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William Hammerstein (September 26, 1875 – June 10, 1914) was an American theater manager. He ran the Victoria Theatre on what became Times Square, Manhattan, presenting very popular vaudeville shows with a wide variety of acts. He was known for "freak acts", where celebrities or people notorious for scandals appeared on stage.
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12/12/2020 · About Willie Hammerstein William Hammerstein was the father of theater lyricist and librettist Oscar Hammerstein II. Hammerstein managed Victoria, one of the most famous vaudeville theaters (involving a variety of acts) of its day.
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William Hammerstein was an American theater manager. Willie Hammerstein 26 Sep 1875 - 10 Jun 1914
Willie Hammerstein, 1875 - 1914 Willie Hammerstein 1875 1914 Willie Hammerstein was born in 1875, to Oscar Hammerstein I . Oscar was born in 1846, in Stettin, Pomerania, Reino de Prusia.
Willie Hammerstein hanterade sin fars Olympia Theatre, som öppnade 1895. I november 1896 tog Willie Hammerstein Cherry Sisters till Olympias takträdgård. Systrarna gjorde en hemsk handling där de sjöng sentimentala, dialektiska eller patriotiska sånger.
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