Lonergan Dramatic News

"Devoted to the interests of the Lonergan Players" / December 25, 1911


LONERGAN PLAYERS

TITLE: Lonergan Players' Magazine

SIZE: 6 by 9"

COMMENTS: The Lonergan Players' Magazine Published Weekly In the interests of the patrons of Hathaway's Theater
                    and intended to bridge the gap between illusion and reality.

PUBLISHER: Hathaway's Theater, New Bedford, Massachusetts


Notes on other issues:


  • Aug. 18, 1913; Vol. 2 No. 5 (15 pages) -
                        55th week Lonergan Players in "A Woman's Way" Next week "A Fool There Was".


    Notes on the company:


    The Yankee Clipper - July 17, AMY RICHARD, who was leading woman of the Lonergan Players at the Majestic, has a remark able record of stage versatility to her credit...Her next move from musical comedy gave her an important role In "The Master Builder."

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    VARIETY: 1913 LOWELL. MASS. OPERA HOUSE (Jules Cahn, prop. 4k mar.). 1-8, The Lonergan Players In "The Gambler."

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    THE NEW YORK DRAMATIC MIRROR - APRIL 9, 1913. With regret patrons of the Opera House learned that at the end of this week's engagement the Lonergan Players finish their present engagement at that theater.

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    VARIETY: Aug.27, 1914

    LONERGAN PLAYERS OPEN.

    New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 27.
    Lester Lonergan and his own company
    were enthusiastically received
    here on their regular fall stock opening
    at Hathaway's last week in "A Woman's
    Way." Amy Ricard, Joseph Guthrie,
    Jack Bennett, John Meehan, Eugene
    DuBois, Jessica Carber, Maud
    Blair, Eddie Phelan, Thomas Davies,
    Marion Nichols. Joseph Selman, besides
    Lonergan, compose the playing staff.
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    Boston Evening Transcript - Jun 7, 1915
    Majestic: Richard Carle and the Lonergan Players. 8:15. ...........................................

    Boston Evening Transcript - Jun 15, 1915
    Majestic: Edith Taialefeo and the Lonergan Players. 8:15.

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    THE NEW YORK DRAMATIC MIRROR - JULY 7, 1915

    The visiting star with the Lonergan Players
    at the Majestic this week is Ernestine Morley.
    who resumes for the week her part in " Tess
    of the Storm Country." Miss Morley Is new to
    Boston, though we are told she Is liked out
    West: and this is the first occasion that a play
    has been seen in Boston in the movies before the
    play itself has been seen as spoken drama.

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    Boston Evening Transcript - Jul 10, 1915

    Mr. Lester Lonergan, of the Lonergan players,
    who has been conducting a summer stock season
    at the Majestic Theatre, has decided to
    temporarily suspend the weekly productions
    there. His company has been playing continously
    for nearly a year and many members of the
    organization are anxious for a few weeks' vacation.


    (Actual sheet measures 6"x 9 1/4")


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