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Robinson Crusoe

Poster
1922 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Poster advertising a production of the pantomime Robinson Crusoe, Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London, ca.1922.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Printed ink on paper
Brief Description
Poster advertising a production of the pantomime Robinson Crusoe, Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London, ca.1922
Physical Description
Photographic, pictorial and typographic
Dimensions
  • Poster height: 50.8cm
  • Poster width: 38.3cm
Marks and Inscriptions
Object history
Associated Production: Robinson Crusoe. Playwright: Leedham Bantock. Composer: H. Sullivan-Brooke. Choreographer: Euphan MacLaren. Director: Walter and Frederick Melville. Set designer: J. Leonard, E. Grimani, S. Walter. Costumier: Willie Clarkson. Designer: Lyceum Studio. Actors: Dainty Doris, Connie Wilde, Belle Sylvia, Nancey Benyon, Dick Henderson, Charles Weaver, Fred Dixon. Les Klicks, Lottie Stone's Troupe of Acrobatic Dancers, Lecardo Brothers. Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London. ?.?.1922. Performance category: pantomime. The Lyceum was under the management of Walter and Frederick Melville.
Subjects depicted
Summary
Poster advertising a production of the pantomime Robinson Crusoe, Lyceum Theatre, Strand, London, ca.1922.
Collection
Accession Number
S.419-1995

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