Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. Saturday evening, April 12, the evening's entertainments will commence with the petite comedy entitled "The Crown Prince; or, The Buckle of Brilliants"
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. On Saturday evening, February 26, 1842, the entertainments will commence with the celebrated farce called "Young Widow"
Fourth night of the musical burletta, "Cupid", Thursday evening, November 18, 1841
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. First night in America of a new farce by J. R. Planche, "Hold Your Tongue", Monday evening, December 24, 1849
Thanksgiving Day. The celebrated drama, "Don Caesar de Bazan" with Mr. Holland as Jacques Strop, Thursday evening, December 12
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. On Monday evening, December 27, 1841, the entertainments to commence with the musical comedy called "The Two Figaros"
"Devil in Paris", Tuesday, April 8
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"
Mitchell's Olympic Theatre. Benefit of Mr. H. Marks, leader of the orchestra. Wednesday evening, April 9, the performance will commence with the popular opera in three acts, "The Marriage of Figaro"
Olympic Theatre will open for the third season on Monday, September 13, 1841
Saturday evening, February 8, the new comedy "Serve Him Right; or, The Rake Reformed"
American Concert Hall. 444 Broadway. The largest and best conducted place of amusement in the city. Continued success. A perfect avalanche of novelties!
Grand opening night, Monday evening, October 4, during the week and Saturday matinee
"William Tell; or, The Hero of Switzerland", "The Robber's Wife", "Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London" and "Paddy Miles' Boy", Saturday evening, June 20
"Deaf as a Post", "Mr. Burton's Adventures in Russia" and "The Wandering Minstrel; or, Mirth and Music", Saturday evening, August 25, 1855
First week of the great pantomime, "Volovante"
"Coopers", "Obeying Orders", "Clodoche", "All Nations", "When I Say Take It, Don't Take It!", "Lost At Long Branch" and "Work; Or, the Irish Policeman"
Thursday evening, January 31, 1856, the entertainments will commence with BulwerÕs play of ÒThe Lady of Lyons; or, Love and PrideÓ
Christy's Minstrels, Friday evening, February 10, 1854
Continued and extraordinary success of Miss Cushman as La Tisbe in the new play, “The Actress of Padua”, Friday evening, October 2