Once upon a time there was a gigantic theatre which was conceived by a lighting designer, and the centerpiece of the theatre was an electronic stage lighting switchboard that stood the test of time. That switchboard, that man, and that theatre are the subject of this article.
Roxy was sufficiently recovered to return to the Hall six months after the opening, but not for long; one year later he was out for good, and "the Roxyettes" as well.
The Christmas show was initially produced in 1933 on the one year anniversary of the opening and billed as "the entertainment climax of the year", it featured the Roxyettes on a Christmas tree, a tab version of Coppelia, and the Nativity. It was one of the last shows under the "personal direction of Roxy."