• Aldwych Theatre
  • as a child he had frequently been taken to the West End of London to watch Ralph Lynn and Tom Walls perform in the popular series of farces at the Aldwych Theatre. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the new century, Sinden was Miss Carruthers in A Country Girl at Daly's in 1902, was principal dancer in The Cingalee in 1904-05, played the princess in The Princess and the Troubador (with music by Walter Slaughter) at the London Coliseum in 1905 and created the role of Jane in The Beauty of Bath at the Aldwych Theatre, 1906. (wikipedia.org)
  • Broadway
  • Produced by Universal Stage Productions in coalition with Marc Platt, Jon B. Platt and David Stone, with direction by Joe Mantello and choreography by Wayne Cilento, the original production of Wicked premiered on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre in October 2003, after completing pre-Broadway tryouts at San Francisco's Curran Theatre in May/June 2003. (wikipedia.org)
  • stage
  • After it closed as a cinema in 1932, it was used as a theatre by Millicent Ward and her Company (during which time John Le Mesurier made his professional stage debut here) until 1935 when it reverted to use as a venue for variety shows. (wikipedia.org)
  • Shaily Shergill leaves behind her home in Germany to journey to India in the hope of fulfilling her mother's dying wish, to revive her family's failing theatre- can she fulfill her mother's dying wish ans stage the ultimate show? (westendtheatre.com)
  • venue
  • The facility opened in November 1928 as the Plymouth Theater and operated as a moviehouse and performance venue for vaudeville acts and musicians. (telegram.com)
  • Over that time period, two other parties had approached ownership about purchasing the theater, with the intent of marketing the venue for more mainstream and broader entertainment acts. (telegram.com)
  • Music
  • A place where entertainment, research and education are intertwined to promote artistic productions of theater, music and other disciplines cultivated in the departments of the University, directly engaging students. (ryakaufman.com)
  • She also performed in music hall and pantomime (usually as "principal girl") during these years, including at the Britannia Theatre, the Metropole Theatre in Camberwell, and elsewhere. (wikipedia.org)
  • Musical
  • Also at the Gaiety, Edwards cast her in In Town (1892), and, in 1894, still aged 16, she danced in A Gaiety Girl at Daly's Theatre and then played the role of Violet Deveney in Edwardes's hit Edwardian musical comedy, The Shop Girl, at the Gaiety. (wikipedia.org)
  • years
  • She then was engaged by Augustus Harris as principal dancer at the Empire Theatre for three years and later played in Liverpool and elsewhere. (wikipedia.org)
  • version
  • In 1907-08 she became the première danseuse for the ballets at the Empire Theatre, appearing first as Stella Dare in a revised version of C. Wilhelm's ballet divertissement, The Belle of the Ball, in the role created by the departing Adeline Genée. (wikipedia.org)