Monday, January 21, 1878, "Babes in the Wood; or, Who Killed Cock Robin?"
The performance will commence with the laughable side-splitting pantomime of "The Four Lovers"
Monday evening, February 5, 1866, the performance will commence with, for the first time in America, the new comedy in two acts, "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 29, grand musical and dramatic festival, afternoon and evening, for the benefit of St. Cecilia's Church (Rev. H. Flattery, Pastor)
[Bump & Knock Em railroad hitting overstuffed donkey.]
To commence with the comic pantomime in one act by Mons. Neuville, "The Skeleton"
"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
Saturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"
[Overstuffed donkey on Bump & Knock Em railroad tracks.]
Mr. G. L. Fox as Clown in his entirely new and original spectacular ballet pantomime, "Humpty Dumpty"
[Florence Johns as Mame Walsh in "Love 'em and Leave 'em".]
[William Gaxton and Victor Moore in "Keep 'em Laughing".]
[William Atherton as Richard and Howard E. Rollins Jr. as Henry in "Passing Game".]
[Dorothy Donnelly in "The Bargain".]
Wednesday evening, July 16, will be performed for the first time in this city “La Juive” (“The Jewess”), a grand opera in five acts with words by Scribe and music by Halevy
[Anthony Quayle as Andrew Wyke and Donal Donnelly as Milo Tindle in "Sleuth".]
[Donal Donnelly as Milo Tindle and Anthony Quayle as Andrew Wyke in "Sleuth".]
[Arnold Daly as Eugene Marchbanks and Dorothy Donnelly in the title role of "Candida".]