Thursday, April 16, 1874, every evening and Saturday matinee until further notice, will be presented Mr. Lester Wallack's celebrated military drama in six tableaux, entitled "The Veteran"
First appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871
Mr. Dion Boucicault, as "Conn, 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"
Saturday, November 14, 1874, first night of "The Shaughraun"
Engagement of Miss Agnes Robertson and Mr. Dion Boucicault in the new and original drama in three acts, "Jessie Brown; or, The Relief of Lucknow"
"The Tailor's Thimble." Mr. Boucicault, Mr. Gilbert and Miss Ione Burke in the "Shaughraun"
Dion Boucicault, as "Conn," The Shaughraun.
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"
Wednesday evening, December 11, 1872, "Our American Cousin"
[Dion Boucicault as Conn O'Kelly in "The Shaughraun".]
The eminent author and actor, Mr. Dion Boucicault, will appear as Shaun the Post in his charming drama in three acts, "Arrah-Na-Pogue"
This Friday evening, November 3, 1871, will be presented for the fifth time in many years, Mrs. Centlivre's admirable comedy, "The Busybody"
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"
Complimentary testimonial to Mr. W. R. Floyd, Monday evening, May 31, 1880 (Decoration Day)
A new comedy in three acts, written expressly for this theater by Dion Boucicault, entitled "Forbidden Fruit", every evening and Saturday matinee
Mr. H. J. Montague, as Capt. Molineux, and Miss Ada Dyas, as Claire Ffolliott, in the "Shaughraun."
A new and original comedy in three acts, entitled "Our Girls", every evening during the week ending November 15, 1879