Performers starting with G

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Below is a list of performers (vaudeville, stunts, outdoor shows, etc.) that start with G (act name or last name) and the dates they performed.

List of Performers Stating with G

Performer Name Type of Act Dates Performed Weeks Seasons Notes
The Gagnoux Jugglers and equilibrists June 19-25, 1904 1 1 European act
Minor and Galbreath Comedians July 30-August 5, 1905 1 1
C.F. Galletti's Monkey Comedians Animal act July 15-21, 1900 1 1 Consisted of three monkeys
Beatrice Gambles Soprano singer June 24-30, 1900 1 1
Georgia Gardner and Joseph Madden Comedy actors September 2-15, 1900
September 8-15, 1901
3 2 Also known as Gardner and Madden
Grant Gardner and Marie Stoddart Comedy actors May 28-June 1905 1 1 Also known as Gardner and Stoddart
The Garrity Sisters Comediennes September 3-9, 1899 1 1
Josephine Gassman Blackface singer and comedienne July 9-15, 1899
September 3-9, 1899
2 1
Twin Sisters Gebest September 1-7, 1901 1 1 Known as "The Waifs"
John Geiger Violinist August 28-September 3, 1904 1 1 Known as The Wizard of the Violin
Blanche Gibson Soprano August 7-20, 1904 2 1
Eddie Giguere and Blanche Boyer Comedy September 10-16, 1899 1 1 Known as Giguere and Boyer
The Gilbert Sisters Singers August 16-22, 1903 1 1 Known as the American Nightingales
Emile Girard and Miss Monte Elmo Dancers and flag and hat spinners July 23-29, 1899 1 1 Known as Girard and Elmo
Girdelier Aerial act June 16-22, 1901 1 1
Lotta Gladstone July 16-22, 1899
August 19-September 8, 1900
4 2 Known as the "Orginal Country Girl"
Edwards and Glenwood High wire and revolving latter act July 23-29, 1905 1 1
Golden and Hughes Blackface performers August 13-19, 1905 1 1
Beatrice Golden Singing comedienne June 16-22, 1901 1 1
Horace Goldin Magician June 25-July 1, 1899 1 1 Known as the "Napoleon of Magicians"
The Three Goldsmith Sisters Dancing June 11-17, 1899 1 1
Bush and Gordon Eccentric acrobats July 9-15, 1905 1 1
Anna Gordon Magnetism performer July 16-22, 1905 1 1 Also billed as Anna Abbott, known as "The Magnetic Wonder"
Don Gordon Comedy novel cyclist June 12-18, 1904 1 1
Don and Mae Gordon Comedy bicycle act June 24-20, 1906 1 1
Louis Granat Whistler May 29-June 4, 1904 1 1
Charles E. Grapewine Actor June 30-July 6, 1901 1 1
The Great Dilworth Family Acrobats July 8-14, 1900 1 1 Also billed as "The Great Delworth Troupe"
The Great Everhart Hoop-rolling July 21-27, 1901 1 1
The Great Koster Acrobat August 23-29, 1903 1 1
The Great Milmar Brothers June 26-July 1, 1905 1 1
The Great Miltair Musical act August 12-18, 1907 1 1 Known as the "Drummer Boy of Shiloh"
The Gregsons Singers and Dancers September 4-6, 1904 1 1
The Griff Brothers Novelty gymnasts August 19-25, 1907 1 1
Gerald Griffin and Olive White Actors July 21-27, 1901 1 1 Known as Griffin and White, performed with Harry Mack in 1901
Jack Grossman Singers August 26-September 1, 1907 1 1 Performed with Eva Prout in 1907
Grothus and Frizell Entertainers June 14-21, 1908 1 1 Cancelled after first performance in 1908
Gruet, Beers, and Gruet Gymnasts July 2-8, 1899 1 1
Dick and Effie Guis Blackface actors August 23-29, 1903 1 1
Louise Arnott and Tom Gunn Irish comedians May 13-19, 1903 1 1 Also known as Arnott and Gunn