Miss Fanny Herring in two pieces, assisted by the popular favorite Mr. E. Lamb. "Ireland As It Was" and "Sketches in India"
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
Mr. Daly has pleasure in introducing Mr. Edwin Booth. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, November 8th to 12th, "Richard II". Shakespeare's great tragic play. Mr. Edwin Booth as King Richard
Monday, June 13, 1853, benefit of Mr. Wallack and last night of Shakespeare's comedy of "As You Like It" with Mr. Wallack as Jacques
Radford Hall, Friday, December 11, 1874. The Forresters - Mrs. N. C. Forrester in her great impersonation of six entirely distinct characters. "Satan in Paris; or, The Mysterious Stranger"
Benefit of Miss Celia Iferd (Mrs. Hen Mason). "The Milliners"
Continued and extraordinary success of Miss Cushman as La Tisbe in the new play, “The Actress of Padua”, Friday evening, October 2
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"
Miss Agnes Robertson and Mr. Dion Boucicault in "Victor and Hortense", Wednesday, August 27, 1856
Tuesday, October 3, tenth night of the new and original drama by Tom Taylor, Esq., entitled "The Serf"
Second night of Miss Matilda Heron as Bianca in "Fazio", Friday evening, April 3
Thursday evening, September 4, 1856, the performances will commence with Sheridan's great play of "Pizarro; or, The Death of Rolla" in which Mr. J. E. Macdonough will make his first appearance
Monday, November 17, 1856, Mr. Wallack will appear in his great original character in the celebrated drama of "Don Caesar de Bazan"
"Our American Cousin" and "Poor Pillicody", Thursday evening, June 11, 1868
Mr. Hackett as Falstaff and Miss Fanny Morant as Mrs. Ford in "The Merry Wives of Windsor", Wednesday, August 29
Monday evening, January 26, 1852, the performances will commence with an overture by the orchestra. After which the successful comedietta of "The Two Bonnycastles"
Saturday evening, October 8, 1864, thirtieth consecutive night of Tom Taylor's best comedy in three acts, "Victims"
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
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
Monday evening, October 1, 1860, seventh representation of Shakespeare’s tragedy of “Hamlet”, with Mr. Forrest as Hamlet, Prince of Denmark