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Queen Theatre, Los Angeles

The Film Index, March 4, 1911

“H. B. and F. N. Knapp, who owned and managed the Queen, Vaudette and Peter Pan Theatres in Battle Creek, Michigan, have opened the first real classy suburban theatre in Los Angeles–the Queen Theatre–at the corner of Jefferson Street and Vermont Avenue. 206 more words


Traditions and Tales of a Victorian Christmas

Christmas brings nostalgia, often with chocolate box images of Victorian Britain; an association immortalised in Charles Dickens’ novella A Christmas Carol. Now Edinburgh Castle… 535 more words


Ana-Luisa de Cavilla Scrutton Maker/Artist - Room and Christmas Decorations

Please do check out my friend Ana-Luisa’s delightful handmade concoctions for Christmas at running hare art & design. She and I have known each for many years and worked together on a musical adaptation of… 38 more words

Art & Design

When the words capture your imagination

Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse (aka “The” Vineyard Playhouse) does many things well in its continued year-round operations, and one of the highlights to me is their summer series of Monday Night Specials, a one-off staged reading of a new script at some stage in its development. 301 more words


Three plane journeys

Where does the time go, eh? Almost a month has passed since I left for my whirlwind trip to the northern hemisphere…and a whirlwind it was. 1,352 more words


The Oldest Theatre in Oldest City

Moving Picture World, November 2, 1912:

“The above cut is a likeness of the first motion picture theater in the oldest town in California. The name of the house is the Don Theater in Napa Street, Sonoma, Cal.” 119 more words


From the West End to Broadway: Theatre in London and New York City

London’s West End and New York’s Broadway have become iconic for the quality of their theatre. The Victoria and Albert Museum in Kensington is celebrating 40 years of the Olivier Awards and is marking this with a free exhibition called ‘Curtain Up’. 219 more words