Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, September 25, 1869. Sixth Night of the Engagement of MR. Mr. Edwin Booth, Who will appear as Count Pescara, in the Apostate. Visitors are requested to remain seated till the close of the Play, as the noise occasioned by the impatient few, mars the pleasure of the more intellectual portion of the audience, that wish to witness the completion of the performance. Change of time. Saturday Evening, Sept. 25th, 1869, The Performance will commence at 1/4 to 8, o'clock, with Overture-"Fidelio" Beethoven, After which will be presented Richard Lalor Shiel's Tragedy, in Five Acts, of the Apostate, Count Pescara, Edwin Booth ... : To conclude with a new Domestic Drama, in Two Acts, by T. J. Williams, entitled the Peep-Show Man, Jack Trudget, the "Peep-Show Man," late Mate of the "Matchless Margaret," Chas. Walcot ...
- Philadelphia : [Publisher not identified] 1869.
1 sheet ( page) ; 22.8 x 14 cm
- Print Collection 8 ; v. 11 no. 38.