Zimmerman, J. Fred


Zimmerman, J. Fred
(1841?-1925)
   Little is known of the early life of this theatre owner who worked as treasurer of Washington's National Theatre before partnering with Samuel F. Nixon-Nirdlinger.
   Together, they monopolized Philadelphia theatres before joining the Theatrical Syndicate. Zimmerman ran his own opera company and produced mostly musicals, but also Mauricette, Markheim, and Paolo and Francesca, all in 1906, and several revivals including Erminie (1899) and The Lyons Mail (1906).

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