Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 204.1)
|Statement||by William Pelby.|
|Series||American culture series -- 204.1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ¾., [iii]-viii, -44 p.|
|Number of Pages||44|
Get this from a library! Letters on the Tremont Theatre: respectfully addressed to the primitive subscribers, its friends and patrons. [William Pelby]. OCLC Number: Notes: Each letter is signed: A Father. By David Hale. Cf. Thompson. "Written and published in one of the papers of this city, while measures were in progress for the erection of a new theatre in Common-street. By , Tremont Theatre, along with Old South and Majestic, was a first-run movie house for lower quality films. One might say that the Tremont Theatre exemplified the cultural transitions of an era when many “legitimate” stage theaters were either razed or converted into movie houses featuring the new entertainment of choice. A Brief History of Tremont: Cleveland’s Neighborhood on a Hill Paperback – Ap by W. Dennis Keating (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(2).
The nearby Capitol Theatre fared much better. The Tremont Theatre was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. by , and screened many westerns during the ’s and early’s. It showed its last movie in but was listed as a movie theater until , so I assume it lay vacant. Boston Theatre, By-laws of the Proprietors; with a List of Stockholders (Boston, ). Corbett, A., "A Tale for Theatregoers" (In his Original Studies in Local History, ). Corbett, A., "Relics of the OldMuseum" (In his Original Studies in Local History, ). Hale, David, Letters on the New [Tremont] Theatre (Boston, ). The Tremont was one of the earliest purpose-built cinemas in the Bronx, opening around and closing about During a half-century of operation, it was also known as the Tremont Yiddish Theatre and Cinema Tremont, according to historian Michael Miller’s list of Bronx theatres. Tremont Theatre, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts. 79 likes 4, were here. The Tremont Theatre was a playhouse in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late /5(68).
The Dickens who burst into the Tremont House was the most popular writer of the time, the first celebrity in the new age of mass media. Described by the publisher James T. Fields in his Author: Sandra A. Miller. Tremont Theatre was a theater constructed in about with seating for It was located on Webster Avenue and East th Street, beside a New York Telephone Company building. One of the earliest purpose-built cinemas, it was known by various names during its use including Tremont Yiddish Theatre, Cinema Tremont, Moss's Tremont Avenue and the Hamilton Theater. "Race riot in the South End": The movie that reignited the Civil War Negro story showcased daily at the Tremont Theatre in the form of D. W Author: Dick Lehr. The performing arts have enjoyed a rich and distinguished history in Boston, reaching back over years. Since when Charles Bulfinch designed Boston's first playhouse, many theaters, concert halls and movie palaces have been built to entertain Boston's large and appreciative audiences.