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Camille

By: Alexandre (fils) Dumas ; Edmund Gosse

...renamed Violetta Valéry. In the English-speaking world, The Lady of the Camellias became known as Camille and sixteen versions have been performed at Broadway theatres alone. The lady of the camellias is Marguerite Gautier, who is based on Marie Duplessis, the real life lover of author Dumas, fils. (Summary from Wikipedia)...

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Broadway theatres

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Crayon Sketches

By: Theodore S. Fay

................................................................20 A WALK IN BROADWAY. ................................................................. .....................................................................89 LONDON THEATRES. ................................................................. ...IAGEABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES. • BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT. • A WALK IN BROADWAY. • STEAM. • BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS. • LOVE OF CHANGE HOUSE HUNT... ...ES. • IMITATION. • AN EVENING AT THE THEATRE. • A VOYAGE TO EUROPE. • LONDON THEATRES. Crayon Sketches 1 • EDITORIAL COURTESIES. • MR. LISTON. • FANN... ...d examine both sides of a subject; that they keep them, in some degree, from theatres, taverns, billiard−tables, and other immortalities; and that, mo... ...e worshipped and thy name treasured up in the hearts of posterity. A WALK IN BROADWAY. Reader! gentle or ungentle! if thou for a moment supposest that... ...ts of the globe, and among other places have frequently wandered up and down Broadway, a street situated on a small island between the East and North ... ... not perceive the connexion; but was afterwards given to understand, that as Broadway and business were the boast of New−York, so were pure water and ... ...he has made his study. The former are, as a naturalist would express it, "in theatres and at concerts common;" the latter is of a species scarce all ...

...HAKSPEARE ACTED, 10 -- MONEY, 14 -- AN HUMBLE ADDRESS TO THE MARRIAGEABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES, 17 -- BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT, 20 -- A WALK IN BROADWAY, 25 -- STEAM, 27 -- BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS, 31 -- LOVE OF CHANGE HOUSE HUNTING, 33 -- HYPOCHONDRIACISM, 35 -- IDLE PEOPLE, 38 -- PRIZE TRAGEDIES, 40 -- OYSTERS, 42 -- PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF AN UNFORTUNATE, 44 -- SP...

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Broadway

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... Contents Theatres 1 Streets 2 ... ... See also 9 Theatres Broadway theatre, theatrical producti... ... Theatres Broadway theatre, theatrical productions produced in one of forty professio... ...dway theatre, theatrical productions produced in one of forty professional theatres located around Broadway in Manhattan, New York ... ... productions produced in one of forty professional theatres located around Broadway in Manhattan, New York Broadway Cinema, i... ... Broadway Cinema, in Nottingham, UK Broadway Cinematheque, in Hong Kong Off-Broadway, ... ...aller professional venue in New York City Off-Off-Broadway, a theatrical production using a non-union cast, or produced in a ... ... Streets In North America Broadway (Baltimore) Broadway (Chicago) ...

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Crayon Sketches

By: Theodore S. Fay

...LE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES. • BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT. • A WALK IN BROADWAY. • STEAM. • BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS. • LOVE OF CHANGE—HOUSE ... ... IMITATION. • AN EVENING AT THE THEATRE. • A VOYAGE TO EUROPE. • LONDON THEATRES. • EDITORIAL COURTESIES. • MR. LISTON. • FANNY KEMBLE. • MADAM... ...examine both sides of a subject; that they keep them, in some degree, from theatres, taverns, billiard-tables, and other immortalities; and that, more... ...worshipped and thy name treasured up in the hearts of posterity. A WALK IN BROADWAY. Reader! gentle or ungentle! if thou for a moment supposest that ... ... of the globe, and among other places have frequently wandered up and down Broadway, a street situated on a small island between the East and North ri... ...ot perceive the connexion; but was afterwards given to understand, that as Broadway and business were the boast of New-York, so were pure water and ex... ...ing, that "the butter was good enough, but nothing to make a noise about!" Broadway, however, is a very fine street, the longest, it is said, in a dir... ... has made his study. The former are, as a naturalist would express it, "in theatres and at concerts— common;" the latter is of a species scarce all ov... ...society. Like the mirrors which have been added to the sides of one of our theatres, it reflects the images of grace, of gaiety, and of pleasure doubl...

...NCES OF SEEING SHAKSPEARE ACTED. · MONEY. · AN HUMBLE ADDRESS TO THE MARRIAGEABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES. · BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT. · A WALK IN BROADWAY. · STEAM. · BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS. · LOVE OF CHANGE—HOUSE HUNTING. · HYPOCHONDRIACISM. · IDLE PEOPLE. · PRIZE TRAGEDIES. · OYSTERS. · PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF AN UNFORTUNATE. · SPRING. · PHILADELPHIA—NEW-YORK—BOSTON...

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Broadway (Manhattan)

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...e in New York City, dating to the first New Amsterdam settlement. The name Broadway is the English literal translation of the Dutch name, Breede weg. ... ... History Broadway in 1860 ... ... In 1885 the Broadway commercial district was overrun with telephone, telegraph, and ele... ...north from Cortlandt and Maiden Lane. Broadway was originally the Wickquasgeck Trail, carved into the brush of Ma... ... Upon the arrival of the [5] In the 18th century, Broadway ended at the town commons north of Wall Street, where traffic cont... ... crosses Seventh Avenue in midtown Manhattan, is the home of many Broadway theatres, housing an ever-changing array of commercial, large-scale plays, ...

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Felix Oday

By: F. Hopkinson Smith

...y By F. Hopkinson Smith Felix O'Day Chapter I Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way, ... ...sky-line studded with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire. Broadway on wet, rain-drenched nights is the fairy concourse of the Wonder... ...now cross its surface. The crowd has begun to thin out. The doors of the theatres are deserted; some flaunt signs of "Standing Room Only." The cars... ... person intent on his or her special business. By the time he had reached Broadway the upper floors of the business buildings were dark, but the win... ...n papers, went out to watch an audience thronging into one of the smaller theatres, and then boarded a down-town car. When he reached Trinity Churc... ...cher cafes and restaurants, outside the opera-houses and the fashionable theatres--places where two strangers in the city would naturally spend the... ...e stairs, and who was employed in a department store on 14th Street near Broadway, the result being that Stiger & Company had given "Mrs. Stanton" ... ...reat White Way ablaze with light or had haunted the doors of the popular theatres and expensive restaurants, and the waiting-rooms of the more fash... ...lock decorating the white wall--"but they'll be piling in here after the theatres is out. You live around here?" "No, not immediately." "Looki...

...Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way, is a crowded thoroughfare, dominated by lofty buildings, the sky-line studded with constellations of colored signs penciled in fire. Broadway on wet, r...

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Theatres of Louisville, Kentucky

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... As with all older American cities, Louisville, Kentucky, has several generations of theatres, spanning from live stage theatres to large ornate d... ...ers to standalone neighborhood theaters to modern multiplexes. A great deal of the older theatres have been razed, or their buildings converted to oth... ...1996- 1250 Baxter Ave Apex Theatres. Located in Mid City Mall. Eight screens. ... ...zed; Also called The Olio and The Victory Broadway Cinemas 1999–2004 ... ...y Cinemas 1999–2004 1211 W Broadway Converted from a Winn... ...antly black West End, after the last of 6 area theaters, Cinema West, closed in 1975.[1] Broadway Cinemas failed due to slow ticket sales and trouble ... ...was converted again into retail space.[2] Broadway Theatre 1915–1960 ... ...y Theatre 1915–1960 816 E. Broadway Closed. Originally va... ...13 6801 Dixie Hwy Republic Theatres. Originally owned by Associated Theatres. 12 screens...

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The Ne'Er-Do-Well

By: Rex Beach

...FE I. VICTORY It was a crisp November night. The artificial brilliance of Broadway was rivalled by a glorious moonlit sky. The first autumn frost was... ...teel were grinding its way toward the sea. Crowds began to issue from the theatres, and the lines of waiting vehicles broke up, filling the streets w... ...e twenty athletes dodged in through the revolving doors of a cafe, leaving Broadway rocking with the tumult. All the city was football-mad, it seemed... ...e had acquired a renown in that part of New York lying immediately west of Broadway and north of Twenty-sixth Street which, in his father's opinion, a... ..., and all-night restaurant, flourishing brazenly within a stone's throw of Broadway, and it is counted one of the sights of the city. Upon entering, o... ...erely a spot where we spend our vacations. They have wars and politics and theatres and divorces out there somewhere, but we don't care. We've lost st...

...It was a crisp November night. The artificial brilliance of Broadway was rivalled by a glorious moonlit sky. The first autumn frost was in the air, and on the side-streets long rows of taxicabs were standing, their motors blanketed, their chauffeurs threshing their arms to rout the co...

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Broadway in Tucson

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...Broadway In Tucson logo Broadway in Tucson/A Nederlander Presentation is part of the nationally rec... ...as awarded a contract by the City of Tucson in 2003 to present a series of Broadway musicals and special events downtown at the Tucson Music Hall and ... ...Theater, all of which are part of the Tucson Convention Center. Since 2003 Broadway In Tucson has been responsible for bringing over 25 Broadway shows... ... February 18, 2010 marked the press release stating that Broadway in Tucson will be bringing the smash Broadway hit Wicked to Tucson... ...d to Tucson, as a part of its 2010-2011 season. For the first time ever, a Broadway in Tucson show will be held at University of Arizona's Centennial ... ..., in September 1929 the plans changed. The Diamos Brothers' Lyric Chain of Theatres, were acquired by the Fox West Coast Theatre chain. Part of what m... ..., in September 1929 the plans changed. The Diamos Brothers' Lyric Chain of Theatres, were acquired by the Fox West Coast Theatre chain. Part of what m...

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Felix O'Day

By: F. Hopkinson Smith

...pter XXIII Etext produced by Duncan Harrod fd_harrod@yahoo.com Chapter I Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way, i... ...e sky-line studded with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire. Broadway on wet, rain-drenched nights is the fairy concourse of the Wonder ... ...t now cross its surface. The crowd has begun to thin out. The doors of the theatres are deserted; some flaunt signs of "Standing Room Only." The cars ... ...h person intent on his or her special business. By the time he had reached Broadway the upper floors of the business buildings were dark, but the wind... ...on papers, went out to watch an audience thronging into one of the smaller theatres, and then boarded a down-town car. When he reached Trinity Church ... ...er cafes and restaurants, outside the opera-houses and 65 the fashionable theatres—places where two strangers in the city would naturally spend their... ...the stairs, and who was employed in a department store on 14th Street near Broadway, the result being that Stiger Company had given "Mrs. Stanton" a p... ... Great White Way ablaze with light or had haunted the doors of the popular theatres and expensive restaurants, and the waiting-rooms of the more fashi... ... clock decorating the white wall— "but they'll be piling in here after the theatres is out. You live around here?" "No, not immediately." "Looking f...

...Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way, is a crowded thoroughfare, dominated by lofty buildings, the sky-line studded with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire. Broadway on wet, ...

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Broadway Across America

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... Through its network of presenting partners, BAA presents touring Broadway shows, family productions, and other live shows in over 40 North A... ...other live shows in over 40 North American venues. Shows presented include Broadway hits on tour such as Wicked, Jersey Boys, Chicago, Monty Python’s ... ... Lion King, Rent, Spring Awakening, and The Phantom of the Opera. In 2008, Broadway Across America and Broadway Across Canada sold over 6.4 million ti... ...and Broadway Across Canada sold over 6.4 million tickets throughout its 40 theatres in the United States and Canada.[3] ... ...s Venues As of October 2014, Broadway Across America presents shows at the following venues in the Unite... ...sBank ^ Spencer, Laura (December 10, 2010), Broadway Across America and Theater League Combine Broadway Series, Kansas ... ...and Broadway Across Canada sold over 6.4 million tickets throughout its 40 theatres in the United States and Canada.[3] ...

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Felix O'Day

By: F. Hopkinson Smith

...Chapter XXIII Etext produced by Duncan Harrod fd_harrod@yahoo.com Chapter I Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way,... ...the sky−line studded with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire. Broadway on wet, rain−drenched nights is the fairy concourse of the Wonde... ...art now cross its surface. The crowd has begun to thin out. The doors of the theatres are deserted; some flaunt signs of "Standing Room Only." The car... ...ach person intent on his or her special business. By the time he had reached Broadway the upper floors of the business buildings were dark, but the wi... ...noon papers, went out to watch an audience thronging into one of the smaller theatres, and then boarded a down−town car. When he reached Trinity Churc... ...e richer cafes and restaurants, outside the opera−houses and the fashionable theatres places where two strangers in the city would naturally spend the... ...n the stairs, and who was employed in a department store on 14th Street near Broadway, the result being that Stiger Company had given "Mrs. Stanton" a... ...he Great White Way ablaze with light or had haunted the doors of the popular theatres and expensive restaurants, and the waiting−rooms of the more fas... ...big clock decorating the white wall "but they'll be piling in here after the theatres is out. You live around here?" "No, not immediately." "Looking f...

...Excerpt: Chapter One. Broadway on dry nights, or rather that part known as the Great White Way, is a crowded thoroughfare, dominated by lofty buildings, the sky?line studded with constellations of colored signs pencilled in fire. Broadway on wet, ...

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Nimax Theatres

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...uary 2001 and in September 2005 the Vaudeville was brought into the newly formed company Nimax Theatres Limited. In April of 2012, Nimax purchased the... ...Theatres Limited. In April of 2012, Nimax purchased the Palace Theatre.[2] Theatres The group owns and operates... ....  External links Nimax Theatres website ... ... Theatres in London ... ... Delfont Mackintosh Theatres ... ... Bloomsbury The Broadway ... ... The Broadway Broadway ...

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Ragged Dick

By: Horatio Alger, Jr.

..................................................14 CHAPTER V. CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY............................................................ ...................................................................18 CHAPTER VI. UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE....................................... ...CK MAKES A PROPOSITION • CHAPTER IV DICK'S NEW SUIT • CHAPTER V CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY • CHAPTER VI UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE • CHAPTER V... ...pruce Street. "Made it by shines, in course. My guardian don't allow me no money for theatres, so I have to earn it." "Some boys get it easier than th... ...shine his boots." Johnny walked back to Nassau Street, while Dick kept on his way to Broadway. "That boy," soliloquized Dick, as Johnny took his depar... ...o'd ever have thought as I should have turned into a swell?" They had now got out on Broadway, and were slowly walking along the west side by the Park... ...but now I'd rather go to bed early, and have a good sleep." "I don't care much about theatres," said Fosdick. "Father didn't use to let me go very oft...

...DER, 1 -- CHAPTER II. JOHNNY NOLAN, 5 -- CHAPTER III. DICK MAKES A PROPOSITION, 9 -- CHAPTER IV. DICK'S NEW SUIT, 14 -- CHAPTER V. CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY, 18 -- CHAPTER VI. UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE, 23 -- CHAPTER VII. THE POCKET?BOOK, 26 -- CHAPTER VIII. DICK'S EARLY HISTORY, 31 -- CHAPTER IX. A SCENE IN A THlRD AVENUE CAR, 34 -- CHAPTER X. INTRODUCES A VICTIM OF...

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Broadway theatre

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...r live dramatic presentations use the spelling theatre. commonly called simply Broadway, is theatrical performances presented in one of the 40 profess... ... Broadway, is theatrical performances presented in one of the 40 professional theatres with 500 or more seats located in the Theater District and ... ...00 or more seats located in the Theater District and Lincoln Center along Broadway, in the Manhattan borough of New York City .Pincus-Roth, Za... ...ry. Playbill.com, February 7, 2008 Along with London 's West End theatre s, Broadway theatres are widely considered to represent the highest level ... ...bill.com, February 7, 2008 Along with London 's West End theatre s, Broadway theatres are widely considered to represent the highest level of commer... ... the highest level of commercial theatre in the English-speaking world . The Broadway Theater District is a popular tourist attraction in New York C... ...r District is a popular tourist attraction in New York City. According to The Broadway League, Broadway shows sold approximately $1.081 billion worth... ...he heart of Broadway was in Union Square, and by the end of the century, many theatres were near Madison Square . Theatres did not arrive in the Ti... ... not arrive in the Times Square area until the early 1900s, and the Broadway theatres did not consolidate there until a large number of theatres wer...

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Ragged Dick

By: Horatio Alger, Jr.

..........................................14 CHAPTER V. CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY.................................................................... ...........................................................18 CHAPTER VI. UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE............................................... ... A PROPOSITION • CHAPTER IV DICK'S NEW SUIT • CHAPTER V CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY • CHAPTER VI UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE • CHAPTER VII THE P... ...reet. "Made it by shines, in course. My guardian don't allow me no money for theatres, so I have to earn it." "Some boys get it easier than that," sai... ...s boots." Johnny walked back to Nassau Street, while Dick kept on his way to Broadway. "That boy," soliloquized Dick, as Johnny took his departure, "a... ... have thought as I should have turned into a swell?" They had now got out on Broadway, and were slowly walking along the west side by the Park, when w... ...I'd rather go to bed early, and have a good sleep." "I don't care much about theatres," said Fosdick. "Father didn't use to let me go very often. He s...

...DER, 1 -- Chapter II. JOHNNY NOLAN, 5 -- Chapter III. DICK MAKES A PROPOSITION, 9 -- Chapter IV. DICK'S NEW SUIT, 14 -- Chapter V. CHATHAM STREET AND BROADWAY, 18 -- Chapter VI. UP BROADWAY TO MADISON SQUARE, 23 -- Chapter VII. THE POCKET?BOOK, 26 -- Chapter VIII. DICK'S EARLY HISTORY, 31 -- Chapter IX. A Scene IN A THlRD AVENUE CAR, 34 -- Chapter X. INTRODUCES A VICTIM OF...

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Broadway Danny Rose

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Domestic Manners of the Americans

By: Fanny Trollope

...HAPTER 25. Washington Square—American Beauty—Gallery of Fine Arts— Antiques—Theatres—Museum............................................................. ...e River—Stagecoach— City of New York—Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies— Theatres—Public Garden—Churches—Morris Domestic Manners of the Americans ... ...CHAPTER 25. Washington Square—American Beauty—Gallery of Fine Arts— Antiques—Theatres—Museum • CHAPTER 26. Quakers—Presbyterians—Itinerant Methodist ... ...re River—Stagecoach— City of New York—Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies— Theatres—Public Garden—Churches—Morris Canal— Fashions—Carriages • CHAPT... ...irst reconnoitering the city, to suppose that the places of worship were the theatres and cafes of the place. No evening in the week but brings throng... ...ce; I should suppose, no city could boast. From hence commences the splendid Broadway, as the fine avenue is called, which runs through the whole city... ...s, to that of the whites in similar circumstances. On one occasion we met in Broadway a young negress in the extreme of the fashion, and accompanied b... ... for the peculiar manner of walking, which distinguishes all American women, Broadway might be taken for a French street, where it was the fashion for... ... the pretty women and beautiful children it contains, look extremely well in Broadway, and would not be much amiss anywhere. The luxury of the New Yor...

...d Delaware Canal?City of -- Philadelphia?Miss Wright's Lecture, 95 -- Chapter 25. Washington Square?American Beauty?Gallery of Fine Arts? -- Antiques?Theatres?Museum, 97 -- Chapter 26. Quakers?Presbyterians?Itinerant Methodist Preacher?Market?Influence of -- females in society, 101 -- Chapter 27. Return to Stonington?Thunderstorm?Emigrants?Illness?Alexandria, 106 -- Chapte...

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Broadway Theatre (Mount Pleasant, Michigan)

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...ichigan and features concerts, classic films and the local Community Theater troupe, the Broadway Players.[1] It has 480 seats.[2] ... ... Categories Coordinates not on Wikidata Theatres in Michigan Theatres completed...

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Love's Pilgrimage

By: Upton Sinclair

...ing- colored pictures tempted them in the entrances of cheap museums and theatres; they lingered before these, glad of even a moment's shelter. Ove... ...ion") draw out a bank-note from a large roll, and pay for a box in one of Broadway's great palaces of art. And now--having been advised so often to ... ...r ready to give him a good contract, and to put his play on at once in a Broadway theatre; and here was a public favorite anxious to have the leadi... ...do for the play. It would go into rehearsal at once, and would be seen on Broadway by the first of February. They would pay him four, six and eight ... ...r--"write other plays, and put your ideas into them. If you've once had a Broadway success, then you can write anything you please, and you can make... ... the great chance of his life. For it was Barry Creston who had given the Broadway "show-girl" the start that had made her a popular _comedienne_; i... ...tems to the effect that his play was to be produced in one of the leading theatres in Berlin. He wrote to his correspondent for an explanation, and ... ...me to New York and put up at expensive hotels, and get their education in theatres and opera-houses and "lobster-palaces"; in addition they had thi...

...ed. Music called to them from dives and dance-halls, and lighted signs and flaringcolored pictures tempted them in the entrances of cheap museums and theatres; they lingered before these, glad of even a moment?s shelter. Overhead the elevated trains pounded by; and from the windows one could see men crowded about the stoves in the rooms of lodging-houses, where the steam f...

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Broadway Theater District (Los Angeles)

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...ict Broadway Theater District... ... Location 300—849 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Ca... ... Added to NRHP May 9, 1979 The Broadway Theater District... ...strict listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2] With twelve movie palaces located along a six-block stretch of Broadway, it is the only ... ... 3 Preservation and renovation efforts 4 Surviving theaters on Broadway ... ... CinemaTreasures.org ^ Samudio, p. 111 ^ "Historic Los Angeles Theatres – Downtown – Oly... ...taining potentially dated statements Commons category without a link on Wikidata Theatres in Los Angeles, ...

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The Portrait of a Lady : Volume 2

By: Henry James

...ion; and when he had obtained his admittance--it was one of the secondary theatres--looked about the large, bare, ill-lighted house. An act had just... ...t was not modern, it was not conscious, it would produce no impression in Broadway; the small, serious damsel, in her stiff little dress, only looke...

...with the idea of paying them a visit in their box after the easy Italian fashion; and when he had obtained his admittance?it was one of the secondary theatres?looked about the large, bare, ill-lighted house. An act had just terminated and he was at liberty to pursue his quest. After scanning two or three tiers of boxes he perceived in one of the largest of these receptacle...

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Off-Broadway

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... venue in New York City with a seating capacity between 100 and 499. These theatres are smaller than Broadway theatre s. An "Off-Broadway produc... ...ith a seating capacity between 100 and 499. These theatres are smaller than Broadway theatre s. An "Off-Broadway production" is a production of a ... ...rring to the location of a venue and its productions on a street intersecting Broadway in Manhattan 's Theater District, the hub of the theatre in... ...stry in the United States, the term later became defined by the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers as a professional venue in New York Cit... ...he United States, the term later became defined by the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers as a professional venue in New York City with a ... ...viously, regardless of the size of the venue, a theatre was not considered Off-Broadway if it was within the "Broadway Box" (extending from 40th to 54... ...uare and 42nd Street ). The contractual definition changed this to encompass theatres meeting the standard, which is beneficial to these theatres be... ...se of the lower minimum required salary for Actors' Equity performers at Off-Broadway theatres as compared with the salary requirements of the union... ... lower minimum required salary for Actors' Equity performers at Off-Broadway theatres as compared with the salary requirements of the union for Broa...

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The Portrait of a Lady : Volume 2

By: Henry James

...fashion; and when he had obtained his admittance—it was one of the secondary theatres—looked about the large, bare, ill−lighted house. An act had just... .... It was not modern, it was not conscious, it would produce no impression in Broadway; the small, serious damsel, in her stiff little dress, only look...

...with the idea of paying them a visit in their box after the easy Italian fashion; and when he had obtained his admittance?it was one of the secondary theatres?looked about the large, bare, ill?lighted house. An act had just terminated and he was at liberty to pursue his quest. After scanning two or three tiers of boxes he perceived in one of the largest of these receptacle...

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Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place

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... Website BroadwayInChicago.com Broadway Playhou... ...r Tower began with performances of The Full Monty.[1] This was followed by Broadway In Chicago productions of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling B... ...ng The rebranded Broadway Playhouse is set to open next to the Water Tower shopping center i... ... in September 2010. On April 6, 2010, Broadway In Chicago announced that it had entered into a long-term agreemen... ...er of the Water Tower Place shopping center, to re-open the theatre as the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place. The newest of 5 theatres operated ... ...he theatre as the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place. The newest of 5 theatres operated by Broadway In Chicago, it is adjacent to the Water Tower... ... Drury Lane Theatres ... ... All articles needing coordinates Theatres in Chicago, Illinois ... ...he theatre as the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place. The newest of 5 theatres operated by Broadway In Chicago, it is adjacent to the Water Tower...

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Poems

By: Walt Whitman

...MEN SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE ANTECEDENTS SALUT AU MONDE A BROADWAY PAGEANT OLD IRELAND BOSTON TOWN FRANCE, THE EIGHTEE... ...fter me in sight for ever, For all the haunts and homes of men. _A BROADWAY PAGEANT._ (RECEPTION OF THE JAPANESE EMBASSY, JUNE 16, 1860.) ... ...ak; When pennants trail, and street-festoons hang from the windows; When Broadway is entirely given up to foot-passengers and foot-standers-- when ... ...every day! Give me such shows! give me the streets of Manhattan! Give me Broadway, with the soldiers marching--give me the sound of the tru... ...h, A hearse and stages--other vehicles give place--the funeral of an old Broadway stage-driver, the cortege mostly drivers. Steady the trot to th... ...nues, amid temples, palaces, factories, libraries, shows, courts, theatres, wonderful monuments. Are those billions of men really gone? A...

...ING FROM PAUMANOK AMERICAN FEUILLAGE THE PAST-PRESENT YEARS OF THE UNPERFORMED FLUX TO WORKING MEN SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE ANTECEDENTS SALUT AU MONDE A BROADWAY PAGEANT...

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Broadway Theatre (53rd Street)

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Poems

By: Walt Whitman

...MEN SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE ANTECEDENTS SALUT AU MONDE A BROADWAY PAGEANT OLD IRELAND BOSTON TOWN FRANCE, THE EIGHTEE... ...fter me in sight for ever, For all the haunts and homes of men. _A BROADWAY PAGEANT._ (RECEPTION OF THE JAPANESE EMBASSY, JUNE 16, 1860.) ... ...ak; When pennants trail, and street-festoons hang from the windows; When Broadway is entirely given up to foot-passengers and foot-standers-- when ... ...every day! Give me such shows! give me the streets of Manhattan! Give me Broadway, with the soldiers marching--give me the sound of the tru... ...h, A hearse and stages--other vehicles give place--the funeral of an old Broadway stage-driver, the cortege mostly drivers. Steady the trot to th... ...nues, amid temples, palaces, factories, libraries, shows, courts, theatres, wonderful monuments. Are those billions of men really gone? A...

...ING FROM PAUMANOK AMERICAN FEUILLAGE THE PAST-PRESENT YEARS OF THE UNPERFORMED FLUX TO WORKING MEN SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE ANTECEDENTS SALUT AU MONDE A BROADWAY PAGEANT 4 OLD IRELAND BOSTON TOWN FRANCE, THE EIGHTEENTH YEAR OF THESE STATES EUROPE, THE SEVENTY-SECOND AND SEVENTY-THIRD YEARS OF THESE STATES TO A FOILED REVOLTER OR REVOLTRESS...

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The Broadway Kids

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...ting company of children, aged 8 to 16, who have performed in at least one Broadway, Off-Broadway or major national touring production. They perform c... ...nging showtunes from various musicals, appearing at special events such as Broadway on Broadway, and have recorded eight Broadway-centric CDs. The Bro... ...ight Broadway-centric CDs. The Broadway Kids have also appeared in the Off-Broadway show The Broadway Kids Sing Broadway, which has been produced in v... ...y show The Broadway Kids Sing Broadway, which has been produced in various theatres in New York and elsewhere. Notable past Broadw... ...rious theatres in New York and elsewhere. Notable past Broadway Kids have included Lacey Chabert (Les Misérables), Andrea Bowen (J... ...(Tarzan). Discography The Broadway Kids Sing Broadway -- 1996, Lightyear The...

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The Lion and the Mouse a Story of an American Life

By: Charles Klein

...rk offices of the Southern and Transcontinental Railroad Company in lower Broadway. The supercilious, well-groomed clerks who, on ordinary days, are... ...owntown like any twenty-dollar-a-week clerk to the tall building in lower Broadway and, closeted with his associates, toiled and plotted to make mor... ...e important particular New York had no peer--in spite of its comfortable theatres and its wicked Tenderloin, and its Rialto made so brilliant at ni... ...he French Republic. Each district in Paris had its own amusement, its own theatres, its own parks. It was not a question of capital refusing to frat... ...had ceased down town and he returned home from the tall building in lower Broadway, then his real work began. The day had been given to mere busines... ...nvenient I should like a personal interview with her at my office, No. 36 Broadway, in relation to her book, 'The American Octopus.' See that it is ... ...DEAR MADAM.--If convenient, I should like to see you at my office, No. 36 Broadway, in relation to your book "The American Octopus." Kindly inform m...

...pter I. There was unwonted bustle in the usually sleepy and dignified New York offices of the Southern and Transcontinental Railroad Company in lower Broadway. The supercilious, well-groomed clerks who, on ordinary days, are far too preoccupied with their own personal affairs to betray the slightest interest in anything not immediately concerning them, now condescended to ...

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List of London venues

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... This is a partial list of entertainment venues in London. Theatres The majority of London's commercial "theatre land" is situated... ...nd Shaftesbury Avenue, the Strand and nearby streets in the West End . The theatres are receiving house s, and often feature transfers of major p... ...lso the category ). The following list also includes the major non-commercial theatres in London, many of which are to be found beyond the West End. ... ...eatres in London, many of which are to be found beyond the West End. West End theatres Also see List of West End theatres for further specification... ...indmill Theatre Wyndham's Theatre Outside the West End Many major important theatres and National venues are sited beyond the traditional West End ... ... ( Brockley )Brookside Theatre, ( Romford )Bush Theatre, ( Shepherds Bush )The Broadway Theatre, ( Catford )Chelsea Theatre, ( Chelsea )Churchill Thea...

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A Book of Operas

By: Henry Edward Krehbiel

...s. The place was the Park Theatre, then situated in Chambers Street, east of Broadway, and the date November 29, 1825. It was not the first performanc... ...st decades of the eighteenth century, were known also in the contemporaneous theatres of Charleston, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. In 1794 th... ...ubject and commissioned Lorenzo da Ponte, then official poet to the imperial theatres of Austria, to write the book of words. In doing so, the latter ... ...usikfreunde, who had recently been appointed secretary of the Austrian court theatres as successor of Kotzebue. Beethoven had gone to live in the thea... ...conventional modern clothes. The lure of realism was not strong in the lyric theatres half a century ago, when laces and frills, top−boots and plumed ... ...ar operas. It is more difficult to recall a season in any of the great lyric theatres of the world within the last thirty−five years in which "Aïda" w... ...n the opera was brought out under the direction of Carl Bergmann, at the old Broadway Theatre. CHAPTER XII. "TANNHAUSER" Nothing could have demonstrat...

...t may, therefore, fittingly take the first place in these operatic studies. The place was the Park Theatre, then situated in Chambers Street, east of Broadway, and the date November 29, 1825....

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League of Resident Theatres

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...fessional theater association of its kind in the United States, with 74 member Theatres located in every major market in the U.S., including 29 states... ...umbia. LORT Theaters collectively issue more Equity contracts to actors than Broadway and commercial tours combined. LORT is also a forum for shari... ...f current and future LORT Managers. LORT serves as a way for member regional theatres to bargain collectively with Actors' Equity Association, The ... ...urdened by what they called Equity's "one production" type of contract used on Broadway.Calta, Louis "26 Stage Troupes Form League to Bargain With Act... ...city.http://www.sdcweb.org/sdc/pdfs/contracts/lort/lort_09_12_agmt.pdf Member theatres There are 74 member theatres listed on the 2013 LORT website: ...

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Strictly Business

By: William Sydney Porter (O’Henry)

...eproachable actresses reserve the comic-landlady part for their mothers on Broadway and their step-aunts on the road. Kyrle Bellew's real name is Boy... ... In order to give himself this pleausre he will often forsake the sunniest Broadway corner between Thirty-fourth and Forty-fourth to attend a matin'ee... ...Play" came back to New York for another run at the roof gardens and summer theatres. There was never any trouble in booking it at the top- notch price... ... a wise child that keeps the stopper in his bottle of testing acid. Where Broadway skirts the corner of the square presided over by George the Veraci... ...nk of beauty. It is my country that claims my devotion." At the corner of Broadway and the Little Rialto the General became involved. The street cars... ...nt to the nearest telephone booth and called up McCrary's caf'e, far up on Broadway. He asked for Jimmy Dunn. "Is that Jimmy Dunn?" asked Kelley. "Y... ...fledged and unrestrained. I sat entranced on the magic carpets provided in theatres and roof-gardens, that transported one into strange and delightful... ...it struts for a brief moment proudly in the glare of the museums and cheap theatres. It may yet become a fit mate for its high-born sister boulevard t... ... a decent apartment house near Westbrook's. The two families often went to theatres and dinners together. Mrs. Dawe and Mrs. Westbrook became "dearest...

...sburg. All shows walk back to New York on tan oxford and railroad ties. Irreproachable actresses reserve the comic-landlady part for their mothers on Broadway and their step-aunts on......

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American Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres

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... NBC. In the mid-1950s, ABC merged with the theater chain United Paramount Theatres, a former subsidiary of the film studio Paramount Pictures. Leonar... ...C sold its theater operation division to Henry Plitt, who renamed it Plitt Theatres. In the 1980s, after buying an 80% stake in the cable sports chann... ... 1.3 1950s: Merger with United Paramount Theatres 1.3.1 Hollyw... ...nd news in others. 1950s: Merger with United Paramount Theatres A former Param... ...itrust laws.[13] 1501 Broadway served as the corporate headquarters for American Broadcasting-Par... ...eatres, Inc. The new company was based in Paramount's headquarters at 1501 Broadway in New York,[37] and owned six AM radio stations and many FM ones,... ... ABC also owns the Times Square Studios at 1500 Broadway on land owned by a development fund for the 42nd Street Project; i... ...itrust laws.[13] 1501 Broadway served as the corporate headquarters for American Broadcasting-Par... ...eatres, Inc. The new company was based in Paramount's headquarters at 1501 Broadway in New York,[37] and owned six AM radio stations and many FM ones,...

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Psmith, Journalist

By: P. G. Wodehouse

...alism. Everything seemed much as usual in the city. The cars ran blithely on Broadway. Newsboys shouted "Wux−try!" into the ears of nervous pedestrian... ...e cake−walks in the street. No cow−boy has let off his revolver at random in Broadway. The cables flash the message across the ocean, 'Psmith is losin... ... by such means. But Mr. Jarvis's reputation was far from being purely local. Broadway knew him, and the Tenderloin. Tammany Hall knew him. Long Island... ...ght of the building is Seventh Avenue, quiet, dark, and dull. To the left is Broadway, the Great White Way, the longest, straightest, brightest, wicke... ... in the world. Psmith and Billy, having left the Astor, started to walk down Broadway to Billy's lodgings in Fourteenth Street. The usual crowd was dr... ...nts. Master Maloney was an earnest student of the drama, as exhibited in the theatres of the East Side, and few had ever applauded the hero of "Escape...

...ould not have known it, but a great crisis was imminent in New York journalism. Everything seemed much as usual in the city. The cars ran blithely on Broadway. Newsboys shouted ?Wux?try!? into the ears of nervous pedestrians with their usual Caruso?like vim. Society passed up and down Fifth Avenue in its automobiles, and was there a furrow of anxiety upon Society?s brow? N...

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The Broadway (theatre)

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... The Broadway The Broadway Theatre ... ...dway Theatre Address Broadway Barking, London ... ... www.thebroadwaybarking.com The Broadway is a performance venue in Barking town cen... ... The Broadway is a performance venue in Barking town centre. Previously known as The Broadway Theatre, the building was a 'municipal hal... ... Herrmann Photo Tour:London Retrieved April 11, 2007 "From Broadway to Barking" Citizen Magazine - March 2004.... ... Theatres in London ... ... Delfont Mackintosh Theatres ... ... Nimax Theatres ... ... Really Useful Group Theatres ...

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The Lion and the Mouse

By: Charles Rann Kennedy

... York offices of the Southern and Transcontinental Railroad Company in lower Broadway. The supercilious, well−groomed clerks who, on ordinary days, ar... ...t downtown like any twenty−dollar−a−week clerk to the tall building in lower Broadway and, closeted with his associates, toiled and plotted to make mo... ...is one important particular New York had no peer in spite of its comfortable theatres and its wicked Tenderloin, and its Rialto made so brilliant at n... ...f the French Republic. Each district in Paris had its own amusement, its own theatres, its own parks. It was not a question of capital refusing to fra... ...fe had ceased down town and he returned home from the tall building in lower Broadway, then his real work began. The day had been given to mere busine... ... convenient I should like a personal interview with her at my office, No. 36 Broadway, in relation to her book, 'The American Octopus.' See that it is... ...ws: DEAR MADAM. If convenient, I should like to see you at my office, No. 36 Broadway, in relation to your book "The American Octopus." Kindly inform ...

...er One. There was unwonted bustle in the usually sleepy and dignified New York offices of the Southern and Transcontinental Railroad Company in lower Broadway. The supercilious, well?groomed clerks who, on ordinary days, are far too preoccupied with their own personal affairs to betray the slightest interest in anything not immediately concerning them, now condescended to ...

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Majestic Theatre (Broadway)

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... Type Broadway Capacity ... ... www.shubertorganization.com/theatres/majestic The Majestic Theatre... ...es/majestic The Majestic Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 245 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It i... ...ted at 245 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It is one of the largest Broadway theatres with 1,645 seats, and traditionally has been used as a ve... ...5 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It is one of the largest Broadway theatres with 1,645 seats, and traditionally has been used as a venue for m... ...12 performances to date, it is currently the longest-running production in Broadway history. Contents ... ... Further reading Morrison, William. Broadway Theatres: History and Architecture. New York: Dover Publications (... ... Further reading Morrison, William. Broadway Theatres: History and Architecture. New York: Dover Publications (1999) ISB... ... Broadway theatres ...

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