Shea's Buffalo Theatre, Buffalo, New York - March 8, 1926
One of the PUBLIX Theatres
Easter is just around the corner - don't let it catch you unprepared.
We are ready now with the most charmingly smart collection of dresses, coats, suits and hats we have ever assembled. Prices are surprisingly moderate. Do come in soon.
PRICES OF ADMISSION
to 1:30 p.m . . . 30c
to 1:30 p.m. . . . 40c
Beginning Next Monday, March 13th
Masterpiece of Raoul Walsh, who made "The Thief of Bagdad."
"A GARDEN FESTIVAL"
and staged by Frank Cambria.
pensive painter of the gaiety of the 17th century - an artist who
gave joy to the generation temporarily dull and morose.
. . . . . Carl
"Oberon" was Weber's last opera. The libretto, the work of Planche, is founded on an old French romance, "Huon of Bordeaux." It is a fanciful fairy tale, involving a quarrel of the Fairy king and Titania, and various exploits of one Sir Huon in Bagdad seeking the hand of Rezia, the Caliph's daughter, under fairy guidance, but against eventful opposition from Babakan, her suitor. It was produced in London a short time before the composer's death.
2.SHEA'S BUFFALO THEATRE NEWS AND VIEWS
Compiled and arranged from Pathe News, International News, Kinograms, Fox News and Pathe Review.
3."A Castilian Fantasy," with Jack Holland and Jean Berry, and the ADREINNI TROUBADOURS.
4.TOPICS OF THE DAY
SOLO, "Smile a Little Bit."
7.M. SHEA AND PUBLIX THEATRES present
MOMENTS FROM GRAND OPERA"
Musical arrangement by Nathaniel Finston, General Musical Director, With Greorges Dufranne, Arturo Imperato, Ceasar Nesi, Freda Weber, Carl Bitterl, Leonora Cori, Margaret Ringo, Fauna Gressier
Prayer Scene from "CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA." Mascagni.
from "IL TROVATORE" Verdi
Scene from "FAUST." Gounod.
ENSEMBLE - Sopranos - Pearl Johnson, Nora Brandon, Gloria Doranna, Nora Klein. Contraltos - Sonia Essen, Helene Koster, Viola Robertson, Zara Jay. First Tenors - W. J. Colleta, Joseph Stein, Herman Aschbaucher. Second Tenors - Louis Leipson, Don Bernard. Baritones -Attilio D'Amico, Harold Kravitt, Benjamin Landsman, Bass - Ben Trottman. Prologue - George Dayton.
8.VAN BIBBER COMEDY, "The Sky Jumper."
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