Monday evening, April 12, 1847, will be revived the tragic play of "Pizarro; or, the Death of Rolla"
Fifth night of the engagement of Miss Ellen Tree, "Much Ado About Nothing", on Wednesday, April 5
Last night but two of the engagement of Miss E. Tree, "Much Ado About Nothing", on Tuesday evening, October 24
Last night but one of the engagement of Miss Ellen Tree. Wednesday evening, April 12, will be performed the comedy of "Much Ado About Nothing"
This evening, Tuesday, September 26, 1854, will be performed Shakespeare's great comedy of "Much Ado About Nothing"
Mr. Macready, first night of his farewell engagement, in "Hamlet", Monday evening, September 16, 1844
Last night but two of the last engagement of Mr. Kemble, and Miss Fanny Kemble this season. "Francis the First", Monday evening, June 3
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
Mrs. Seguin, Mr. Frazer and Mr. Seguin in "Le Brasseur de Preston", Monday evening, March 23
Mr. Anderson will appear in "The Robbers", Monday, May 10, 1847
Monday, November 17, 1856, Mr. Wallack will appear in his great original character in the celebrated drama of "Don Caesar de Bazan"
[Mrs. Fiske as Beatrice in "Much Ado About Nothing".]
Last night but one of Mr. Mathews' engagement. On Monday evening, November 18, will be presented the comedy of "The Road to Ruin"
Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler for the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Monday evening, June 27, the entertainments will commence with the second act of "La Tarentule"
For the benefit of Mr. Power. Wednesday evening, March 30, will be performed the comedy of "Etiquette Run Mad; or, A Wife For a Blunder"
["Much Ado About Nothing" theater still.]
"Beatrice" in Much Ado About Nothing
For the benefit of Mrs. Austin and her last appearance. Monday evening, March 7, 1831, will be performed the comic opera of "Cinderella; or, The Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper"
Benefit of Mrs. Fitzwilliam and her last appearance prior to her departure for Charleston. Friday evening, February 14, 1840, will be performed the drama of "The Heart of Midlothian"
For the benefit of Miss Clifton on which occasion Madame Lecomte will appear. On Friday evening, December 15, will be performed the tragedy of "Venice Preserved"