Content: National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project.
Content: George M. Cohan was born into a family of performers. He, with his parents and older sister Josephine were a vaudeville act called the Four Cohans. Little Johnny Jones, which he wrote, composed, directed and performed in, was his first major Broadway success. Originally produced in Oct. 1904, the musical was performed for many years throughout the United States, including a revival in the 1980's.
Content: Special engagement ... Academy of Music--Back cover.
Content: Unnumbered pamphlet illustrated with photographs from the production identified by text from the relevant scenes. Includes a brief history and description of the musical, production credits, and a list of songs.
Content: A promotional brochure for a touring company of George M. Cohan's popular musical Little Johnny Jones.
Content: Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923