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Manhattan Theatre Provides for Horses

The Moving Picture News, July 22, 1911:

“Last week when New York’s dumb animals as well as the human portion of its population were sweltering in the heat, William J. 193 more words

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The Dream in Seattle

The Film Index, April 8, 1911:

“The accompanying illustration shows the interior of the Dream theatre, 701 First avenue, Seattle. It is a thoroughly up-to-date house and the proprietor, James Q. 158 more words

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Fun House- Brisbane Festival 2017

The first post from my amazing trip to Australia is about a theatre show- which was actually one of the last things I did whilst out there. 597 more words

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The Moving Picture Show

Excerpts from “The Moving Picture Show” by Asa Steele, The World’s Work, February, 1911

“Yesterday 4,000, 000 Americans visited 13,000 picture-shows, They do so everyday. 257 more words

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World's Dream in St. Louis

The World’s Dream Theatre in Moving Picture World, June 13, 1925:
“Its 140 folding-chairs and standing room for 200 made it a ‘picture palace’ of its day.” 188 more words

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Shelling of St. Marcos in Dubuque

The Film Index,  June 3, 1911:

“The Star theatre, Dubuque, Iowa, a cut of which appears here, is owned and managed by Harry Weiss, who appears as the second figure from the right in the illustration. 197 more words

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Shakespeare With The Handlebards

Last Friday I saw my first ( and sadly probably only) outdoor theatre of the summer.

Shakespeare’s As You Like It performed by brilliant company – 591 more words

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