BOSTON THEATRE. - 8 P.M.; Matinee, Saturday at 2. To-night and to-morrow's matinee will be the last performance of the Ideal Opera Company in "The Prince of Palermo." The music of this piece is charming, the plot is very amusing, and both singing and acting are capital. On Monday, Daly's adaptation, "An Arabian Night, or Haroun Al Raschid and his Mother-in-Law," will be given for the first time in Boston.
BOSTON MUSEUM. - 7.45 P.M.; Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2. The season at the Museum closes on May 29, with the present engagement of Annie Pixley in "M'liss, the Child of the Sierras," - the story of a rather wild Western girl. Miss Pixley introduces several songs with good effect.
GAIETY THEATRE. - 8 P.M.; Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2. The rest of this week, Milton Nobles in "A Man of the People," a sensational piece which affords considerable scope for acting. Next week, the charming operettas, "Ages Ago" and "Charity begins at Home," which have been such an attraction at the Bijou Opera House in New York, are promised.
GLOBE THEATRE. - 8 P.M.; Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2. "Mother and Daughter," an adaptation of the usual type of French melodrama, will be given to-night and to-morrow. The plot turns upon the contest between the mother (Miss Prescott) and her step-daughter (Miss Wainwright) for the affections of Fernand, the former lover of the mother. Louis James acts the part of Fernand very well. Next week, Tony Pastor's new Burlesque Company. May 31, Birch and Backus' San Francisco Minstrels, for one week.
PARK THEATRE. - 8 P.M.; Matinee Saturday at 2. "French Flats" is very amusing as it is acted by the excellent Union Square Company. There can hardly be said to be any plot to the piece; it consists mainly of a rapid succession of unpleasant situations, in which M. Blondeau finds himself on the different floors of the hotel that he has bought, intending to let the floors which he does not occupy. Next week is the last of the engagement of this company.