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    • American premiere of "Mother Courage"

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956. Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder. English.; Theatrical productions; Actors
    • "Harriet Brazier and Barbara Busby in the American premiere of 'Mother Courage' at the Cleveland Play House."
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Mother Earth"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Musical revues & comedies; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Thronson, Ron; Sheare, Toni
    • Two sided blue playbill for the Cleveland premiere Dobama production of the musical revue, "Mother Earth."
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Mystery Play"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; van Itallie, Jean-Claude
    • Two sided orange playbill for Dobama Theater's Cleveland premiere production of Jean-Claude van Itallie's farce, "Mystery Play", which was presented December 12 through December 22, 1973.
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Muzeeka" and "Home Fries"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Guare, John
    • Two sided bright yellow playbill for Dobama Theater's Cleveland Premiere presentation of John Guare's two one-act plays; "Muzeeka" and "Homefries" May13 through May 29, 1971.
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Bromberg 2 Ribman 1"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Ribman, Ronald; Bromberg, Conrad;
    • Two sided, bright yellow playbill for the Dobama production of two plays, ("Transfers" and Dr. Galley), by Conrad Bromberg and one play, (Sunstroke), by Ronald Ribman collectively titled "Bromberg 2 Ribman 1" and presented for it's Cleveland...
    • Dobama: Playbill for "End of the Road"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Morris, Daniel; Barth, John
    • Two sided off-white playbill for the Dobama production of "The End of the Road" which was adapted from the John Barth book by Daniel Morris and presented for it's world premiere April 1 through April 24, 1971.
    • Dobama: Playbill for "An Evening with Richard Nixon"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Vidal, Gore
    • Two sided yellow playbill for Dobama Theater's (Cleveland premiere), production of Gore Vidal's "An Evening with Richard Nixon" which was presented October 26 through November 18, 1972.
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Steambath"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Friedman, Bruce Jay
    • Two sided white playbill for Dobama's Cleveland premiere of "Steambath" by Bruce Jay Friedman presented January 13 through February 5, 1972.
    • The Alhambra Theater

    • Theaters; Alhambra Theater; CC Fair Exhibit
    • The Alhambra was a premiere vaudeville theater that Bob Hope attended as a young boy. His family lived nearby. It later became a movie house, closing in the 1960s.
    • Production of "The Other Heart" at Cuyahoga Community College West

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Universities & colleges; Theatrical productions
    • "THE OTHER HEART" - Judith Liska, who portrays Marthe, listens to the musical efforts of Mayden Doyle, who portrays Catherine de Vausselles, in the premiere of James Forsyth's "The Other Heart", which opens Thursday, March 7, at Cuyahoga Community...
    • Euclid Avenue Opera House

    • Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters; Playhouse Square Center
    • The Euclid Avenue Opera House opened on September 6, 1875. It was Cleveland's premiere theater up until Playhouse Square was built. It was demolished in 1922. It stood on the southeast corner of Euclid and E. 4th Street (then called Sheriff...

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