Placards from the Yiddish Theatre


The Rutgers Vaudeville Theatre

The Rutgers Vaudeville Theatre was located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan at 39 Rutgers Street, near Madison Street.

The proprietors were Zimmerman and Gotthelf; the regisseur was Louis Bakshitzky.

The play to be performed on a midweek evening, on 24 January 1910, was "Doz meydl fun der getto," or "Girl from the Ghetto."

Mentioned are a Bessie Rosenblum and Gustav Goldstein.

Also mentioned are productions of "The Green Bride" and "The Detective."


: courtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Gallery.


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