Ḳuba, oder, general Matseo's hedenṭhumAdditional title: General Matseo's hedenṭhumAdditional title: Ḳuba, oder, general Matseo's ṭoyṭAdditional title: General Matseo's ṭoyṭAdditional title: קובא, אדער, גענעראל מאצעאס העלדענטהאםAdditional title: גענעראל מאצעאס העלדענטהאםAdditional title: קובא, אדער, גענעראל מאצעאס טויטAdditional title: גענעראל מאצעאס טויט
NamesWindsor Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (Creator)Horowitz, M. (Moses), 1844-1910 (Creator)הורוויץ הלוי, מ. איש, 1844-1910 (Creator)
Yiddish theater collection
New York Yiddish theater placards
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1897 (Inferred)Place: New YorkPublisher: s.n.
Library locationsDorot Jewish DivisionShelf locator: **P (Thomashefsky Collection, Poster No. 160) (Flat File)
TopicsJewish artsMaceo, Antonio, 1845-1896Theater, Yiddish -- New York (State) -- New YorkTheatrical posters, YiddishCuba -- History -- Revolution, 1895-1898מאצעא, 1845-1896
NotesContent: "Murder never changed world history" - Disraeli. Maceo lived! Is Maceo dead? Maceo lives forever. The biggest question in America: What to do with Cuba? Spain with its old Inquisition. Human butchery in the 19th century. When Washington and the American people fought North America to free it from English tyranny, were they lawbreakers? Revolutionaries? No! No! No! True free fighters! Cuba in the 19th century is called "Revolutionaries". Out of this historical question and interesting material, Friday and Saturday evening, January 8th and 9th, there will be produced, for the first time, "Cuba, or, General Maceo's Heroism", grand historical tragedy the opposing time in four acts. By Professor M. Ish ha-Levy...The entire Windsor company will perform with new scenery and new costumes. All-original. This show is for important men, Cuban patriots, journalists, and big speakers who sympathize with freedom for Cuba. Cast: Senator Benjamin D'Acosta in Cuba (Mr. Rosenthal), Rivera, Maceo's lackey (Mr. Thomashefsky), Isadora D'Acosta (Mr. Tabatchnikov), Camilo D'Actosa (Madame Finkel), Maceo (Mr. Simonoff), Diena Elvira (Madame Greenberg), Valerina (Madames Karp and Kalish), Danilo (Mr. Mogulesco), Francisco Gomez (Mr. Manie), Sofia Guererra (Madame Epstein), Marquis Ahumada (Mr. Friedman), Dr. Certuja (N. N.), Mayor Cerueda (Mr. Greenberg), Cartiga (Mr. Gold). Cuban men and women, senators, Spanish officers, soldiers, the Cuban army, armed children, armed women, the statue of Cuban liberty...
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 placard ; 27 x 18 cm
Type of ResourceText
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 908263681NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20614653Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 8e2c3960-1f82-0134-3a85-00505686a51c
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