Preston, Jay Quigley ( 1908-10), Rodney Ranous ( 1909-10), Bert Rawlingson, James Rennie, Wayne Ross, Blanche Small, George Surtees, E. Forest Taylor, Frank Tobin ( 1907-8), Howard Tremaine, Katherine Vanesse, G. R. Walling.
1907-8: The Christian, When We Were Twenty-One, Madam Satan, Facing the Music, Because She Told Him So, Heartsease, Sapho, Sowing the Wind, Marching Through Georgia, All of a Sudden Peggy, A Gold Mine, The Prisoner of Zenda, The Other Girl, Sagebrush, Prince Karl, Secret Service, In Mizzoura, The Earl of Pawtucket, The Man from Mexico, Polly Primrose, Kathleen Mavourneen, The Liars, Friends, Tennessee's Pardner, Humbug, Christopher Jr., Blue Jeans, Trilby, Captain Barrington, The Case of Rebellious Susan, The Sweetest Girl in Dixie, At Piney Ridge, Thelma, The Galley Slave.
1908-9: Billy's Little Love Affair, On Parole, The Man on the Box, The Undertow, Esmeralda, Dora Thorne, Heartsease, Lynwood, A Diplomatic Tangle, The Middleman, The Devil, On Parole, Janice Meredith, Love the Law.
1909-10: When Knighthood Was in Flower, The Ironmaster, Leah Kleschna, Shore Acres, Brown of Harvard, Camille, The Middleman, Turned Up, The Unwritten Law, Madam Satan, The Professor's Romance.
1910-11: The Squaw Man, At the White Horse Tavern, The Boys of Company B, The Prisoner of Zenda, Soldiers of Fortune, In God's Country, Kid Corrigan's Romance, The Strike Breaker, The Open Range, When Lee Surrendered, Salomy Jane, Cameo Kirby, The Morals of Marcus, What Happened to Jones?, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway, The Girl Question, All of a Sudden Peggy, The Triumph of Betty.
Duluth Herald, 1907-11.
Duluth News-Tribune, 1907-11
Duluth, Minnesota. St. Louis County Historical Society. Theatre file, Buildings file.
Roger H. Schultz
MAJESTIC PLAYERS. The Majestic Players was the last of a long line of resident stock companies to grace the stages of Elmira, New York. Although Elmira was only a small manufacturing city of 40,000 located in the southern tier of western New York State, it had hosted nine resident theatre companies between 1908 and 1921. These companies included, among others, the Stanford and Western Players*, the Robyns and Dorner Players, the Gibson Players, the Mae Desmond Players*, the Mabel Estelle Stock Company, and the city's most popular troupe, the Mozart Players*. During the 1920s, however, many of the theatres were converted into more profitable motion picture houses, and small stock companies were left without a place to perform. The Majestic Theatre, located on the northwest corner of Market Street and Railroad Avenue in Elmira's central business district, was part of the Albany-based William Berinstein