4 edition of [Theatre programmes] found in the catalog.
Title devised by Library staff.Printed inventory card file arranged alphabetically by title available in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division Reading Room: item level control.LC copy: Source unknown 67. Spine with title wanting, uniformly bound with other volumes. Some programs have duplicates.In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).
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|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|Theater programs and playbills: On Probation (1893) For Money (1892) Claudiean (1886) Harvest (1886) The American Minister (1892) The Middleman (1892) Judah (1892) Diplomacy (1892) John Needhams Double (1892) The Hunchback (1892) Dollars and Sense (1892) A Test Case (1892) The Rose (1892) That Lawyers Fee (1892) A Double Lesson (1892) The Taming of the Shrew (1893) Twelfth Night (1893) The Foresters (1892) After Business Hours (1886) Love in Tandem (1892) Shore Acres (1894) Panjandrum (1893) The Lady or the Tiger (1892) Country Circus (1892) Aladdin, Jr. (1895) Dr. Syntax (1894) Tabasco (1894) Wang (1892) The Lion Tamer (1892) Utopia, Limited (1894) Little Jack Sheppard (1886) Theodora (1886) Munczi Lajos and his Hungarian Orchestra (1892) History of the Silk (1892) The Black Crook (1892).|
Bound volume collection of theater programs for performances at venues including the Star Theatre, Wallacks Theatre, Dalys Theatre, Broadway Theatre, Bijou Opera House, Nirlos Garden Theatre, Eden Musée and the Academy of Music in New York. Includes programs for performances by Wm. H. Crane, Wilson Barrett, Miss Eastlake, Mr. E.S. Willard, Rose Coghlan, Charles Coghlan, Ada Rehan, Rosina Vokes, Felix Morris, James Hackett, John Drew, May Irwin, James A. Herne, De Wolf Hopper, American Extravaganza Company, Thomas Q. Seabrooke, DOyly Cartes Opera Company, Nat. C. Goodwin, Miles & Bartons Bijou Burlesque Company, Lilian Olcott, Munczi Lajos, Buatier de Kolta and others. Includes programs for performances of plays and entertainments written by Brander Matthews, George H. Jessop, Henry Herman, W.G. Wills, Henry Hamilton, Paul M. Potter, Henry Arthur Jones, Victorien Sardou, Joseph Hatton, Sheridan Knowles, LArronge, Augustin Daly, Oscar Blumenthal, Gustav Kadelburg, Minnie Maddern-Fiske, H. Beerbohm Tree, B.C. Stephenson, William Shakespeare, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Henri Bocage, Charles de Courcy, Nathaniel Berry, J. Cheever Goodwin, Woolson Morse, Sydney Rosenfeld, Julius J. Lyons, Charles Barnard, R.A. Barnet, Geo. W. Chadwick, Jules Preval, Albert de Saint-Albin, Richard Stahl, John Philip Sousa, W.S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan, William Yardley, B.C. Stephenson, Charles Barras. File Size: 6MB.
Amphibian Stage in Fort Worth, in the midst of its annual comedy and theater festival, was the first to announce a closing last Thursday. 28 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410 Fourth Ave.
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I have tried [Theatre programmes] best as I can to proof the site but I gave up in the end otherwise it would never go live! Shubert Theatre in New York City What types of events do old playbills commemorate? " I am told that my colleague Michael Billington, bless him, archives the lot — every single one. Train in a wide variety of performing arts, from dance to theater tech.
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