Incomparable bill! Look at it and stay away if you can. Wednesday evening, October 8, 1856, the performances will commence with an adaptation of "Dred; or, The Dismal Swamp" in three acts
Benefit of Mr. Davidge. Friday evening, October 10, 1856, the performance will commence with the favorite play of "All Is Not Gold That Glitters"
“The Pirates of the Mississippi” and “Po-ca-hon-tas; or, The Gentle Savage”, Friday evening, August 8, 1856
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
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
Brougham's Bowery Theatre. Sun burst of the legitimate. Tuesday evening, October 21, 1856, the performances will commence with Kotzebue's great play of "The Stranger"
Opening of the fall season. Tuesday evening, September 2, 1856, the performance will commence with Sheridan's famous comedy of "The School for Scandal"
Saturday evening, October 25, 1856, will be represented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"
Brougham's Bowery Theatre. Monday evening, September 15, 1856, the performances will commence with "Life in New York; or, Tom and Jerry On a Visit"
Monday evening, November 24, 1856, will be presented the new and extraordinary romantic legendary drama, entitled "The Dice of Death; or, The Spectral Avenger"
Friday evening, February 20, 1857, will be performed for the fifth time a local drama in three acts by J. B. Howe, entitled "Uncle Sam; or, The Manic of the Tombs"
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"
Wednesday evening, February 11, 1857, the performance will commence with "The Magic Harp of Altenberg; or, The Wife's Avenger"
Monday evening, May 25, 1840, will be performed the celebrated Indian tragedy of "Metamora; or, The Last of the Wampanoags" with Mr. Forrest as Metamora
Tuesday evening, February 10, 1857, will be performed for the second time in New York, J. B. Howe's great drama in four acts, entitled "The British Slave; or, Seven Years of a Soldier's Life"
Tuesday evening, July 22, 1856, second night of the new and intensely exciting romantic melodrama of "The Pirates of the Mississippi"
Wednesday evening, July 2, 1856, the entertainments will commence with Shakespeare's tragedy of "Macbeth"
Two glorious performances for Christmas! First appearance for many years of Mr. Wm. Wheatley, manager of the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, and one of the most distinguished actors of the day
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"
Second night of the new national historical drama, “The Birth of Freedom”, to be followed by an attractive olio of singing and dancing, and the drama “Robber’s Wife”, Saturday evening, July 5, 1856