We have a great collection of vintage theatre and cabaret posters here, the vast majority being from two worldwide known institutions in the fields: Moulin Rouge and Broadway. Furthermore, the oldest poster to feature in this article is the one for a play called Ambassadeurs that was performed at Club les Ambassadeurs in 1892. What is impressive about some posters is that they were draw and painted by the famous impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Moreover, most of the posters from Paris were creating during the La Belle Époque (English: Beautiful Era) which reminded me of a great movie that I have to recommend you: Midnight in Paris directed by Woody Allen. Nevertheless, Broadway has some interesting posters as well (such as the one for A Street Car Named Desire) and I would gladly invite to see them. Therefore, enjoy, be inspired and share with your community or friends if you liked it. Thanks!

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Moulin Rouge (1900)

 

Tournee du Chat Noir Avec Rodolptte Salis (1896)

Théophile Alexandre Steinlen

 

Ambassadeurs (1892)

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

 

A Streetcar Named Desire – Broadway Poster (1947)

 

 

Theatre de l’Opera (1900)

 

 

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolo Dreamcoat (1982)

 

 

Tosca

Rafal Olbinski

 

Theatre du Moulin Rouge

Jules-Alexandre Grün

 

William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes: Farewell to the Stage (1927)

 

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

 

Lido Poster, Dancing Girl, France

 

110 in the Shade

 

The Marriage of Figaro

Rafal Olbinski

 

Theatre de l’Opera

 

Prince of Magicians – Slave of the Orient Theatre Poster

 

Carousel

 

Ice Palace, Champs Elysees, Paris (1893)

Jules Chéret

 

Moulin Rouge Concerts

 

Beauty and The Beast – Broadway Poster (1994)

 

Battle Hymn

 

“Jane Avril” at the Jardin De Paris (1893)

Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec

 

Opera

Andrea Laliberte