Rivoli Theatre, New York, New York - August 10, 1919
Broadway at 49nd Street
Operated in conjunction with THE RIALTO, Times Square
This theatre, with every seat occupied, can be emptied in less than three minutes. Choose the nearest exit and, in case of need, walk quietly (do not run) to that exit, to avoid panic.
PROGRAM CHANGED EVERY SUNDAY
EVENINGS Orchestra 60 Cents Admission 54
cents War Tax 6 cents
MATINEES Orchestra 30 Admission 27 cents War
Tax 3 cents
LOGES Always one dollar Admission 90 cents War Tax 10 cents
The Rivoli opens at noon daily; performances start at 12 noon, 2:15, * 4:15, 7:30* and 9:30* p.m. Sunday first performance starts at 1. Asterisks indicate full presentations with orchestra, soloists, color harmonies and scenic effects. Setting for intermediary performances is played by J. Van Cleft Cooper, organist.
Program Week of August 10th, 1919
The lure of southern melodies -- including not only the negro plantation melodies, but other songs, especially those of Stephen Foster -- has influenced many composers to use them in orchestral and other works. In this rhapsody Hosmer has caught the true spirit of the South
2. "SEPARATE TRAILS"
3. GREEK EVANS baritone
4. RIVOLI PICTORIAL
5. ATHENS BUCKLEY dramatic soprano
6. WILLIAM S. HART
Buckskin Hamilton WILLIAM S. HART
7. VINCENT BACH trumpet soloist
8. "FOXY AMBROSE"
9. ORGAN SOLO
Poster creations by Claude Millard
Patrons are entitled to prompt, efficient and courteous service. Payment of gratuities to ushers or other employees is unnecessary. Patrons are asked to report any employee guilty of coercion. The theatre will not be responsible for belongings of patrons unless left in check room. Program subject to change without notice, at discretion of management.
KNABE POANO USED
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