Brooklyn Life and Activities of Long Island Society from Brooklyn, New York on April 9, 1927 · Page 18
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BROOKLYN LIFE 18 BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS MAJESTIC Matinee Wed. & Sat. WieGcffflee Albee Bq. TRI. 2000. Sun. 2.15 & 8.30 Beginning Monday Matinee, April 11 HELEN MENKEN f & CO., In Condensed Version of "SEVENTH HEAVEN" BltEMS, FITZ & MURPHY BROS. America's Premiere Ballerina HARRIETT WILLIAM HOCTOR & HOLBROOK MONDAV A PHIL 18 Seat April 11 " HORACE LIVERIGHT Presents Theodore Dreiser's 'An American Tragedy' Dramatised for the Stage by Patrick Kearney -with the Original Lonjaere Theatre Cart 2 B. F. Keith-Albee Concerts Sunday 2 Thomas Meighan in "Blind Alleys," with Greta Nissen and Evelyn Brent, and a Charley Chase comedy will be shown on Saturday. JE4N GRANESE CARLETON CARL SHENCK & BALLEW I DUO CHARLES WITHERS In "WITHERS' OP'RY" WERBA'S IIUOOKLYN MATS. WED. V 8AT. ODALI CARENO Bungalow," "Lucky Boy," "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," "Ting-a-Ling," "Florida by the Sea," "Monkey Doodle Doo," "Minstrel Days", and "Tango Melody" are among the latest of the Berlin output. The company comes here direct from an all season's run at the Lyric Theatre, New York. It is intact as regards principals, chorus and production. Among the many prominent entertainers are Phyllis Cleveland, Jack Barker, Janet Velie, The De Marcos, the Three Brox Sisters, Basil Ruysdael, Margaret Dumbnt, Henry Whittemore, the Breen Brothers, and the Paloma String Orchestra. BEFORE BROADWAY THE FIELD GOD with FRIT5S LEIBER THE MARX BROS. "THE cocoanuts" ; APRIL isrH LOEW'S BREVOORT BEDFORD AVE. A BREVOORT PL. Tomorrow "LOVES' GREATEST Monday MISTAKE" Apr. 10, 11 with Evelyn Brent JOAN CRAWFORD Tues.,Wed. In "The Taxi Dancer" Apr. 12, 13 ANNA Q. NILSSON In "Easy Pickings" " " T JOHN GILBERT Thar., Frl. In "THE SHOW Apr, 14, 15 with Renee Adoree "Eve's Love Letters" ga Sun with Agnee Ayre. Ferrert 8 tan ley Hon4 " THOMAS MEIGHAN Apr. 16. 17. 18 In "Blind Alley" SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ' t f MAJESTIC .THEATRE After scor-. ing a tremendous hit. in New ;York City, where it has been the most discussed play of its kind of the year, An American Tragedy" will be brought to the Majestic Theatre, Brooklyn, for one week beginning Monday,' April 18th (Easter Monday) - ' J V r V" LOEW'S METROPOLITAN Fulton, Smith and Livingston Sts. WEEK APRIL 11 WERBA'S BROOKLYN THEATRE "The Field God," by Paul Green, which has its premier performance at Werba's Brooklyn Theatre next week, is the second play by this interesting young author to be produced this season. ; , r , :LJ av DIRECT FROM BROADWAY RUN "THE FIRE BRIGADE" with CHAS. RAY M AY McAVOY (A Metro Gold wyn Mayer Picture) VAUDEVILLE INCLUDING The Popular Recording Artist MARGARET YOUNG "A Bolt from the Blues" MAY McAVOY In "The Fire Brigade" At Loew's Metropolitan . next week JI1II1I offering of genuine distinction. Brems-Fitz and Murphy Brothers, "The Executive Board of the Laughlander's Union In An Extraordinary Session" ; Jean Granese, "The : Unusual Songstress," assisted by Brother Charles and Tito DeFiore, Bob Carieton and Julie Ballew in "Songs" ; Carl Schenk Duo novelty equilibrists; Aesop's Fables, "Topics of the Day" and Pathe News Pictures will complete the bill. : N. TOM MEIGHAN In "Blind Alleys" At Loew's Brevoort next week EF. ALBEE THEATRE Helen Menken, prominent dramatic star, has returned to her first histrionic love, vaudeville, and will head the bill at the E. F. Albee Theatre this coming week. .' Miss Menken was originally discovered by Gus Edwards, when scarcely more than a child, and appeared in the two-a-day in several of his juvenile revues. Then came many years of hard, but successful work in stock companies in different parts of the country. At last John Golden "found" her, gave her the stellar role in "Seventh Heaven" and she "arrived" a full-fledged star on Broadway. Miss Menken played this piece for four consecutive years, carving a firm niche for herself in the theatrical hall of fame. It is in a condensed version of this play by Austin Strong that Miss Menken now appears in vaudeville. Mile. Odali Careno, internationally famous Grand Opera dramatic soprano, will be heard in a pleasing song recital. Mile. Careno is a young European prima donna who has sung leading roles at La Scala, Milan, the Opera Comique, Paris, Covent Garden, London, and in Brussels and Berlin. Her program includes the aria from "Cavalleria Rusti-cana," "Estrellita," "For You Alone" and "Tes Yeux," each number being sung in its original language.' Charles Withers will present .his . classic skit, "Withers' OP'ry," a travesty on the old-time variety show as played in a one-night stand, where the theatre manager is the entire house and stage staff in his own person. A company of brilliant travesty specialists assists Withers in the various roles of variety , performers. It is one of the best ' hokum acts ever staged, dealing with the theatre The dancing features will be Harriett Hoctor and William Holbrook in "Dancing, as Usual." Miss Hoctor is one of the greatest American products of the school of Genee, and most pleasant to look upon. She and Mr. Holbrook have an T OEW'S METROPOLITAN In point of acting, direction and story, "The Fire Brigade" on the coming week's program at Loew's Metropolitan, qualifies as one of the really great pictures. It comes direct from the long run at the Central on Broadway, and brings back Charles Ray, as a young fireman who finds himself tangled in a net of politics and love, and the denoument comes in one of the most thrilling climaxes ever screened. May McAvoy is seen in the leading feminine role. While "The Fire Brigade" is a spectacular human interest story of the fire fighters, it is not merely a preachment, but includes a heart warming love story, and laughs in the life of the unsung heroes. The popular radio and recording artist, Margaret Young, "a bolt from the blues," will be the big vaudeville headliner. ; The others will include the Gilbert and Avery Revue, with a cast - of seven ; George Broadhurst and company in a playlet ; Bigelow and Lee, and Niobe, the water nymph. ' " ? , : FRITZ LEIBER In "The Field God" At Werba's Brooklyn next week GOMING TO WERBA'S BROOKLYN The Marx Brothers in "The Cocoanuts,", the hit of hits of the New York season, will be the attraction at Werba's Brooklyn Theatre the week commencing Monday, April 18th, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday. "The Cocoanuts" is a sparkling and pic-, turesque pageant of clever fun-makers, beautiful women, rich and varied costumes and elaborate stage pictures. Irving Berlin has written score and lyrics of a number of songs with a swing destined to provoke popularity. "A Little immmmmuimmmmmsi limmk 'TIT l-'fiWBBiiimr-Tnnir-'ir"-'' HARRIETT HOCTOR Of Hoctor & Holbrook At E. F. Albee Theatre next week LOEW'S BREVOORT "Love's Greatest Mistake," from the popular serial of that name, I with Evelyn Brent, James Hall and William Powell, will be on the program at Loew's Brevoort Theatre Sunday and Monday. Two features are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday: Joan Crawford, with Owen Moore and Gertrude Astor in "The Taxi Dancer," and "Easy Pickings,", a mystery, with Anna Q. Nilssoh, Kenneth Harlan and Billie Bevan. John Gilbert in "The Show," the Tod Browning production, with Renee Adoree and Lionel Barrymore, and a comedy, "Eve's Love Letters," with Agnes Ayres and Forrest Stanley, will round out the program on Thursday and Friday. Distinctive and Exclusive Tht Aristocrat in Teas Have You Tried TIio Arbco Coffee Ring For Sale on the Heights John Schult Mettlers' Sons Daniel Reeves Becker Grocery Granay Bros. - Boyd Grocery Importers the: fantea co. 42 Fifth Ave B'klyn. Samples gladly submitted on request. Or let end you a carton of 100 tea bags for $1.50.

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