Here we have a "broadsheet", or one page flyer, for the 1914 performance of "Madam President" by Fannie Ward at the New Broad Street Theatre. The program is for the last two weeks beginning January 19, 1914. The New Broad Street Theatre was in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "Fannie Ward" had also played at the Garrick Theatre in New York and the cast seems to be nearly identical. The next "featured attraction" at the bottom of the sheet is Ethel Barrymore in "Tante".
This theatre broadsheet is complete, although it's longer than our scanner is able to show. It remains in very good overall condition (exceptional for it's age), and measures an approximate 4-3/4" x 12".
"Fannie Ward" was a farce in 3 acts presented by Charles Dillingham. The Broadway production was produced by Charles Frohman. It was written by Jose G. Levy from the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber. The play was staged by George Marion.
The stage cast, as listed on this broadsheet, included the following actors and actresses: