Friday evening, April 13, 1849, will be performed the grand operatic spectacle in three acts, entitled "The Enchantress"
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”
Friday evening, August 30, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy of "King Lear"
Saturday evening, December 1, 1855, will be performed the tragedy in five acts, by the Rev. H. Milman, entitled "Fazio; or, The Italian Wife"
Extraordinary attractions! For the benefit of Mme. Celeste. Friday evening, June 11, 1852, will be performed the celebrated drama, entitled "The Wizard Skiff; or, The Tongueless Pirate Boy"
Saturday evening, August 24, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Othello"
Tuesday evening, June 3, will be performed for the first time, an original comedy in five acts, by Douglas Jerrold, entitled "Time Works Wonders"
Tuesday evening, February 10, will be played, O’Keefe’s comedy in five acts, “Wild Oats; or, the Strolling Players”
Thursday, January 24, 1828, will be performed Shakespeare's tragedy of "Richard III" with Mr. E. Forrest
This evening, Wednesday, September 18, will be acted the comedy of "The Love Chase"
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"
Tuesday evening, August 27, will be presented Shakespeare's play of "Hamlet"
Saturday evening, October 11, will be produced for the fifth time, an original five-act comedy called “Nature’s Nobleman”, written expressly for this theater
Monday evening, October 12, will be performed for the first time on any stage, a play in five acts, entitled "The Wife's Secret"
Tuesday, October 1, 1839, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Hamlet"
Monday evening, April 14, 1856, will be presented the comedy in two acts, entitled "The Scholar"
Monday evening, August 17, will be performed the comedy in two acts, entitled "The Nervous Man and the Man of Nerve"
Last night but one of the engagement of Miss Ellen Tree. Wednesday evening, April 12, will be performed the comedy of "Much Ado About Nothing"
The new five-act comedy called "Playing With Fire" written by John Brougham will be acted tonight and every evening until further notice
Thursday evening, February 5, 1857, will be performed for the first time in New York, an entirely new and elegant ballet, "Rose and Papillon", composed and produced by Mlle. Yrca Mathias