The Colony Theatre Company
Wilder's grande, farcical entertainment
Performed this evening in
the open air of the Riverside Park Municipal Bandstand
This production is
dedicated to the memory of our
dear friend, colleague,
and Colony family member
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
Time: 1890's New York.
Vandergelder's house in
Mrs. Molloy's hat store,
The Harmonia Gardens Restaurant
on the Battery.
Miss Van Huysen's house.
Please enjoy our lively musical
interludes provided to delight and divert your attentions.
A FEW SIMPLE REQUESTS.
Do not use your feet
to applaud. Do not spit tobacco during the performance. Do not eat peanuts
in the stands. Do not whistle or shout in applauding. Do not stand on the
chairs. Do not rush for the exits before the curtain drops.
Mrs. Irene Molloy
S. Simple & Son,
And Dealers In
Keep consistently on hand
assorted stock in
Furniture and Parlor Goods
IN DODGE COUNTY.
Undertaking a Specialty
It will be the aim
of the Company to stage all pieces in the most realistic manner, so as
to render all productions as perfect as possible. A delightful musical
interlude will be provided between the acts, and all should keep their
seats. Refreshment will be available during the intermission between Acts
II and III. Any grievance should be reported at once to the Manager of
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