The Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement [electronic resource] : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent ... First appearance of Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, Miss Nellie Taylor! Aeso [sic], Miss Ella Ogden, the beautiful vocalist Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Take-it-and-leave, man! ... Imitations! by the great Billy Boyd ... Who stole them chickens ... 3 crows! ... To conclude with, and most positively the last week of the comic pantomime of Paul and Julia or Troubles in a kitchen. ... Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, $2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.
- Corporate Author:
- Bijou Music Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)
- Uniform Title:
- Playbill. 1864-01-04
- Additional Titles:
- First appearance of Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, Miss Nellie Taylor and Programme for this evening
- [Philadelphia, Pa.] : U.S. Steam Job Print, Ledger Buildings, 
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) ; 53 x 21 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Boyd, Billy, 1831-1869, Carson, Carrie, Enochs, Andrew, Enochs, Harry, Nosher, Joseph, Ogden, Ella, Smith, Helene (Dancer), Taylor, Nellie, Vance, Thomas, 1831 or 1832-1889, Williams, Dave, minstrel performer, Wright, Billy, McAllister, John A. (John Allister), 1822-1896, Bijou Minstrels, and United States Book and Job Printing Office (Philadelphia, Pa.)
- Nellie Taylor was advertised to appear at the Bijou Music Hall Jan. 4, 1864; Henry B. Enochs is listed in the Philadelphia directory for 1864 with a music hall at this address.
Other performers include: Carrie Carson, Harry Enochs, Helene Smith, Tom Vance, Dave Williams, and Billy Wright.
"Card.--The management takes pleasure in informing his patrons, and the public generally, that the Bijou is next door to the Arch St. Theatre, easy of access, and the only place in the city entitled to the name. Gentlemen visiting here will find none of the difficulties pertaining to second floor and basement establishments. Our latch-strings are always out, and no pitfalls around the threshold."
Originally part of a McAllister scrapbook.
Digitized by Alexander Street Press for Images of the American Civil War.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Philadelphia, Pa.: NewsBank, inc., 2014. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex Afro-Americana Imprints, 1535-1922: From the Library Company of Philadelphia subscribers.
- Reviewed/Cited In:
- Lib. Company. Afro-Americana, 2nd ed. Suppl. 200
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