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Opera

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Castle Square Opera Company : Bohemian Girl, 1899

 File — Box 101, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents Program for Bohemian Girl as presented by the Castle Square Opera Company at the Exposition Music Hall in St. Louis, stage director Edward P. Temple. Stars included Max Eugene, Homer Lind, E.P. Temple, Payne Clarke, Miro Delamotta, W.H. Grimke, Francis J. Boyle, Adelaide Norwood, Maud Lillian Berri, Ada Mansfield, Maude Lambert, Rose Campbell.

This was most likely part of the Theatre Department's Collection.
Dates: 1899

Castle Square Opera Company : Der Freisch├╝tz, 1900

 File — Box 101, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents Program for Der Freisch├╝tz (The Free Shooter) by C.M. Von Weber presented by the Castle Square Opera Company at the Exposition Music Hall in St. Louis, stage director William Von Weber. Stars included Homer Lind, E.N. Knight, Barron Berthald, Harry Davies, W.H. Clarke, W.W. Hinshaw, Richard Jones, Maude Lillian Berri, Marie Mattfeld, Bertha Hayes.

This was most likely part of the Theatre Department's Collection.
Dates: 1900

Castle Square Opera Company : Tannhauser, 1900

 File — Box 101, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents Program for Wagner's Tannhauser presented by the Castle Square Opera Company at the Exposition Music Hall in St. Louis, stage director William Parry. Stars included Yvonne De Treville, Selma Kronold, Adelaide Norwood, Rose Cecilia Shay, Della Niven, W.W. Hinshaw, Harry Luckstone, W.H. Clarke, Frank H. Belcher, Barron Berthald, Miro Delamotta, Rhys Thomas, D.J. McCaffrey, E.N. Knight, Francis J. Boyle, A. Horty, Anna Ware, Lillian Lancaster, Leah Lambert, Lina C. Manning.This was...
Dates: 1900

Haensel and Gretel at the Metropolitan Opera House, 1906

 File — Box 106, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents Special performance of Haensel and Gretel by the Conried Metropolitan Opera Company : for the benefit of the Legal Aid Society, at the Metropolitan Opera House, Thursday evening, March 15th, 1906. Book [40] pages (pages [30-39] advertisements) : illustrations ; 26 cm. Includes a detailed synopsis of the story, as well as a description of the Legal Aid Society including a commendation of the soceity and the opera by Mark Twain.
Dates: 1906

Metropolitan Opera House : Le Nozze Di Figaro (The Marriage Of Figaro), 1942

 File — Box 102, Folder: 42
Scope and Contents Program for Le Nozze Di Figaro (ossia La Folle Giornata) (The Marriage of Figaro),comedy of music in four acts, January 7, 1942. Performers included John Brownlee, Maria Markan, Bidu Sayao, Ezio Pinza, Jarmila Novotna, Irra Petina, Alessio De Paolis, George Rasely, et al.Part of a larger brochure for the Metropolitan Opera House 1941-1942 Season.Tucked inside of the brochure was a newsclipping (unknown source) : "Markan As Countess : Icelandic Singer Heard in 'Nozze di...
Dates: 1942

Metropolitan Opera House : Rigoletto, 1942

 File — Box 102, Folder: 43
Scope and Contents Program for Rigoletto, opera in four acts, February 12, 1942, book by F.M. Piave. Performers included Jan Peerce, Francesco Valentino, Hilde Reggiani, Nicola Moscona, Bruna Castagna, Thelma Votipka, Lancing Hatfeld, George Cehanovsky, et al.

Part of a larger brochure for the Metropolitan Opera House 1941-1942 Season.
Dates: 1942

Olympic Theatre : The Jolly Musketeer, 1900

 File — Box 103, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents Program for The Jolly Musketeer, a comic opera in two acts, directed by Richard Barker, at the Olympic Theatre in St. Louis. Stars included The Jefferson De Angelis Opera Company, Hubert Wilke, Jefferson De Angelis, Edwin A. Tester, Frederic K. Logan, Herman Stainman, Harry Macdonough, Grace Van Studdiford, et al.

This was most likely part of the Theatre Department's Collection.
Dates: 1900

Programs : Bijou Theatre (NY), 1884-1907

 File — Box 108, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents Programs for the Bijou Theatre in NYC. Includes souvenir in commemoration of the 100th consecutive performance of "Offenbach's Sparkling Opera Bouffe" at the Bijou Opera House, March 7, 1884.
Dates: 1884-1907

Programs : Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Metropolitan Opera, 1974, 1979, 1985

 File — Box 109, Folder: 38a
Scope and Contents Programs for the Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Dates: 1974, 1979, 1985

Programs : Metropolitan Opera House, circa 1890, 1954, 1973

 File — Box 109, Folder: 51
Scope and Contents Three (3) programs for the Metropolitan Opera House : 1) "America," circa 1890; 2) The Old Vic Company in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," 1954; The Stuttgart Ballet, 1973.
Dates: circa 1890, 1954, 1973