Print shows a full audience of men and women at a kabuki theater. Title devised by Library staff. Adachi modern reprint (Showa). Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Print shows an interior view of a theater with flames emerging on the left, as the frightened audience rushes to escape, in Amsterdam, May 11, 1772. Title from item.
The miseries consequent on heat and crowding in a restricted space, as displayed in the Pigeon Hole Galleries of John Kemble's newly-constructed Drury Lane Theatre, gave rise to the present caricature. General ... more
Print shows the mirrored curtain reflecting the audience at the Royal Coburg Theatre (Old Vic Theatre) and Ramo Samee, a juggler, magician, and sword swallower, juggling on stage. Title from item. Forms part of... more
"A corner of the stage (right) at Drury Lane, with a section of the pit in the foreground (left). Kean, as Richard III, postures before his tent, frantically flourishing his sword, and exclaiming Richard is not... more
Print shows a view from the street of the ruins of the Brunswick Theatre, Wellclose Square, London, after it collasped on February 28th, 1828. Title from item.
Print shows four vignettes of the Tremont Theatre, the Odeon theater, the Boston Athenaeum, and a statue of George Washington in Boston, Massachusetts. Title from item. Illus. from: Bowen's picture of Boston, o... more
View of façade of "Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica" from dirt road. Brick retaining wall in front of cast iron fence. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center
Photo shows an exterior view of the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Title devised by Library staff. (DLC/PP-1999:126). Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection at the Library of Congress.
Photograph shows theater in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with sign advertising Julia Daly in Faint Heart; on left side is the Melodeon theater and on the right side is the Shakespeare Bowling Saloon with a shooti... more
New Bedford, Massachusetts, photograph circa 1890 of Liberty Hall, erected at the northwest corner of William and Purchase Streets, after its predecessor was burned down. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library
In album: Browning Collection of Portraits, etc., p. 50 (top left). Color laser copy reference surrogate for LOT 6633 is available for use in the Prints and Photographs Reading Room (Filed with Finding Aids).
Illustration shows the interior of theater in Paris after being destroyed by fire during the Siege of Paris in the Franco-Prussian War. Title from item. Illus. in: Les ruines de Paris et de ses environs, 1870-1... more
Print shows the interior of Wallacks Theatre during the play "The School for Scandal." Title from item. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. 26, no. 1307 (1882 January 7), p. 1.