The Vaudeville Theatre was a performance venue in Bloemfontein at the start of the 20th century.
Mr. Harry Friedman, who was well-known as a promoter of dramatic enterprises, was lessee of The Vaudeville Theatre in Bloemfontein. He was said to have done a great deal to provide the residents with suitable amusements.
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For more about the theatrical form known as Vaudeville or Vaudeville Theatre, see also the entry on Vaudeville.
“South African Notes,” p. 10, The Referee, (Sydney, NSW ), Wednesday, March 5, 1902.
The Jews in South Africa, by Gustav Saron and Louis Hotz, "In the Transvaal till 1899," page 158.
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