The Miracle

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Morris Gest

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New York, NY

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Lithograph souvenir program for a 1926 tour of The Miracle, a pantomime play about a miraculous statue of the Virgin Mary originally staged in New York in 1911. The program includes synopses of production development and the plot, costume and stage designs by Norman-Bel Geddes, essays and travelogues from the tour, and an advertisement for a perfume inspired by the play.


Christian drama, theatrical producers and directors, dramaturgy, souvenirs


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