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Early Kansas City Theaters
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TitleEarly Kansas City Theaters
AbstractThis book contains information about early theater in Kansas City, including facts concerning the local theaters of the 19th and early 20th century. These theaters include: Auditorium, Century, Coates Opera House, Folly, Frank's Hall, Gilliss Opera House, Grand Opera House, Mainstreet, Ninth Street, Orpheum, Shubert, Standard, Theatre Comique, Warder Grand Opera House, and Willis Wood. Other entertainment venues mentioned include: Crystal Palace, Cyclorama, and Convention Hall (where "The Miracle" stage production was held). Also vaudeville is discussed in the book. See book index for pages.
AuthorFelicia Hardison Londre
Date2007
SourceThe Enchanted Years of the Stage: Kansas City at the Crossroads of American Theater, 1870-1930
LocationMVSC 792.09778 L84E
PublisherUniversity of Missouri Press
PageSee book index.
SubjectTheaters
Entertainment
Vaudeville shows
Local SubjectAuditorium Theater
Century Theater
Coates Opera House
Folly Theater
Frank's Hall
Gillis Opera House
Grand Opera House
Mainstreet Theater
9th Street Theater
Orpheum Theater (9th Street)
Orpheum Theater (Baltimore Avenue)
Shubert Theater
Willis Wood Theater
Warder Grand Opera House
Standard Theatre
Comique Theater
Crystal Palace
Cyclorama
Convention Hall
Vaudeville
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeBook Section
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Item ID217395
CONTENTdm number36949
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