Benefit of Mr. Blake. "The Game of Life" and "Who Speaks First?", Saturday evening, April 25
Monday, November 17, 1856, Mr. Wallack will appear in his great original character in the celebrated drama of "Don Caesar de Bazan"
Mrs. John Wood and Mr. John Wood in "Shylock; or, The Merchant of Venice Preserved", Monday evening, July 27, 1857
Benefit of Mr. Moss, Treasurer. Two comedies never acted here, "Follies of a Night" and "Sweethearts and Wives", Saturday, April 18, 1863
Saturday, December 27, 1856, will be presented for the third time, a new petite comedy, entitled "The Rights and Wrongs of Woman"
This evening, Wednesday, September 18, will be acted the comedy of "The Love Chase"
Wednesday, November 5, 1856, Mr. Wallack will appear as Jacques in Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It"
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"
Monday evening, September 23, 1839, will be acted Shakespeare's play of "Richard III"
Mr. Wallack as Shylock in “The Merchant of Venice” and first night of a comedietta, “Love and Charity”, Thursday, April 24, 1856
Monday, March 9, 1863, benefit night of Miss Fanny Morant. Two pieces never acted here, "The Wonderful Woman" and "Blue & Cherry"
This evening, Monday, September 16, will be acted for the first time this season, the play of "The Love Chase"
The new five-act comedy called "Playing With Fire" written by John Brougham will be acted tonight and every evening until further notice
This evening, Tuesday, September 17, will be performed the comedy of "The Old English Gentleman"
Monday evening, August 17, will be performed the comedy in two acts, entitled "The Nervous Man and the Man of Nerve"
Tuesday evening, February 10, will be played, O’Keefe’s comedy in five acts, “Wild Oats; or, the Strolling Players”
Saturday evening, December 1, 1855, will be performed the tragedy in five acts, by the Rev. H. Milman, entitled "Fazio; or, The Italian Wife"
On Wednesday evening, April 27, 1853, will be performed for the last time, Shakespeare's sublime tragedy of "Othello, the Moor of Venice", with Mr. Forrest as Othello
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"
This evening, Saturday, September 14, will be performed the comedy of "The Old English Gentleman"