RISLEY respectfully informs the citizens of Washington that he has now completed his arrangements for the
family circle at…25 cents,
Other parts of the house…50 “
Orchestra seats…75 “
RISLEY’S VARIETE, (Late Iron Hall,)
Re-engagement, for a few nights, of the accomplished and versatile actress and vocalist, MRS. CHARLES HOWARD, who will appear to-morrow evening, MONDAY, November 28, 1853, in a new and admirable comedy, called THE QUEEN’S HUSBAND.
Don Manuel (the Queen’s husband)…Mr. Charles Howard.
Donna Francesca…Mrs. Chas. Howard.
And a highly laughable piece, called THE PET OF PETTICOATS.
Paul (the pet)…Mrs. Chas. Howard.
In the course of the evening Mrs. CHAS. HOWARD will sing numerous favorite songs.
N.B.—Most positively no ladies admitted unless accompanied by gentlemen, or personally known to the managers.
Doors open at quarter past 6; curtain will rise at quarter past 7. Private boxes and seats can be secured daily, from 10 until 4 o’clock, upon application at the ticket office, where a box book is kept for that purpose, and a plan of the Saloon can also be seen. Price of admission, 50 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents; tickets admitting a gentleman and two ladies, $1.
The Daily Union (Washington, DC) November 27, 1853