American Theatre

Event Information

Venue(s):
Butler's American Theatre [444 Bdway--before 3/66]

Event Type:
Variety / Vaudeville

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
18 September 2013

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

09 Mar 1863, Evening
10 Mar 1863, Evening
11 Mar 1863, Evening
12 Mar 1863, Evening
13 Mar 1863, Evening
14 Mar 1863, Matinee
14 Mar 1863, Evening

Program Details

Paul Brilliant, choreographer.
Charles E. Collins [WED-SAT only.] - First U.S. appearance.
T.L. Donnelly and Frances LeRoy - First appearance.

Performers and/or Works Performed

2)
aka Brion O'Linn
Participants:  Thomas Grattan Riggs (role: Father O'Toole);  Mlle. [dancer] Louise (role: Mrs. O'Linn);  Thomas L. Donnelly (role: Brion O'Linn);  George [vocal/banjo] Warren (role: Darby McCabe);  A. (Miss) [American Theatre] Howard (role: Bridget Delaney);  Frances LeRoy (role: Sheelah McCabe);  Millie Flora (role: Norah McShane);  James F. Wambold (role: Captain Fitzsimmons);  Tommy Gettings (role: Billy McShane)

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 01 March 1863, 7.
2)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 03 March 1863, 7.
Very small ads for upcoming performers – Leroy, Connelly, Schultz Sisters.
3)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 05 March 1863, 7.
Very small ads.
4)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 06 March 1863, 7.
Very small ads.
5)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 09 March 1863, 7.
6)
Announcement: New York Herald, 09 March 1863, 8.
7)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 10 March 1863, 7.
8)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 11 March 1863, 7.
Collins is from “THE CRYSTAL PALACE, Birmingham . . . ENGLAND . . . His FIRST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA Will take place THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING.”
9)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 12 March 1863, 7.
10)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 13 March 1863, 7.
11)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 14 March 1863, 7.