Here we have a "broadsheet" or one page flyer for the performance of "The Vagabond King" at the Casino Theatre. We can't find a date, but we know that this play was at The Casino Theatre between September 21, 1925 and Novmber, 1926. The theatre was demolished in 1930. The rear of this broadsheet shows a diagram with the fire exits marked, which the second image shows. 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 1/2" x 11".
The "Vagabond King" was a musical produced by Russell Janney, based on "If I Were King" by Justin Huntly McCarthy. Book and lyrics were by Brian Hooker and William H. Post, with music by Rudolf Friml. The musical director was Anton Heindl, and the orchestra was conducted by Gus Kleinike.
The stage cast, as listed on this broadsheet, included the following actors and actresses:
Alexander F. Frank
And, we should mention the following actresses who appeared as "tavern girls", and probably never imagined anyone would remember 95 years later: