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Clunie Theatre, Don Caesar De Razan
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Sacramento Public Library
Sacramento Ephemera Collection
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The Clunie Theatre was a Sacramento staple from its opening in 1885 to its closing in 1923. It was attached to a hotel that went by the same name and was located 811 K Street. The theatre held programs for dramas, burlesque acts, and vaudeville. On the night of March 7, 1905. the Clunie Theatre welcomed and hosted the distinguished actor Charles B. Hanford as he starred in the comedy play of four acts "Don Caesar de Bazan." The play is a based on Ruy Blas written by Victor Hugo. The tickets during this time sold for 25 cent, 50 cent, 75 cent, and 1 dollar. This piece of ephemera is a ticket to this show
Actors and Acting
Theatrical Productions
Motels and Hotels
Bands, Musical
Auditoriums for Live Arts and Oration

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