ca. 1905 Photo of a group of women in costume all lined up and posed so the side of their bodies are facing the camera. This was part of an Opera House performance.
The people have been identified as:
Emma Fraleigh, Della Baird, Barbara Sparks, Jessie Sharp, Edith Leslie, Mae Baird, Agnes Ballantyne,...
Photo of men, women and children standing on stage dressed in their costumes. The child is in the middle with all the adults standing on either side. In behind is obviously the backdrop for the play which looks as though it is a living room or sitting room of a home. Condition: Fair. Photo is...
Photo of Lena Hyde (Tovell) and Bill Rose searching for props in Mrs. Clysdale's attic. Both were involved in St. Marys Little Theatre, a theatre group that existed in St. Marys just after World War II. Condition: Very good. Paper is curling slightly
Photo of the cast of a St. Marys Little Theatre production.
The cast are sitting and standing on stage with the set all behind them.
The St. Marys Little Theatre was a theatre group in St. Marys just after World War II. Lots of St. Marys residents got involved and took part in producing these...
Photo of the cast of The Hasty Heart (see link at side to read what play was about). The cast are in their costumes on stage. Condition: Very good. Some yellowing.
Photo of Bob Currie and Audrey Henderson (McGrigor) sitting on a couch on stage performing a play for the St. Marys Little Theatre group. Condition: Very good. Some yellowing.
Photo of the cast and/or crew of The Hasty Heart, which was performed by the St. Marys Little Theatre.
They are all sitting and standing on stage at the set.
They have been identified as:
Standing Left to Right -
Archie Petrie, Miles Overend, Cecil Meta, Jake Harris
Photo of the cast and crew of a St. Marys Little Theatre production. Our records say "The Hasty Heart", but the costumes do not match with that specific play and seems to be in an entirely different time period.
The people have been identified as:
Left to Right -
Jim Purdue, _____________, Jake...
Photo of Harry Newton, Art Fort and Lorna McLaughlin most likely acting out a scene from "Mary Rose."
See the links on the side to read more about the play "Mary Rose" written by J.M. Barrie (who also wrote "Peter Pan"). Condition: Good. Some yellowing of paper with bends and folds in paper.
Photo of the set of "The Hasty Heart" which was put on by the St. Marys Little Theatre. In view are cots, a door, some windows and some pieces of fabric hanging from the ceiling. Condition: Very good. Some yellowing and wear. Designer: Bea Wilson
Director: Dot Fort
Photo of the set for the play "The Late Christopher Bean" which the St. Marys Little Theatre once put on.
The stage has a small table with chairs, a desk with chairs, a staircase, and some paintings on the wall (looks a dining room sort of area).
Chairs can be seen in front of the stage for the...
Set for a play put on by the St. Marys Little Theatre. Unfortunately the play hasn't been identified, but the set appears to be a living room with a couch, coffee table, fireplace, bookshelves, and a lamp as well as other items to make the set seem more cozy. Condition: Very good. Slight wear...
Photo of a set for a play put on by the St. Marys Little Theatre. Unfortunately, which play we do not know. The set appears to be a Victorian styled sitting area with a small dining room table, a couch and other furniture and decorations to make the set seem homey. Condition: Very good. Slight...
Photo of the set of a St. Marys Little Theater play. The play wasn't identified, but is a living room with a fireplace, couch, seat, curtains, et cetera. Condition: Very good. Slight yellowing.
Photo of a set of a play performed by the St. Marys Little Theatre. The play hasn't been identified, but the play appears to be a living room with a couch and some chairs and other regular home items. Condition: Very good. Slight yellowing.
Photo of a set of a St. Marys Little Theatre production. The play isn't identified, but the set is obviously supposed to resemble a living room. Condition: Good. Slight wearing and yellowing as well as some bends in the paper.
1905 Copy of a photo of the principal cast of a production that took place at the St. Marys Opera House in 1905 of Handel's Saul (see the links on the side to learn more).
See Early St. Marys by L.W. Wilson and L.R. Pfaff (#28) to see the picture and learn more about the St. Marys Opera House....
1800s A rare look at the interior of the Opera House taken sometime in the 1880s.
This view shows some seats below and the seats up in the balcony (which appear to be bench-like seats). Some people can be seen sitting up in the balcony with a chandelier in view as well. Condition: Copy is very good.
1920s Photo of Jack Alberts posed with a movie projector. He operated the projector at the Pleasant Hour Theatre in the early 1920s. Condition: Trimmed postcard. Okay condition, but fairly worn with dried glue on back. Jack Alberts - movie projector operator at Pleasant Hour Theatre in the early 1920.
1914+ Photo of two women standing in front of a building. The first woman is unfortunately no identified, but the woman in the white dress is Jean Provan, the wife of Scotty Provan (a vaudeville entertainer). The Provans owned the Pleasant Hour Theatre. Condition: Fair. Ripped, dry and...