Liberty Theater, New York, New York, USA - June 19, 1916

New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

LIBERTY THEATER

42nd Street West of Broadway
KLAW & ERLANGER, Managers


New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

"Le Tale pour être 'Chic' le Tale doit être du tale français." -- Kerkoff, Paris.
TRANSLATION -- Talc to be "smart" Talc must be Franch Talc.

Djer-Kiss TALC

From France, where "toiletry is art," comes Djer-iss Talc. Its fineness, its fragrance, its art, are French. Its creator -- Kerkoff, the great master of the toilet graces.

ALFRED H. SMITH CO.
Sole Importers     New York


New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

LIBERTY THEATRE
KLAW & ERLANGER - - - - - MANAGERS
The Klaw & Erlanger Amusement Co., Owners.

CAN BE EMPTIED IN LESS THAN THREE MINUTES. LOOK AROUND NOW, CHOOSE THE NEAREST EXIT TO YOUR SEAT, AND IN CASE OF DISTURBANCE OF ANY KIND, TO AVOID THE DANGERS OF PANIC, WALK (DO NOT RUN) TO THAT EXIT.

WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1916
Matinee Every Day, 2:20 P.M., Including Sundays.

The NATIONAL DRAMA CORPORATION
PRESENTS
A STORY OF THE ORIGIN AND DESTINY OF OUR REPUBLIC
THE FALL OF A NATION

BY
THOMAS DIXON
MUSIC BY VICTOR HERBERT

Directed bby the Author, assisted by Bartley Cushing.

Principal Persons of the Prologue:
Time -- 1620 - 1905.

The Martyr Betty Starr
Roger Williams Robert Chandler
Louis XIV Thomas Richardson
Madame de Maintenon Elizabeth B. Gold
Thomas Jefferson Herman Lucas
Alexander I. of Russia Charles Drew
Frederick William III. of Prussia William E. Parsons
Francis I. of Austria Carl Lampman
James Monroe J. H. Johnson
Abraham Lincoln Clarence G. Barr
Carl Schurz C. E. Graezinger
Maximillian of Austria Harold James

PRINCIPAL PERSONS OF THE PLAY:
Time -- Present and Future.
CHARLES WALDRON, an American traitor PERCY STANDING
ARNOLD, his confidential adviser C. H. GELDERT
MEYER, of Arnold's staff H. O. WHITEHEAD
MORA, of Arnold's staff JAMES PHILLIPS
COL. SMYTHE, of the invading army A. VON HARDER
CAPT. WEIR, of the invading army GEORGE KING
JOH VASSAR, an East Side Congressman FRANK JOHSON
ZONIA, his niece LEILA FROST
MARYA, his niece EDNA MAE WILSON
WANDA, their cook JUNE CONGREVE
HON. PLATO BARKER, a politician JOS. H. HAZELTON
REV. A CUTHBERT PIKE, a pacifist O. B. NAIR
   

 

New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

VIRGINIA HOLLAND, a leader of women LORRAINE HULING
FRANK HOLLAND, her father ARTHUR WHITING
MRS. HOLLAND, her mother CORA DREW
BILLY HOLLAND, her brother PAUL WILLIS
PETER, their butler  GEORGE BLACKWELL
SCHULTZ, a loyal German-American BURTON WILSON
MRS. SCHULTZ, his wife MILDRED BRACKEN
LITTLE "SAUSAGE" SCHULTZ B. BURNS
TOMMASO, a loyal Italian-American PHILLIP GASTROCK
LITTLE TOMMASO, his bambino M. GIROCI
ANGELA, his wife FLORA MacDONALD

Daughters of Jael:

Irene Aldwyn, Joyce Ashe, Mildred Bell, Helen Bruneau, Liane Carrera, Dixie Chene, bonita Darling, dorothy Deane, Clara Dray, Billy DeSosa, Elsie DeWolfe, Dawn Dexter, Doris Fellows, Maida Firth, Eva Fox, Emma Flored, Clarice Gerdes, Cyrene Harley, Rita Highby, Betty Hunt, Grace Jones, Golda Madden Bonnie McDonald, Julia Mason, Margaret Manning, Rose manning Jean Monroe, Beth Mayer, helen Osmond, Inez Osborne, Florence Rosee, jewel ridings, Marjorie Riley, Vera Steadma, Carol Siclair, Hazel Stark, Alma Spinak, Virgina Southern, Mildred Temple, Grace Thompson, Lorraine Thompson, Mercedes Temple, Gladys Thomas, Jane Thomas, Vivian Weir, Adrienne Wally, Marion Hyams.

Kings, Princes, Courtiers, President, Citizens, Soldiers.

Division Into Acts:

PROLOGUE -- THE ORIGIN OF OUR REPUBLIC.

ACT I. -- A NATION FALLS.

ACT II. -- THE UPRISING

NOTE -- Curtain drops after the Prologue merely to mark the lapse of time. Intermission of 10 minutes after Act I.

Photographed by William C. Thompson and John W. Boyle.
Art Director G. H. Percival
Technical Director H. L. Jackson
Projection by Simplex Machines installed by B. F. Porter.

Executive Staff for National Drama Corporation:
Business Manager Wayland Taylor
General Press Represetative Henry MacMahon
Musical Conductor Harold Sanford


New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

ORCHESTRA
Exits 1, 2, 3, 4 and 18 lead to (sic)

BALCONY
Exits 7 and 10 lead to 42nd Street
Exits 5, 6, 8, and 9 lead t 41st Street


New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

GALLERY
Exits 14 and 17 lead to 42nd Street.
Exits 11, 12, 13, 15 and 16 lead to 41st Street.

RED LIGHTS INDICATE EXITS



New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

Libby's
Hawaiian Pineapple

Exquisitely Delicious
Surprisingly Economical
Eight Generous Slices to the Can


New York Liberty Theatre program for THE FALL OF A NATION (1916), week of June 19, 1916

Murad The Turkish Cigarette 15¢
Everywhere Why?

Anargyros
Makers of the Highest Grade Turkish and Egyptian Cigarettes in the World


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