|Designer:||Håkansson, Gunnar (1891-1968)|
|Dimensions:||89 x 59 cm | 35.04 x 23.23 inches|
|Condition:||Good | | B|
|Printed by:||J. Olsén Litogr. Anstalt, STHLM|
Introducing an authentic vintage poster promoting the 1929 tour of the Oscar Theater (Oscarsteatern) featuring the play "Broadway." "Broadway" is a production that originally premiered on Broadway in 1926, produced by Jed Harris and written and directed by George Abbott and Philip Dunning.
This captivating poster illustrates a scene from the play, depicting a man dressed as Uncle Sam. The Oscar Theater was inaugurated by King Oscar II in 1906 and named in his honor. Notably, Gösta Ekman, a renowned theater director, helmed the Oscar Theater from 1926 to 1931.
Despite exhibiting expected signs of age wear, including small tears, this poster is in overall good condition. It serves as a nostalgic artifact, providing a glimpse into the lively atmosphere of the Oscar Theater's 1929 tour featuring the acclaimed play "Broadway."