Criterion Theatre, New York City, New York - June 19, 1921
BROADWAY AT 44th ST.
BROADWAY AT 44th STREET
NEW YORK CITY
WEEK DAY MATINEES
The Criterion opens at noon daily, Sundays and hilidays included. Performances start at 12 noon, 2:00,* 4:00, 5:45, 7:30* and 9:30* p.m. Asterisks denote performance de luxe, with orchestra, vocal and instrumental solos. Sigmund Krumgold and Kurt Boehm at the organ.
Program Engatement Beginning June 19, 1921
1. Old Prague
2. PROLOGUE, "ELI, ELI"
STAGED AND ARRANGED BY JOSIAH ZURO
3. Hugo Riesenfeld
Paul Wegener in the title role.
4. Danse Masque
5. Tony Sarg's Almanac
6. Buster Keaton Comedy
Poster creations by Claude Millard
Patrons are entitled to prompt, efficient and courteous service. Payment of gratituties to ushers or other employees is unnecessary. Patrons are asked to report any employee guilty of coercion. This 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 PIANO USED
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Last Modified July 28, 2022