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    • Hennepin Junior Orpheum Circuit

    • Vaudeville; Motion picture plays; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors
    • The Hennepin billed as the northwest’s largest and finest place of amusement. Program for the week of May 21, 1922 showcased Gladys Buckridge, Billy Casey and the Trado Twins in “Ornamental Song Bits”. Additional acts included Shriner &...
    • Orpheum Circuit News and Program

    • Vaudeville; Opera houses; Music halls; Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Theater program listed Vaudeville acts for the Orpheum Theatre. Acts included: the Orpheum Orchestra that performed music of John Philip Sousa who was a member of the LIGHTS club, a spectacular novelty in two acts with Princess Kalama in “Echoes...
    • Princess Theatre

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Theater program for a musical farce comedy in two acts called "Oh Johnny." The book and music were by James Stanley Royce and lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan. The play is from the story "Johnny Walker" and the adaptation rights were secured by Freeport...
    • Calderone 2 (formerly the Rivoli Theatre)

    • Calderone theaters; Motion picture theaters; Theatres--New York (State)--Long Island; Rivoli Theatre (Hempstead, N.Y.); Calderone 2 (Hempstead, N.Y.); Theater architecture--United States
    • Exterior front and side view of the Calderone 2 (formerly the Rivoli Theatre).
    • Freeport Theatre, Freeport, L.I., N.Y.

    • Freeport Theatre--Freeport (N.Y.); Motion picture theaters; Theaters
    • Colorized postcard of the Freeport Theatre located on Sunrise Highway at Henry Street. Century Theaters ran this theater as well as the Grove Theatre on Merrick Road. In 1922, the Freeport Theater Corporation, headed by Col. Robert Rasmussen,...
    • Theater-in-the-Round Newspaper Announcement, ca. 1955

    • Hunter's Town Dock Theater--Port Washington (N.Y.); Port Washington (N.Y.)--Social life and customs; Waterfront activities--Port Washington (N.Y.); Theater-in-the-round; Arena theater;
    • Housed in a former boathouse owned by A & R Marshall Marine, Hunter's Town Dock Theater was founded by local Port Washington actors Philip and Ruth Hunter.
    • Geo. M. Cohan's Grand Opera House

    • Opera houses; Music halls; Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Program for comedic play in four acts written by George M. Cohan and produced by Cohan and Harris called "Broadway Jones." Performances by M. J. Sullivan, George J. Cohan, George Parsons, Ada Gilman, William Walcott, Russell Pincus, Jack Klendon,...
    • B. F. Keith's Palace Theatre

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Program for a Vaudeville music and comedy acts including Joe Laurie, Jr., Charles Morey, Charles Senna and Lew Lee, Herman and Shirley, Mille. Diane, Jan Rubini, "Bee" Palmer, Joe Browning, Kitty Doner, Moss and Frye, Lunette Sisters, and Irving...
    • Blanch Moulton

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Bulletin No. 5, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company in a four act dramatic play by Hall Caine called “The Christian” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Hamlin, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Hyman, Miss Mueller, Mr....
    • Frank Sylvester

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Bulletin No. 4, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company performing a play in four acts by Charles Klein called “The Third Degree” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Noa, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Hyman, Miss Fowler, Mr. Barbier,...
    • Edwards Theater, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Theaters; People; Men; Women; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: This building, formerly a garage, was known for many years as "Edwards Theater." It stood on the West side of Main Street, just West of the present walkway to the Reutershan parking lot, opposite the Bank of New York. The...
    • Brenda Fowler

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Bulletin No. 3, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company performing a play in four acts by Winchell Smith called “Bobby Burnit” and produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Hamlin, Miss Mueller, Mr. Donlan, Mr. Barbier, Mr....
    • George Barbier

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Bulletin No. 6, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company in a three act comedic play by Augustus Thomas called “On the Quiet” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Miss Horne, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Noa, Mr. Hayden, Miss Fowler, Mr....
    • LIGHTS will shine brighter than ever

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors; Musicians
    • Theater program advertising a “Monster Vaudeville Show” benefit with over 40 famous stars. All proceeds of show will go to The LIGHTS to maintain the home in Freeport, Long Island and for the welfare of its members. Those scheduled to appears...
    • LIGHTS will shine brighter than ever

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors; Musicians
    • Theater program advertising a “Monster Vaudeville Show” benefit with over 40 famous stars. All proceeds of show will go to The LIGHTS to maintain the home in Freeport, Long Island and for the welfare of its members. Those scheduled to appears...
    • Palace Music Hall

    • Music halls; Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Program for the Winter Garden Company that presented a musical revue in two acts and eleven scenes called “Maid in America.” The revue was staged by J. C. Huffman with music by Sigmund Romberg and Harry Carroll. The cast included Katheryn...
    • Robert Hyman

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians;
    • Bulletin No. 2, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company performing a play in four acts by Frances Hodgson Burnett called “The Dawn of a Tomorrow” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Hamlin, Mr. Donlan, Mr. Hayden, Mr....
    • Main Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; theaters; business enterprises
    • Old Fulton Theater on east side of Main Street, just north of Fulton Avenue. Famous for vaudeville plays and silent films. Sign on building reads: "On this site will be erected a modern vaudeville and motion picture theater seating 500."
    • Much Ado About Nothing

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Much Ado About Nothing.
    • Scene from “Much Ado About Nothing.” Left to right: Patricia Buttice, Edward Lynch.
    • Julius Caesar

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Julius Caesar.
    • Scene from “Julius Caesar.” Left to right: E. Weiss, D. Wesson, C. Mackin, P. Birnbaum, H. Julich, D. Slote, B. Schoppe, H. Bird, R. Clanton, R. Hesson, W. Richardson, W.D. Hull II.
    • Henry IV

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry IV.
    • Scene from “Henry IV.”
    • Twelfth Night

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Twelfth Night.
    • Scene from “Twelfth Night.”
    • Macbeth

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth.
    • Scene from “Macbeth.” Left to right: Ian Keith, Theresa Sapinski.
    • Merry Wives of Windsor

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Merry Wives of Windsor.
    • Scene from “The Merry Wives of Windsor.” Left to right: Joel Oliansky, Robert Ronan.
    • Othello

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Othello.
    • Scene from “Othello.”
    • Richard III

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Richard III.
    • Scene from “Richard III.” Left to right: Jock Livingston, Edward Lynch.
    • As You Like It

    • Calkins Gymnasium; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. As You Like It.
    • Scene from “As You Like It.” Left to right: Emmline DeNitto, Edward Lynch, Ellen Weston.
    • Hamlet

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Hamlet.
    • Scene from “Hamlet.” Left to right: William Hutt, Ellen Weston.
    • Love's Labour's Lost

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Love’s Labour’s Lost.
    • Scene from “Love’s Labour’s Lost.” Third from left: Madeline Kahn.
    • Romeo and Juliet

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Romeo and Juliet.
    • Scene from “Romeo and Juliet.” Left to right: Nancy Fell, Ronald Colby.
    • Midsummer Night's Dream

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Midsummer Night’s Dream.
    • Scene from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
    • Tempest

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Tempest.
    • Scene from “The Tempest”. Fourth from left: Charles Ludlam (mariner). Use of modern set in this production.
    • Macbeth

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth.
    • Scene from “Macbeth.” Use of modern set in this production.
    • Julius Caesar

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Julius Caesar.
    • Scene from “Julius Caesar.”
    • Taming of the Shrew

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Taming of the Shrew.
    • Scene from “The Taming of the Shrew.”
    • Twelfth Night

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Twelfth Night.
    • Scene from “Twelfth Night.” Left to right: Richard Bell, Gene Scandur.
    • Romeo and Juliet

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Romeo and Juliet.
    • Scene from “Romeo and Juliet.”
    • As You Like It

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. As You Like It.
    • Scene from “As You Like It.” Left to right: Linda Zernecke, Lynn Ann Leveridge, Peter Freidman.
    • Boys From Syracuse

    • Hart, Lorenz, 1895-1943; Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979; Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Boys From Syracuse.
    • Scene from “The Boys From Syracuse,” a Rodgers and Hart musical based on Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors." Performed as a companion piece to "The Comedy of Errors."
    • Comedy of Errors

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Comedy of Errors.
    • Scene from “The Comedy of Errors.”
    • Hamlet

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet.
    • Scene from “Hamlet.” Left to right: Joan Hockenjos, Cynthia Townsand, Jenny Chrisinger.
    • Merry Wives of Windsor

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Merry Wives of Windsor.
    • Scene from “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”
    • Richard III

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Richard III.
    • Scene from “Richard III.” Left to right: Mercy Bona, Nicholas DeJoria.
    • Measure for Measure

    • Hofstra Playhouse; Hofstra Shakespeare Festival; College theater; Theater--production and direction; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Measure for Measure.
    • Scene from “Measure for Measure.” Left to right: George Koury, Mercy Bona.

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