With the third and concluding volume of the Brooklyn Theatre Index nearing its publication, we will be featuring during the month of September, borough performance spaces on our various web logs and sites.
Universal Weekly, December 30, 1922:
“The Stone Theatre, Brooklyn, prepared a special illuminated lobby display which showed Priscilla Dean on horseback with a very pretty sunrise effect in the background. The entire front of the house was gaily decorated with flags of all nations.
“Narrow snipes with an arrow pointing toward the theatre and the words “This way to see Priscilla Dean in ‘Under Two Flags’ were posted on curbstones at regular intervals for an area of a half mile about the Stone.
“Mr. Rinzler, owner of the Stone, was well pleased with the results of his work.
He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014-15, historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.