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Dude sweet music, superb costumes.

Title Page: Comedies of Terence (Publii Terentii Comoediae)

Portrait from "[Comedies and Tragedies ... Never printed before, and now published by the authours originall copies. [With a portrait of Fletcher.]]"

decoration from "[Comedies and Tragedies ... Never printed before, and now published by the authours originall copies. [With a portrait of Fletcher.]]"

decoration from "[Comedies and Tragedies ... Never printed before, and now published by the authours originall copies. [With a portrait of Fletcher.]]"

Habit d'Ixion: a man wearing a tonnelet with a sword in the belt, a turban with one large feather on his head, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)

Habit de Faune: a faun wearing a tonnelet with a flute attached, a cane in his right hand and vines around his horns, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)

Habit de Roy: a man wearing a tonnelet decorated with rosettes, a crown and a turban with feathers on his head, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)

Plate 46: Habit de Folie: a woman in a ballet pose, wearing a bonnet and holding a marotte in her right hand, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)

[Kyōgen play with two characters]

[Kyōgen play with three characters, one wearing a large hat and a disk over his nose]

[Kyōgen play with three characters, two with swords, the third lying down or feigning sleep]

[Vignettes of supernatural beings and mythical events possibly related to Japanese theater]

[Kyōgen play with four characters, two wear hats, one possibly portraying a woman; there is a fish with carving knife on tray in the background]

Manzai

Champagne and oysters

Les cloches de Corneville

Champagne and oysters

Robson & Crane as the knaves of Shakespeare

Robson & Crane in Shakespeare's "Comedy of errors"

H.J. Sargents Comedy Company (organization no. 4) in Dion Boucicault's farcical comedy, "Contempt of court"

Padgett & Bassett's Bric-a-brac

Miss Jane Coombs, "School for scandal"

Abbey's Humpty Dumpty

Alvin Joslin in a new play One of the old stock

Salsbury's Troubadours the humming bird.

The comedy novelty, Ole Olson

[Man holding umbrella and another man falling]

The comedy novelty, Ole Olson

Have you seen Ole Olson

W.J. Scanlan in Myles Aroon

The comedy novelty, Ole Olson

Go & C Ole Olson

Yon Yonson

Frank W. Sanger's Company supporting John F. Sheridan in Mrs. Bridget O'Brien Esq.

Chip 'o the old block R.L. Scott's funniest play on earth.

Rush City by Gus Heege.

Too much Johnson with Wm. Gillette.

Chip 'o the old block R.L. Scott's funniest play on earth.

The singing comedian, Andrew Mack in the greatest of Irish plays, Myles Aroon

Emily Bancker in the screaming comedy, Our flat

Emily Bancker in the screaming comedy, Our flat

Too much Johnson with Wm. Gillette.

The singing comedian, Andrew Mack in Myles Aroon

Charles Hopper in Chimmie Fadden by the author of the book, Edward W. Townsend.

Charles Hopper in Chimmie Fadden by the author of the book, Edward W. Townsend.

Hoyt's A midnight bell

Mathews & Bulger in the polite comic play, At gay Coney Island by Levin C. Tees.

Hoyt's A midnight bell

Mathews & Bulger in the polite comic play, At gay Coney Island by Levin C. Tees.

Charles Frohman's new comedy, Oh, Susannah!

The Rays in A hot old time by Edgar Selden.

The electrician an American comedy drama : Chas. E. Blaney's greatest success.

The Tarrytown widow a big comedy success.

The electrician an American comedy drama : Chas. E. Blaney's greatest success.

The Tarrytown widow a big comedy success.

Charles Frohman's new comedy, Oh, Susannah!

The electrician an American comedy drama : Chas. E. Blaney's greatest success.

The Tarrytown widow a big comedy success.

The electrician an American comedy drama : Chas. E. Blaney's greatest success.

Charles Frohman's new comedy, Oh, Susannah!

Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.

Second edition of the funniest farce in the world, Shantytown everything new, funny comedians, pretty girls.

Looking for trouble

Hoyt's A midnight bell laughter every minute.

Brown's in town

Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.

Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.

Hoyt's A midnight bell laughter every minute.

Hoyt's A midnight bell laughter every minute.

The Rays in their howling success, A hot old time, 2nd edition by Geo. M. Cohan.

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

The electrician an American comedy drama : Chas. E. Blaney's greatest success.

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

The turtle F. Ziegfeld Jr's production.

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.

Charles Frohman presents the newest laughing hit, Oh, Susannah! as played for over 100 nights at Hoyt's Theatre, New York.

Wm. H. Crane presenting a farcical comedy, His honor the mayor by Charles Henry Meltzer & A.E. Lancaster.

The turtle F. Ziegfeld Jr's production.

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry mishaps of Nid and the weird, wonderful wanderings of Nod

[Man seated holding horn with arm raised and African American playing trombone]

Fisher and Carroll in a slap-bang absurdity, The Lobster

Over the fence

A.Q. Scammon's Side tracked

The up to date laugh, The Colonel and I by Frank Dumont.

A.Q. Scammon's Side tracked

The singing comedian, Andrew Mack in the The last of the Rohans by Ramsay Morris.

Who is who the real fun show.

Brady & Ziegfeld present Mlle. Fifi from Paris adapted from the French by Joseph R. Grismer and Leo Ditrichstein.

Fisher, Carroll in a slap-bang absurdity, The Lobster

Why Smith left home George H. Broadhurst's gleeful plenitude : by the author of What happened to Jones.

Who is who the hilarious concoction.

Earl & Jensch's humorous banterers handing the public, Will F. Phillips' complicated comedy, A bell boy