B.F. Keith"s Theatre program, March 13, 1927

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B.F. Keith"s Theatre program, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1927. B.F. Keith"s Theatre Orchestra, C. Frederick Clark, director.

Other titlesAesop"s fables.
ContributionsB. F. Keith"s Theatre (Organization : Washington, D.C.), Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsPN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/B
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Pagination1 v. (theater program).
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Open LibraryOL25309924M
LC Control Number2012657937

B. Keith and E. Albee opened B. Keith’s New Theatre on Madirectly behind their Bijou Theatre and next door to their Boston Theatre. Although it was primarily a vaudeville house during Keith-Albee’s ownership, Thomas Edison demonstrated his new Vitascope movie projector here on B.F.

Keith's Theatre (–) in Boston, March 13, was a vaudeville playhouse run by B.F. sat across from Boston Common in the city's theatre district, with an entrance on Tremont Street and another on Washington Street.

Personnel included Keith, E.F. Albee and H.E. Gustin. Virgilio Tojetti painted some of the interior decorations. Inthe theater was converted to a. Program from B.F. Keith's Theatre, Boston, June Various vaudeville acts.

Opened on Aug as a vaudeville house known as Chase’s Polite Vaudeville Theatre, for owner Plimpton Chase. It was sold the following year to B.F. Keith and renamed B.F. Keith’s Theatre. The theatre closed briefly in and reopened three weeks later with motion pictures on.

Benjamin Franklin Keith (Janu – Ma ) was an American vaudeville theater owner, highly influential in the evolution of variety theater into vaudeville. Also in the B.F. Keith Memorial Theatre opened in : JanuHillsborough, New Hampshire. This profusely illustrated 8 1/2"x11" publication is a Special Issue (Vol, Nbr.2, 2nd Qtr.

) of MARQUEE®, the journal of the Theatre Historical Society of America. The entire issue is on the beautiful B.F. KEITH'S MEMORIAL THEATRE (now the OPERA HOUSE) in Boston.

Keith’s Theatre News, no. 40, vol. 18, Clippings, Pamphlets, May 22 Posts navigation Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries.

Keith's New Theatre, Boston Mass [B. Keith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : B. Keith. Houdini, Harry. B.F. Keith's Theatre News. Washington, D.C., Eight-page theatrical newsletter featuring Houdini and his appearances at the Keith theatre in the nation's capitol. Includes three photographs of Houdini as well as the theatre program, and a feature-length story regarding the great self-liberator.

One fold, and light wear; bears the stamp of Edward Saint, otherwise good. B.F. Keith Memorial Theatre Boston Vaudeville Program Week of Decem [B.F. Keith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Good News By Ray Hendeson. Pathe News. Joe Daly with Hellen Lewis and the Co-eds.

Foster & Peggy in Pals. Barry & Whitledge in Jest For Awhile. Louise Groody in Three in Love. Eddie Gonrad and Marion Eddy in Whoo-ha. They have been sitting in my dry, dark, cool warehouse until now. 5" x ", 16 pages + covers. Storage scuffing and creases on covers. % complete, readable, interior pages and photos/illos are Rating: % positive.

Photo, Print, Drawing [Allen Theatre, Ohio Theatre, Loew's State Theatre, and B.F. Keith Palace Theatre, Euclid Ave.

and 17th St., Cleveland, Ohio] [ digital file from b&w film copy neg. ] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress. Keith's New Million Dollar Theatre Athenaeum of Philadelphia. Local ID #: PC_Verso > View more images [14 total].

Memories of B.F. RKO Keith's Theatre South Salina Street, Syracuse, New York The Most Magnificent Theatre In All The Universe Devoted to high class vaudeville.

Here's Your Ticket To A Musical Experience. Come when you will, There's a welcome to greet you, A hand-clasp to thrill, And a true smile to meet you.

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14 images: O T H E R I M A G E S — (14 images, all shown): Keith's New Million Dollar Theatre Athenaeum of Philadelphia. Local ID #: PC_Verso. Benjamin Franklin Keith (Janu - Ma ) was born at Hillsborough, New Hampshire, the youngest of eight children born to Samuel C. and Rhoda Keith.

At the age of seven he began to work on a western Massachusetts farm, remaining there for 11 years and attending the district school and village academy during the winter months. The theatre was re-built in utilising three of the original walls of the old theatre and it re-opened on September 5, as B.F.

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Keith’s Theater. - Indianapolis Star / September 4, - The edition of Film Daily Yearbook lists the Keith’s Theater as ‘Closed’, but it was operating again in the edition.

Photo, Print, Drawing [B.F. Keith's Theatre, B.F. Keith Building, and Strand Theatre, Walnut St. opposite post office, Cincinnati, Ohio] / AFD [ digital file from b&w film copy neg.

] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress. Photocopy of blueprint (original in HABS files) Thomas w. Lamb, Architect Octo PROSCENIUM BOX TREATMENT - B. Keith Memorial Theatre, Washington Street, HABS MASS,BOST,tif 3, × 4,; MBInstance of: geographical object.

Picture shows the placing of one of the large steel roof trusses. Keith-Albee is a theatre located along Fourth Avenue in downtown Huntington, West Virginia in the United States of America.

The Keith-Albee was named after the Keith-Albee-Orpheum Corporation, one of the leading vaudeville performance chains at that time, to convince the directors of Keith-Albee-Orpheum to make the Keith-Albee a regular stop. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Architect: Thomas W.

Lamb. Hudson Theatre in Union Hill, New Jersey; B.F. Keith's Columbia Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio; and Trent Theatre, Trent, New Jersey. 6 The number of acts on a bill varied over the years. Beforethe Providence theatre featured fourteen or fifteen acts on a bill, but afterthe bills became shorter, including only eight to ten acts.

Keith's (New) Theatre Washington Street / Boston, Mass. (from CinemaTreasures) B. Keith and E. Albee opened B. Keith's "New Theatre" on Madirectly behind their Bijou Theatre and next door to their Boston Theatre. Although it was primarily a. This program plan is valid only if the student registers for, and completes, a term at Brenau by summer If the student defers admission to fall or after, the student must contact the adviser to be changed to the subsequent catalog.

Title: B.F.A. Musical Theatre Author. Keith,The Vogue of Vaudeville, Born and raised on a New Hampshire farm, B. Keith began his show business career in the s working in circuses.

In he opened a dime museum in Boston and soon began presenting live variety acts in its seat theater. With his partner Edward Size: 13KB. Hello.

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Full text of "Moving Picture World (Jul-Aug )" See other formats. The Keith-Albee Theatre, which cost $2 million to construct inwas dubbed a “temple of amusement” by Huntington’s Herald-Dispatch newspaper. The opening day performance on May 8, featured performer Rae Samuels, nicknamed the “Blue Streak of Location: Huntington, West Virginia.

A. Abel, Ludwig (b. J – d. Aug ) Pupil of Ferdinand David; member of the Gewandhaus Orchestra at Leipzig, the Weimar Court Orchestra (), leader of the Court Orchestra at Munich (), teacher in and () Inspector of the Royal Music-School then managed by von Bulow; Royal Professor; retired on pension, Violin-virtuoso of high rank, and an excellent.Notation Note: The tunes below are recorded in what is called “abc notation.”They can easily be converted to standard musical notation via highlighting with your cursor starting at “X:1” through to the end of the abc’s, then “cutting-and-pasting” the highlighted notation into one of the many abc conversion programs available, or at ’s incredibly handy “ABC.Wurlitzer Company Records Guide to the Wurlitzer Company Records Craig Orr Archives Center, National Museum of American History P.O.

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