3 edition of Klaw & Erlanger present famous plays in pictures found in the catalog.
Klaw & Erlanger present famous plays in pictures
|Statement||by Kemp R. Niver ; edited by Bebe Bergsten.|
|Contributions||Niver, Kemp R.|
|LC Classifications||PN1999.K5 K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||75044556|
Concert program featuring a performance by coloratura soprano Luisa Tetrazzini as presented by The Tivoli Opera Company. Also featured in the performance were Yves Nat, pianist, Emilio Puyans, flutist and M. Mascal, baritone. Ben-Hur was an theatrical adaption of the novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ () by Lew story was dramatized by William W. Young and produced by Marc Klaw and A. L. stage production was notable for its elaborate use of spectacle, including live horses for the famous chariot hippodrama had six acts with incidental music written Genre: Hippodrama, Melodrama.
A Seattle entrepreneur enriched by the Klondike gold rich, Cort, unlike his competitors Klaw & Erlanger and the Shuberts, specialized in promoting a national circuit of legitimate theater. No musicals for the Cort Circuit! (The Cort Theatre, on West 48th Street, is still hammering out dramas to this day.). Condition: 12 X 10 inches, ribbon bound; VG, ribbon is broken but present Illustrated with 17 photographs from the famous stage version of General Wallace's classic, later the basis for two spectacular motion pictures View more info.
(By the way, there was alsoÂ a Klaw Theatre just a block away.) Below: Anthony Dumas sketches from of the Erlanger Theatre and the Little Theatre (later the Helen Hayes). Later that year the name would switch to the St. James in tribute to a famous London theater of that same name. Courtesy the Museum of the City of New York. With its record-setting budget, box office, and Oscar haul, the Charlton Heston version of Ben-Hur is the one that gets all the attention. But this week's new incarnation, with Jack Huston in.
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Klaw and Erlanger was an entertainment management and production partnership of Marc Klaw and Abraham Lincoln Erlanger based in New York City from through While running their own considerable and multi-faceted theatrical businesses on Broadway, they were key figures in the Theatrical Syndicate, the lucrative booking monopoly for first-class legitimate.
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62). (McClelland & Stewart $) Indefatigable Kemp R. Niver, assisted by Bebe Bergsten, continues to explore Hollywood's past in a new book, KLAW & ERLANGER PRESENT FAMOUS PLAYS IN PICTURES. This fascinating and meticulously researched work deals with K & E's highly successful film, The Passion Play, and their later movie productions.
About this Item: Klaw & Erlanger, NY, paperback. First Edition. 12 X 10 inches, ribbon bound; VG, ribbon is broken but present. Illustrated with 17 photographs from the famous stage version of General Wallace's classic, later the basis for two spectacular motion pictures.
Klaw & Erlanger present Otis Skinner in "Kismet," produced and managed by Harrison Grey Fiske Summary Group portrait, possibly of cast and crew, assembled in front of the Broadway Theatre.
Contributor Names Mile High Photo Co., photographer. Souvenir album featuring scenes from Klaw & Erlanger's production on Broadway of Gen.
Lew Wallace's "Ben-Hur." Of local interest, William S. Hart created the role of Messala (see photo below) and played with the troupe for the first two years of "Ben-Hur's" year run ( and ). Forty pages, 10x12 inches. Klaw The pioneers of theatrical monopoly were Marc Klaw and Abraham Lincoln evil-sounding names like “Klaw and Erlanger”, they just had to be villains.
Erlanger (who decorated his offices with portraits and busts of his hero Napoleon Bonaparte) had once been employed as an agent, p.r. man and manager.
Kalem viewed the production as inexpensive and hoped to turn a quick profit, due to the phenomenal success of the book and stage play. However, Kalem neglected to seek permission from the Wallace estate, Harper & Bros.
(publishers of Ben-Hur), or Klaw & Erlanger (producers of the stage play) to adapt the work into a motion picture. Early motion pictures: the paper print collection in the Library of Congress: The first twenty years; a segment of film history: The first twenty years / by Kemp R.
Niver. - Los Angeles, cop. In the beginning; program notes to accompany one hundred early motion pictures: Klaw & Erlanger present famous plays in pictures: Mary Pickford.
Grand Operas Most Dazzling Luminaries of the Present Day. Fifty Years in Theatrical Management (Classic Reprint) ﬁre ﬁrm ﬁrst appearance ﬁve Frank friends Frohman George Grand Opera House Harry Hayman Henry interest James John joined Klaw & Erlanger known late later Lawrence Barrett leading leased London Louis M.
The Gaiety was a Klaw and Erlanger theater in which Cohan had an interest, but The George M. Cohan Theater was strictly his own. Cohan followed this hit with The Little Millionaire. The most memorable feature of this show is that it was to include the last stage performances of Jerry and Nellie Cohan, George M.'s parents, who had been his.
Ben-Hur color lithograph Broadway Theatre poster from of Klaw & Erlanger's production of the popular novel by Lew Wallace, dramatized by William Young, Esquire.
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Search. Creates compositional "pictures" on stage. composer. Writes the music Andrew Lloyd Webber is most famous. Klaw and Erlanger were in charge Managers lockout: our way or the highway 14 years (). Produced by Klaw & Erlanger. () Stage Play: The Rogers Brothers in Harvard.
Musical/farce. Book by John J. McNally. Lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin and Edward Gardenier. Additional lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Music and musical direction by Maurice Levi.
Directed by Ben Teal. Knickerbocker Theatre: 1 Sep 25 Oct (63 performances). George Peck's grand revival of Stetson's Uncle Tom's cabin booked by Klaw & Erlanger. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress) Sombrero de Copa, Chistera, Galera o Top Hat.
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Hart (as Messala, not as Ben-Hur) and produced by Klaw & Erlanger. It was dramatized by William W. Young based on the novel, Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ, written by Lew Wallace. Hart would eventually star as leading roles in silent films such as The Aryan inand become a silent screen cowboy hero.
Klaw & Erlanger was the New York City based Brand: Zazzle.Wrote 25 plays, Abandoned verse as "unsuitable to creating the illusion of reality, Wrote works that established him as a radical thinker. Made prevailing ideology the cause of the social ills in his plays.
Basic theme of all his plays: struggle for integrity, conflict between duty to self and to others. Contributed to the Development of Realism.Famous actors of the day in America by Lewis Clinton Strang direction W.H.
Rapley, business management W.H. Fowler. Klaw and Erlanger present Otis Skinner (by arrangement with Charles Frohman) in an 'Arabian Night' "Kismet," by Edward Knoblauch, produced and managed by Harrison Grey Fiske The Julia Arthur book: a collection of pictures.