2 edition of history of variety-vaudeville in Seattle from the beginning to 1914 found in the catalog.
history of variety-vaudeville in Seattle from the beginning to 1914
Eugene C. Elliott
Bibliography: p. 81-83. Bibliographical foot-notes.
|Statement||by Eugene Clinton Elliott.|
|Series||University of Washington publications in drama,, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||PN2277.S45 E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 83,  p.|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||a 44003172|
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The Seattle Turn Verein reoccupied it fromwhen it became the Jefferson Theatre from (See "Eugene Clinton Elliott, A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle from the Beginning toAppendix I, [Seattle: University of Washington Press, ], p) PCAD id: Sources: Eugene Clinton Elliott, A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle, From the Beginning to (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ); Paul de Barros, Jackson Street After Hours (Seattle: Sasquatch Books, ); Quincy Jones, Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones (New York: Random House, ); James Bush, Encyclopedia of Northwest Music (Seattle: Sasquatch.
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A history of variety-vaudeville in Seattle from the beginning Elliott, Eugene C. (Eugene Clinton), View full. Sources: Sidney Warren, Farthest Frontier: The Pacific Northwest (New York: Macmillan Company ), ; Howard F.
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Betweenthe building's gable ends, had the words "Madison Park Theatre" painted. (See "Eugene Clinton Elliott, A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle from the Beginning toAppendix I, [Seattle: University of Washington Press, ], p) This entertainment venue closed c.and the space was reused as a beer hall.
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Film, which didn’t get a voice of its own until the late s, was throughout the early s often run on the same program as vaudeville (the 20th century name for “Variety.”) As Eugene Elliott notes in his A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle, it was “the motion picture that freed variety from the saloon.
The darkened house. Any discussion of Variety Vaudeville Theater in American history must certainly include the name Orpheum. It is virtually synonymous with the mixed-program “clean” houses, which began in the nineteenth century musichall and ended in the twentieth century moviehouse.
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Top Full text of "Variety (August )". Balasis family acrobatic act was performed by the Balasic family who were performers who specialized in acrobatics and appeared in variety shows, vaudeville theaters and circuses of Europe, Canada and America from the early s to with a special feat billed as "The Boys With The Steel Heads", "The World's Only Head to Head Jugglers".
In his “A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle”, Eugene Clinton Elliott lists a few of the acts that reached its stage.
Norris’s Educated Dog Show appeared inand the following year Professor Gentry’s Equine and Canine Paradox kept the mysterious animals coming. Ina history of Seattle vaudeville, A History of Variety: Vaudeville in Seattle from the Beginning to by Eugene C.
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Vaudeville (/ ˈ v ɔː d (ə) v ɪ l /; French:) is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment born in France at the end of the 19th century.
A vaudeville was originally a comedy without psychological or moral intentions, based on a comical situation: a kind of dramatic composition or. Zhou-Brown - Arts Integration in Elementary Curriculum: Source httpwwwdoksinet Arts Integration in Elementary Curriculum Molly Zhou David Brown Source httpwwwdoksinet Arts Integration in Elementary Curriculum edited by Molly Zhou Dalton State College.Tony Pastor was the first to present vaudeville to a respectable audience and went down in history as the "father of vaudeville" (Nilsen, ).
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