Joseph Edelstein presents Molly Picon in
Joseph Rumshinsky's musical comedy deluxe, "Tzipke."
Libretto by Freiman and Cohen. Lyrics by Boris Rosenthal and
Plays the entire holiday of Sukkos, as well as Chol Hamoed and
every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday matinee and evening.
Second season of "Tzipke." At Kessler's Second Avenue Theatre,
Second Avenue And Second Street. Telephone: Dry Dock 1643.
Joseph Edelstein, General Manager. Produced by Jacob Kalich.
CAPTIONS, LEFT PAGE:
Row 1, left: Archie, the millionaire's son,
matched with every girl -- a scene in the 2nd act of "Tzipke."
Row 1, right: Tzipke is in thought. Molly Picon as Tzipke in the
1st act of Joseph Rumshinsky's comedy deluxe, "Tzipke."
Row 2: Summer, winter, autumn and spring -- Molly Picon and Max
Wilner dance the four seasons in the 2nd act of Joseph
Rumshinsky's comedy deluxe, "Tzipke."
Row 3, left: He wants to find out the truth -- Jacob Kalich and
Molly Picon in the 2nd act.
Row 3: Large image in the center of the page is of Molly Picon
in the 2nd act of "Tzipke."
Row 4, left: Where did Tzipke come from? After a long search,
Tzipke is found with the Chinese, in a laundry basket. A scene
in the 2nd act.
Row 4, right: Tzipke with her parents (Boris Rosenthal and Annie
Thomashefsky) want to look aristocratic. A scene in the 1st act.
CAPTIONS, RIGHT PAGE:
Row 1: Tzipke
sings her famous song, "Tzipke" in the third act. She is rescued
by her twelve red Tzipkelakh.
Row 2: Archie and Gladys (Max Wilner and Rose Greenfield)
scandalize. Become angry -- a scene in the 2nd act of "Tzipke."
Row 3, left: Tzipke at the end of the 2nd act.
Row 3, center: Tzipke picks herself up on the road -- a scene
from the 1st act of "Tzipke."
Row 3, right: Joseph Rumshinsky, composer of the successful
operetta, "Tzipke," which is now playing at the Second Avenue
Row 4, left: "A bisl libe un a bisl glik," sung by
Tzipke in the
Row 4, right: Friends greet Milton (Jacob Kalich), saying
goodbye. A scene from the 2nd act of Joseph Rumshinsky's comedy
de luxe, "Tzipke."