The Irish Lion

Event Information

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

Proprietor / Lessee:
Robert W. [American Theatre] Butler

Manager / Director:
John M. La Thorne

Ballet Director / Choreographer:
Paul Brilliant

Event Type:
Variety / Vaudeville

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
24 September 2013

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 22 March 1863, 7.
2)
Announcement: New York Herald, 23 March 1863, 5.
3)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 23 March 1863, 7.
4)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 24 March 1863, 7.
5)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 25 March 1863, 7.
6)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 26 March 1863, 7.
7)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 27 March 1863, 7.
8)
Announcement: New York Clipper, 28 March 1863, 395.
“Mlle. Bertha, the accomplished danseuse, was to appear on the 23rd.”
9)
Advertisement: New York Clipper, 28 March 1863, 400.
Performers, including Mlle. Louise. “The GREAT INSTITUTION OF THE AGE. / The only place of Amusement in America nightly presenting A STOCK COMPANY composed exclusively of STAR ARTISTS. Since the opening of this popular theatre, it has been the GREAT DESIDERATUM of intellectual amusement seekers. The only establishment presenting a performance combining all the best and most popular features of OPERA, / MINSTRELSY, / DRAMA, / BURLESQUE, / GYMANSTICS, &c., &c. . . . C.E. COLLINS, The World-renowned Comedian, Comic Vocalist, and Dacer. . . . MISS FANNY FORREST, Maerica’s favorite and best Vocalist. The queen of Song. . . . THE SCHULTZE SISTERS, The beautiful and popular Danseuses and vocalists. MISS FRANCES LE ROY, The exquisite Cantatrice and Danseuse. . . . J. WAMBOLD, the monarch of Banjoists.”
10)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 28 March 1863, 7.