Friday evening, November 16, 1877, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy in five acts, "King Richard III; or, The Battle of Bosworth Field"
This Saturday afternoon, May 22 at 11-2, "Wild Oats" matinee with Mr. Edwin Adams and Miss Fanny Morant. Last nights of "Othello" and last week but one of the engagement of Mr. Edwin Booth
Miss Neilson will appear on Thursday and Saturday evenings, April 23 and 25, 1874, and Saturday matinee at 1:30, in her charming realization of Rosalind in Shakespeare's comedy of "As You Like It"
Dion Boucicault will appear on Friday evening, March 27, 1874 as Myles Na Coppaleen in his drama in three acts, "The Colleen Bawn; or, The Brides of Garryowen"
Engagement with the American tragedian, Mr. John McCullough, who will sustain his great role of Spartacus in Dr. Bird's classical tragedy, "The Gladiator", Saturday evening, May 8, 1874
Wednesday, May 5, 1869, will be superbly presented Shakespeare's last work, "The Tempest"
The week commencing Monday, October 7, John F. Poole's new drama, entitled "Eva; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Monday, January 24. Grand banner week. A great comic play, "Dinkle and McGinty's Racket"
Engagement of Miss Bateman, who will on this Wednesday evening, October 6, 1869, and every evening except Saturday, appear in her celebrated and original character of "Leah" in the drama of that name
Every evening during the week ending January 3, 1880, also, Saturday matinee at 1:30, "She Stoops to Conquer"
Julia Dean, appearing on Monday and Tuesday evenings, July 22 & 23, 1867, in the excellent play of "The Woman in White"
Monday, March 11, 1878, Harrigan and Hart will appear in Edward Harrigan's great hit of the season, "Sullivan's Christmas"
Monday, May 31, 1869, second week of the grand heroic and historic drama in five acts and seven tableaux, entitled "Patrie", by Victorien Sardou
The American play at last! "The Danites; or, Heart of the Sierras" written by Mr. Joaquin Miller, the popular and gifted poet
The week commencing Monday, November 3. Mr. Josh Hart's world-renowned creation, "Chicago Before the Fire, During the Fire and After the Fire"
Monday evening, April 20, 1868, will be acted the magnificent play in five acts, of "Jack Cade; or, The Rebels of Kent"
During the week ending May 4, 1878, will be presented a new play in four acts, entitled "Diplomacy"
The new play in four acts, "Diplomacy", Monday, June 11, 1878, and every evening during the week, also Saturday matinee
Monday evening, December 24, 1877, Rose and Harry Watkins in "The Pioneer Patriot; or, New York One Hundred Years Ago"
Aberle's Tivoli Theatre. Week commencing Monday, February 5. Mr. Wm. H. Rightmire and his trained pony, Little Nell, in the drama "The Boss; or, Living for Vengeance"