Richardson & FoosMonday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Richardson & FoosMonday, January 21, 1878, "Babes in the Wood; or, Who Killed Cock Robin?"
Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving EstablishmentThe last representation of Farnie's celebrated burlesque, in two acts, "Bluebeard", Saturday evening, August 25, 1877
Boston Job PrintM'lle Eme Roseau and Mr. Wm. Edouin will appear Monday, January 28, 1878, in "Babes in the Wood; or, Who Killed Cock Robin"
Richardson & FoosProgram for the week commencing January 25. The new and beautiful Irish sketch, entitled "The Skibbeeah"
Richardson & FoosMonday evening, December 20, 1875, will be presented the centennial sensation drama, by Tom H. Darlington, in four acts, entitled "1776; or, Valley Forge"
unknownSpecial matinee performance for the benefit of the family of the late George Holland, Thursday, January 19, 1871
Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving EstablishmentThanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 29, grand musical and dramatic festival, afternoon and evening, for the benefit of St. Cecilia's Church (Rev. H. Flattery, Pastor)
Cameron & Co., Printers (New York, N.Y.)For the week ending March 24, 1877, every night and Saturday matinee, the Kiralfy Brothers grand comic spectacular extravaganza, "A Trip to the Moon"
Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving EstablishmentProgram for the week commencing October 26, the evening's entertainment will commence with the laughable Negro farce, entitled "The Coopers"
unknown"The Fairy Spell; or, The Talisman of Fate", a new romantic operatic spectacle and drama in five acts, Wednesday evening, January 22, 1840
Clarry & ReillyWednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"
New York Herald Job OfficeFriday evening, August 17, 1860, will be presented the reminiscence of childhood's romance, "Cinderella; or, The Good Fairy and Little Glass Slipper"
unknownFor the benefit of the new Church of St. Agnes. Thursday, November 30, 1876, Thanksgiving night. Under the direction of Mr. A. M. Palmer
unknownThe new play, in five acts, "The Curfew", will be repeated on Wednesday evening, March 9
unknownThursday evening, November 3, the comedy by Fletcher adapted to the English stage by James Anderson, "The Elder Brother; or, Love Makes a Man"
unknownThe entirely new and decidedly original Christmas pantomime, "Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Good Fairy Preciosa and the Bad Demon Rustifusti"
Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving EstablishmentFriday evening, November 16, 1877, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy in five acts, "King Richard III; or, The Battle of Bosworth Field"
unknownVariety and "Camptown Dance", Wednesday evening, November 5