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Lillian Russell in Apollo / cabinet photographs by Sarony.
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Lillian Russell in Apollo / cabinet photographs by Sarony.  [Das Orakel.] (1891)

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Image Title

:  Lillian Russell in Apollo / cabinet photographs by Sarony.

Alternate Title(s)

: Das Orakel. Title 2.) The oracle of Delphi.

Creator

: Sarony & Co -- Photographer

Published Date

: 1891

Specific Material Type

: photographs

Item Physical Description

: 2 cabinet photographs : b&w ; 17 x 11 cm.

Notes

: Lillian Russell in the role of Pythia in Apollo, or the Oracle of Delphi, music by Joseph Hellmesberger, libretto by Helen D. Tretbar and Edgar Smith, based on Das Orakel, a Viennese operatta by Ignaz Schnitzer. Note 2.) National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project. Note 3.) The operetta had one run, May 7-July 11, 1891, at the Casino theater, New York, N.Y. Not a popular success, Lillian Russell immediately revived her success from the previous year, The Grand Duchess. Note 4.) Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923

Source

: Billy Rose Theatre Collection photograph file / Personalities / R / Lillian Russell

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Catalog Call Number

: *T-PHO (A) Russell, Lillian, no. 13-14.

Digital ID

: th-48499

Record ID

: 548667

Digital Item Published

: 9-12-2005; updated 5-8-2012

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