Theatre Comique

Event Information

Venue(s):
Theatre Comique [514 Broadway]

Event Type:
Minstrel, Variety / Vaudeville

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
7 April 2016

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

28 Oct 1867, Evening
29 Oct 1867, Evening
30 Oct 1867, Evening
31 Oct 1867, Evening
01 Nov 1867, Evening
02 Nov 1867, Evening
02 Nov 1867, 2:30 PM

Performers and/or Works Performed

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 28 October 1867.
2)
Review: New York Herald, 31 October 1867, 3.

“This cosey little theatre is well deserving of the fashionable, and what adds material weight to the pleasant fact, profitable patronage which it is receiving. The managers seem to be untiring in their exercises to please and find that their efforts have not been fruitless. The delineations of negro character form, of course, a dark and laughable feature of the nightly entertainments, while the Excise Commissioners, presided over by Commissioner Haction, continue to revoke licenses in the most outrageous manner. It should be remembered that the Fusiyami troupe of Japanese perform their astonishing feats every night.” 

3)
Announcement: New York Clipper, 02 November 1867, 238.

Says Richard Davis is from London.

4)
Review: New York Clipper, 09 November 1867, 246.

“He [Charley Dobson] was well received, and as a banjoist is one of the best. The manner in which Mr. Dobson was received every evening last week, proves what a favorite he is with the public, and the name of the Dobson Brothers has long since become identified with the banjo.”