Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Home > Mary Evans Prints Online > New Images July 2020

THEATREPHONE POSTER

THEATREPHONE POSTER


Photo Prints
Jigsaw Puzzles
Poster Prints
Canvas Prints
Fine Art Prints
Metal Prints
Cards
Home Decor


We accept all major credit cards

Mary Evans Prints Online

Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Mary Evans Picture Library

THEATREPHONE POSTER

A lady enjoys all the pleasure of the theatre (except for the acting, the sets and the stage effects, the ambiance and the pleasure of running into ones friends) Date: circa 1896

Mary Evans Picture Library makes available wonderful images created for people to enjoy over the centuries

Media ID 20151673

© Bubblepunk/JOHN MACLELLAN

1896 Acting Effects Enjoys Friends Pleasure Running Sets Telephone Ambiance


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Mary Evans Prints Online > New Images July 2020

> Mary Evans Prints Online > Posters


EDITORS COMMENTS
Step into the world of Theatrephone, an innovative communication technology that brought the magic of the theatre right to your doorstep in the late 19th century. This poster from circa 1896 invites us to imagine a lady, fully immersed in the pleasure of the theatre experience, without the need to physically attend a performance. The Theatrephone was a telephone-like device that allowed subscribers to listen in on live theatre productions as they were being performed. This revolutionary invention brought the thrill of the theatre to those who were unable to attend due to distance or disability, or simply for those who preferred the comfort of their own homes. As she cradles the Theatrephone receiver to her ear, our lady closes her eyes, lost in the story unfolding before her. The intricate details of the set and the actors' nuanced performances are brought to life through the clear and crisp sound quality of the device. The ambiance of the theatre, with its hushed whispers and rustling programs, is recreated through the Theatrephone's advanced acoustics. But the true joy of the Theatrephone goes beyond the technical marvel of the device. Our lady is also able to share in the pleasure of running into her friends, as the technology allowed for multiple subscribers to listen in on the same performance, creating a virtual theatre community. This poster serves as a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of the late 19th century, and the enduring appeal of the theatre experience, no matter the form it takes.

MADE IN AUSTRALIA
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Cart.



redeem
Beautiful Photo Prints and Gifts
image
Professionally Printed
thumb_up
Professional quality finish
diamond
Made with high-grade materials
inventory_2
Carefully packed to aid safe arrival



Related Images


Jamie Lee Curtis Actress Sitting in sexy pose Dbase MSI A©mirrorpix
Jamie Lee Curtis Actress Sitting in sexy pose Dbase MSI A©mirrorpix
Princess Theodora of Greece & Victoria Mountbatten
Princess Theodora of Greece & Victoria Mountbatten
Cartoon, His Masters Voice, WW1
Cartoon, His Masters Voice, WW1
Villa of Gaius Cilnius Maecenas at Tivoli
Villa of Gaius Cilnius Maecenas at Tivoli
Boy lying on grass on a birthday card
Boy lying on grass on a birthday card
Singing Christmas Carols in the Street
Singing Christmas Carols in the Street
Arab hut, Iraq
Arab hut, Iraq
Opera Square with Ibrahim Pasha statue in Cairo, Egypt
Opera Square with Ibrahim Pasha statue in Cairo, Egypt
Female French Horse Cab Driver - Madame Decourcelle - Paris
Female French Horse Cab Driver - Madame Decourcelle - Paris
Joan Hooley -Actress as Elsie - Sep 1962 with Ramsay Blackwood who plays Addy in
Joan Hooley -Actress as Elsie - Sep 1962 with Ramsay Blackwood who plays Addy in
ANTI-TRUST CARTOON, 1902. The United States Rubber Trust satirized in a cartoon
ANTI-TRUST CARTOON, 1902. The United States Rubber Trust satirized in a cartoon
Jayne Torvill and husband Phil Christensen arrive at London Airport. 17th may 1991
Jayne Torvill and husband Phil Christensen arrive at London Airport. 17th may 1991

+

Shipping

+

Choices

+

Reviews

+

Guaranteed