The Thalia Theatre The Thalia Theatre was located at 46-48 Bowery (between Bayard and Canal Streets, across the street from the Windsor Theatre) in Manhattan. The opera is to star M.E. Medvedieff as "Don Joze." Here we see a placard advertising George s Bizet's opera "Carmen," to be performed at the Thalia on 19-20 May 1899.
The Capitol Theatre in Windsor was designed by celebrated theatre architect Thomas W. Lamb, and opened in 1920. At that time, it was known as Loew’s Windsor Theatre, and like the other venues in that chain it was a combination house, offering both vaudeville and moving pictures
"Swap Club" was part of the Bristol Revunions February 2012 show "Miles Of Smiles" performed in the Lady Windsor Theatre. Written and performed by: Andrew Hodge & Sam Olof. Bristol Revunions is the #sketch #comedy society of the University of Bristol. Find out more about us: www.bristolrevunions.com #bristol
Fordham Road looking north at Kingsbridge Road in 1930. Poe Park, where Poe Cottage sits, is just up the road on Kingsbridge. The Windsor Theatre to right of the photo on Kingsbridge Rd. is closed for the season.