Vaudeville shows are often light comic theatrical pieces that often combine pantomime, dancing, dialogue and song. Performances on a Vaudeville stage may range from animals, acrobats, comedians, dancers, singers and mimes.
American Variety Stage
Vaudeville and popular entertainment from 1870-1920. Site from the Library of Congress.
American Vaudeville Museum
Site devoted to biographies of famous Vaudeville performers.
Arthur Lloyd
Biographical information on Arthur Lloyd, major 19th century UK music hall performer and song writer, with details on related Halls and Theatres.
Betsy's Backyard Follies
Vaudeville entertainment from the 30's and 40's.
Jeff Gardner
Home page for veteran Broadway actor, and vaudeville comedian.
Juggler and Comedian Mark Nizer
Won the International Juggling Championships and has taken his one man show to thousands of venues around the world.
Mini-Chekhov
Offers Chekhov's one-act comedies: The Bear, Marriage Proposal, Wedding, and Tobacco.
Stan George
A Swiss Vaudeville-style comedian. Includes photos, information about performances on stage, films and TV, and about his paintings.
Vintage Vaudeville and Ragtime Show
Site recreates a vaudeville show with authentic audio and video clips of actual Vaudeville performers.
Windyridge Music Hall CDs
Issues CDs of old songs of the British music halls taken from material originally recorded on 78rpm gramophone discs and phonograph cylinders.
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