Winter Garden Theatre

The Winter Garden Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 1634 Broadway between 50th and 51st Streets in midtown Manhattan.

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Winter Garden Theatre (1850) - Enter Edwin Booth
... On February 21, 1863, Edwin Booth took on the management of the Winter Garden Theatre (together with his brother-in-law, John Sleeper Clarke) with the intention of shifting the focus from musicals and burlesques to ... the tragedy of Julius Caesar before an audience in The Winter Garden Theatre that was "packed to the rafters." During the performance the clanging of fire bells could be heard from the ... House which threatened to engulf The Winter Garden Theatre ...
Winter Garden Theatre (1850) - Enter Edwin Booth - The Brothers Booth Play Julius Caesar As New York Burns
... The fire at the Lafarge House that almost spread to The Winter Garden Theatre had been set by sympathizers to the cause of the Confederacy with the intention ... under a banner heading THE EXCITEMENT AT WINTER GARDENS When the alarm of fire was given at the Lafarge the excitement became very intense among the closely-packed mass of human ... BOOTH, who addressed them from the stage of the theatre, telling them there was no danger, it is fearful to think what would have been the result ...

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