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Columbia Theater program, Washington, D.C., Washington's leading Theatre, the Columbia. The Columbia Theater Co. proprietors, Frank Metzerott, pres, Oliver Metzerott, treas., Fred G. Berger, manager. Klaw & Erlanger and Henry B. Harris present "Ruth St. Denis," in a repertoire of dances symbolic of the religion and customs of ancient Egypt (music by Walter Meyrowitz) in conjunction with W.W. Andreeff's Imperial Russian Court Balalaika Orchestra.

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Columbia Theater program, Washington, D.C., Washington's leading Theatre, the Columbia. The Columbia Theater Co. proprietors, Frank Metzerott, pres, Oliver Metzerott, treas., Fred G. Berger, manager. Klaw & Erlanger and Henry B. Harris present "Ruth St. Denis," in a repertoire of dances symbolic of the religion and customs of ancient Egypt (music by Walter Meyrowitz) in conjunction with W.W. Andreeff's Imperial Russian Court Balalaika Orchestra.

Ruth St. Denis

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Columbia Theater program, Washington, D.C., Washington's leading Theatre, the Columbia. The Columbia Theater Co. proprietors, Frank Metzerott, pres, Oliver Metzerott, treas., Fred G. Berger, manager. Klaw & Erlanger and Henry B. Harris present "Ruth St. Denis," in a repertoire of dances symbolic of the religion and customs of ancient Egypt (music by Walter Meyrowitz) in conjunction with W.W. Andreeff's Imperial Russian Court Balalaika Orchestra.

Table of Contents

Program: Ruth St. Denis. Act I. Invocation to the Nile
Imperial Russian Court Balalaika Orchestra. 1. The Song of the Mowers. 2. Children's Christmas Comic Street Song. 3. Serenade / Drigo. 4. Valse De Ballet (Life is a Dream) / Formeen
Ruth St. Denis. Act II. The Feast of Eternity. Dance "The Tamboura"
Imperial Russian Court Balalika Orchestra. Balalaika Solo / Mr. Troyanowski, accompanied on the pinao by Mr. Scholtz. 1. Waltz / Durand. 2. Mazurka / Vienausky. 3. "Bright Shines the Moon" / Russian Folk Dance
Intermission
Ruth St. Denis. Act III. The Veil of Isis ...

Edition Notes

Columbia Theatre, Washington, D.C., week of Monday, January 2, 1911. Matinees Thursday and Saturday.

Title devised by Library staff.

"Volume XIV, Number 16".

LC copy: Gift: Est. of J.H. Corning, June 20, 1940. Imperfect: [4] p. only of program.

In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).

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Library of Congress
PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/R

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OL25379506M
LC Control Number
2012659477

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