"Blue Beard a la Turque-Francaise; or, The Good Fairy Triumphant Over the Demon of Discord"
First week of the season! Matinees at 2 1/2 Wednesday and Saturday
New York Circus. The champion rider, James Robinson, and his little son, Clarence
Tuesday evening, January 16, 1855, will be performed the grand opera and fairy spectacle of "Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper"
Col. Jos. Cushing's New York Circus. Monday evening, January 28, 1856
The entirely new and decidedly original Christmas pantomime, "Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Good Fairy Preciosa and the Bad Demon Rustifusti"
Saturday evening, March 31, 1866, second night in New York of a new comedy in two acts, "Woodcock's Little Game"
Thursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"
Monday evening, May 21, 1866, a new drama founded on the novel by Charles Dickens, by Mr. George Fawcett Rowe, who will appear as Wilkins Micawber, in "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Saturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Monday evening, January 15, 1866, "St. Marc; or, The Soldier of Fortune"
Monday, January 29, 1866, will be given for the second time in two years, Sheridan's sterling comedy of "The Rivals; or, A Trip to Bath"
Tuesday evening, March 5, 1839, will be produced Rossini's opera of "Cinderella; or, The Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper"
Tuesday, February 13, 1866, benefit of Mr. J. W. Wallack. First time this season, "The Iron Mask"
For the benefit of Mrs. Austin and her last appearance. Monday evening, March 7, 1831, will be performed the comic opera of "Cinderella; or, The Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper"
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"
Friday evening, December 6, 1839, the entertainments will commence with a grand desert descriptive scena, entitled "The Halt of the Arabs", portraying the customs of the Bedouin tribes
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"
Friday evening, August 17, 1860, will be presented the reminiscence of childhood's romance, "Cinderella; or, The Good Fairy and Little Glass Slipper"
Monday evening, October 9, 1865, Shakespeare's comedy in five acts, "As You Like It", with Miss Lucy Rushton as Rosalind