Monday, January 27, 1851, will be presented an English version, arranged by George Loder, of Auber's opera of "The Ambassadress; or, A Manager's Miseries"
Miss Julia Bennett's benefit. Tuesday evening, May 11, the entertainments will commence with the popular comedy in two acts, "The Follies of a Night"
Monday evening, January 26, 1852, the performances will commence with an overture by the orchestra. After which the successful comedietta of "The Two Bonnycastles"
Benefit of Mr. John Brougham and his last night. Saturday, January 23, will be played the drama in three acts, by Planche, called "A Day of Reckoning"
Benefit of Mr. Davidge. Friday evening, October 10, 1856, the performance will commence with the favorite play of "All Is Not Gold That Glitters"
Tuesday evening, November 11. Benefit of Mlle. Adelaide Rousset. Splendid bill! Two ballets selected from “La Giselle” and “Catarina; or, The Queen of the Bandits"
Great bill tonight for the benefit of Mr. Walcot. Friday, February 10, 1854, Poole's charming comedietta, "A Soldier's Courtship"
Saturday evening, February 8, the new comedy "Serve Him Right; or, The Rake Reformed"
Saturday, October 22, 1853, will be presented the elegant comedietta of "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
Monday evening, April 14, 1856, will be presented the comedy in two acts, entitled "The Scholar"
Saturday evening, May 16, 1857, the performance will commence with the first act of the drama of "Robert Macaire"
Continued and extraordinary success of Miss Cushman as La Tisbe in the new play, “The Actress of Padua”, Friday evening, October 2
Friday, December 18, 1857, Sheridan's comedy of "The Critic; or, A Tragedy Rehearsed" illustrated by the highest comic talent in the world. A cast that no other theater ever did or ever will equal
Broadway Theatre. This splendid establishment will opened with a carefully selected company on Monday evening, September 27. The entertainments will commence with "The School For Scandal"
Wednesday evening, July 2, 1856, the entertainments will commence with Shakespeare's tragedy of "Macbeth"
Wednesday evening, February 18, 1857, the performances will commence with, for the third time in New York, a local drama in three acts by J. B. Howe, entitled "Uncle Sam; or, The Maniac of the Tombs"
Benefit of Mr. Charles Mathews, who will appear in two popular characters. Tuesday, February 9, the celebrated comedy in three acts, "The Serious Family"
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
Friday evening, September 12, the great bill repeated! "Irish Lion", "Card Case" with the highly successful yacht race and, by desire, "The Tigers"
Thursday evening, September 25, 1856, the performances will commence with a new version of "Les Filles de Marbre", called "Marble Hearts", in four acts and a prologue