The Theatre Museum

The Theatre Museum Helping to preserve, protect and perpetuate the legacy of the theatre.
The Theatre Museum is a non-profit educational corporation operating with a provisional charter granted by the NYS Department of Education in 2003. We currently function as a museum-at-large.
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05/31/2013

We'll be happy to see you on June 3, 2013 at the Players!

2013 Theatre Museum Awards Ceremony honorees:

Helen M. Guditis - Distinguished Service to the Theatre
Emerson College - Theatre Arts Education
The Palace Theatre - 100th Anniversary

Everyone is invited!!!

05/31/2013

Dear Friends! Save the date! June 3, 2013!

Everyone is invited to 2013 The Theatre Museum Awards!

Trav S.D., Joe Franklin, the Vitaphone Project, Chris McDaniel, Rod Kimball & Co are joining us for the evening!

05/22/2013

"Queens... crossroads of artists and artisans"

The Theatre Museum is developing an exhibition
devoted to Queens's theatrical history.

If you have information/artifacts that could be useful to the story, please e-mail to [email protected] or call at (212) 764 4112.

05/22/2013

The Theatre Museum's Arts in Education program

Our teaching artists-in-residence usually include a writer or composer along with a director, choreographer, set, costume and lighting designer and/or performer who work in partnership with the classroom teacher as well as with the students.

If you want to bring The Theatre Museum's Arts in Education Program to your child's school, please contact us at 212-764-4112 or [email protected].

05/22/2013

Save the date!

2013 Awards Ceremony on June 3 at the Players!

We're happy to announce that Todd Robbins will serve as the Master of Ceremony!

05/22/2013

Dear Friends!
Everyone is invited to 2013 The Theatre Museum Awards!

Trav S.D., Joe Franklin, the Vitaphone Project, Chris McDaniel, Rod Kimball & Co are joining us for the evening!

05/22/2013

2013 Theatre Museum Awards Ceremony honorees:

Helen M. Guditis - Distinguished Service to the Theatre
Emerson College - Theatre Arts Education
The Palace Theatre - 100th Anniversary

05/09/2013

2013 the Theatre Museum Awards Ceremony honorees:

Helen M. Guditis - Distinguished Service to the Theatre
Emerson College - Theatre Arts Education
The Palace Theatre - 100th Anniversary

05/09/2013

"Queens... crossroads of artists and artisans"

The Theatre Museum is developing an exhibition
devoted to Queens's theatrical history.

If you have information/artifacts that could be useful to the story, please e-mail to [email protected] or call at (212) 764 4112.

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General information

Our current exhibition is "Showboat - 'Round the Bend!" "Showboat –’Round the Bend!" is a glimpse at the history of the American Showboat along our country's waterways including the New York Harbor and its tributaries. The exhibition is currently on display at the Maritime Industry Museum at Fort Schuyler on the campus of the State University of NY (SUNY) in the Bronx. The Showboat exhibition is a joint project of The Waterfront Museum and The Theatre Museum. The exhibition will be at the Maritime Industry Museum for an open ended run. For more information please call The Maritime Industry Museum at 718-409-7218. The museum is located at Fort Schuler, 6 Pennyfield Avenue, Bronx, NY. Open Monday to Saturday 9am to 4pm. The Maritime Industry Museum specializes in the history of the United States maritime industry, including commercial shipping, the merchant marine, and the port of New York. Website: http://www.sunymaritime.edu/Maritime Museum/index.aspx

Opening Hours

Monday 11:00 - 17:00
Thursday 11:00 - 21:00
Friday 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(212) 764-4112

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I am starting up a small theater group in the Lancaster PA area. I hope to make use of some historic-looking footlights, and was looking for a place that may have some physical examples, or even close-up photographs. I am familiar with the idea of mounting some vacuum-formed plastic seashells in front of a light socket. However, I would prefer to go with something that looks pre-electricity. I imagine I could just get any sort of oil lamp that has a reflector, but those are not as much designed to be seen from the back. I've seen a few images, or hand illustrations, but of course, they don't give me enough detail. I was hoping this museum would have something, but it seems to no longer be in existence. (see my message from a few minutes ago, warning about the bad link) But, perhaps some subscribers are still active. Any suggestions?
The web site takes you to a page with Asian text. So, either the font got messed up, or perhaps the account was hacked to redirect you to another site. So, don't click anything in that web page, in case it starts a virus infection.
I have this daguerreotype of Edwin Booth for sale, $3000.00
What happened to this page? And why does the website listed come up in Japanese? o.O