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The Moving Picture Girls under the Palms

By: Laura Lee Hope

...PTER I. OVERBOARD "All ready now! In position, everyone!" Half a score of actors and actresses moved quickly to their appointed places, while overhea... ...o, Russ!" Mr. Pertell exclaimed. "Vait! Vait a minute!" called one of the actors, with a pronounced German accent. "Well, what's the matter now, Mr.... ... lens with a whirring sound, and registering views of the pantomime of the actors and actresses at the rate of sixteen a second. The above was done s... ... the ones who made the most trouble for the manager. Mr. Bunn was a former Shakespearean actor. With his tall hat and frock coat— which costume he was... ..." spoke Mr. Pertell, seriously. "Never!" cried the grouch, and the former Shakespearean actor echoed the word. "Let them go," decided Captain Falcon... ...ctor. "I hope you can put in something about Shakespeare. I have not had a Shakespearean part in so long that I have almost forgotten how to do it pro... ...t!" commanded Mr. Pertell, sternly. "Come on, gentlemen!" he called to the male members of the company. "We must save him!" "Oh, do get me out!" crie...

...Half a score of actors and actresses moved quickly to their appointed places, while overhead, and at the sides of them hissed powerful electric lights, and in front of them stood a moving picture camera, ready to be operated by a pleasant-fa...

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Actor

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...or actor is aware of the audience's presence. In representational acting, "actors want to make us 'believe' they are the character; they pretend."[4] ... ...cter; they pretend."[4] Formerly, in some societies, only men could become actors, and women's roles were generally played by men or boys.[5]In modern... ...name of a theatre group, or company (such as the East West Players). Also, actors in improvisational theatre may be referred to as "players."[9] ... ...igaro and Octavian in Der Rosenkavalier. Women playing male roles are uncommon in film, with notable exceptions. In 1982, Stina Ek... ...ve theatre is particularly common in presentations of older plays, such as Shakespearean works with large numbers of male characters in roles where ge... ...ntations of older plays, such as Shakespearean works with large numbers of male characters in roles where gender is inconsequential. ... ... example of The Marriage of Figaro, there is a scene in which Cherubino (a male character portrayed by a woman) dresses up and acts as a woman; the ot... ...ve theatre is particularly common in presentations of older plays, such as Shakespearean works with large numbers of male characters in roles where ge...

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Wild Wings

By: Margaret Rebecca Piper

...mmencement−bound crowd that boarded the Northampton train at Springfield two male passengers were conspicuous for their silence as they sat absorbed i... ...T STOP BEING A PRINCESS 13 “Too much 'As You Like It,'“ he observed. “These Shakespearean heroines are a bad lot. May I ask just why you want me to p... ...eemed pitifully undifferent, precisely like all the other rash, intemperate, male fools in the world. “You are different every way. It would take too ... ...end with Madeline. He had an excellent opinion of his powers as a conquering male. He had, alas, plenty of data to warrant it in his relations with th... ... himself—Alan Massey—to come, had even reproached him for coming. A group of actors passed through the reception room, calling gay goodnights and cong...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. MOSTLY TONY Among the voluble, excited, commencement?bound crowd that boarded the Northampton train at Springfield two male passengers were conspicuous for their silence as they sat absorbed in their respective newspapers which each had hurriedly purchased in transit from train to train. A striking enough contrast otherwise, however, the two ...

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List of fictional actors

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...he role of a fictional person who is also an actor. __TOC__ Fictional actors in movies and TV The following list features fictional actors inclu... ...(video-game)Some monster characters from this game are not confirmed to be actors: FitzRandolph (Antonio Gálvez) and the Poet (Luis Bajo) are said to ... ...ell Dion ( Coolio ) & Leon Brothers ( Chuck D. ), directors and probably actors of blaxploitation - Truman Burbank ( Jim Carrey ), who acted as h... ...d TV show - Remington Steele Michael Dorsey ( Dustin Hoffman ), failed male actor and successful TV actress as Dorothy Michaels - Tootsie Carl... ...tress on the London stage - Indiscreet Anton Karidian ( Arnold Moss ), Shakespearean actor from episode " The Conscience of the King " - Star... ...Game Georgia Lorrison ( Lana Turner ), alcoholic movie star, daughter of Shakespearean actor George Lorrison - The Bad and the Beautiful Eva Lov... ... Dr. El Señor de la Noche ("Lord of Night", voiced by Manuel Bellido), a male monster actor working for MKO along with Eva Morte. - Hollywood Mons... ... Oh, Mr. Bankrobber! - Norbert Smith - a Life Sir ( Albert Finney ), a Shakespearean actor in The Dresser Trevor Slattery ( Ben Kingsley ), a dr...

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The Moving Picture Girls under the Palms

By: Laura Lee Hope

...CHAPTER I. OVERBOARD "All ready now! In position, everyone!" Half a score of actors and actresses moved quickly to their appointed places, while overh... ...r go, Russ!" Mr. Pertell exclaimed. "Vait! Vait a minute!" called one of the actors, with a pronounced German accent. "Well, what's the matter now, Mr... ...he lens with a whirring sound, and registering views of the pantomime of the actors and actresses at the rate of sixteen a second. The above was done ... ...re the ones who made the most trouble for the manager. Mr. Bunn was a former Shakespearean actor. With his tall hat and frock coat which costume he w... ...ip," spoke Mr. Pertell, seriously. "Never!" cried the grouch, and the former Shakespearean actor echoed the word. "Let them go," decided Captain Falco... ... actor. "I hope you can put in something about Shakespeare. I have not had a Shakespearean part in so long that I have almost forgotten how to do it p... ...iet!" commanded Mr. Pertell, sternly. "Come on, gentlemen!" he called to the male members of the company. "We must save him!" "Oh, do get me out!" cri...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. OVERBOARD. ?All ready now! In position, everyone!? Half a score of actors and actresses moved quickly to their appointed places, while overhead, and at the sides of them hissed powerful electric lights, and in front of them stood a moving picture camera, ready to be operated by a pleasant?fa...

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Hannibal Penney

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...ibal Penney was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He spent many years performing in films, Shakespearean plays and as a regular on Ryan's Hope. He co-st... ...ripod.com/penneysod77.html Categories Male actors from Tennessee Living peopl... ....com/penneysod77.html Categories Male actors from Tennessee Living people ...

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The Fugitives

By: R. M. Ballantyne

........................................1 Chapter One. Introduces the Chief Actors and a Few Mysteries. ............................................ ...Blackmask Online. http://www.blackmask.com Chapter One. Introduces the Chief Actors and a Few Mysteries. • Chapter Two. Harks back a little. • Chapt... ...ext from Athelstane.co.uk The Fugitives 1 Chapter One. Introduces the Chief Actors and a Few Mysteries. Intense action is at all times an interesting... ...Hockins. “Ay, dat's de question,” added Ebony with much force, and more than Shakespearean brevity. “Well now, lads,” said Mark, “I've been thinking o... ...much so. More than the half—perhaps nearly two−thirds—of the whole effective male population of the central province were enrolled either as officers ... ...the other females, were removed to another prison, and for a long time their male friends could learn nothing as to their fate. “It is this prolonged ... ...om, where they found Prince Rakota standing, surrounded by a crowd of people—male and female. Beside the Prince was his cousin, Ramonja. Ravonino and ...

...Excerpt: Chapter One. Introduces the Chief Actors and a Few Mysteries. Intense action is at all times an interesting object of contemplation to mankind. We therefore make no apology to the reader for dragging him unceremoniously into the middle of a grand primeval for...

...Table of Contents: The Fugitives, 1 -- R.M. Ballantyne, 1 -- Chapter One. Introduces the Chief Actors and a Few Mysteries, 2 -- Chapter Two. Harks back a little, 7 -- Chapter Three. Describes the Deed of an Amateur Matador and the Work of a Rough?and?Ready -- Shoemaker, 10 -- Chapter Four. The Doctor finds Unexpected W...

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Jalaal Hartley

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...p manager, in British teen drama Sugar Rush. He played the part of a Shakespearean actor, Dick, in the 2007 Doctor Who episode "Th... ... Categories Living people British male television actors Year of birth mi... ...tegories Living people British male television actors Year of birth missing (living pe... ... Year of birth missing (living people) 21st-century British male actors All stub articles ... ... Year of birth missing (living people) 21st-century British male actors All stub articles ...

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Shakespeare, Bacon and the Great Unknown

By: Andrew Lang

...re all sane and "indifferent honest." There have been forgeries in matters Shakespearean, alas, but not in connection with the Baconian controversy. ... ... threshold of Eld" (as were Judge Webb and Lord Penzance when they took up Shakespearean criticism). His knowledge of Elizabethan literature is vastly... ...ing a man of sense, does not "hold a brief for Bacon" as the author of the Shakespearean plays and poems, and does not value Baconian cryptograms. In ... ... the original owners or lease-holders of the houses, and of the well-known actors to whom they joined themselves. Judge Webb and Mr. Greenwood think t... ...itive public testimony to his authorship, signed by his friends and fellow-actors in 1623. Men believe what they may; but I prefer positive evidence ... ...ubt, not even a murmur of surprise. It is incredible to me that his fellow-actors and fellow-playwrights should have been deceived, especially when th... ...e Homer of many critics), but an individual human being, apparently of the male sex. As to the name by which he was called on earth, Mr. Greenwood is ... ... answer hath been, 'Would he had blotted a thousand,' which they thought a malevolent speech. I had not told posterity this but for their ignorance wh...

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Karl August Devrient

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...s a German stage actor best known for performances of Schiller and Shakespeare.[1] He was related to other notable German actors, including: ... ...dates from December 2011 1797 births 1872 deaths German male stage actors ... ...December 2011 1797 births 1872 deaths German male stage actors ... ... Male actors from Berlin German military personnel of the Napoleonic Wars Male Shakespearean actors ... ...Male actors from Berlin German military personnel of the Napoleonic Wars Male Shakespearean actors ... ...om Berlin German military personnel of the Napoleonic Wars Male Shakespearean actors ...

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Shakespeare, Bacon and the Great Unknown

By: Andrew Lang

...e all sane and "indifferent honest." There have been forgeries in matters Shakespearean, alas, but not in connection with the Baconian controversy. ... ...threshold of Eld" (as were Judge Webb and Lord Penzance when they took up Shakespearean criticism). His knowledge of Elizabethan literature is vast... ...ng a man of sense, does not "hold a brief for Bacon" as the author of the Shakespearean plays and poems, and does not value Baconian cryptograms. I... ...he original owners or lease-holders of the houses, and of the well-known actors to whom they joined themselves. Judge Webb and Mr. Greenwood think... ...tive public testimony to his authorship, signed by his friends and fellow-actors in 1623. Men believe what they may; but I prefer positive evidenc... ...t, not even a murmur of surprise. It is incredible to me that his fellow-actors and fellow-playwrights should have been deceived, especially when t... ... Homer of many critics), but an individual human being, apparently of the male sex. As to the name by which he was called on earth, Mr. Greenwood i... ...answer hath been, 'Would he had blotted a thousand,' which they thought a malevolent speech. I had not told posterity this but for their ignorance ...

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Geoffrey Davion

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...rey Davison in South Shields, County Durham) was an English television and Shakespearean stage actor, notably starring alongside Alun Armstrong in the... ... in the cult classic film Clockwise and has worked with many other notable actors such as Ian McKellen and Kenneth Branagh. His niece is actress Rebec... ... Year of death missing English male stage actors English male television actors ... ... Year of death missing English male stage actors English male television actors ... ... English male television actors English male film actors People from South Shields ... ... English male television actors English male film actors People from South Shields ...

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Shakespeare, Bacon and the Great Anonymous

By: Andrew Lang, M. A.

...are all sane and "indifferent honest." There have been forgeries in matters Shakespearean, alas, but not in connection with the Baconian controversy.... ...he threshold of Eld" (as were Judge Webb and Lord Penzance when they took up Shakespearean criticism). His knowledge of Elizabethan literature is vas... ...being a man of sense, does not "hold a brief for Bacon" as the author of the Shakespearean plays and poems, and does not value Baconian cryptograms. ... ...of the original owners or lease−holders of the houses, and of the well−known actors to whom they joined themselves. Judge Webb and Mr. Greenwood thin... ...ositive public testimony to his authorship, signed by his friends and fellow−actors in 1623. Men believe what they may; but I prefer positive evidence... ...oubt, not even a murmur of surprise. It is incredible to me that his fellow−actors and fellow−playwrights should have been deceived, especially when ... ...the Homer of many critics), but an individual human being, apparently of the male sex. As to the name by which he was called on earth, Mr. Greenwood ... ...My answer hath been, 'Would he had blotted a thousand,' which they thought a malevolent speech. I had not told posterity this but for their ignorance...

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Al Weaver

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Locusts and Wild Honey

By: John Burroughs

...gular fact in the history of bees that the fecundation of the queen costs the male his life. Yet day after day the drones go forth, threading the maze... ...xcept when she leads away the swarm, and as she makes no appointment with the male, but wanders here and there, drones enough are provided to meet all... ...least, results from this system of things: there is no incontinence among the males in this republic! Toward the close of the season, say in July or A... ...leys with the setting sun,'” said I, quoting Wordsworth. “That line is almost Shakespearean,” said my companion. “It suggests that great hand at least... ...sitating clicks. Still the situation was excitingly dramatic, and we were all actors. I rushed for the landing−net, but being unable to find it, shout...

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John Todd (actor)

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...born Fred McCarthy; 1877 – July 14, 1957) was an American actor. Known for Shakespearean roles, Todd soon gained work at Detroit radio station WXYZ, a... ... VIAF not on Wikidata American male radio actors American male stage actors ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata American male radio actors American male stage actors ... ... 1957 deaths 20th-century American male actors Male actors from Pennsylvania ... ... 1957 deaths 20th-century American male actors Male actors from Pennsylvania ...

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Locusts and Wild Honey

By: John Burroughs

...r fact in the history of bees that the fecundation of the queen costs the male his life. Yet day after day the drones go forth, threading the mazes ... ... when she leads away the swarm, and as she makes no appointment with the male, but wanders here and there, drones enough are provided to meet all t... ...t, results from this system of things: there is no incontinence among the males in this republic! Toward the close of the season, say in July or A... ... the setting sun,'" said I, quoting Wordsworth. "That line is almost Shakespearean," said my companion. "It suggests that great hand at least, ... ...ing clicks. Still the situation was excitingly dramatic, and we were all actors. I rushed for the landing-net, but being unable to find it, shouted...

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Finn Wittrock

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... Living people 21st-century American male actors American male film actors ... ... Living people 21st-century American male actors American male film actors ... ... American male film actors American male Shakespearean actors American male soap opera ac... ... American male film actors American male Shakespearean actors American male soap opera actors ... ...merican male film actors American male Shakespearean actors American male soap opera actors ... ... American male soap opera actors American male stage actors American male television actors ... ... American male soap opera actors American male stage actors American male television actors ... ... American male film actors American male Shakespearean actors American male soap opera actors ...

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Lysistrata

By: Aristophanes

...o make clear what I mean: the supremacy of _Antony and Cleopatra_ in the Shakespearean aesthetic is yet jealously disputed, and it seems silly to t... ... of _Hamlet_, its surface intellectuality, which made it the favourite of actors and critics. It is much more difficult to realize the complex and d... ...of earth's fear and pain, and so its pity, is lifted. It is here that the Shakespearean and Homeric worlds impinge and merge, not to be separated by... ...iousness bequeathed to us by him; and if we grow beyond it through deeper Shakespearean ardours, it is because those beyond are rooted in the broad ... ...ory is this you tell? What is this hard lump here? 3RD WOMAN It's a male child. LYSISTRATA By Aphrodite, it isn't. Your belly's hollow, ...

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Ernesto Rossi (actor)

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...ng London, Vienna, Lisbon, and Moscow. He was particularly admired for his Shakespearean roles as Macbeth, King Lear, Romeo and Hamlet. Rossi also wro... ...s VIAF not on Wikidata Italian male stage actors Italian dramatists and playwrights ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata Italian male stage actors Italian dramatists and playwrights ... ... 1827 births 1896 deaths Male Shakespearean actors All stub articles ... ... 1827 births 1896 deaths Male Shakespearean actors All stub articles ... ... 1896 deaths Male Shakespearean actors All stub articles Theatr... ...ng London, Vienna, Lisbon, and Moscow. He was particularly admired for his Shakespearean roles as Macbeth, King Lear, Romeo and Hamlet. Rossi also wro... ...s VIAF not on Wikidata Italian male stage actors Italian dramatists and playwrights ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata Italian male stage actors Italian dramatists and playwrights ...

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Entertainments for Home, Church and School

By: Frederica Seeger

... at a time. One person is accordingly admitted into the room in which the actors are congregated. The unhappy wight stares about him with curiosity,... ...fresh victim is admitted, and the new initiate becomes in turn one of the actors. Sometimes, however, the victim manages to turn the laugh against h... ...or as to harmonize with, and yet to give full prominence to, the group of actors. The material of the latter as also the covering of the floor, shou... ...believe to dust or arrange a figure, while the "patter" is delivered by a male exhibitor. Or Mrs. Jarley may, if preferred, be suppressed altogether... ...nite time, has made the most words out of his syllables, wins a prize. SHAKESPEAREAN ROMANCE One of Shakespeare's plays is selected, and as man... ...icult to flirt on board the P. and O. steamers? Because all of the mails (males) are tied up in bags. What letter made Queen Bess mind her P's and... ...12:50 train? Because it is ten-to-one if you catch it. Why should the male sex avoid the letter A? Because it makes the men mean. When does a...

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John Rogan (actor)

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...gan was born and educated in Waterford, Ireland and was best known as a stage actor in many productions ranging from Shakespearean plays to musicals a... ...m County Waterford 1938 births Living people Irish male film actors ... ...aterford 1938 births Living people Irish male film actors Iris...

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Johnson's Notes to Shakespeare, Vol. I Comedies

By: Samuel Johnson

...t; That Johnson had to say about the plays concerns Johnsonians as veil as Shakespeareans. And it is unfortunately true that too little attention h... ... "trifling conceits" and suggested it was possibly an interpolation by the actors.] That this, like many other scenes, is mean and vulgar, will be ... ... There were fairies like _hobgoblins_, pitiless and rough, and described as malevolent and mischievous, (see 1765, III,143,3) IV.ii.39 (193,5) [A ... ...ifferent in this scene from the common copies, except that the names of two actors, Kempe and Cowley, are placed at the beginning of the speeches, i... ... an apology for sighing in its face. III. i. 73 (376,3) [no salve in the male, Sir] The old folio reads, _no salve in_ thee _male, sir_, which, i... ... salve in_ thee _male, sir_, which, in another folio, is, _no salve, in the male, sir_. What it can mean is not easily discovered: if _mail_ for a _... ...shift] It is not unlikely that the _onion_ was an expedient used by the actors of interludes. Induction.ii.89 (359,8) [Leet] As the _Court lee...

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Tony Amendola

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...rtory Theatre's production of The Pillowman as well as Shylock in the Utah Shakespearean Festival's production of The Merchant of Venice in 2010. He c... ... Year of birth missing (living people) Male actors from New Haven, Connecticut American male... ... Year of birth missing (living people) Male actors from New Haven, Connecticut American male tele... ...from New Haven, Connecticut American male television actors 20th-century American male actors ... ...merican male television actors 20th-century American male actors 21st-century American male actors ... ...tury American male actors 21st-century American male actors All stub articles Screen...

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Johnson's Notes to Shakespeare Vol. I, Comedies

By: Samuel Johnson

...ist; That Johnson had to say about the plays concerns Johnsonians as veil as Shakespeareans. And it is unfortunately true that too little attention ha... ...of “trifling conceits” and suggested it was possibly an interpolation by the actors.] That this, like many other scenes, is mean and vulgar, will be u... ...ry] There were fairies like hobgoblins, pitiless and rough, and described as malevolent and mischievous, (see 1765, III,143,3) IV.ii.39 (193,5) A houn... ...different in this scene from the common copies, except that the names of two actors, Kempe and Cowley, are placed at the beginning of the speeches, in... ...makes an apology for sighing in its face. III. i. 73 (376,3) no salve in the male, Sir] The old folio reads, no salve in thee male, sir, which, in ano... ...s, no salve in thee male, sir, which, in another folio, is, no salve, in the male, sir. What it can mean is not easily discovered: if mail for a packe... ...such a shift] It is not unlikely that the onion was an expedient used by the actors of interludes. Induction.ii.89 (359,8) Leet] As the Court leet. or...

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Oliver Wakefield

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Johnson's Notes to Shakespeare, Vol. I Comedies

By: Samuel Johnson

... That Johnson had to say about the plays concerns Johnsonians as veil as Shakespeareans. And it is unfortunately true that too little attention has... ..."trifling conceits" and suggested it was possibly an interpolation by the actors.] That this, like many other scenes, is mean and vulgar, will be un... ... There were fairies like hobgoblins, pitiless and rough, and described as malevolent and mischievous, (see 1765, III,143,3) IV.ii.39 (193,5) A hou... ...ferent in this scene from the common copies, except that the names of two actors, Kempe and Cowley, are placed at the beginning of the speeches, ins... ...an apology for sighing in its face. III. i. 73 (376,3) no salve in the male, Sir] The old folio reads, no salve in thee male, sir, which, in anot... ...o salve in thee male, sir, which, in another folio, is, no salve, in the male, sir. What it can mean is not easily discovered: if mail for a packet... ... shift] It is not unlikely that the onion was an expedient used by the actors of interludes. Induction.ii.89 (359,8) Leet] As the Court leet. o...

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Keith Faulkner

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...as followed by an extensive tour of Britain with the Elizabethen Theatre Company, performing various Shakespearean productions. In the 1950s, Keith Fa... ...es 1939 births Living people English male film actors English ma... ... 1939 births Living people English male film actors English male child a...

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Halleck's New English Literature

By: Reuben P. Halleck

...s no end rime. Piers Plowman is the last great poem written in this way. The actors in this poem are largely allegorical. Abstractions are personified... ...entury ideals? In what respect is the romance of Gawayne like a sermon? What Shakespearean characters does Geoffrey of Monmouth introduce? How is Laya... ...llow deer. The ballad of the Nut−Brown Maid has some touches that are almost Shakespearean. Some of the carols of the fifteenth century give a foretas... ...e old religious plays helped to educate the public, the playwrights, and the actors for the later drama. Halleck's New English Literature CHAPTER IV: ... ...umph are a few of the Miracle plays that were acted in the city of York. The Actors and Manner of Presentation.—At first the actors were priests who p... ...s. Gammer Gurton's Needle, the work of William Stevenson, a little−known pre−Shakespearean writer, was acted at Christ's College, Cambridge, shortly a... ...hantments of a mysterious Lady Geraldine; but the fragment closes while this malevolent influence continues. We miss the interest of a finished story,... ...me of the best of his short stories are Will o' the Mill (1878), The Sire de Maletroit's Door (1878), and Markheim (1885). His best−known single produ... ...'s youthful poems show that he regarded Nature as the incarnation of a Power malevolent to man. He lacked the optimism of Browning and the faith of Te...

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Timothy Bateson

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...926 births 2009 deaths English male film actors English male radio actors ... ... 2009 deaths English male film actors English male radio actors ... ... English male radio actors English male stage actors English male television actors ... ... English male radio actors English male stage actors English male television actors ... ... English male television actors English male voice actors Royal Shakespeare Company members ... ... English male television actors English male voice actors Royal Shakespeare Company members ... ... Royal Shakespeare Company members Male Shakespearean actors Male actors from London ... ... Royal Shakespeare Company members Male Shakespearean actors Male actors from London ...

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Entertainments for Home, Church and School

By: Frederica Seeger

...son at a time. One person is accordingly admitted into the room in which the actors are congregated. The unhappy wight stares about him with curiosity... ... a fresh victim is admitted, and the new initiate becomes in turn one of the actors. Sometimes, however, the victim manages to turn the laugh against ... ...color as to harmonize with, and yet to give full prominence to, the group of actors. The material of the latter as also the covering of the floor, sho... ...ng believe to dust or arrange a figure, while the patter is delivered by a male exhibitor. Or Mrs. Jarley may, if preferred, be suppressed altogethe... ...a definite time, has made the most words out of his syllables, wins a prize. SHAKESPEAREAN ROMANCE One of Shakespeare's plays is selected, and as many... ...ifficult to flirt on board the P. and O. steamers? Because all of the mails (males) are tied up in bags. What letter made Queen Bess mind her P's and ... ...by the 12:50 train? Because it is ten−to−one if you catch it. Why should the male sex avoid the letter A? Because it makes the men mean. When does a m...

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Angus L. Bowmer

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...as artistic director, he produced all 37 of William Shakespeare's plays and performed 32 Shakespearean roles in 43 separate stagings. ... ...ho came to Ashland to observe the festival's operations prior to Adams founding the Utah Shakespearean Festival in 1961.[5] Bowmer... ...f Ashland to revive the tradition of July 4th celebrations with an important addition: a Shakespearean Festival. The Works Progres... ... 1904 births 1979 deaths Male actors from Oregon 20th-century Am... ... 1904 births 1979 deaths Male actors from Oregon 20th-century America...

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Merry Mrs. Macbeth

By: Maxwell Grant

... that we'd go on playing stock together. No ambition; that's the way with all actors." "And actresses?" Margo dropped the question hoping it would s... ...lways ready to accept a woman's opinion on little men like Guylan. Away from male company, they often lost their rabbity ways and showed their wolfi... ...Night's Dream, which had been crazily interpolated into the rest of Guylan's Shakespearean potpourri. The clatter subsided as the girls sat down on ... ...k to the telephone, though she was to doubt that opinion later. The various actors were in their dressing rooms, or should have been, yet that too ... ...hurland, Verne." "Actually, I'm younger." On the instant, Verne dropped his Shakespearean manner. "But I've been in the theatrical business twice a... ...thers." Folding his arms again, Verne faced Cranston and delivered his best Shakespearean sneer. "What alibis do they have?" demanded Verne. "The w...

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Jake Harders

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...equently acknowledged[5][6][7][8] that his main influence is the work of Polish theatre researcher Jerzy Grotowski. He studied with actors from Grotow... ...ory without a link on Wikidata Alumni of the Central School of Speech and Drama English male stage actors ... ... a link on Wikidata Alumni of the Central School of Speech and Drama English male stage actors ... ... English male stage actors English male television actors English male radio actors ... ... English male stage actors English male television actors English male radio actors ... ...evision actors English male radio actors English male film actors Male Shakespearean... ...on actors English male radio actors English male film actors Male Shakespearean acto...

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Merry Mrs. Macbeth

By: Maxwell Grant

...at we'd go on playing stock together. No ambition; that's the way with all actors." "And actresses?" Margo dropped the question hoping it would stop... ...ays ready to accept a woman's opinion on little men like Guylan. Away from male company, they often lost their rabbity ways and showed their wolfish t... ...ght's Dream, which had been crazily interpolated into the rest of Guylan's Shakespearean potpourri. The clatter subsided as the girls sat down on the ... ...to the telephone, though she was to doubt that opinion later. The various actors were in their dressing rooms, or should have been, yet that too was ... ...rland, Verne." "Actually, I'm younger." On the instant, Verne dropped his Shakespearean manner. "But I've been in the theatrical business twice as lo... ...ers." Folding his arms again, Verne faced Cranston and delivered his best Shakespearean sneer. "What alibis do they have?" demanded Verne. "The word...

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Simon Shepherd

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Woolf Essays

By: Virginia Woolf

... rest in communication with strong, discreet, and refined minds, whether male or female", she writes, as any leader-writer in a provincial journal ... ...ntic. "TWELFTH NIGHT" AT THE OLD VIC (* Written in 1933.) Shakespeareans are divided, it is well known, into three classes; those wh... ...heir faces. The word is given a body as well as a soul. Then again as the actors pause, or topple over a barrel, or stretch their hands out, the fla... ...e wrote for the body and for the mind simultaneously. But now that the actors have done their proper work of solidifying and intensifying our imp... ...e. Hence the comedy was out of proportion to the rest. Then, perhaps, the actors were too highly charged with individuality or too incongruously cas... ...ly, KEEPAWAY, [Keepaway is the name of a preparation used to distract the male dog from the female at certain seasons] it comes. And I read a page h...

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Bruno Barnabe

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The Man Shakespeare

By: Frank Harris

...msy buttresses. Still this very carelessness of fact, as I have said, is Shakespearean; the philosophic dreamer paid little attention to the mere i... ...had had anything to do with the "First Part of Henry VI.," but his fellow-actors, Heminge and Condell, placed the Three Parts of "King Henry VI." in... ...ry rare and very significant in Shakespeare. This photograph is slightly malevolent, too, as of one whose malice is protected by a Queen's commissi... ... no ambition to be counted stalwart, or bold, or resolute like most young males of his race, much less "a good hater," as Dr. Johnson confessed hims... ... from 1598 to 1601. Mr. Tyler then has not only given us the names of the actors, but he has put the tragedy in its proper place in Shakespeare's li... ...stood this side of life as well as most men. But Don Pedro is a prince--a Shakespearean prince at that--full of all loyalties and ideal sentiments; ... ...Hamlet: "You are fat and scant of breath." Many people, especially actors, have been so determined to see Hamlet as slight and student-like, ... ...revenge for a soul, but in this he does not succeed, for intellect is not maleficent. At moments Iago lives for us; "drown cats and blind puppies ..... ...s as "absurdly foolish." The third act is "spoiled, by the characteristic Shakespearean language." The fourth act is "marred in the making," and of ...

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Leslie Barrett

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...tt and Paul Curtis formed the American Mime Theatre.[1] Barrett was also an accomplished Shakespearean actor. He joined the Shakespeare Theatre Worksh... ...ry for the Performing Arts Categories Male actors from New York City 1919 bir... ...r the Performing Arts Categories Male actors from New York City 1919 births ... ... 1919 births 2010 deaths American male stage actors American male film ac... ... 1919 births 2010 deaths American male stage actors American male film actors ...

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