Detroit: Theatre Comique. Ca.1910. The Crystal Theatre was opened on September 18, 1905. Designed by architect C. Howard Crane, it had an elaborated sheet metal facade. Seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels. It was closed for a while and reopened on February 2, 1908 as the Theatre Comique playing ‘High Class Continuous Perfomances’ of movies.

All Bright And Glittering: Vaudeville house, Theatre Comique, Detroit,.

Theatre Comique 5 and 10 Cent Admission 1920 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Theatre Comique 5 and 10 Cent Admission 1920 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Theatre Comique, on Broadway, was a movie and vaudeville venue that opened in 1921 and closed in Signs on the theater promise "Courtesy and Refinement" and "Safety and Comfort.

Interior of la Salle Favart, theatre de l'Opera Comique in Paris.

The interior of la Salle Favart, theatre de l'Opera Comique in Paris is more than decadent! The wall mural is very detailed, as is the chandelier & ceiling moldings.

Ron Rayher 3 hrs · Edited ·     728-730 Broadway was the Church of the Messiah from 1830's - 1864. It was then purchased by department store magnate A. T. Stewart and converted into a theater which subsequently operated under a series of names, ending with The New Theatre Comique. It burned down in 1884

Ron Rayher 3 hrs · Edited · 728-730 Broadway was the Church of the Messiah from 1830's - 1864. It was then purchased by department store magnate A. T. Stewart and converted into a theater which subsequently operated under a series of names, ending with The New Theatre Comique. It burned down in 1884

Theatre Comique, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1920

Old photograph - corner of Hicks Street and Acushnet Avenue in New Bedford Massachusetts

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party from Alice in Wonderland  with Rosa Hersee as Alice and Arthur Elliot as the Hatter at the Opera Comique Theatre in London, 1898

Tomado de FB: Improbables Librairies, Improbables Bibliothèques The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party from Alice in Wonderland, with Rosa Hersee as Alice and Arthur Elliot as the Hatter at the Opera Comique Theatre in London, 1898

Le Soldat fanfaron (Miles gloriosus en latin) est la plus longue comédie de Plaute. Adaptée d’une pièce grecque, la comédie de Plaute met en scène un soldat vaniteux prompt à s’attribuer des exploits guerriers imaginaires, qui a donné naissance à un type de personnage récurrent dans le théâtre comique aux époques suivantes.

Le Soldat fanfaron (Miles gloriosus en latin) est la plus longue comédie de Plaute. Adaptée d’une pièce grecque, la comédie de Plaute met en scène un soldat vaniteux prompt à s’attribuer des exploits guerriers imaginaires, qui a donné naissance à un type de personnage récurrent dans le théâtre comique aux époques suivantes.

Josephine Baker starring in the three act 1875 opéra comique, December 1934 revival at the Théâtre Marigny, in the title role.

Josephine Baker starring in the three act 1875 opéra comique, December 1934 revival at the Théâtre Marigny, in the title role.

Jacques Offenbach  théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique

Jacques Offenbach théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique

Jacques Offenbach  théâtre de l'ambigu-comique

Jacques Offenbach théâtre de l'ambigu-comique

Théâtre de l’Athénée-Comique, Rue Boudreau (rue Auber) 1895.   Lucien Métivet (1863-1932), illustrateur.    Bibliothèque nationale de France    Wikimedia

Théâtre de l’Athénée-Comique, Rue Boudreau (rue Auber) 1895. Lucien Métivet (1863-1932), illustrateur. Bibliothèque nationale de France Wikimedia

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