The Brownstone Theater premiered on February 21, 1945 as a nostalgic tribute to the many older Broadway and off-Broadway plays that were often mounted in 'brownstone theatres' much like Mutual's own Longacre Theatre. Mutual's The Brownstone Theater inaugurated its first cycle of sixteen, half-hour productions with an adaptation of Charles Klein's 1905 sensation, The Lion and The Mouse. Following a two-week break, the series returned on Sunday evenings with Edward Rose's 1919 hit Cappy Ricks. Thereafter followed another eleven productions, ending with yet another revival of Richard Sheridan's timeless comedy, The Rivals, on September 23, 1945.
Includes 5 Episodes!
MP3 Episodes On This CD:
BRNT450221 - The Lion And The Mouse .mp3
BRNT450314 - The Cinderella Man.mp3
BRNT450328 - Polly at the Circus.mp3
BRNT450516 - Prisoner of Zenda .mp3
BRNT450613 - Cyrano DeBergerac .mp3