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Category: All Categories: Performing Arts: Theater Ephemera
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1.
Advertisement  
TICKET FOR AN EVENING WITH DAVID HARUM PRESENTED BY AUGUSTUS F. HOWELL,GRAND OPERA HOUSE, PEORIA
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Publisher: N.D..
Ephemera Very Good; Ticket for An Evening with David Harum Presented by Augustus F. Howell, Grand Opera House, Peoria, Thursday Evening, March Seventh. Under Auspices iof George A. Wilson Circle, No. 40 Ladies of the GAR. Back of ticket is blank. Ticket is in good condition, wear at edges. Ticket is 4" across and 2 1/2" high.

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2.
Boston Museum (1841-1903)  
Utopia, Limited, Or the Flowers of Progress
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Publisher: Boston, Boston Museum, 1894.
[8], 23 cm. Gilbert & Sullivan's "Utopia, Limited", an original comic opera in two acts, was introduced in London in 1893. Stock#Flat182. Vg.

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3.
Brown University.  
Brown University Vaudeville Club. Fourth Annual Production Friday, May 14, 1909.

Publisher: Providence, Brown University, 1909.
8 p., illus., 16 x 23.5 cm. Program for the student performance. stock#NS310. Vg.

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4.
Edward F. Albee Stock Company  
The Albee Alumni: A History of the Eleven Years of the Edward F. Albee Stock Co. / by the [sic] "The Girl Behind the Pen

Publisher: Providence, E.F. Albee, 1912..
197 p., ports., 27 cm. With an introduction by Johnson Briscoe. Includes cast lists of plays performed, April 15, 1901- September 4, 1911. There was a new play each week, from April thru August, at Keith's Theatre. The original owner has ticked in pencil the actors and plays seen. Stock# 37,695. Good +, the wrappers have separated from the stapled text. Edward F. Albee Stock Company. Summer theater Edward F. Albee Stock Company

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5.
Garson Kanin  
A Gift of Time (Play Program)

Publisher: Curtain Time, the Official Publication of the Fireside Theatre.
Condition: Good. Program. Light green folded play program, play stars Henry Fonda and Olivia de Haviland, rubbing to corners, light shelf wear.

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6.
Globe Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts  
Princess Ida. Week of January 3d to 8th 1887
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Publisher: Boston, Globe Theatre, 1887.
4 p.; 37.5 cm. Newspaper format. Princess Ida was first produced in 1884. The 1887 Boston performance was the second in America. Includes two D'Oyly Carte Opera Company regulars: tenor Courtice Pounds (1862-1927) and bass Sig. Brocolini (1841-1906), the Irish-born John Clarke who rebranded himself to honor his Brooklyn home. Stock#Flat140. Good, the newspaper stock has small tears.

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7.
Henry B. Harris Company, New York. [Fischer, Alice (Harcourt)] [Furniss, Grace Livingston]  
Alice Fischer in Mrs. Jack. A Farcical Comedy by Grace Livingston Furniss. Management Henry B. Harris.

Publisher: Designed & Printed by The Grannis Press... New York] [1901?].
Pamphlet, [8] p., photos; 11.5 x 14.5 cm. "Direct from a New York Run of 100 Nights at Wallack's and the Victoria Theatres." Alice Fischer (later Harcourt), actress and singer, was a native of Terre Haute, Indiana. She moved to New York City, where she organized the Twelfth Night Club, the first all-female theatrical club. This attractive booklet offers review one-liners, four photos from her performance plus a formal bust portrait, and complete cast list. "The Henry B. Harris Company's Enterprises. Mr. Robert Edison in "Soldiers of Fortune"; Miss Alice Fischer in "Mrs. Jack"; Miss Percy Haswell in "A Royal Family"; Miss Elizabeth Tyree in "Gretna Green". Hudson Theatre, 44th Street, near Broadway, New York." Stapled, without covers; enclosed in grey folding envelope stamped in black with front-cover illustration in black & white, 12.5 x 14.5 cm.; folds fragile, some separation & wear; withal VG. 39037.

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8.
Kahrl, Stanley J., editor.  
Malone Society. Collections. Volume VIII / 8 / Eight. Records of Plays and Players in Lincolnshire 1300-1585.

Publisher: Oxford, Malone Society, 1974.
xxxiii, 108 p., map; 22 cm. Contents include Addlethorpe Ingoldmells, Boston, Donington, Grimsby, Holbeach, Leverton, Lincoln, Long Sutton, Louth, Sleaford, Stamford, Sutterton, Thorpe St. Peter, Witham on the Hill; From the Regulations of the Lincoln Guild of the Cordwainers; Statutes of Lincoln Cathedral relating to dramatic or semi-dramatic actrivities; City of Lincoln Christmas Speeches, 1564-1565; List of Companies by Patrons and Places of Origin. Tan linen, no dj; fine, gift quality. Stock#25064.

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9.
Kesselring, Joseph  
Arsenic and Old Lace : Stage Program for the Fisher Theatre

Publisher: Fisher Theatre; Detroit: 1987.
Near Fine Softcover 32 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; Theatre program, fold-and-staple binding, 32 pages including covers, b/w cover illustration of gothic house, bios of cast and crew, one b/w photo of five main cast members, numerous local ads, some in color. Glossy throughout. ; Production of 1987, starring Jean Stapleton (All in the Family), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Gary Sandy (WKRP in Cincinnati), Larry Storch (F Troop), Jonathan Frid (Dark Shadows); Only a touch of wear. No marks, no creases. Scarce.

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10.
Leone, Leonard  
Shakespeare's Globe in America : The Reconstruction Project of Wayne State University Theatre, a Report to Founding Members and Other Contributors, October 1983

Publisher: Wayne State University Press; Detroit: 1983.
Near Fine Softcover 17 pages; 4to (11") 28 cm; Large booklet, tan covers, bound across top calendar style, fold-and-staple binding, text in 2 columns, list of members and major donors, 5 b/w plans and drawings, 1 b/w photo of site. ; Laid in: 2 identical greeting cards, 'Greetings from the Globe Playhouse Project, Detroit', illustrated in full color, designed to fold out and be set up as a small model of the Globe, with Bottom, Touchstone and Falstaff on the stage, crowded audience, 'Puritans in dismay' etc. ; This project got as far as finalizing a beautiful design and preparing a site on the Detroit River but was never actually constructed. ; Booklet in pristine condition. From estate of one of the donors. Quite scarce.

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11.
Rogers, John B.  
FI-FI of the Toy Shop: A Spectacular Musical Fantasy

Publisher: Providence?] [Remington Press] [1917?].
[12] p., 16 illus., 26.5 cm. "Providence Opera House Thursday, Friday and Saturday Evenings May 4,5 and 6 at 8:20 Saturday Afternoon, May 6, at 2:20. Auspices of the Providence Branch International Sunshine Society" One of the six "toys" is a woman in black-face. An early owner pasted Providence theater clippings to the rear cover, surviving is a newspaper editorial by Brown Professoe Thomas Crosby (1870-1947, see Encyclopedia Brunoniana). Stock# 43,916. vg / soft cover

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12.
Savoy Theatre, London / Richard D'Oyly Carte, 1844-1901  
Notice. In consequence of the indisposition of Miss Rosina Brandram...
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Publisher: [London, Savoy Theatre, 1897].
Broadside, 12.5 x 18 cm. Rosina Brandram, 1845-1907, a reigning Savoy contralto, created the role of Dame Carruthers in Yeoman of the Guard in the 1897 first revival. Gertrude Macaulay was a back-up in the company and had but a few starring roles. Stock#Flat 141.

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13.
Stage Magazine  
STAGE MAGAZINE MAY 1937
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Publisher: Stage Publishing New York 1937.
Magazine Very Good with no dust jacket; All Over the Map Number. Cover by Eric Nitsche. Articles inside include London on May 12th by Rebecca West, Katherine Cornell, Dramatic Russia by Hirschfield, Gertrude Lawrence, Musical Masters by Marcia Davenport, Exposition International, Sir Cedric Hardwicke and more. Filled with great illustrations and period advertising. Magazine is complete and in very good condition, slight wear and small tears at edges. ; B&W and color Illustrations; 104 pages

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14.
The New Theater (New York)  
The New Theater

Publisher: New York, The New Theater [1909].
[8] p.22.5 cm. A program of the New Theater's 1909-1910 season with diagrams of the four levels of seating. Printed as a sheet folded into four panels.The theater, at Central Park West between 62nd and 63rd Streets, was the site of Metropolitan Opera performances. It features a new play by Edward [Brewster] Sheldon (1885-1946), The Nigger, a drama of social realism questioning ideas of racial purity. Stock# 43,932. Vg / theater program.

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15.
Todd, Michael staged by Hassard Short  
Michael Todd's Star and Garter Souvenir Program

Publisher: New York: Program Publishing Co., [1943].
14pp. illus. staple-bound paper program 4to: near Very Good [ink note inside front cover: "The Music Box, New York, March 16, 1943"] The program from a New York show starring Gypsy Rose Lee, et al. Black and white photos of the cast and revue.

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16.
Tom Owen  
This Enchanted Pasture Land, a Console Theatre Feature
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Condition: Good. Loose Leaf. Illustrated unbound, loose leaf pamphlet of the Warner Bros. Western Theater and the Kiball. Undated, circa 1969, bagged for protection with a stiff backing board, light fading and stains, very small chips to edges.

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17.
University Of Michigan  
Lot of 42 University of Michigan Theater Programs : 1950-1954, Plus Photos, Clippings, More

Publisher: University of Michigan Press; Ann Arbor:.
Very Good+ Softcover Wonderful collection from the estate of Millicent Vinitsky, student player who appeared in chorus of several productions. We have listed items by theater and date. ; Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre: Finian's Rainbow, King Richard II 1951. Brigadoon (includes 2 separate b/w glossy photos from the show), The Birds. Venus Observed, Don Giovanni, Come Back Little Sheba, Once in a Lifetime, Shadow and the Rock 1952. The Heiress, Faust, Elizabeth the Queen, Philadelphia Story (covered with cast autographs), Deep are the Roots starring James Jones (James Earl Jones) 1953.; Little Hut starring Barbara Bel Geddes, Gramercy Ghost starring June Lockhart, Taming of the Shrew, Tartuffe, Veranda on the Highway, Ariadne of Naxos, The Crucible starring E. G. Marshall, Trip to Bountiful starring Lillian Gish 1954. Right You Are if You Think You Are, Two Blind Mice (covered with cast autographs) ; U of M Union Opera: Go West Madam (program has several full-pg auto ads) 1951. ; U of M Gilbert and Sullivan Society: Mikado 1951. Yeomen of the Guard, Princess Ida 1952. Gondoliers. ; Rackham Hall: Stanley Quartet. ; Ann Arbor Civic Theater: Home of the Brave 1953. ; Shubert Theater: Jose Greco and his Company of Spanish Dancers 1953. ; Hill Auditorium: The Rainbow 1953. Metamorphosis starring Dana Elcar, narrated by Jeremy Lepard (student film, world premier with audience questionnaire laid in) ; Angell Hall: The First Hundred (subtitle: A Color Motion Picture Commemorating a Century of Engineering Instruction at U of M) 1954. ; Cass Theatre: Cocktail Party starring Estelle Winwood 1952. ; La Jolla Theater (NYC) : Cocktail Party starring Estelle Winwood 1952. ; Miscellaneous venues: A Pair of Ploys, Noah, Desire Under the Elms, Annie Get Your Gun, Paint Your Wagon. ; Plus dozens of clippings, reviews, Laboratory Play Bills, choir programmes, organ recital programmes, etc. ; No serious defects apart from a tiny pinhole in the upper left corner of many items. Minor edgewear here and there. Clippings are yellowed from age. Scarce and some unique.

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