"A Dark Secret".
THEATRE & MUSIC
"The Grand Duke, or the Statutory Duel".
"The Dark Secret".
["Tovarich" theater still.]
["The Thief" theater still.]
["State of the Union" theater still.]
[Unidentified Ziegfeld show.]
Possibly "Ziegfeld Follies of 1922" or "Rio Rita".
["Servant of Two Masters" theater still.]
Amateur Dramatic Benefit of the Presbyterian Church
Wayside, Columbia Hall. August 20, 1877
Luzerne Drugstore Print.
First Performance of "The Love Potion."
In two acts. A farcico-comedesque-burledy composed on this occasion (which is more than can be said of...
[Leslie Faber and Frank Dekum in a post-Broadway tour of "Romance".]
Photograph by Hare, Buffalo.
["The Private Secretary" theater still.]
Possibly a production in England.
[Unidentified theater still.]
Possibly "The Promise".
["Idiot's Delight" theater stills.]
Key sheet. | Likely an out-of-town production.
["Julius Caesar" theater stills.]
[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]
With Ann Fairleigh in the role of Cindy Lou Bethany.
["Winners" theater still.]
Likely on tour. "Lovers" was comprised of two shows, "Winners" and "Losers". Photograph by Robert Dawson,...
["Letty" theater still.]
Possibly on tour. Photo by W. E. Gray, London.
[Anna Roman in "The 49th Cousin".]
Photograph by Alan D. Hewitt. | During a Philadelphia run.
["The First Legion" theater still.]
Photograph by Ottomar. | Possibly on a pre-Broadway tour.
["The Green Hat" theater stills.]
Key sheet. This production never reached Broadway.
["Hamlet" theater still.]
Madam Janauschek's Co. in "Guy Mannering".
Photograph taken by Burrell at 11 PM, May 16, 1888.
[Unidentified play, possibly "Butterflies".]
Possibly "Caliban of the Yellow Sands".
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Advertisement of the Broadway Theatre for Boris Karloff, Orson Welles, Richard Waring, Ed Wynn and others.]
Leaves from a B'way Sketchbook [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Lunch and Script; Press Agent Forecasts; Broadway Elevator; Casting his Lot; Scenic Studio; Letter of...
Rehearsing a dance number [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
[Unidentified actor in "Samson and Delilah".]
[Jacob Ben-Ami and unidentified actress.]
Photograph by Max Engel, New York, N.Y. The actress is possibly Dina Halpern. The production could be...
[Fela Biro and other performers in "Aristocrats", adapted from Sholem Aleichem's "Mentshn".]
Standardized transliteration of the English title is "Ristokratn". Photograph by I. Russack, N.Y.
[Lazar Fred in an unidentified production.]
Photograph by S. Fink.
[Advertisement for The Silent Alarm by Joseph Arthur.]
Darktown Opera - The Lovers Leap.
"Whar yer gwine to, dis ain't in de book." -