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Grand Opera House, London, Ont.

season 1899-1900, programme, matinee and night, Saturday, February 17, Dickson"s and Mustard"s big spectacular production, Rise and fall of "Humpty Dumpty" ..

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Published by s.n. in [London, Ont.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theater programs -- Ontario -- London.,
  • Theater -- Ontario -- London.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCrowning of music, Grand Opera House, London, Ont., seaso[n] 1899-1900
    ContributionsGrand Opera House (London, Ont.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18808027M
    ISBN 100665564821

    Because he had inserted a clause in the lease that the Grand Opera House could only be used as a theatre, London Saenger company abandoned the building and refused to pay their rent. Mitchell, Ph. Mixed into the run-of-the-mill plays, the opera house played some of the latest, most daring material from Europe. It relates anecdotes and stories by the author and others who experienced these grand old movie houses.

    Prior to the theatre being built, such entertainment was generally held in taverns, small converted temporary premises, London hotel dining rooms. But for the present volume, Daubs draws on London unearthed archival material and on interviews with descendants of key players in a drama that continued for decades. Rehersal Dinners Great location for rehersal dinners for large wedding parties Event Parties Fun location for corporate events, class reunions and holiday parties. Instead it was quietly buried. This is not your typical fair banquet hall food. Because he had inserted a clause in the lease that the Grand Opera House could only be used as a theatre, the Saenger company abandoned the building and refused to pay their rent.

    One theatre had a roof Grand Opera House retracted by electric motors so that the audience could be cooled by the night breeze. It sat vacant for decades. Toronto Star journalist Katie Daubs set out to find the answer to this century-old mystery and was led down more than one rabbit hole along the way. On the main floor orchestra section and in the balconies, people sat on chairs that folded to allow access to the other seats in the row.


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On the main floor orchestra section and in the balconies, people sat on chairs that Ont. book to allow access to the other seats in the row. Patrons entered the theatre from King Street, through Theatre Lane, where there Grand Opera House an archway between 99 and King Street. It relates anecdotes and stories by the author and others who experienced these grand old movie houses.

Their gamble paid off. Init was sold in an auction to Alexander Manning. Half brothers I. The lease was for thirty years, but inthe chain obtained a lease on the larger Temple theatre and movie house a block west of the opera house.

It sat vacant for decades.

Grand Opera House (Toronto)

Grand Opera House, they decided to operate an opera house for fun and profit, serving the thousands of traveling salesmen and other rail passengers spending the night in town. Because London the charitable role she played in Toronto society and because she lived in the wealthy neighbourhood of Rosedale, they were very deferential toward her.

Best cuisine for the most exquisite taste At the Grand Opera London you can expect great food. This was a new feature not yet common in Toronto. MSU Riley Center Because possession of the Grand Opera House became a major point of contention in the court case, the theatre simply closed in and sat vacant for decades.

Farmers stood in the aisles on Saturdays for musicals and melodramas performed by stock companies who brought in sets and scenery by the railcar load.

Torgenson, who was then living in Meridian, to design a new store and an elegant opera house to be located a few blocks west of the original store. During the early years of the 20th century, its importance diminished due to competition from the Royal Alexandra and the Princess Theatres on King Street.

But for the present volume, Daubs draws on newly unearthed archival material and on interviews with descendants of key players in a drama that continued for decades.

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Sullivan is the kind of Ont. book personality who seems to be clamouring for his very own book, and Daubs had a field day writing about him. Its architect was London R. Its interior was elaborately trimmed, its ornate gas lamps ignited by batteries. The Grand Opera House opened on September 21, with a gala that attracted the elite of the city.

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