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Opera houses

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A Theater (Opera House) USO Came in and Used Local People to Help, 1945 May

Identifier: M456.02.0004.0051

A detailed watercolor rendering of a theatrical stage from the perspective of a member of the audience, with three female singers onstage accompanied by a pianist under a dark red curtain.

Dates: 1945 May

Container 3: Metropolitan Opera Poster, 1955

 File — Object D021.0003: Series D021.05 [Barcode: U186023286879]
Identifier: D021.05.0003

This object is a framed poster from the Metropolitan Opera House production of "Aida" on January 1, 1955.

Dates: 1955

Dankmar Adler, 1981 November 18

Identifier: B111.01.0001.0002

Dankmar Adler was a Jewish architect who worked during the 1880s in the Chicago architectural firm Adler and Sullivan; however, little is known about him. Adler partnered with Louis Sullivan on Pueblo, Colorado's, Grand Opera House, which burned down during the winter of 1922.

Dates: 1981 November 18

People Watching Show, the Man is the Emcee, c.1945

Identifier: M456.02.0004.0053

A pen and ink rendering of an opera box in the Alberti Theatre filled with soldiers, together with in inset pen sketch of the show’s emcee lower right.

Dates: c.1945

Silverheels - Script Pages

Identifier: D037.01.0001.0009

File contains mimeographed pages for 2 copies of the script for the opera, "Silverheels." Appears to be complete. Names on the scripts are "Weide" and "Waldo Williamson."

Dates: 1910-1987