en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brook_Arts_Center

Brook Arts Center, formerly Brook Theatre (opened 19 January 1927), is a historic theater in Bound Brook, New Jersey. It was designed by William E. Lehman. Originally a 1,300-seat vaudeville house, the theater was the hub of a theater ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaudeville

Vaudeville is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment born in France at the end of the 18th ... 1 Etymology; 2 Beginnings; 3 Popularity; 4 Selected vaudeville artists; 5 Immigrant America; 6 Decline .... The capital of the big time was New York City's Palace Theatre (or just "The Palace" in the slang of vaudevillians), built by ...

www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2018-12/alamo-vaudeville-season-5

Dec 8, 2018 ... Reserved Seating Tickets: $29.50 Returning to San Antonio for another great show this year, Courvier Productions is pleased to present Alamo ...

usa.usembassy.de/arts-theater.htm

Arts in America - Theater: Playwrights Old & New (IIP) CD ... Audiences could choose between legitimate theater, ballet, vaudeville, burlesque, and opera. In the ...

academycenter.org/the-restoration-of-the-1905

Closed in 1958, the theatre is now under restoration to return the building to its original ... artists to full musicals with casts of up to a hundred performers, and the hit ... actress ETHEL BARRYMORE, top vaudeville act THE DOLLY SISTERS (8),  ...

sites.utexas.edu/ransomcentermagazine/2018/01/29/exhibition-shares-the-story-of-vaudeville

Jan 29, 2018 ... “Vaudeville was a snapshot of America in the moment it was happening,” says Eric Colleary, Cline Curator of Theatre and Performing Arts at ...

reglenna.com/history

The theater now operated by The Reg was first opened in Jamestown, New York, on February 5, 1923, as The Palace Theatre – a “high-class vaudeville house.

www.uncovercolorado.com/performing-arts/glenwood-vaudeville-revue

The Glenwood Vaudeville takes you on a good ride when this form of performance art was on its highest peak.

www.continuum.umn.edu/2013/01/exhibit-features-scenic-sketches-from-early-theatre-vaudeville-era

Jan 15, 2013 ... The exhibit is guest curated by Professor C. Lance Brockman of the University's Department of Theatre Arts and Dance. It runs from Jan.