Vaudeville is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment. It was especially popular
in the United ... of variety entertainment; compared to saloons, music halls, and
burlesque houses, which catered...
Feb 21, 2007 ... Early sound film of comedian Eddie Cantor. Cantor went on to become the
highest paid comedian of the 1930s, making several hit movies for ...
Mar 6, 2012 ... Here are two rolls from the era of the Vaudeville and Minstrel Musicals. Take a
musical trip to a simpler time and read the lyrics for more ...
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American Vaudeville, more so than any other mass entertainment, grew out of the
... "cleaner" presentations of variety entertainment, while saloons, music-halls, ...
A History of The Musical ... Meeting a Need; Calling it Vaudeville; Keeping It
Clean; Working the Circuits; Small ... The origins of the term vaudeville are
Music, often with comedic content, that was performed in American musical
theaters ... On the Level You're a Little Devil: Songs of Vaudeville and Tin Pan
Vaudeville, a farce with music. In the United States the term connotes a light
entertainment popular from the mid-1890s until the early 1930s that consisted of
Music hall, vaudeville, and burlesque were popular forms of entertainment that
developed in the19th century. They were designed meet the needs of the masses
English music halls began calling their light, popular variety shows "vaudeville,"
using the word in the sense we know today. MODERN VAUDEVILLE'S PARENT