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1. A Natural-Born Theater Man A Natural-Born Theater Man August 12, 2007 The Theater League, directed by founder and president Mark Edelman, brought musicals and plays to Kansas City from 1977 until 2007. From 1977 to 198,1 performances took place at the Lyric Theater, then...

2. Coates Opera House Coates Opera House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Coates Opera House with no image, only text. Front of card says: "Coates Opera House, One Week and Saturday Matinee. Commencing March 25th. Preliminary Announcement / of the Coming...

3. Cowtown in the Spotlight Cowtown in the Spotlight May 22, 2010 Kansas City's theater scene has attracted the attention of New York critics. The reputation of The "Rep" (Kansas City Repertory Theatre) has grown, and New York critics have given its productions excellent...

4. Military Musicale at Mrs. B. T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B. T. Whipple's Residence June 9, [1917] Exterior view which includes a partial residence view and a military band believed to be the Third Regiment Band seated on the lawn. Believed to be the home of Mrs. B. T. Whipple located at 4538 Warwick...

5. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9, [1917] Exterior lawn, reception scene with individuals in view under a canopy tent. Identified as "Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's." According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical...

6. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior lawn, reception scene with child and adult in view under a canopy tent. Identified as "Home at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's." According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical...

7. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior lawn, pagaent scene. According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical to benefit Battery D. Mo. F.A. was held in conjunction with the Kansas City Chapter of the DAR...

8. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior view which includes a partial residence scene and a lawn tent. Believed to be the home of Mrs. B. T. Whipple located at 4538 Warwick Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. According to information...

9. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior view which includes a partial residence view and a military band believed to be the Third Regiment Band seated on the lawn. Believed to be the home of Mrs. B. T. Whipple located at 4538 Warwick...

10. Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence June 9 [1917] Exterior view which includes a partial view believed to be the home of Mrs. B. T. Whipple located at 4538 Warwick Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. Includes view of crowd in attendance. According to...

11. Sheet Music From Musical Farce "Little Jessie James" Sheet Music From Musical Farce "Little Jessie James" 1923 In the department's sheet music collection (SC59) can be found a song titled "I Love You!" from L. Lawrence Weber's musical farce called "Little Jessie James" which was a female parody of outlaw Jesse...