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"Jump For Joy" at the Mayan



One of the most interesting shows to play the Mayan was Duke Ellington's revue "Jump For Joy" in 1941. Thanks to Ken McIntyre on Photos of Los Angeles for finding a program.



An illustration of the fun ahead.



The title page.



An inside page -- Act One.



The rest of the show.



Cast and orchestra credits.

Head to our pages on the Mayan Theatre for more information about the building, a 1927 legit house (now a music club) designed by Morgan, Walls & Clements.

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