Tony Pastor’s Opera House

Event Information

Tony Pastor's Opera House

Event Type:
Variety / Vaudeville

Record Information


Last Updated:
19 February 2016

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

25 Mar 1867, Evening
26 Mar 1867, Evening
27 Mar 1867, Evening
27 Mar 1867, 2:30 PM
28 Mar 1867, Evening
29 Mar 1867, Evening
30 Mar 1867, Evening
30 Mar 1867, 2:30 PM

Performers and/or Works Performed

aka Grndf's whitehead
Participants:  Tony Pastor


Advertisement: New York Herald, 24 March 1867.

“A new ballet DIANA AND ACTEON. Tony Pastor in New Local Lyrics.”

Review: New York Herald, 27 March 1867.

“Amusements. Tony Pastor’s Opera House. The varied and attractive programme offered to the pleasure seeking public at this popular place of amusement continued nightly to attract full houses. After the usual complement of negro eccentricities, comic melodies, ballet and clog dancing and acrobatic feats, a new scenic historical drama, the Scotch Hero, was presented, with appropriate scenery and costumes. An exhibition of Hindoo sports, given by Mr. Armstrong, was received with great applause.”

Advertisement: New York Herald, 28 March 1867.

Pastor song titles. “Diana & Acteon. VICTIMS, HARD TIMES, a choice double bill by the troupe.”

Announcement: New York Clipper, 30 March 1867, 406.
Advertisement: New York Clipper, 30 March 1867, 407.

“Business is splendid at this house.”

Review: New York Herald, 31 March 1867.

“Amusements. The Matinees Yesterday.” Just a mention in a list of matinees.

Review: New York Clipper, 06 April 1867, 414.

“Sam Collyer closed his engagement at this establishment last week, and has gone to Buffalo rejoicing. His engagement in this city was a successful one, both for the manager and himself.”