All the world's a stage
|Title:||All the world's a stage|
Thirteen young men and women acting in scene from play: caption: "All the world's a stage--But on Saturday and Sunday evenings the Troupers, acting guild of St. Francis College, will restrict their activities to the stage of the St. Felix Street Playhouse, adjacent to the Academy of Music. The Troupers are presenting an adaptation of George Batson's mystery farce, 'Ramshackle Inn,' under the direction of Henry Magliato, with assistance from Brother Celestine, O.S.F., moderator of the group and chairman of the English department of St. Francis. Male members of the cast are recruited from the student body. Friends of students at the college play the female leads."
|Location:||Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Grease pencil cropping marks; retouched.
On verso: date stamped: Nov. 17, 1954; Brooklyn Eagle stamp.
Title from caption on verso.
St. Francis College (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)
College and school drama
|Institution:||Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.|
Gelatin silver prints.
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