Friday evening, November 6, 1874, Mr. Lester Wallack's and Mr. Pierrepont Edwards' adaptation from Octave Feuillet's great drama, "The Romance of a Poor Young Man"
Wednesday evening, December 11, 1872, "Our American Cousin"
First appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871
A new comedy in three acts, written expressly for this theater by Dion Boucicault, entitled "Forbidden Fruit", every evening and Saturday matinee
Complimentary testimonial to Mr. W. R. Floyd, Monday evening, May 31, 1880 (Decoration Day)
A new and original comedy in three acts, entitled "Our Girls", every evening during the week ending November 15, 1879
"Our Girls", every evening during the week ending November 15, 1879
This Friday evening, November 3, 1871, will be presented for the fifth time in many years, Mrs. Centlivre's admirable comedy, "The Busybody"
Saturday, November 14, 1874, first night of "The Shaughraun"
Every evening during the week ending February 14, 1880, also Saturday matinee, Mr. Dion Boucicault will appear in his original play, illustrative of Irish life and character, "The Shaughraun"
The new five-act comedy called "Playing With Fire" written by John Brougham will be acted tonight and every evening until further notice
Re-opening! Engagement for a limited period of the distinguished English comedian, Mr. J. L. Toole, who will make his first appearance in America on Monday evening, August 17, 1874
Thursday evening, September 17, 1874, will be presented the serio-comic drama in three acts, written expressly for Mr. Toole by H. J. Byron, entitled "Dearer Than Life"
Every evening during the week ending January 3, 1880, also, Saturday matinee at 1:30, "She Stoops to Conquer"
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Every evening at 8 and Saturday matinee at 1:30 for the week ending December 8, 1877, Frank Marshall's charming comedy-drama, "False Shame"
Grand complimentary testimonial to Mr. Dan Bryant, Thursday evening, May 19, 1864. The performance will commence with the beautiful little drama in one act, of "The Old Guard"
Saturday, December 27, 1856, will be presented for the third time, a new petite comedy, entitled "The Rights and Wrongs of Woman"
Saturday evening, February 15, 1873, the popular comedy in three acts, entitled "David Garrick"
Thursday evening, February 12, 1863, and every night until further notice, the drama in five acts (from the German of Mosenthal), "Leah, the Forsaken"