Rialto Theatre, New York, New York - July 27, 1919

Rialto Theatre, New York City program
RIALTO REVUE

Broadway at 42nd Street


Rialto Theatre, New York City program

THE RIALTO
BROADWAY AT 42nd STREET     NEW YORK CITY

Operated in conjunction with THE RIVOLI, Broadway at 49th St.
HUGO RIESENFELD, DIRECTOR

This theatre, with every seat occupied, can be emptied in less than three minutes. Choose the nearest exit and, in case of need, walk quietly (do not run) to that exit, to avoid panic.

PROGRAM CHANGED EVERY SUNDAY

PRICES
Evening prices prevail at Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Matinees

EVENINGS   Orchestra 60 Cents   Admission 54 cents   War Tax 6 cents
Balcony30 cents   Admission 27 cents   War Tax 3 cents

MATINEES   Orchestra 30 Admission 27 cents   War Tax 3 cents
Balcony 20 cents   Admission 18 cents   War Tax 2 cents

LOGES   Always 60 cents   Admission 54 cents   War Tax 6 cents

The Rialto opens at noon daily; performances start at 12 noon, 2:15, * 4:15, 7:30* and 9:30* p.m.  Sundays the theatre opens at 1. Asterisks denote performances de luxe, with orchestra, vocal and instrumental solos and numbers by famous artists.  Intermediary performances have an accompaniment by the organ, played by George Crook.

Program   Week commencing Sunday, July 27th

RIALTO ORCHESTRA
NAT W. FINSTON, Conductor
HUGO REISENFELD, Director
Joseph Klein, Assistant Conductor

1.  OVERTURE
"JOLLY ROBBERS"   Franz von Suppe (1820-1895)
HUGO RIESENFELF and NAT W. FINSTON Conducting

Suppe was of Belgian descent, born at Spalato, Italy, but passed his adolescent years in Vienna, where also he live the rest of his life, writing operettas and light musical works. "The Jolly Robbers," through not well known to the world to the world at large, was done in Vienna in 1867.

2.  "A DAY AND NIGHT AT CONEY ISLEND"
Educational De Luxe


Rialto Theatre, New York City program

3.  ROSA LESCA coloratura soprano
"SPRING VOICES"     Johann Strauss (1825-1899)

4.  RIALTO MAGAZINE and "MUTT AND JEFF" CARTOON
Especially edited for this theatre from current film news services

5.  GREEK EVANS  baritone
'AND HE PLAYED ON HIS OLD BASS VIOL"     M. T. Bohannon

6.  DOROTHY GISH
in a Paramount picture
"NUGGET NELL"
By John R. Fornish - Directed by Elmer Clifton

THE CAST

Nugget Nell   DOROTHY GISH
Big hearted Jim   David Butler
The City Chap   Raymond Cannon
The Cheild (sic)   Regina Sarle
First Badman   James Farley
Second Ditto   Bob Fleming
Nell's Uncle   Wilbur Higeby
The Ingenue   Emily Chichester

7.  "SHADES OF SHAKESPEARE"
A Christie-First National Special

8.  ORGAN SOLO
FINALE IN B FLAT     William Wolstenholme
Played by Arthur Depew

Poster creations by Claude Millard

Patrons are entitled to prompt, efficient and courteous service. Payment of gratuities to ushers or other employees is unnecessary. Patrons are asked to report any employee guilty of coercion. The theatre will not be responsible for belongings of patrons unless left in check room. Program subject to change without notice, at discretion of management.

KNABE POANO USED


Rialto Theatre, New York City program

ORCHESTRA
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