[New York]: Printing House of Nesbitt & Co. 1873.  pages. 8 1/8 x 6 3/4 inches. Thin paper, printed on a single sheet and then folded. Interior folds out into a full width program. Previously folded as if for mailing. Thin paper (not watermarked). The printing company is what would be page [four] at the bottom. Significantly creased and worn. Very Good. 
The Printing House of Nesbitt & Co is likely George E. Nesbitt & Co. who published in New York in this time period. A very inexpensive printing production.
This may very well have been a traveling show of some sort. There are no examples of this specific "show" in OCLC/Worldcat, but two other examples, one with similar title for performance in Melrose, MA, the other in Philadelphia.