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Shubert Brothers Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography (1174 words)
The Shubert brothers were theatrical managers and producers of the largest theater empire in the 20th century.
The rapid growth of the Shubert Company was a threat to the Syndicate, a group of producers and theater owners who literally controlled American theater in the early 20th century.
While the brothers had essentially formed their own trust and were in constant litigation, the Shuberts did introduce to the stage many of the finest actors of the time, including the Marx Brothers, Will Rogers, Jack Benny, Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Bert Lahr, the Barrymores, Spencer Tracy, and dozens more.
About Us - The Shubert Brothers (414 words)
Sam Shubert was killed in a railroad accident in 1905, just as the Shuberts were beginning their rise to power in the New York theatre.
Lee Shubert died in 1953 and J. Shubert in 1963.
John Shubert, J.J.'s son, was the chief executive of Shubert through the 1950s and the early 1960s.
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