Lyceum Theatre, September 1918


In this week of Remembrance for all our brave service men and women, I thought it would be appropriate to show this particular program from the Lyceum Theatre dated September 8th 1918. It reads:

LYCEUM THEATRE
HOME OF THE LYCEUM PLAYERS
FOR THE ALLIED BLIND SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
ROBIN HOOD IS PRESENTED IN THIS THEATRE
FOR THEIR PERMANENT BENEFIT
Thanks to All For Their Support and Patronage
NEW LYCEUM PLAYERS ALL STAR STOCK CAST OPENS SEPT. 8, 1918

FOR THE UNFORTUNATE BLIND OF THE GREAT WAR.
"ROBIN HOOD" IS PRESENTED BY THIS CAST AS A METHOD WHEREBY THOSE SAME BLIND MAY KNOW THAT THEIR SACRIFICE IS NOT FORGOTTEN.


1 comment:

Clement of the Glen said...

Lyceum Theatre

Robin Hood
September 1918