Nicknamed the Showcase of The Nation, "The Radio City Music Hall" opened on December 27th, 1933, with a lavish stage show featuring Ray Bolger, Doc Rockwell, and Martha Graham. This is a 20 page Radio City Music Hall Souvenir Program from 1933 showing the stunning Art Deco interior created by designer Donald Deskey and architect Edward Durell Stone. From photos showing the construction to the Art Deco bathrooms, stunning stage, the Grand Foyer and Lounge, seating for 3,700 patrons, to all the futuristic lighting found all throughout the theatre, it is no wonder some called it another Great Wonder of The World. As you view the pictures we scanned you can see why it was called one of the greatest architect achievements of the twentieth century.
**Condition: The front and back covers and the inside pages are in very good condition. *Covers: The cover is clean and bright with minor surface wear, light edge wear, and tiny corner bumps. *Inside Pages: The past owner wrote in pencil on the last inside page.(Please see photo)
Did you know that 1933 is considered Americas year of some of the greatest accomplishments of the Twentieth Century? Below are some of those accomplishments:
Radio City Music Hall Opening, the movie King Kong premiered, FDR became the 32nd President, Mount Rushmore dedicated, the first drive-in theater opened in New Jersey, the first All-Star Baseball Game was played, The Lone Ranger made his debut on the radio, Newsweek published its first issue, FM Radio was introduced, Albert Einstein arrived in America, The Rockettes and the first Christmas Show were performed in the music hall, and the first Krispy Kreme Donut Shop opened. These are only a few of dozens of cool things that were introduced in 1933.
A wonderful gift for a friend or member of your family who loves seeing shows at the Radio City Music Hall.
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