will commence with Bulwer's play in five acts, called "The Lady of Lyons"
Mr. F. S. Chanfrau, will appear as Mose in the successful drama of “Linda, the Cigar Girl; or, Mose Among the Conspirators”, Wednesday evening, June 10, 1857
Mr. Rice's benefit, and last night of his engagement. Monday evening, August 12, 1833, the grand spectacle in three acts, "Mazeppa; or, The Wild Horse of Ukraine"
Brougham’s Bowery Theatre. Incomparable bill! Stay away if you can. Thursday evening, October 9, 1856, “Dred; or, The Dismal Swamp” and “Po-ca-hon-tas; or, The Gentle Savage”
Bowery Theatre. The largest and most elegant variety theater in America will open on Monday evening, February 11, 1878
Saturday evening, October 25, 1856, will be represented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"
Thursday evening, September 25, 1856, the performances will commence with a new version of "Les Filles de Marbre", called "Marble Hearts", in four acts and a prologue
Wednesday evening, February 18, 1857, the performances will commence with, for the third time in New York, a local drama in three acts by J. B. Howe, entitled "Uncle Sam; or, The Maniac of the Tombs"
Monday evening, May 25, 1840, will be performed the celebrated Indian tragedy of "Metamora; or, The Last of the Wampanoags" with Mr. Forrest as Metamora