Wednesday evening, November 14, "Romeo and Juliet". 39th night of the engagement of Miss Cushman, when she will appear in her great character of Romeo with Mrs. Bowers as Juliet
Tuesday evening, November 1, 1860, will be represented Shakespeare's "Henry VIII". 28th night of the engagement of Miss Cushman, who will appear in her great character of Cardinal Wolsey
Thursday evening, February 28, 1861, will be presented the celebrated drama in four parts, from the works of Dickens, entitled "Oliver Twist". Miss Cushman in her great character of Nancy Sikes
Thursday evening, March 7, 1861, will be presented "Oliver Twist", commencing with the second act, which will embrace the whole of Miss Cushman's great impersonation of Nancy Sikes
Friday, October 16, 1857, the celebrated musical drama "Guy Mannering; or, The Gipsy's Prophecy" with Miss Cushman as Meg Merrilies
Monday evening, and every evening until further notice, will be performed C. M. Walcott's extravaganza of "Hi-A-Wa-Tha; or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Waters"
[Mrs. D. W. Waller as Meg Merrilies in "Guy Mannering".]
Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne will play a farewell engagement prior to her departure for Europe, commencing Tuesday, June 5, 1860, when she will appear in Bulwer's great play of "The Lady of Lyons"
Thursday evening, January 2, 1851, will be played the new American play, written by G. H. Boker, called "The Betrothal"
Friday, October 30, 1857, Shakespeare's play in five acts, of "Romeo and Juliet". Miss Cushman will sustain her popular character of Romeo
Miss Fanny Herring in two pieces, assisted by the popular favorite Mr. E. Lamb. "Ireland As It Was" and "Sketches in India"
Saturday evening, September 12, 1863, will be performed for the 11th time in this city, an entirely new drama in four acts by John Brougham, "The Mystery of Audley Court"
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Mr. Collins, the eminent Irish comedian and vocalist, in “Paul Clifford”, Monday evening, February 2, 1852
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”
Continued and extraordinary success of Miss Cushman as La Tisbe in the new play, “The Actress of Padua”, Friday evening, October 2
Opening of the fall season. Tuesday evening, September 2, 1856, the performance will commence with Sheridan's famous comedy of "The School for Scandal"
Thursday, September 9, Mrs. Charles Gore's celebrated comedy in two acts, "King O'Neil; or, The Boys of the Irish Brigade"
Saturday evening, November 18, twelfth night of the great American actress, Miss Julia Dean, on which occasion she will appear for the last time as Isabella Falcone in “Tortesa the Usurer”
Monday, March 12, 1877, first appearance of the distinguished artiste, Miss Kate Claxton, in her original character of Louise, the blind girl in the greatest success of the age, "The Two Orphans"