|Flyer, "The pink lady," Colonial Theatre, week of January 15, 1912|
This is a flyer for a production of "The Pink Lady," a musical comedy. Below the name of the play is further information about the playwrights, musical directors, and conductor. Underneath this information, in smaller print, is the cast list, printed in the order in which they are to have appeared in the play. Below the cast list, is the list of the acts and musical numbers. This flyer is approximately 12 cm wide and 30 cm tall.
Beige ticket stub, approximately 3 cm tall and 3 cm wide, with red highlights (most likely from its proximity to crepe paper on the scrapbook page). Printed on stub in black ink at the top is "P 25" below that "Left" below that "Floor" at the very bottom one can barely make out the word "Evening" along the tear of the stub. (Finding aid states the stub is from the Colonial Theatre).
|Flyer, Colonial Theatre, "The red widow," week of September 25, 1911 |
This is a flyer for the Colonial Theatre's production of "The Red Widow." Printed on the back of the flyer is a seating chart and map of the theater's entrances and exits. This flyer is approximately 12 cm wide and 30 cm tall, unfolded.
|Program, "Sweethearts," Colonial Theatre, week of May 12, 1913|
This is a program for "Sweethearts," an operetta staged at the Colonial Theatre, Boston. The cover is printed in blue, green and red inks, while the contents are printed on white paper with black ink. The cover depicts a man and woman dressed in colonial garb; the woman is seated, and the man is leaning against her chair. Below this scene, "Colonial Theatre" is printed in red ink. At the bottom of the cover, the words "Charles Frohman and William Harris, Lessees & Mgr's." are printed. The contents of the program include a cast list, a synopsis of scenes and characters, and a number of advertisements. The program is approximately 14 cm wide by 19 cm tall.
|Program, "The rose maid," Colonial Theatre|
This is the program for a play, "The Rose Maid." The front and back covers are printed in color while the pages inside are in black and white. The program has 34 pages and includes the cast and the synopsis. It is approximately 20 cm tall and 14 cm wide.
|Program, "The slim princess," Colonial Theatre, 1911|
This is page 19 of a Colonial Theatre program for the week of November 13, 1911 that details the cast list for "The Slim Princess," "A Comic Opera in Three Acts." It is approximately 20 cm tall and 12 cm wide.
|Ticket stub, Colonial Theatre|
Blue ticket stub, approximately 3 cm tall and 3 cm wide, with black printed matter on it in four distinct sections. Top section: "Fri. Eve. May, 16." Next section down: (printed vertically) "Right Center" "G 9" Next section down: "Balcony." Bottom section: "16 Colonial Theatre." Colonial is printed over Theatre and the stub is ripped so most of the word "Theatre" is gone.
|Program, Charles Frohman presents Donald Brian in the musical play in three acts, "The siren"|
This is a program from a 1912 production of "The Siren" by Leo Stein and A.M. Willner at the Colonial Theatre. It lists the cast and the scenes.