Queen of Vaudeville: The Story of Eva Tanguay

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Journal of Asian Studies, 66 (3): 759–786. The Christian understanding of history, London: Lutterworth Press. They are shrewd criticisms from the actor's and director's point of view, of the pretensions of restoration comedy; dramatic form in general, etc. Chinoy, Helen Krich. “Art Versus Business: The Role of Women in American Theatre.” The Drama Review 24.2 (1980): 3-10. Covers a short space of time, perhaps a few hours, or at most a few days III. Priscilla and John Alden: duet dance for adults 01 young people in costume.

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Female Bodies on the American Stage: Enter Fat Actress

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However, various suggestions have been made regarding this time, including those that he fled Stratford to avoid prosecution for stealing deer, that he joined a group of traveling players, and that he was a country schoolteacher. Even so, his thought, governed by the Christian neo-Platonism of his day, is earnest and profound. Loweil, IJoston 368p $2.50 (Pro- cured from Werner) ^ The Delsarte system as taught to Steele Mac- Kaye by Delsarte, himself, and reported by Marion Lowell, his star pupil.

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Medieval Roles for Modern Times: Theater and the Battle for

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Eliot, writing three centuries later about another literary work deriving ultimately from Homer, praised as a reflection of "the immense panorama of futility and anarchy which is contemporary history." And such a poem bears the voice-print of strictness and discipline while also appearing to be merely spoken, inevitably, as if improvised on the spot. What was it about the time period that made such hysteria, and ultimately tragedy, possible? In Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, vol.

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Hardcore from the Heart: The Pleasures, Profits and Politics

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Each playwright can create their own specific style in relationship to language choices they use in establishing character and dialogue. Later it was produced on a large and magnificent scale in Madi- son Square Garden, N. Griffith and Farran 98p il o.p. "Practical hints on amateur acting for amateur actors." By twentieth-century standards, the means they used were relatively primitive--no spotlights, too few furnishings to achieve verisimilitude through setting and dress, only the crudest of "special effects," no curtains to raise and lower as a way of signaling the beginning and end of a scene or act--but by any standards, the results they achieved were brilliant.

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Wom Pol Perf S/Afr Thre Vol 2 (Contemporary Theatre Review)

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The Ancient Grecian Empire commenced around 700 B. See Anthologies COLONIAL COSTUME. .«?ee Costume— Ameri- can COLONIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS. Harry Kijrz. 1916 Columbia univ press 329p $2.25 A study of European characters as they were depicted by French dramatists, covering: Plays written or presented between 1714 and 1789; All forms of French drama except- tragedy; Plays pre- senting characters belonging to all the European nations except the Greeks and the Turks. 16 DRAMATIC BIBLIOGRAPHY French classical drama.

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Salome's Modernity: Oscar Wilde and the Aesthetics of

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Edland (4 pantomimes) 245 Stage decoration in France in the middle ages. Leavis, "Fiction and the Reading Public", p.212 "Poetry cannot afford to lose its fundamentally self-delighting inventiveness, its joy in being a process of language as well as a representation of things in the world", Seamus Heaney, "The Redress of Poetry", Faber 1995, p.5 "I think of the personal and Irish pieties as vowels, and the literary awarenesses nourished on English as consonants", Seamus Heaney, "" "Epistemology and theories of language ... have become as central to contemporary lyric as psychoanalysis in the later 1950s, myth and politics in the late '60s", Stephen Burt, Close Calls with Nonsense, p.346 "in late antiquity, [...] stress replaced length as a salient feature of European speech and [...] meters based on accent and/or fixed syllable count eventually supplanted the quantitative meters of classical poetry (Another such transformation occurred in the wake of the Norman Conquest, when, along with other developments, the flexional forms of Old English broke down under the influence of French, and the largely falling rhythms of Anglo-Saxon prosody gave way to the principally rising rhythms of Middle and Modern English verse)", Timothy Steele, "Able Muse Anthology", 2010, p.xiv "the appearance of prepositions, conjunctions and verbs at the end of lines has a purpose: to increase the language's fluidity and that sense of recreated feeling", Will Daunt, "Envoi", issue 150 "the language of poetry is the language of paradox", Cleanth Brooks, "The Well-Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry", Harcourt Brace, 1947, p.3 "Grammar as repressive mechanism, regulates free circulation of meaning (the repression of polysemeity into monosemeity and guided towards a sense of meaning as accumulated, as surplus value of signification)", McCafferty, "Notebooks", p.160 "[the open text] invites participation, rejects the authority of the writer over the reader and thus, by analogy, the authority implicit in other (social, economic, cultural) hierachies", Lyn Hejinian, "The Rejection of Closure", p.272 "The poetic text exists in the field of intersection of many semantic systems, many 'languages.' Information about the language of a communication, its reconstruction by the hearer, the 'schooling' of the hearer in a type of belletristic modeling new to him often constitutes the text's basic information", Yury Lotman, "Analysis of the Poetic Text", Ardis, 1976, p.107 "Do not tenses, must they not also be kicked around anew, in order that time, that other governing absolute [with space] must be kept, as must the space-tensions of a poem, immediate, contemporary to the acting-on-you of the poem?", "Projective Verse", Olson, p.56 "Like a demonstrative, the impersonal pronoun 'it' must always send the reader back or forward to some other noun or phrase.

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"their Majesties' Servants": Annals Of The English Stage

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Orange Judd 3Sc A pageant of country life for patriotic celebra- tions or community occasions. Originally from West-Berlin, I’ve been working in film business for more than 20 years. Playwrights Tretyakov and Vladimir Kirshon (1902–1938) met a similar fate. Percy Hetherington Fitz- gerald. 1893 Chapman, London xvi,320p (front por) o.p. In this lecture the well-known ambassador of African literature, delivers a thought-provoking introduction to the world-class writing that has come from Nigeria and other African countries during the latter half of the 20th century. 1990. 52 min.

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Theatre Symposium, Vol. 12: Elizabethan Performance in North

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I feel like I need to articulate something of our tūrangawaewae, and add an alternative perspective of how we’re all doing. Shay (Play list for women) 238 Tudor drama. This comparative study of Elizabethan plays in a new alignment has revealed a number of inter-relations which are here discussed for the first time." Three scs; cast: 6 m, 3 w, extras; fantastic and 17th century costumes. As before, what destroys the hero is what is best about him, yet the best in Macbeth or Othello cannot so simply be commended as Romeo's impetuous ardor or Brutus's political idealism (fatuous though it is).

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Rites of the Republic: Citizens' Theatre and the Politics of

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It was organized with great precision: there was a hierarchy, grades, a pastiche of Freemasonry. The translations are highly poetic and follow closely the form and spirit of the original." London: Historical Publishing Company, 1906. pp. 34-39. The Bijou was home to the Winnipeg Operatic Society during the 1890s. Above all, they testify to the ever-present originality and vitality of French literature and confirm its enviable avant-garde role. Hedström, Peter, and Richard Swedberg (eds.), 1998.

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The art theatre; a discussion of its ideals, its

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W. 107 James, J. 208 James, S. 257 Jameson, A. Don Sheridan. 1931 Dramatic 50c A collection of 16 amusing sketches and stunts to be used between the acts. Róbert Alföldi’s contract does not expire until June 30, 2013. Ozieblo, Barbara. “Susan Glaspell (1876-1948).” In Otros escenarios: La aportacion de las dramaturgas al teatro norteamericano. Palmer 75 When the court takes a recess. Through lectures, discussions and visual research projects, this class will examine trends in fashion and decor as they relate to the cultures of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, highlighting the correlation between fashion, decorative arts, architecture, and interior design.

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