Monday evening, October 2, 1865, will be produced (never acted) a drama of intense interest, entitled "Lolah" in three tableaux, written expressly for Miss Lucy Rushton
Monday evening, February 5, 1866, the performance will commence with, for the first time in America, the new comedy in two acts, "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Monday evening, May 21, 1866, a new drama founded on the novel by Charles Dickens, by Mr. George Fawcett Rowe, who will appear as Wilkins Micawber, in "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Wednesday evening, May 30, 1866, first benefit of Mr. M. L. Sutton, treasurer, on which occasion will be presented the new romantic drama in four acts, "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Saturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Thursday evening, December 23, 1847, the evening's entertainment will commence with a new comic drama by J. R. Planche, entitled "Pride of the Market"
Thursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"
Thursday evening, June 14, will be acted Buckstone's drama, entitled "The Lost Son; or, Luke the Labourer"
Saturday evening, November 10, will be played Dickens’ celebrated drama in three acts of “David Copperfield”
Saturday evening, September 12, 1863, will be performed for the 11th time in this city, an entirely new drama in four acts by John Brougham, "The Mystery of Audley Court"
Tonight, Thursday, March 29, 1860, will be presented for the first time an entirely new Irish drama in three acts written by Dion Boucicault, "The Colleen Bawn; or, The Brides of Garryowen"
Wednesday evening, November 2, will be played Shakespeare's comedy in five acts, of "Twelfth Night; or, What You Will"
Wednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"
On Saturday evening, April 26, 1856, will be presented the grand romantic and moral drama in five acts, "The Marble Heart"
Extraordinary attractions! For the benefit of Mme. Celeste. Friday evening, June 11, 1852, will be performed the celebrated drama, entitled "The Wizard Skiff; or, The Tongueless Pirate Boy"
Saturday evening, October 25, 1856, will be represented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"
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, February 28, 1861, will be presented the celebrated drama in four parts, from the works of Dickens, entitled "Oliver Twist". Miss Cushman in her great character of Nancy Sikes
Saturday evening, March 31, 1866, second night in New York of a new comedy in two acts, "Woodcock's Little Game"
Saturday evening, September 19, 1857, will be presented a new comedy, adapted by Mr. Charles Mathews, entitled "Married For Money"