The theatre program for two performances is accompanied by an introduction and partly illustrated advertisements, mostly for lifestyle products. The title page is decorated with the caricatures of the performers and their printed signatures. Intimes Theater or an Intimate Theatre was a name for impromptu cabaret-related theatres without traditional stage or seats, popular around 1900. The pieces, accompanied by music, were performed by the authors and actors among the visitors.
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