Strand Theatre, New York City, New York - April 16, 1927

Strand Theatre program

MARK STRAND THEATRE

BROADWAY AT 47th St., NEW YORK
Proper Presentation of the Photo-Dramatic Art


Strand Theatre program

MARK STRAND THEATRE CORP.

Direction Stanley Company of America

FIRE NOTICE -- Look around Now and choose the exit nearest to your seat, in case of fire, walk (not run) to that exit. do not try to beat your neighbor to the street. JOHN J. DORMAN, Fire Commissioner

ANNIVERSARY WEEK PROGRAM
BEGINNING SATURDAY APRIL 16th, 1927

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM EVERY SATURDAY

JOSEPH PLUNKETT'S STAGE PRESENTATIONS

Conceived and Produced by MR. PLUNKETT
Costumes and Scenes Designed by HENRY DREYFUSS
Ballets by ANATOL BOURMAN
Music by JACQUES GRUNBERG
Arranged by Cecil Copping
Costumes by Kitty Rampone, Mme. Pons Eaves and Brooks
Light Effects by Display Stage Lighting Co.
Scenes Executed by Gates and Morange

MOE MARK, Vice-President and General Manager
JOSEPH PLUNKETT, Managing Director

1. OVERTURE-BALLET
"SECOND HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY" ..... Liszt
Presented for the first time in this form
MLLE. KLEMOVA
NIKOLAS DAKS, GEORGE KIDDON and AUGMENTED BALLET CORPS
MARK STRAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CARL EDOUARGE, Musical Director
ALOIS REISER, Conductor
William Storch     Concert Master
Cecil Copping     Orchestration & Composition

2. The First Appearance at the Mark Strand
EMMA TRENTINI
Petite Prima Donna of the Opera
ERIC ZARDO
Eminent Concert Pianist
(Baldwin Piano Used)

3. MARK STRAND TOPICAL REVIEW
Pictorial News of the World Presented as Fast as Modern Equipment Can Deliver

4. "A NIGHT IN BOHEMIA"
(a) "A Little Love, A Little Kiss"
TOSHA SAMAROV, Violinist
(b) "CHERIE"
Margaret Schilling and Male Chorus
(c) JOSE and PEPITA
(d) "SWEET MARIE"
Percy Hemus and Male Chorus
(e) DOLORES FARRIS
(f) JACK DURANT
(g) Finale
Male Chorus and Ballet

5. John McCormick Presents
COLLEEN MOORE
in
"ORCHIDS AND ERMINE"
With Jack Mulhall

Story and Scenario by Carey Wilson
An Alfred Santell Production
A First National Picture

THE CAST

"Pink" Watson

Colleen Moore

Richard Tabor

Jack Mulhall

Hank

Sam Hardy

Ermintrude

Gwen Lee

The Vamp

Alma Bennett

The Modiste

Hedda Hopper

Mrs. McGinnis

Kate Price

Leander Blom

Jed Prouty

Mrs. Blom

Emily Fitzroy

Hattie

Caroline Snowden

A Telephone Operator

Yola D'Avril

The Chauffeur

Brooks Benedict

6. "DO YOU REMEMBER?"

A compilation of interesting scenes from the first feature pictures played at the Mark Strand Theatre in 1914.

7. ORGAN SOLO
WALTER WILD, FREDERICK SMITH     Organists

PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Story and Clark Piano Used

BEGINNING SATURDAY: First Time at Popular Prices: SYD CHAPLIN in "THE BETTER 'OLE"

COMING: DOLORES DEL RIO and ROD LA ROCQUE in "RESURRECTION"

COMING: HARRY LANGDON in his new comedy "HIS FIRST FLAME"


Strand Theatre program

MARK STRAND
"A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"

FIRE EXIT DIAGRAM


Colleen Moore in ORCHIDS AND ERMINE (1927)

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