Selwyn's Theatre (1867–1870) of Boston, Massachusetts, was established by British-born actor John H. Selwyn. Architect B.F. Dwight designed the building. Personnel included Dexter H. Follet, Arthur Cheney, H.A. M'Glenen, Charles R. Thorne Jr., and Charles Koppitz. In 1871 Selwyn's was renamed the "Globe Theatre."
- J. Palgrave Simpson's "Dreams of Delusion"
- William Brough's "The Field of the Cloth of Gold"
- T.W. Robertson's "School"
- Watts Phillips' "Maud's Peril"
- F.C. Burnand and Montagu Williams' "Easy Shaving"
- Pelham Hardwicke's "Bachelor of Arts"
- Falconer's "A Wife Well Won"
- Birch, Wambold, Bernard & Backus San Francisco Minstrels
- "Midsummer Night's Dream," with Morlacchi Ballet Troupe
- Boston Directory. 1868
- WorldCat. Selwyn, John H. 1836-1873
- John H. Selwyn (nee John Josephs), born in Hereford, England in 1836. Came to U.S. in 1854. Worked as an actor at Boston Theatre, as scenic artist at Niblo's Garden, New York; as manager of Olympic theatre in New York, New-Orleans Olympic theatre, and Chestnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. ("Obituary: John H. Selwyn, Actor." New York Times, February 5, 1873
- Benjamin Franklin Dwight (d.1893). American Architect and Building News, Oct. 14, 1893
- Richard Herndon and Edwin Bacon, eds. (1892), Boston of to-day: a glance at its history and characteristics. With biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men, Boston: Post Pub. Co., OCLC 4430662
- The history of the Boston Theatre, 1854-1901, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1908, OCLC 1384867
- American Broadsides and Ephemera, Series 1
- Justin Winsor, ed. (1881), The Memorial History of Boston, v.4, Boston: Ticknor and Company, OCLC 1838124
- Henry Austin Clapp (1902), Reminiscences of a dramatic critic, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, OCLC 331260
- Arthur Hornblow (1919), A history of the theatre in America from its beginnings to the present time, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, OCLC 1805152
- King, Donald C. (2005), The theatres of Boston, Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co., ISBN 0-7864-1910-5, 0786419105
- Boston Public Library. Selwyn Theatre: The cast of "Black Eyed Susan", ca.1868
- Bostonian Society. Photo of Essex Street, ca. 1870-90, showing an entrance to Selwyn's Theater on ground floor of Chauncy Hall School
- Boston Athenaeum. Theater History: Selwyn's Theatre (1867-1870), 364 Washington Street.