Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. Saturday evening, April 12, the evening's entertainments will commence with the petite comedy entitled "The Crown Prince; or, The Buckle of Brilliants"
Monday evening, January 26, 1852, the performances will commence with an overture by the orchestra. After which the successful comedietta of "The Two Bonnycastles"
Monday evening, April 14, 1856, will be presented the comedy in two acts, entitled "The Scholar"
Tuesday evening, November 11. Benefit of Mlle. Adelaide Rousset. Splendid bill! Two ballets selected from “La Giselle” and “Catarina; or, The Queen of the Bandits"
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
Benefit of Mr. Charles Mathews, who will appear in two popular characters. Tuesday, February 9, the celebrated comedy in three acts, "The Serious Family"
Benefit of the widow of the late Wallace T. Vaughan. The comedy in two acts of "The Dowager", Saturday, December 8, 1855
Saturday, October 22, 1853, will be presented the elegant comedietta of "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. First night in America of a new farce by J. R. Planche, "Hold Your Tongue", Monday evening, December 24, 1849
Great bill tonight for the benefit of Mr. Walcot. Friday, February 10, 1854, Poole's charming comedietta, "A Soldier's Courtship"
Benefit of Mr. Burton. Saturday, January 30, the comedy in five acts, "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. Benefit of Mr. H. Marks, leader of the orchestra. Wednesday evening, April 9, the performance will commence with the popular opera in three acts, "The Marriage of Figaro"
Monday, November 17, 1856, Mr. Wallack will appear in his great original character in the celebrated drama of "Don Caesar de Bazan"
Thursday evening, April 3, the performance will commence with Brougham’s version of “David Copperfield”, with Brougham as Wilkins Micawber
Saturday, June 11, 1853, for the sixth time, Shakespeare’s play of “As You Like It”
Purdy's National Theatre. 18th night of the wonderful pantomime of "Asphodel". Saturday evening, February 2, 1856. The entertainments will commence with the favorite comedy of "The Muleteer of Toledo"
Saturday evening, October 8, 1864, thirtieth consecutive night of Tom Taylor's best comedy in three acts, "Victims"
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. On Monday evening, December 27, 1841, the entertainments to commence with the musical comedy called "The Two Figaros"
Tuesday evening, October 14, second night of the celebrated Rousset family, who will appear in their popular ballet divertissement, “Un Jour de Carnival”
Tuesday, May 25, 1852, benefit of the wonderful Caroline Rousset. The performance to commence with the vaudeville of "The Sentinel"