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Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique – Broadway Shows and Theaters

Neville Goddard - Wikipedia and Photo Gallery
Neville Goddard - Wikipedia and Photo Gallery
Neville Goddard - Wikipedia and Photo Gallery

My Princess – (1927)

My Princess – 1927

Sam S. Shubert Theatre (New York, NY)

My Princess
An operetta in two acts

OPENING: October 6, 1927
CLOSING: October 22, 1927
LENGTH OF RUN: 20 perf.
RUN TYPE: Open-ended
MARKET: Broadway
LOCATION: New York, NY

Act Two

Opening …. Ensemble
Tympany Dance …. Ensemble, Albertina Rasch Girls
Finalette
I Wonder Why? (Reprise) …. Minnie Johnson
Eviva …. Palchi and Mamma Pompilia
Our Bridal Night …. Guisseppe Ciccolini and Minnie Johnson
Finalette
My Passion Flower …. Maud Satterlee, Polly Carter, Peter Loomis, Lord Barchester, Ensemble
Tango …. Amerique and Neville
Specialty …. Albertina Rasch Ballet
Finale

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Friday, October 7, 1927

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Sam S. Shubert Theatre (New York, NY)

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Marriage By Contract – (1928)

Marriage By Contract

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Monday, December 31, 1928

Fox theater
Fox Theatre, 20 Flatbush Avenue & 1 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Sunday, December 30, 1928

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Keep it Clean – (1929)

Keep it Clean
Selwyn Theater
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Tuesday, June 25, 1929

Opening: June 24, 1929
Closing: July 06, 1929
# Performances: 16
Theatres: Selwyn Theatre (New York, NY)

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Selwyn Theatre (New York, NY)

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Broadway Personalities – (1930)

Broadway Personalities

Majestic Theatre, 651 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY

1. Great Fun!
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Tuesday, December 30, 1930

2. Second Ad Majestic
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Sunday, December 28, 1930

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Vaudeville – (1932)

Vaudeville Shows

RKO Prospect Theatre
327 9th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11215

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Friday, July 15, 1932

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters
Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Loews Vaudeville Circut – (1930-31)

Vaudeville Shows

Loews Metropolitan
392 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Sunday, March 22, 1931

Second Loews
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, New York
Sunday, March 2, 1930

Neville Goddard Research: Neville & Amerique - Broadway Shows and Theaters

Note:

Question from Reddit

What was Amerique’s last name? Any info on her?

Answer:

Her first name was Amarina and possible last name Reynolds.

From “Coming to Know the Only True God

“The big giants, opened and I recall vividly a friend of mine, my dancing partner’s father, he was a very close intimate friend of the president of the First National Bank of New York City. Their station in life, socially and financially and everything else were just like the ___(??) and the ___(??). Then came the crash. His name was Jackson E. Reynolds, he still kept his job, but they had to write off as bad debt $40 million. Yet the bank survived, but they had to write off $40 million, and he kept his job. You lose a thousand dollars in your account and you’re out of work. He could lose 40 million and still keep the job as a very important rich wonderful businessman. You ask yourself a few questions, “Where does the dream end?” He loses $40 million and he’s still important, and someone loses a few hundred dollars and he is unimportant. He still remains president; they’ll push him up to chairman of the board…unless, of course, he has the presence of mind to die. ___(??).”

from the lecture “Now My Eye Sees Thee

“I read this morning’s paper…and three that I knew, one quite well; met him back in 1934 in New York City; in fact, it was he who introduced me to my dancing partner who was my dancing partner for thirteen years. And here, no one in this world that I knew of was more afraid of death than he. So he went to sleep and didn’t wake. So at the age of sixty-nine they found the body in the bed. A very able playwright, he wrote many a Broadway hit, one lasted almost two years; many a TV program and many a moving picture he wrote. His name was Eugene Conrad. I knew him as Gene Conrad and Gene introduced me to my dancing partner, Amarina.”

From “Speaking From Experience”

“So I had the courage to quit without a nickel in my pocket, and six months later I was making five hundred dollars a week as a dancer. Went off to England; five hundred bucks a week. I never danced in my life before, save ballroom dancing. I told my dancing partner when she said “Can you dance?” “Certainly I can dance!” She said, “Alright, let me see.” Well, I said, “I danced with someone else, I’ll dance with you.” And so, that’s how it started. So off to England; we got a hundred pounds. In those days, a pound was worth four dollars and eighty-four cents, not today’s two, eighty; and I got a hundred pounds a week dancing in London for three months…from Macy’s eighteen dollars a week.”

From “God Only Acts”

“I had a dancing partner the world thought I should marry and everyone thought I should marry her. I was not yet divorced from my first wife, and yet here I’m in love with this girl. Well, I knew I could not be happy in this relationship of marriage if it caused any distress to my dancing partner. Yet, I postponed and postponed the joy of mine by not doing something about it, not acting.”

From “The Law of Liberty”

“But my friend didn’t want me to get a divorce and marry the girl that I eventually married. So I thought, alright, I will now apply this law, and I slept as though I were happily married to the girl who now bears my name. And at the end of a week, my dancing partner who I thought was the one who had really told her to fly (and she was) came to me and told me that she looked upon me as a brother, just a brother. She could never marry me, because it was not that feeling towards me. Well, that made me very happy.”

From “He Is Meditating Me: The Rock”

“I was married at the age of nineteen, separated at twenty but not divorced. In the meanwhile, I became a dancer and everyone who knew us as a dance team thought that if I ever got a divorce, or my wife got a divorce, surely my dancing partner and myself would get married. That was taken for granted by everyone who knew us. But here, I was now not only not divorced, I was already committed to someone else. Then I found the girl I wanted, who was not my first wife or my dancing partner. Well, if I married her, on the surface of things I would hurt my dancing partner, wouldn’t I? I didn’t want to hurt her. I’d rather die than hurt her. I just couldn’t hurt her. So I kept on postponing what I knew I should have done. I should have assumed that I hurt no one.”

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