First appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871
Wednesday evening, December 11, 1872, "Our American Cousin"
Benefit of Mr. Moss, Treasurer. Two comedies never acted here, "Follies of a Night" and "Sweethearts and Wives", Saturday, April 18, 1863
Monday, March 9, 1863, benefit night of Miss Fanny Morant. Two pieces never acted here, "The Wonderful Woman" and "Blue & Cherry"
Wednesday, October 19, 1853, John Brougham's new drama of "Bleak House", adapted from Charles Dickens' popular novel of that name
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
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"
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Tuesday, April 19, 1853, the play in five acts, "Civilization"
Tuesday, October 3, tenth night of the new and original drama by Tom Taylor, Esq., entitled "The Serf"
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"
Wednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"
The American play at last! "The Danites; or, Heart of the Sierras" written by Mr. Joaquin Miller, the popular and gifted poet
Monday, January 29, 1866, will be given for the second time in two years, Sheridan's sterling comedy of "The Rivals; or, A Trip to Bath"
Great bill tonight for the benefit of Mr. Walcot. Friday, February 10, 1854, Poole's charming comedietta, "A Soldier's Courtship"
Benefit of Mr. Blake. Last night for the comedy of "The Rivals". First night of the petite drama of "Grandfather Whitehead", Friday, November 25, 1853
A new and original comedy in three acts, entitled "Our Girls", every evening during the week ending November 15, 1879
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
"Our Girls", every evening during the week ending November 15, 1879
Monday evening, April 19, will be played Goldsmith's comedy in five acts, "She Stoops to Conquer; or, The Mistakes of a Night", with the original comic song "The Three Jolly Pigeons"