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Tribeca Follies

A poster advertising a production of Tribeca Follies in 1926

Tribeca Follies was a No-Maj play or musical presumably set in Tribeca, New York.[1][2]

A production of this play produced by Norman Tuttle had been running at the Sovereign Theatre on Broadway for over two years when Newt Scamander visited New York in December 1926.[1] It featured a company of one-hundred performers who were billed as being of "unusual excellence."[1]

There were nightly shows, for which tickets cost $4.20 for an orchestra seat, $3.60/$3.00/$2.40 for a first balcony seat, and $1.80/$1.20 for a second balcony seat.[1] Matinee shows ran on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:20pm, with tickets costing $3.60 for an orchestra seat, $3.00/$2.40 for a first balcony seat, and $1.80/$1.20 for a second balcony seat.[1]

Tribeca Follies was promoted with a large neon sign on the roof of the Sovereign Theatre.[2]

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