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The Jewel, Easton, Pennsylvania

Motion Picture Herald, August 14, 1937, Ohio theatre manager, John A. Schwalm “recalls his years as a nickelodeon operator.”

Featuring a five-cent admission, the Jewel was an “upstairs house” with the first floor used as lobby. 137 more words


The Show Must Go on at Theatre 3 in Dallas

DALLAS – Theater Three in Dallas is one of the staples when it comes to well-produced stage productions. The company recently suffered the loss of its founder and executive producer Jac Alder. 109 more words

Commuter Convo

One post per month at the moment

my current internet living situation is one where there is no connection in the house. so I have resolved that this summer’s blogging will be down to one post per month. 328 more words


First Night Design | 'Which is the prettiest?'

Following on from yesterday’s post about Maude Fealy, here she is again in a vintage postcard that asks, ‘Which is the prettiest of all?’ I’d say Maude! 64 more words

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First Night Design | Maude Fealy #Actress #Postcards

Actress Maude Fealy Postcards

The American actress Maude Fealy was an exquisite beauty whose career encompassed everything from stage performances in the US, Canada and Britain, as well as silent movies and talking pictures. 257 more words

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Author: María Nieto Sánchez

The International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) was founded in 1957. [1] Its aim is to facilitate communication and exchange between scholars and professionals of theatre and performance research throughout the world, through its events and publishing activities. 821 more words


Fire, Sparta Theatre, Bowery, Coney Island, Brooklyn

On Sunday, July 12, 2015,  Cezar Del Valle, author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index Volume III, hosts the cHURCH OF MONICA, Open Source Gallery, with an illustrated talk on the history of Coney Island theatre. 271 more words