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
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
The stage is set and the lights are blazing as African Renaissance Theatre (A.R.T) opens the university tour of Sleep Sef Na Wahala, a play written by Africa Ukoh and directed by Williams Obasi. 230 more words
By Lupita Peimbert.
(Theatre) – An autobiographical story about an immigrant woman, her marriage, the challenges of adapting to a new country, and how a private matter became a scandal in and out of San Francisco’s political and media circles. 407 more words
Moving Picture World, November 26, 1910
Excerpts from a letter by John Blohm, owner and manager of the Bijou Theatre, Chesley, Ontario, Canada.
“We have several photoplay theaters here in Western Ontario, though as the enclosed postcard shows, they are on a small scale. 177 more words