Greenwich Village Follies designs, ca. 1920-1926 and undated.

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Greenwich Village Follies designs, ca. 1920-1926 and undated.

Greenwich Village Follies designs, ca. 1920-1926 and undated.

Original color costume and set designs for the theater production Greenwich Village Follies; a musical revue performed in two acts originally presented in a small Greenwich Village theatre but later moved to larger playhouses uptown. Editions were offered from 1919 through 1925 and again in 1928. The production is based on the book by John Murray Anderson, dialogue is by Thomas J. Gray, lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom, music by A. Baldwin Sloane and costume designs by James Reynolds.

2 boxes : col.; 23.5 x 16.

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Anderson, John Murray

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Le Maire, Charles

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Charles Le Maire designed costumes, with Mark Mooring, for the 1925 Greenwich Village Follies, having designed the costumes for the revue's more famous rival, the Ziegfeld Follies, a year earlier. He began his design career for theater in the 1920's and later worked in film, becoming the director of wardrobe at 20th Century Fox Studios from 1942-1960. From the guide to the Charles Le Maire costume designs for the Greenwich Village follies [graphic], 1925 and 1926, (The New York Publi...

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