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"A Dark Secret".

"A Dark Secret".

THEATRE & MUSIC

"The Grand Duke, or the Statutory Duel".

"The Grand Duke, or the Statutory Duel".

THEATRE & MUSIC

"The Dark Secret".

"The Dark Secret".


["Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" theater still.]

["Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


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["The Thief" theater still.]

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["The Thief" theater still.]

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["The Thief" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


["The Thief" theater still.]

["The Thief" theater still.]


[Unidentified Ziegfeld show.]

[Unidentified Ziegfeld show.]

Possibly "Ziegfeld Follies of 1922" or "Rio Rita".

["Servant of Two Masters" theater still.]

["Servant of Two Masters" theater still.]


Amateur Dramatic Benefit of the Presbyterian Church

Amateur Dramatic Benefit of the Presbyterian Church

Wayside, Columbia Hall. August 20, 1877 Luzerne Drugstore Print.

First Performance of "The Love Potion."

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".]

[Leslie Faber and Frank Dekum in a post-Broadway tour of "Romance".]

Photograph by Hare, Buffalo.

[Unidentified production.]

[Unidentified production.]


[Unidentified theater still.]

[Unidentified theater still.]

Possibly "The Promise".

["Idiot's Delight" theater stills.]

["Idiot's Delight" theater stills.]

Key sheet. | Likely an out-of-town production.

["Julius Caesar" theater stills.]

["Julius Caesar" theater stills.]

Key sheet.

[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]

[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]


[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]

[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]


[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]

[The touring company of "Kiss the Boys Good-bye".]

With Ann Fairleigh in the role of Cindy Lou Bethany.

["Letty" theater still.]

["Letty" theater still.]

Possibly on tour. Photo by W. E. Gray, London.

["The Green Hat" theater stills.]

["The Green Hat" theater stills.]

Key sheet. This production never reached Broadway.

Madam Janauschek's Co. in "Guy Mannering".

Madam Janauschek's Co. in "Guy Mannering".

Photograph taken by Burrell at 11 PM, May 16, 1888.

Madam Janauschek's Co. in "Guy Mannering".

Madam Janauschek's Co. in "Guy Mannering".

Photograph taken by Burrell at 11 PM, May 16, 1888.

[Unidentified play, possibly "Butterflies".]

[Unidentified play, possibly "Butterflies".]


[Unidentified performance.]

[Unidentified performance.]

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.]

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.]

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.]

Rehearsing a dance number [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]


[Unidentified actor in "Samson and Delilah".]

[Unidentified actor in "Samson and Delilah".]


[Jacob Ben-Ami and unidentified actress.]

[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".]

[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.]

[Lazar Fred in an unidentified production.]

Photograph by S. Fink.

[Advertisement for The Silent Alarm by Joseph Arthur.]

[Advertisement for The Silent Alarm by Joseph Arthur.]


[Theatrical performance.]

[Theatrical performance.]


Darktown Opera - The Lovers Leap.

Darktown Opera - The Lovers Leap.

"Whar yer gwine to, dis ain't in de book." -

Darktown Opera - The Serenade.

Darktown Opera - The Serenade.

"Come lub come de moon am in de sky." -

Rathgallan Head.

Rathgallan Head.

Scene in "The Shaughraun"

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]

Rosemary Williams, Show Girl [Performing on stage.]


David Warfield and Minnie Dupree in "The Music Master" Act I.

David Warfield and Minnie Dupree in "The Music Master" Act I.


Dreamland: Fighting the Flames, Coney Island N.Y. 1908.

Dreamland: Fighting the Flames, Coney Island N.Y. 1908.


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