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Name 118 Hudson St.
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Image of Program: "Pleased to Meet You." Play by Christopher Morley. Hoboken Theatrical Co., Rialto Theatre, Hoboken, Oct. 29-Nov. 11, 1928. - Program

Program: "Pleased to Meet You." Play by Christopher Morley. Hoboken Theatrical Co., Rialto Theatre, Hoboken, Oct. 29-Nov. 11, 1928. - Program

Program: "Pleased to Meet You." By Christopher Morley. Hoboken Theatrical Company, Rialto Theatre, Hoboken, Weeks of October 29th & Nov. 5th, 1928. Single folio, 5-3/8" wide x 7-5/8" high, [4] pp. The play by Morley was apparently the seventh or eighth production at the Rialto, 118 Hudson St., by this stock company that was established by Morley, Cleon Throckmorton and Harry Wagstaff Gribble. They had their first opening night on Labor Day, September 3, 1928. "Pleased to Meet You" was the second production be held over for a second week, although it is likely that it was first that was scheduled for such. The program text (complete transcription in notes) states on page [1] it was to

Image of Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann, no date (circa 1902-1905). Sole Depot: J.A. Lischke's, Book and Stationery Store, 93 River Street, near Hamburger Piers, Hoboken, N. J. The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Copyright by A. Wittemann, Publisher of American Views. 250 Adams St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Album cover: Red grained paper boards, 5-3/8" high x 7-1/4" wide; stab binding with cord tie; cover titled in silver gilt: Souvenir of Hoboken. Contents: title leaf plus 28 leaves of collotype photogravures with titling; unpaginated; all leaves 5" x 7-1/8" wide except last leaf (panoramic fold-out view), 13-1/2" wide. PDF on file.

Image of Sign, lobby, for "After Dark" production at Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken, Jan. 1929. - Sign

Sign, lobby, for "After Dark" production at Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken, Jan. 1929. - Sign

Lobby sign for production of "After Dark" presented by The Hoboken Theatrical Company at Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken, January 1929. Decorated matte with printed program with second window at bottom for a replaceable card. In wood frame, 11" x 21" high, with glass. From the Ted Conrad Collection. Program is the typical one from this show presented by Christopher Morley. Printed on newsprint and bearing the date "Week of January 7th, 1868" which was a conceit of Morley and his friends (related to the original production of this 19th century melodrama) - this would translate to a program for the week of January 7, 1929. While the program was reprinted weekly with the 1868 d

Image of Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Applesauce." Week of Sept. 13th, [1926.] The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 
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Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Applesauce." Week of Sept. 13th, [1926.] The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Applesauce." Week of September 13th, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-3/4" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "The Creaking Chair," as commencing on Monday, Sept. 20th. ---- Advertisement: Hudson Theatre, Union City; Mutual Burlesque. ---- stock theater / play

Image of Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "A Good Bad Woman." Week of Oct. 11, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "A Good Bad Woman." Week of Oct. 11, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "A Good Bad Woman." Week of October 11th, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-1/4" wide x 8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "The Traveling Ghost," starting the week of Monday, October 18th, 1926. ---- Ads: Monaco Furniture Company advertisement; 625 Washington St.; 416-418 Madison St., Hoboken. Hudson Theatre, Union City; Mutual Burlesque. ---- stock theater / play

Image of Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Desire Under The Elms." Week of Jan. 4, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Desire Under The Elms." Week of Jan. 4, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Desire Under The Elms." Week of January 4, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-7/8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. States "in the first dramatic stock presentation in America of "Desire Under the Elms"...by Eugene O'Neill." Promotes the next production, "The Night Cap," starting the week of January 11th, 1926. ---- stock theater / play

Image of Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Night Duel." Week of Apr. 13th, [1926.] The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 
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Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Night Duel." Week of Apr. 13th, [1926.] The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Night Duel." Week of April 13th, [1926.] The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-3/4" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "They Knew What They Wanted," starting the week of April 29th, [1926.] ---- Ads: Frank Cordts Furniture Co., Second and Washington St., Hoboken. Hudson Theatre, Union City; "White Cargo." stock theater / play

Image of Program: Christopher Morley's Rialto Theatre; The Hoboken Theatrical Co. presentation of "Old Heidelberg." Week of Dec. 3, 1928. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken.  - Program, Theater

Program: Christopher Morley's Rialto Theatre; The Hoboken Theatrical Co. presentation of "Old Heidelberg." Week of Dec. 3, 1928. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Christopher Morley's Rialto Theatre; The Hoboken Theatrical Company Presents Christopher Morley's Players in "Old Heidelberg." Week of December 3rd, 1928. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-13/16" wide x 7-1/2" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Two copies, condition of both poor. Page [4] promotion: Next Week "After Dark" or Neither Maid, Wife Nor Widow. ---- Ads: Continental Grill, First and Hudson Streets Hoboken Hofbrau, Second Street Meyer's Hotel, Hudson and Third Streets C. Muzzi & Co., Hardware, 104 Jefferson St. Hannigall Coal Co., Ravine Road, Jersey City (Lackawanna Anthracite) ---- Printed by The Poggi Press, Hoboken. ---- stock theater / play / m

Image of Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Gorilla." Week of Oct. 11, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program: Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Gorilla." Week of Oct. 11, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Gorilla." Week of October April 4th, 1927. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-1/4" wide x 8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "Sinners," starting the week of Monday, April 11th, 1927. ---- Ad: Hudson Theatre, Union City; Mutual Burlesque. ---- stock theater / play

Image of Program: Old Rialto, Hoboken; Old Rialto Theatre Guild Presents "The Trial of Mary Dugan." Week of March 17, 1930. (The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken.)
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Program: Old Rialto, Hoboken; Old Rialto Theatre Guild Presents "The Trial of Mary Dugan." Week of March 17, 1930. (The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken.) - Program, Theater

Program for Old Rialto, Hoboken; Old Rialto Theatre Guild Presents "The Trial of Mary Dugan." Week of March 17th, 1930. (The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken.) 5-1/2" wide x 8-1/4" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Front cover: Old Rialto Hoboken "America's Most Famous Theatre" Management Christopher Morley Cleon Throckmorton Page [3]: Plays to follow this week's attractions March 24, "The Silent House" March 31, "Little Accident" April 7, "The Scarlet Fox" April 14, "Dracula" (If available for Stock companies) ---- Ads: Continental Hotel, 101 Hudson Street Meyers Hotel, 3rd and Hudson ---- stock theater / play / morley

Image of Program: Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken; William Hunt presents Margie Hart in "Rain." Week beginning Monday, June 27th, 1949.
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Program: Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken; William Hunt presents Margie Hart in "Rain." Week beginning Monday, June 27th, 1949. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken; William Hunt presents Margie Hart in "Rain." Week beginning Monday, June 27th, 1949. Single leaf, 8-1/2" x 11" folded to 5-1/2" wide; printed only on page [1] + [4] (interior blank.) Two copies, condition similar. Selected text from page [1]: Stage Plays Are Back at the Old Rialto Theatre...; Great Hits with Great Stars. With Lewis Martin, Anne Follman, Craig Kelly. Directed by Marjorie Hildreth. Selected text from page [4] Next Attraction Week beginning Monday, July 4th, 1949, the comedian who has made five continents laugh - Buster Keaton as Erwin, the infallible horse picker, in one of the funniest comedies in the histo

Image of Flier/handbill: Italian stage show presented at The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken, Fri., June 8, 1945. - Flier

Flier/handbill: Italian stage show presented at The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken, Fri., June 8, 1945. - Flier

Flier or handbill for an Italian stage show presented at The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson Street, Hoboken, Friday, June 8, 1945. Printed paper, 5-1/2" wide x 19-1/2" long, printed one side only. All text is in Italian (see notes for untranslated transcription.) Some penciled notes in Italian on back near bottom (not translated or transcribed.) Multiple creases as folded. PDF on file. Printed photo portrait of Patsy Di Menza who was the owner of the Rialto. He was apparently the producer and the headliner of this spectacular which included music, singing, comedy and dance (including ballet.) (It is noteworthy that VE Day - Victory in Europe - was May 8th, just a month earlier.) ----

Image of Program: Brüggemann's Empire Theatre, (118 Hudson St.), Hoboken, N.J., for week of March 2-8, 1908. - Program

Program: Brüggemann's Empire Theatre, (118 Hudson St.), Hoboken, N.J., for week of March 2-8, 1908. - Program

Program: Brüggemann's Empire Theatre, (118 Hudson Street), Hoboken, N.J., for week of March 2-8, 1908. Booklet, 5-7/8" wide x 9" high, [16] pp. PDF on file. Pencil note on cover: Mr. & Mrs. Nuttall March 3 '08 Mr. B & I. A.M. Brüggemann [Bruggemann], Proprietor. Frank V. Strauss & Co., Publishers. Page [5]: 211th Week of Fashionable Vaudeville - Sixth Season, Beginning Monday Matinee, March 2, 1908. Front cover lists: Kinetograph - New Motion Pictures. Seating plan for the theater on page [14]. This theatre became the Rialto Theatre in the 1920s.

Image of The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 2, Week of April 27,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 2, Week of April 27,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 2, Week of April 27,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. "Published Weekly for Our Patrons and Friends." 5-1/2" x 7" high pamphlet, 4 pp. Believed to be a short-lived publication that also served as the program for and to promote the presentations of the Rialto Stock Company. While it may have been published weekly, the volume and issue number seem to be irrelevant (cf. objects catalog 2001.027.0064 and 2001.027.0065 for two other issues.) This issue has the cast and scene list for the current four-act play, "Cobra." Copy on page one promotes "Haunted House," the production to be present the next week.

Image of The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 3, Week of May 4,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 3, Week of May 4,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 3, Week of May 4,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. "Published Weekly for Our Patrons and Friends." 5-1/2" x 7" high pamphlet. A partial issue, pages 1 and 2 only of 4. Believed to be a short-lived publication that also served as the program for and to promote the presentations of the Rialto Stock Company. While it may have been published weekly, the volume and issue number seem to be irrelevant (cf. objects catalog 2001.027.0063 and 2001.027.0065 for two other issues.) This issue lacks the cast and scene list for the current play. Copy on page one promotes the production to be presented the next week, "Simon Called Peter".

Image of The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 4, Week of May 11,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 4, Week of May 11,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

The Rialto Newsette. Vol.1, no. 4, Week of May 11,1925. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. "Published Weekly for Our Patrons and Friends." 5-1/2" x 7" high pamphlet, 4 pp, Believed to be a short-lived publication that also served as the program for and to promote the presentations of the Rialto Stock Company. While it may have been published weekly, the volume and issue number seem to be irrelevant (cf. objects catalog 2001.027.0063 and 2001.027.0064 for two other issues.) This issue has the cast and scene list for the current play, "Simon Called Peter". Copy on pages one and two promotes the production to be presented the next week, "Shipwrecked".

Image of Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of  "Desire Under The Elms" week of January 4, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Desire Under The Elms" week of January 4, 1926. [The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken]. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "Desire Under The Elms" week of January 4, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-7/8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. States "in the first dramatic stock presentation in America of "Desire Under the Elms"...by Eugene O'Neill." Promotes the next production, "The Night Cap," starting the week of January 11th, 1926.

Image of Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "So's Your Old Man." Week of Jan. 18, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "So's Your Old Man." Week of Jan. 18, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "So's Your Old Man." Week of January 18, 1926. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-7/8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "Silence," starting the week of January 25th, 1926.

Image of Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "What Price Glory?" Week of Feb. 15, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "What Price Glory?" Week of Feb. 15, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "What Price Glory?" Week of February 15, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-7/8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "Flaming Youth," starting the week of February 22nd, [1926].

Image of Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Bride." Week of March 1, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Bride." Week of March 1, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. - Program, Theater

Program for Rialto Stock Players presentation of "The Bride." Week of March 1, [1926]. The Rialto Theatre, 118 Hudson St., Hoboken. 5-3/8" wide x 7-7/8" high pamphlet, [4] pp. Promotes the next production, "The Gorilla," starting the week of March 8th, [1926].