On Saturday evening, April 26, 1856, will be presented the grand romantic and moral drama in five acts, "The Marble Heart"
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
This Friday evening, November 3, 1871, will be presented for the fifth time in many years, Mrs. Centlivre's admirable comedy, "The Busybody"
"Diane; or, Hands Not Hearts", Tuesday evening, May 13, 1856
Saturday, October 22, 1853, will be presented the elegant comedietta of "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
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"
For one night only, Miss Laura Keene and her splendid comedy company, on Wednesday evening, January 14, 1863, in Dion Boucicault's celebrated five-act comedy, "Old Heads and Young Hearts"
Tuesday evening, November 1, 1860, will be represented Shakespeare's "Henry VIII". 28th night of the engagement of Miss Cushman, who will appear in her great character of Cardinal Wolsey
Saturday evening, December 2, 1854, will be played the original and peculiar play in four acts, written by T. De Walden, Esq., expressly for Mr. Burton, “The Upper Ten and the Lower Twenty”
Monday evening, December 20, 1875, will be presented the centennial sensation drama, by Tom H. Darlington, in four acts, entitled "1776; or, Valley Forge"
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Monday evening, November 10, will be played Poole’s laughable comedy of “Paul Pry; or, I Hope I Don’t Intrude”
Monday evening, April 30, will be played the very popular play in three acts, called "David Copperfield"
Saturday evening, November 10, will be played Dickens’ celebrated drama in three acts of “David Copperfield”
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
Thursday evening, June 14, will be acted Buckstone's drama, entitled "The Lost Son; or, Luke the Labourer"
Saturday evening, October 25, 1856, will be represented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"
Tuesday evening, September 28, will be played Coleman's comedy in five acts, of "The Poor Gentleman"
Monday evening, May 17, will be played the celebrated drama in three acts, "David Copperfield"
Monday evening, May 22, 1865, will be presented the fascinating domestic drama in five acts, entitled "Fanchon the Cricket". Miss Maggie Mitchell in her exquisite life-like picture of Little Cricket