FORD’S NEW THEATRE,
TENTH STREET, ABOVE PENNA. AVENUE
BENEFIT AND LAST APPEARANCE
MISS LAURA KEENE,
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, APRIL 14, 1865
When she will appear as
In her celebrated Comedy of
From the original manuscript by Tom Taylor, as played at
LAURA KEENE’S THEATRE, NEW YORK,
For upwards of
THREE HUNDRED NIGHTS
She will be supported by
J. C. McCOLLUM, JOHN DYOTT, HARRY HAWK,
And the Entire Company.
TO-MORROW, BENEFIT OF MISS GEANNIE GOURLAY,
When will be presented the Great Drama, Illustrative of
Southern Life, Southern Scenes and Southern Homes.
The popular young Tragadian, EDWIN ADAMS, is engaged for Twelve Nights only, and will appear on MONDAY, April 17th.
– Published in the Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, D. C., Friday, April 14, 1865, p. 1