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In 1926, posters were put up in an alleyway to promote a one-night-only show by Madame Magee, which was to be held on Saturday 4 December. Posters were also placed around the New York port advertising a performance by Freddy Forgione on the same night.
In 1927, the theatre was showing performances by the Marvellous Matelot who was on every day Monday through Thursday in evenings and afternoons. The show lasted two and a half hours, with all seats reserved according to posters put up to advertise the show.
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