Capitol Theatre

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Capitol Theatre (New York City) - Radio
... Radio programs were broadcast from the Capitol Theatre as early as 1923 ... In 1923, he emigrated to New York, where he became the violist and arranger for the Capitol Theatre ... and small ensemble pieces for the Capitol's radio program on WEAF, which became the flagship station of the NBC Red Network in 1926 ...
History Of Davenport, Iowa - 20th Century - Early 20th Century
... to form, with the construction of commercial buildings like the Kahl Building and the Capitol Theatre, the Parker Building, and American Commercial and Savings Bank. 10,000 people turned out to see the opening of Davenport's new, elegant theater, the Capitol Theatre ... The Capitol Theatre featured a classical interior, an orchestra pit and a full-scale theater organ ...
Three From The Vault - The Capitol Theatre Show
... second of a series of six shows in seven days at the Capitol Theatre ... Songs that they recorded at the February 21 and February 23, 1971 shows at the Capitol Theatre were released as an album called Vintage NRPS ...
Capitol Theatre, Sydney - Transport
... Capitol Square MLR station Central railway station, Sydney The closest train station is Central Station, it is approximately five minutes walk from the theatre ... The closest light rail stop is Capitol Square, and is directly behind the Capitol Theatre ...
Manchester Metropolitan School Of Theatre
... The Manchester School of Theatre (Also known as "The Manchester School of Theatre at MMU" or simply "Man Met" or "MST") is a drama school, situated in the city of Manchester, UK ... perform to the public in their own in-house theatre, Capitol Theatre, which is in the Mabel Tylecote building, Oxford Road, Manchester, as part of the MMU All Saints ... open to the public, tickets can be booked through the Capitol Theatre website ...

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