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"The Crown Prince" / The New York Theatre Advertising Medium [Program-playbill]/ Empire Theatre / Monday, March 28, 1927 / starring Basil Sydney and Mary Ellis et al., In a New Comedy;

By Ernest Vajda and Zoe Akins (authors); Lawrence Marston (director), L.Lawrence Weber (producer); Basil Sydney and Mary Ellis (actors) Forest Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened February 21, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 16 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall. Contains color (Melachrino cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$25.00

"Ned McCobb's Daughter" / The New York Theatre Advertising Medium [Program-playbill]/ John Golden Theatre / Monday, March 7, 1927 / starring Alfred Lunt, Albert Perry, Edward G. Robinson, et al., In a New Play

By Sidney Howard (author); Jed Harris (producer ), Alfred Lunt, Albert Perry, Edward G. Robinson (actors); John Golden Theatre / Philip Moeller (Director)

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1927. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened November 29, 1926 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 24 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall but a touch of cover foxing. Contains color (Melachrino cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$35.00

"Countess Maritza" / The New York Theatre Advertising Medium [Program-playbill]/ 44th Street Theatre / Monday, March 7, 1927 / starring Hugh Chilvers, Arthur Geary, Odette Myrtil, Desiree Tabor, et al.,

By Julius Brammer, Alfred Grunwald, Harry B. Smith (authors); Emmerich Kalman (music); J. J. Schubert (producer) / Hugh Chilvers, Arthur Geary, Odette Myrtil, Desiree Tabor (actors); 44th Street Theatre / J. C. Huffman (Director)

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1927. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened September 18, 1926 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 24 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall but a touch of cover foxing. Contains color (Melachrino cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$25.00

"Set A Thief" / The New York Theatre Advertising Medium [Program-playbill]/ Empire Theatre / Monday, March 7, 1927 / starring Gladys Feldman, Earl House, Calvin Thomas, Margaret Wycherly, Natacha Rambova, James Spottswood, Frederic Burt et al., In a New Comedy;

By Edward E. Paramore Jr. (authors); Alexander Leftwich (director), Gladys Feldman, Earl House, Calvin Thomas, Margaret Wycherly, Natacha Rambova, James Spottswood, Frederic Burt (actors) Empire Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened February 21, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 16 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall. Contains color (Melachrino cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$19.00

"Countess Maritza" / The New York Theatre Advertising Medium [Program-playbill]/ 44th Street Theatre / Monday, March 7, 1927 / starring Hugh Chilvers, Arthur Geary, Odette Myrtil, Desiree Tabor, et al.,

By Julius Brammer, Alfred Grunwald, Harry B. Smith (authors); Emmerich Kalman (music); J. J. Schubert (producer) / Hugh Chilvers, Arthur Geary, Odette Myrtil, Desiree Tabor (actors); 44th Street Theatre / J. C. Huffman (Director)

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1927. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened September 18, 1926 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 24 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall but a touch of cover foxing. Contains color (Melachrino cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$25.00

"Cock Robin" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ The Booth Theatre / Monday, April 2, 1928 / starring Beulah Bondi, Edward Ellis, Richard Stevenson, James Todd, Desmond Kelley et al., In a New Comedy;

By Philip Barry and Elmer Rice (authors); Gutherie McClintic (producer / director), Beulah Bondi, Edward Ellis, Richard Stevenson, James Todd, Desmond Kelley (actors) ; The Booth Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened December 28, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 24 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$25.00

"The Beggar's Opera" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ Forty-Eighth Street Theatre / Monday, April 2, 1928 / starring Charles Magrath, Norman Williams, George Baker, George Gegson, Lena Maitland, et al., In a New Comedy;

By John Gay (authors); J. C. Duff (producer ), A. L. Jones, Morris Green (directors), Charles Magrath, Norman Williams, George Baker, George Gegson, Lena Maitland (actors) Forty-Eighth Street Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened December 28, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 16 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$19.00

"A Wonderful Night" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ The Majestic Theatre / Monday, January 13, 1930 / starring Gladys Baxteer, Hal Forde, Joseph Lertora, AND Archie Leach (Cary Grant) et al.,

By Fanny Todd Mitchell (author); Laurence Rivers (producer ), Johann Strauss (music), Jose Rube (Director); Selwyn Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1930. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Cary Grant's fourth Broadway appearance. Originally opened October 31, 1929 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 32 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition overall, generally clean, with light shelf wear, slight foxing (or is it a touch of chocolate at the bottom margin) to the cover. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Amor Skin lotion) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$25.00

"The Royal Family" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ Selwyn Theatre / Monday, April 2, 1928 / starring Josephine Williams, Otto Kruger, Haldee Wright, Royal C. Stout, Wally Stuart, Murray Alper, Orlando Daly, et al., In a New Comedy;

By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber (authors); Jed Harris (producer ), David Burton (director), Selwyn Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened December 28, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 48 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall but one corner bumped. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$35.00

"The Channel Road" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ The Plymouth Theatre / Monday, November 18, 1929 / starring Anne Forrest, Edith Van Cleve, Peggy Conway, William Young, Marie Bruce, Paul W. Dorn, Anne Lubow, et al., a Comedy

By Alexander Woolcott and George S. Kaufman (authors); Arthur Hopkins (producer and Director / The Plymouth Theatre /

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1929. First edition thus. Brochure-saddle-stitched. Very good. Originally opened October 17, 1929 on Broadway (closed December 1929--hard times for the stock market). Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 24 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition overall, clean, but with light shelf wear tothe spine, and a touch of cover foxing. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$35.00

"The Green Pastures" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ Mansfield Theatre / Monday, June 23, 1930 / starring Charles H. Moore, Alicia Escamilla, Jazzlips Richardson jr., Howard Washington Richard B. Harrison, Daniel L. Haynes, Wesley Hill, Salem Tutt Whitney, Alanzo Fenderson, et al,;

By Marc Connelly (author-director); Laurence Rivers (producer ), Hall Johnson (music), Selwyn Theatre

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1930. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good-. Originally opened February 26, 1930 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 32 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good minus condition overall, generally clean, with light shelf wear, slight foxing to the cover, BUT dampstaining and foxing to the center page, with rusting to the wire stitchs. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Amor Skin lotion) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$19.00

"Coquette" / The New York Magazine Program [playbill]/ Maxine Elliott's Theatre / Monday, February 13, 1928 / starring Helen Hayes (in association with Crosby Gaige), Una Merkel, et al., In a New Play

By George Abbott and Ann Preston Bridgers (authors); Jed Harris (producer et al producer / Helen Hayes (actor); Maxine Elliott's Theatre / George Abbott (Director)

New York, New York: New York Theatre Program, 1928. First edition thus. Magazine. Very Good. Originally opened November 8, 1927 on Broadway. Octavo, 7 2/3" tall, 48 pages, wire saddle stitch, pamphlet style magazine with stiff three color wraps. An original theatre program in very good condition, clean, with light shelf wear overall but a touch of cover foxing. Contains color (Lucky Strike cigarettes, Kelly Springfield Tires, Djer-Kiss Toiletries) and black and white advertisements for current shows, shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.

$35.00

The Works of William Shakespeare gathered into one volume

By William Shakespeare

New York, New York: Oxford University Press, 1938. Later printing. Hardcover--cloth. Very good. Octavo, 9 2/3" tall, green cloth, xxiv + 1263 pages + 16 pages; green cloth. A very good, clean, neat hardcover edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper slightly yellowed. Without dust jacket.

$19.00

Four Plays by Bernard ShawCandida; Caesar & Cleopatrra; Pygmalion; Heartbreak House [Modern Library 19] complete and unabridged with prefaces

By [George] Bernard Shaw; Louis Kronenberger ( introduction)

New York, New York: Modern Library, 1953. Reprint. Hardcover--cloth. Very Good -/Very good -. 12mo, 7 1/4" tall, xii 473 pages + ads, green cloth. A very good, clean hard cover edition overall with minor shelf wear, but the cover slightly warped; hinges and binding solid, paper cream white BUT, penned underlining and small notations to about 20 pages scattered throughout. In a very good moderately worn dust jacket with chipping at the fold edges. This is one of the older ML editions with the sewn signatures and cloth cover, and thus sturdier than later printings.

$6.50

The Cage: a play in one act (Drama from San Quentin)

By Rick Cluchey; introduction by Kenneth Kitch

San Francisco, California: Barbwire Press, 1970. First edition. Chapbook-Saddle stitch. Very good. Octavo, 8 1/4" tall, 54 pages, wire saddle stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good, generally clean and sturdy soft cover with moderate shelf wear but some soiling to the back cover, binding solid but slight rusting to, text very slightly yellowed.

$9.50

Turandot; Lyric Drama in Three Acts and Five Scenes

By Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni; Giacomo Puccini ; F. Alfano (music); K. H. B. de Jaffa (translation

New York, New York: G. Ricordi, 1926. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very good. NOTE: there is no music included with this edition, only the original text. Musical parts were issues seperately. Octavo, 9" tall, 89 pages, stiff printed wraps. A very good soft cover overall with moderate shelf wear and

$8.50

A Splendid Gypsy : John Drew

By Peggy Wood

New York, New York: E. P. Dutton, 1927. First printing. Hardcover--cloth. Very good -/Without dust jacket. 16mo, 6 1/2" tall, 64 pages, black quarter-cloth over decorative boards. A very good inus, generally clean, sturdy hard cover first edition with moderate exterior shelf wear, rubbing at the corners ; hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed with light foxing to the endpapers. Without dust jacket.

$6.50

Five Elizabethan Tragedies: The Oxford World's Classics, 452; Thyestes (Seneca); Gorboduc; The Spanish Tragedy; Arden of Feversham; A Woman Killed with Kindness

By A. K. McIlwraith, editor; Jasper Heywood, Thomas Norton and Thomas Sackville, Thomnas Kyd, Anonymous, Thomas Heywood

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press , 1957. Reprint. Decorative Cloth. Very good/Good. Sextodecimo, 6" tall, xx + 400 pages, decorative blue cloth, thin paper, sewn binding, gilt spine titles. A very good, generally clean, neat, sturdy hard cover edition with minor shelf wear over all; hinges and binding solid, paper cream white, BUT with pencilled notes and annotations scattered throughout and the front endpaper corner clipped. In a good, moderately worn dust jacket, price clipped. This is a well bound, compact, 'World's Classics' series edition, perfect for the pocket, and will hold up to many more readings in the future.

$9.50

Eighteenth Century Comedy: The Oxford World's Classics, 292; The Beaux Stratagem; The Conscious Lovers; The Beggar's Opera; The Tragedy of Tragedies, or the Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great; She stoops to Conquer

By W. D. Taylor, editor; George Farquhar, Richard Steele, John Gay, Henry Fielding, Oliver Goldsmith

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press , 1950. Reprint. Decorative Cloth. Very good/Without dust jacket. Ex-college library copy with markings to the fore-edges. Sextodecimo, 6" tall, xxvii + 414 pages, decorative blue cloth, thin paper, sewn binding, gilt spine titles. A very good, generally clean, neat, sturdy hard cover edition with minor shelf wear, spine cloth color faded, hinges and binding solid, paper cream white with a number '2' penned on the front endopaper. Without dust jacket. This is a well bound, compact, 'World's Classics' series edition, perfect for the pocket, and will hold up to many more readings in the future.

$8.50

Six Plays by Contemporaries of Shakespeare: The World's Classics, cxcix (199).

By Wheeler, C. M., editor; contributors include Thomas Dekker, John Webster, Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, John Webster, Philip Massinger.

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press , 1964. Reprint. Decorative Cloth. Very good/Without dust jacket. Sextodecimo, 6" tall, x + 595 pages + 8 pages of ads, decorative green cloth, thin paper, sewn binding, gilt spine titles. A verye, clean, neat, sturdy hard cover edition with moderate shelf wear and rubbing, slight fraying started at top and bottom of the spine cloth; hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. Without dust jacket. This is a well bound, compact, 'World's Classics' series edition, perfect for the pocket, and will hold up to many more readings in the future.

$9.50

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