Vaudeville Program

Shea's Garden Theatre; Buffalo, NY / October 30, 1899


PhotoShopped clippings of "Notice" and "Announcement" from last page:

Notice To Patrons


"It is the purpose of the management to play high class vaudeville and none other.

The Music Hall is the most beautifully decorated in the country and the talent will be the best.


Gentlemen may bring their wives or sisters without fear that anything bordering on indecency

will be seen or heard on the stage or in the auditorium.


No expense has been spared to insure comfort and no attraction will will be played in which

the most exacting woman could find the slightest objection.


The management of the house will book all of the leading vaudeville attractions of the

world as rapidly as they can be found in New York or European cities.


Patrons are respectfully invited to inspect the house and view the many

features planned for their comfort and amusement.


It is our aim to please and suggestions that will help us to achieve success are invited.

We want to amuse you so that we may retain your good will and patronage.





Matinee daily at 2:15

Evening performance at 8:15


Ladies retiring room northeast end of the Theatre.


We earnestly request out patrons to report an inattention, incivility, or lack of

promptitude on the part of attaches, or discourtesy on the part of visitors, at the office.


Smoking permitted only in boxes and at Tables, and on the Promenade.

Refreshments served in boxes and on promenade only.



Monsieur Cadieux - Electric Clark Sisters - Coakley & Heusted and Trix - Blockson & Burns

The Famous Eddy Family - Sally Stambler - Flo Irwin & Walter Hawley - Arthur Rigby

Leon Morris' Educated and Comedy Ponies

(Actual program measures 5 3/4 "x 8")

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