Last night of the season. Benefit of Mr. Macready and last appearance. Mr. Macready as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice", Wednesday, October 25
On Wednesday evening, April 27, 1853, will be performed for the last time, Shakespeare's sublime tragedy of "Othello, the Moor of Venice", with Mr. Forrest as Othello
The eminent actor, Lawrence Barrett, as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice"
For the benefit of Mr. Forrest, who will on this occasion appear in the celebrated character of Othello, Thursday evening, May 3, 1849, in “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice”
Thursday evening, December 22, will be performed, for this night only, the Irish comedy in two acts, of "Born To Good Luck; or, An Irishman's Fortune"
Benefit of Madame Marietta Alboni who will appear in her great character of Cenerentola on Tuesday evening, January 25, 1853, in “La Cenerentola; or, The Triumph of Goodness”
Monday evening, June 2, will be presented for the first time, Bulwer's beautiful five-act play, entitled "Money"
Grand complimentary benefit to McKean Buchanan, "The Widow's Victim", Monday evening, July 12
Miss Emma Stanley's benefit will take place this Thursday evening, July 24, on which occasion she will appear in "The Seven Ages of Woman"
[E. H. Sothern as Shylock and Julia Marlowe as Portia in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Maxine Elliott as Portia and Nat C. Goodwin as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Carol Gustafson as Portia and Boris Tumarin as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Morris Carnovsky as Shylock and Katharine Hepburn as Portia in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Julia Marlowe as Portia and E. H. Sothern as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Ethel Barrymore as Portia and Walter Hampden as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice".]
[Sidney Herbert as Shylock and Viola Allen as Portia in "The Merchant of Venice".]
Mrs. John Wood and Mr. John Wood in "Shylock; or, The Merchant of Venice Preserved", Monday evening, July 27, 1857
J. Grau's French Opera Bouffe Company. Wednesday, February 24, 1869, at 7 3/4, "Genevieve de Brabant".
Second week of the brilliantly successful engagement of the American tragedian, Mr. E. L. Davenport. Monday evening, September 6, 1875, Shakespeare's sublime tragedy in five acts, "Macbeth"
For the benefit of Mr. T. D. Rice, the inimitable Jim Crow, and positively his last appearance, Saturday evening, September 25