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Vivian Grey

By: Benjamin Disraeli

...ER II. PROGRESS. • CHAPTER III. PRIVATE EDUCATION. • CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. • CHAPTER V. A NEW FRIEND. • CHAPTER VI. THE CLASSICS. • CH... ...said Vivian Grey: "something more stirring for me! What say you to private theatricals?" The proposition was, of course, received with enthusiasm, and... ...e a Comedy!" "A Comedy! a Comedy!—oh! how delightful!" CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. After an immense number of propositions, and an equal number ... ... hair; and small black, beady eyes. This dæmon watched the progress of the theatrical company with eyes gloating with vengeance. No attempt had been m... ...ark me,—by the only modes of acquiring property—fair trade, and honourable professions. It is for you and your companions that I fear. God grant! that...

...· VOL. I. · BOOK THE FIRST. · CHAPTER I. THE CONSULTATION. · CHAPTER II. PROGRESS. · CHAPTER III. PRIVATE EDUCATION. · CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. · CHAPTER V. A NEW FRIEND. · CHAPTER VI. THE CLASSICS. · CHAPTER VII. THE CLASSICS. · CHAPTER VIII. SOCIETY. · CHAPTER IX. THE NEW THEORY. · CHAPTER X. A LOUNGE. · BOOK THE SECOND. · CHAPTER. I. THE MARQUESS OF C...

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Theatrical company management

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...les lacking sources Stagecraft Theatrical professions Theatrical management ... ... sources Stagecraft Theatrical professions Theatrical management ...

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St. Ronan's Well

By: Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet

..............................................................124 CHAPTER I. THEATRICALS. .............................................................. ... FORTUNE'S FROLICS. • CHAPTER XIX. A LETTER. • VOL. II. • CHAPTER I. THEATRICALS. • CHAPTER II. PERPLEXITIES. • CHAPTER III. EXPOSTULATI... ...he family." "Here they are going to give a masquerade, a bal paré, private theatricals, I think, and what not," handing him the card. "I saw someth... ... that they will have something like a bal paré on this occasion, a sort of theatrical exhibition, and that those who like it shall be dressed in c... ...the post−office without delay, and with his own hand. VOL. II. CHAPTER I. THEATRICALS. The play's the thing. Hamlet. The important day had now ar... ...seem my friend and I cannot intimate to you more strongly my belief in your professions of regard than by saying, that the language held by Lady P...

...GYMAN, 98 -- Chapter XVII. THE ACQUAINTANCE, 105 -- Chapter XVIII. FORTUNE'S FROLICS, 112 -- Chapter XIX. A LETTER, 121 -- VOL. II, 124 -- Chapter I. THEATRICALS, 124 -- Chapter II. PERPLEXITIES, 133 -- Chapter III. EXPOSTULATION, 141 -- Chapter IV. THE PROPOSAL, 146 -- Chapter V. PRIVATE INFORMATION, 152 -- Chapter VI. EXPLANATORY, 155 -- Chapter VII. LETTER CONTINUED, 16...

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Dresser (theatre)

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...irector Theatrical technician ... ... Categories Stage crew Theatrical professions All stub articles ... ...Categories Stage crew Theatrical professions All stub articles S... ...ation stubs A dresser is a theatrical stagehand who is involved with maintaining costume quality at ea... ...irector Theatrical technician ... ... Categories Stage crew Theatrical professions All stub articles ... ...Categories Stage crew Theatrical professions All stub articles S...

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After Waterloo : Reminiscences of European Travel 18151819

By: Major W. E. Frye

...aone—The army of the Loire—Macon—French grisettes —Lyons—Monuments and theatricals— Geneva—Character and opinions of the Genevois—Voltaire... ...ridges—Character of the Romans—The Palassi and Ville —Canova's atelier—Theatricals—An execution in Rome. ....................................... ...n−sur−Saone—The army of the Loire—Macon—French grisettes—Lyons—Monuments and theatricals— Geneva—Character and opinions of the Genevois—Voltaire's cha... ... the bridges—Character of the Romans—The Palassi and Ville —Canova's atelier—Theatricals—An execution in Rome. • CHAPTER XI. From Rome to Naples—Alba... ...has been thought advisable to leave out a certain number of pages devoted to theatricals, of which Major Frye was a great votary, and also some length... ...egorical devices and statues richly ornamented, emblematical of the trade or professions to which the barge belonged. Each barge bore an appropriate e...

...aone, Lyons, Geneva and the -- Simplon?Auxerre?Dijon?Napoleon at Chalon?sur?Saone?The army of the -- Loire?Macon?French grisettes?Lyons?Monuments and theatricals? Geneva?Character -- and opinions of the Genevois?Voltaire's chateau at Ferney?The chevalier Zadera?From -- Geneva to Milan?Crossing the Simplon?Arona?The theatres in -- Milan?Rossini?Monuments in Milan?Art encour...

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Property designer

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Whitejacket

By: Herman Melville

...r ..........................................................47 Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man−of−war ............................................ ... • Chapter 22. Wash−day, and House−cleaning in a Man−of−war • Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man−of−war • Chapter 24. Introductory to Cape Horn • C... ...eservative, and exempts the sailors from a perpetual annoyance. Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man−of−war THE NEVERSINK had summered out her last Chri... ...ye to think on't." White−Jacket; or, The World in a Man−of−War Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man−of−war 50 "No grog on de day dat tried men's souls... ...nounced that free permission was given to the sailors to get up any sort of theatricals they desired, wherewith to honor the Fourth. Now, some weeks... ...e sent to sea too early. To a certain extent, this may be a mistake. Other professions, involving a knowledge of technicalities and things restrict...

...er 21. One Reason why Men?of?war's?men are, generally, Short?lived, 45 -- Chapter 22. Wash?day, and House?cleaning in a Man?of?war, 47 -- Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man?of?war, 50 -- Chapter 24. Introductory to Cape Horn, 54 -- Chapter 25. The Dog?days off Cape Horn, 56 -- Chapter 26. The Pitch of the Cape, 58 -- Chapter 27. Some Thoughts growing out of Mad Jack's Counte...

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White-Jacket

By: Herman Melville

... Chapter 22. Wash-day, and House-cleaning in a Man-of-war • Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man-of-war • Chapter 24. Introductory to Cape Horn • C... ...ative, and exempts the sailors 42 from a perpetual annoyance. Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man-of-war THE NEVERSINK had summered out her last Christm... ...ounced that free permission was given to the sailors to get up any sort of theatricals they desired, wherewith to honor the Fourth. Now, some weeks pr... ...ogether, and made up a considerable purse, for the purpose of purchasing a theatrical outfit; having in view to diversify the monotony of lying in for... ...cheme had served in other American frigates, where the privilege of having theatricals was allowed to the crew. What was their chagrin, then, when, up... ...e sent to sea too early. To a certain extent, this may be a mistake. Other professions, involving a knowledge of technicalities and things restricted ...

...ar · Chapter 21. One Reason why Men-of-war's-men are, generally, Short-lived · Chapter 22. Wash-day, and House-cleaning in a Man-of-war · Chapter 23. Theatricals in a Man-of-war · Chapter 24. Introductory to Cape Horn · Chapter 25. The Dog-days off Cape Horn · Chapter 26. The Pitch of the Cape · Chapter 27. Some Thoughts growing out of Mad Jack's Countermanding his Superio...

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Charge scenic artist

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... lacking sources Scenic design Theatrical professions Filmmaking ... ...urces Scenic design Theatrical professions Filmmaking All stub... ... lacking sources Scenic design Theatrical professions Filmmaking ... ...urces Scenic design Theatrical professions Filmmaking All stub...

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Vivian Grey

By: Benjamin Disraeli

.......................................................5 CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. .............................................................. ...ER II. PROGRESS. • CHAPTER III. PRIVATE EDUCATION. • CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. • CHAPTER V. A NEW FRIEND. • CHAPTER VI. THE CLASSICS. ... ...aid Vivian Grey: "something more stirring for me! What say you to private theatricals?" The proposition was, of course, received with enthusiasm, ... ...ve a Comedy!" "A Comedy! a Comedy! oh! how delightful!" CHAPTER IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS. After an immense number of propositions, and an equal numb... ... hair; and small black, beady eyes. This dæmon watched the progress of the theatrical company with eyes gloating with vengeance. No attempt had b... ...rk me, by the only modes of acquiring property fair trade, and honourable professions. It is for you and your companions that I fear. God grant! ...

...L. I, 3 -- BOOK THE FIRST, 3 -- Chapter I. THE CONSULTATION, 3 -- Chapter II. PROGRESS, 4 -- Chapter III. PRIVATE EDUCATION, 5 -- Chapter IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS, 7 -- Chapter V. A NEW FRIEND, 8 -- Chapter VI. THE CLASSICS, 10 -- Chapter VII. THE CLASSICS, 12 -- Chapter VIII. SOCIETY, 12 -- Chapter IX. THE NEW THEORY, 13 -- Chapter X. A LOUNGE, 14 -- BOOK THE SECOND, 15 --...

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Technical Master

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...roblem, and does not know how to correct it. In many small to medium sized theatrical productions the role of technical master wil... ...technical director or his assistant. See also Theatrical technician Technica... ... articles from February 2009 All orphaned articles Theatrical professions Stage crew... ...rom February 2009 All orphaned articles Theatrical professions Stage crew ...

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A Man of Means

By: Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

...'S DAUGHTER THE EPISODE OF THE FINANCIAL NAPOLEON THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE THE EPISODE OF THE LIVE WEEKLY THE DIVERTING EPISO... ...t hear it. He was reading the cricket news. THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE Third of a Series of Six Stories [First published in... ... an end to the party, he was not altogether sorry. He had never been to a theatrical supper-party before, and within five minutes of his arrival at ... ...esent one he had become afflicted with an intense desire never to go to a theatrical supper-party again. To be a success at these gay gatherings one... .... They bore me stiff." Roland hastily revised his first estimate of the theatrical profession. Shallow, empty-headed creatures some of them might ... ...e an extremely acute stroke of business. Mr. Montague had dabbled in many professions in his time, from street peddling upward, but what he was real...

...CONTENTS THE EPISODE OF THE LANDLADY'S DAUGHTER THE EPISODE OF THE FINANCIAL NAPOLEON THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE THE EPISODE OF THE LIVE WEEKLY THE DIVERTING EPISODE OF THE EXILED MONARCH THE EPISODE OF THE HIRED PAST...

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Theatre consultant

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...ategories Consulting occupations Theatrical occupations Theatrical professions ... ... Theatrical occupations Theatrical professions Architecture occupations ...

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Mansfield Park

By: Jane Austen

...ve. It re−established peace and kindness. Sir Thomas sent friendly advice and professions, Lady Bertram dispatched money and baby−linen, and Mrs. Norr... ... I am sure Mr. Norris is too just−−but you know I am a woman of few words and professions. Do not let us be frightened from a good deed by a trifle. G... ... wings of disappointment, and with his head full of acting, for it had been a theatrical party; and the play in which he had borne a part was within t... ... happiness, so near fame, so near the long paragraph in praise of the private theatricals at Ecclesford, the seat of the Right Hon. Lord Ravenshaw, in... ...se you in it?" "I think it would be very wrong. In a _general_ light, private theatricals are open to some objections, but as _we_ are circumstanced, ... ...all in his own room. The storm through Baron Wildenheim was the height of his theatrical ambition; and with the advantage of knowing half the scenes b... ...herself. By a look at her brother she prevented any farther entreaty from the theatrical board, and the really good feelings by which she was almost p... ...er−on at the other, he found his niece the object of attentions, or rather of professions, of a somewhat pointed character. Henry Crawford was in the ... ...be questionable; and he was not so irrational as Fanny considered him, in the professions of persevering, assiduous, and not desponding attachment whi...

...Excerpt: THE letter was not unproductive. It re?established peace and kindness. Sir Thomas sent friendly advice and professions, Lady Bertram dispatched money and baby?linen, and Mrs. Norris wrote the letters. Such were its immediate effects, and within a twelvemonth a more important advantage to Mrs. Price resulted from it. Mrs. Norris wa...

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Call boy (theatre)

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Woman and the Republic

By: Helen Kendrick Johnson

....................................57 CHAPTER VII. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE PROFESSIONS. .................................................64 CHAPTER ... ...ER VI. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE TRADES. • CHAPTER VII. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE PROFESSIONS. • CHAPTER VIII. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND EDUCATION. • CHAPTER IX... ... the causes of this change. The settlement of the great West, the opening of professions and trades to woman consequent upon the loss of more than a h... ...ing societies to raise money for soldiers' families, for tableaux, readings, theatricals, anything but conventions to discuss principles and to circul... ...cise the right of suffrage, and be eligible to all offices, occupations, and professions, and to act as jurors; that courts of conciliation should be ... ...men have found a place in law, medicine, architecture, journalism, and other professions. Single women always could engage in commercial and mercantil...

...HILANTHROPY, 32 -- Chapter V. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE LAWS, 47 -- Chapter VI. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE TRADES, 57 -- Chapter VII. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE PROFESSIONS, 64 -- Chapter VIII. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND EDUCATION, 67 -- Chapter IX. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE CHURCH, 74 -- Chapter X. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND SEX, 84 -- Chapter XI. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AND THE HOME, 91 -- Chapter XII. Conclu...

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Arden School of Theatre

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...nior Curriculum Manager Robert S Ely, to provide vocational degree level theatrical education in the North of England, one of the first to provide t... ...rees in the United Kingdom . The School wanted to expand to provide other theatrical professions, but today only provides courses for actors and musi... ... United Kingdom . The School wanted to expand to provide other theatrical professions, but today only provides courses for actors and musical theatre...

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Overruled

By: George Bernard Shaw

...mercilessly severe on all other libertines, and excessively conventional in professions of social principle. What is more, these professions are no... ...urban young ladies in the same character. HOLDING THE MIRROR UP TO NATURE. Theatrical art begins as the holding up to Nature of a distorting mirror...

...ally a person of blameless family life, whilst the practical libertine is mercilessly severe on all other libertines, and excessively conventional in professions of social principle....

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Robin Fox family

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... The Robin Fox family is a family with several members in the acting and related professions over a number of generations. Robin Fox (19... ...ting and related professions over a number of generations. Robin Fox (1913-1971), an actor and theatrical agent, and his wife Angela Muriel Darita Wor... ..., had 3 sons, including the actors James and Edward Fox. Their other son, Robert Fox, became a theatrical agent. Their grandchildren include the actor... ...the Victorian Theatre.[2] Family Robin Fox (1913-1971), theatrical agent, married Angela Muriel Darita Worthing...

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Overruled

By: George Bernard Shaw

...cilessly severe on all other libertines, and excessively conventional in professions of social principle. What is more, these professions are n... ...ung ladies in the same character. HOLDING THE MIRROR UP TO NATURE. Theatrical art begins as the holding up to Nature of a distorting mirror....

...ally a person of blameless family life, whilst the practical libertine is mercilessly severe on all other libertines, and excessively conventional in professions of social principle....

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Catholic Association of Performing Arts (UK)

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...itual, artistic and social intercourse among Catholics connected with the theatrical and allied professions." The Guild is now known as the (CaAPA)... ...cial intercourse among Catholics connected with the theatrical and allied professions." The Guild is now known as the (CaAPA). Its current detail...

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A Woman's Thoughts about Women

By: Dinah Maria Mulock Craik

.......................................................6 CHAPTER III. Female Professions................................................................. ...TER I. Something to do. • CHAPTER II. Self−dependence. • CHAPTER III. Female Professions. • CHAPTER IV. Female Handicrafts. • CHAPTER V. Female Servan... ...cognises, solely and above all, her dependence upon God. CHAPTER III. Female Professions. GRANTED the necessity of something to do, and the self−depen... ...t least escapes the folly of talking of what she knows nothing about. Female professions, as distinct from what may be termed female handicrafts, whic... ...one single little child. A Woman's Thoughts About Women CHAPTER III. Female Professions. 10 Does any one pause to reflect what a "little child" is? ... ...verdict is its intense involuntary egotism. No one can have seen anything of theatrical or musical circles without noticing this the incessant recurre...

...Craik, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN, 2 -- Chapter I. Something to do, 2 -- Chapter II. Self?dependence, 6 -- Chapter III. Female Professions, 10 -- Chapter IV. Female Handicrafts, 15 -- Chapter V. Female Servants, 20 -- Chapter VI. The Mistress of a Family, 27 -- * * * * *, 35 -- * * * * *, 36 -- * * * * *, 36 -- Chapter VII. Female Friendships, 36 -- ...

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World Wide Pictures

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...was the 1965 film The Restless Ones, featuring Kim Darby. It was the first theatrical movie.[1] According to an October 14, 1966 issue of Christianity... ...rding to an October 14, 1966 issue of Christianity Today more than 120,000 professions of faith were recorded after more than two million people viewe...

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The American Woman's Home

By: Catherine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe

... are not trained for these duties as men are trained for their trades and professions, and that, as the consequence, family labor is poorly done, po... ...n's true profession as much desired and respected as are the most honored professions of men. When the other sex are to be instructed in law, medi... ...ir profession; and to secure the public from unqualified members of these professions, none can enter them until examined by a competent body, who c... ... woman's profession as much desired and respected as are the most honored professions of men. What, then, is the end designed by the family state ... ... conceded. But it is objected to, on the same ground as horse-racing and theatrical entertainments; that we are to look at amusements as they are, ... ...branches, in country academies, and very often the closing exercises were theatricals, in which the pupils were performers and their pastors, elders... ...ding to a rule allowed to be correct in reference to all other trades and professions? It is a fact, that really good domestic service must continue...

...he honor and duties of the family state are not duly appreciated, that women are not trained for these duties as men are trained for their trades and professions, and that, as the consequence, family labor is poorly done, poorly paid, and regarded as menial and disgraceful....

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Mime artist

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The Reminiscences of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton)

By: Henry Hawkins Brampton

...............................................68 CHAPTER XXI. THE KNEBWORTH THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENTS—SIR EDWARD BULWER—LYTTON—CHARLES DICKENS, ... ... CHAPTER XX. THE BRIGHTON CARD−SHARPING CASE. • CHAPTER XXI. THE KNEBWORTH THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENTS—SIR EDWARD BULWER—LYTTON—CHARLES DICKENS, CHARL... ... illustrious members of all classes assembled there, members probably of all professions, men who afterwards, as I know, became great in history, poli... ...uently our distinguished warriors, as well as the members of our most gentle professions, loved a good old−fashioned English “set−to,” and nobody, as ... ...s, statesmen, and, to sum it up in brief, all the real men of the day of all professions and degrees of social position. At first my visits were infre... ...Tom Spring's in Holborn, and met many of the best men there in all ranks and professions, always excepting the Church. After one of these entertainmen... ...ittle chance of any one else finding the culprit. CHAPTER XXI. THE KNEBWORTH THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENTS—SIR EDWARD BULWER—LYTTON—CHARLES DICKENS, CHARL... ...orty−shilling freeholders were of some importance in those days; hence these theatrical performances at Knebworth Park, for Sir Edward wanted their su... ...miniscences Of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton) CHAPTER XXI. THE KNEBWORTH THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENTS—SIR EDWARD BULWER—LYTTON—CHARLES DICKENS, CHARL...

...-- Chapter XIX. SAM WARREN, THE AUTHOR OF ?TEN THOUSAND A YEAR.?, 65 -- Chapter XX. THE BRIGHTON CARD?SHARPING CASE, 68 -- Chapter XXI. THE KNEBWORTH THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENTS?SIR EDWARD -- BULWER?LYTTON?CHARLES DICKENS, CHARLES MATHEWS, MACREADY, -- DOUGLAS JERROLD, AND MANY OTHERS, 71 -- Chapter XXII. CROCKFORD'S??THE HOOKS AND EYES??DOUGLAS JERROLD, 74 -- Chapter XXIII....

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Stage management

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... Stage management is the practice of organizing and coordinating a theatrical production. It encompasses a variety of activities, including or... ...irector Theatrical technician ... ... Theatrical scenery ... ... Theatrical smoke and fog ... ... design Theatrical property ... ...agecraft Stage crew Theatrical professions Theatrical management ...

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The Poet at the Breakfast Table

By: Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

... pin, has reached all branches of knowledge. We find new terms in all the Professions, implying that special provinces have been marked off, each ha... ...king and rattling down the plaster, and enacting family scenes and parlor theatricals. It had a cellar where the cold slug clung to the walls, and ... ... The old Master knows ten times more about this matter and about all the professions, as he does about everything else, than I do. My opinion is t... ...han I do. My opinion is that he has studied two, if not three, of these professions in a regular course. I don't know that he has ever preached, ... ...d that I should like to hear what the Master had to say about the three professions he knew something about, each compared with the others. What... ... sympathies. But the lawyers are quicker witted than either of the other professions, and abler men generally. They are good-natured, or, if they ...

... as we used to be told, required fourteen different workmen to make a single pin, has reached all branches of knowledge. We find new terms in all the Professions, implying that special provinces have been marked off, each having its own school of students....

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Video design

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... are typically only viewed in this live setting and may include additional theatrical sound effects. The earliest concert video vi... ...ded behind the performers. Live concert performances took on more and more theatrical elements particularly notable in the concert events put on by Pi... ... Theatrical scenery ... ... Theatrical smoke and fog ... ... design Theatrical property ... ...agecraft Stage crew Theatrical professions Design Communicatio... ...agecraft Stage crew Theatrical professions Design Communicatio...

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The Robbers

By: Friedrich Schiller

...e dramatic method, without otherwise conforming to the stringent rules of theatrical composition, or seeking the dubious advantage of stage adaptati... ... hog has by chance found an acorn. SCHW. Excellent schemes! Honorable professions! How great minds sympathize! All that seems wanting to compl...

...acing out the innermost workings of the soul, advantage has been taken of the dramatic method, without otherwise conforming to the stringent rules of theatrical composition, or seeking the dubious advantage of stage adaptation. It must be admitted as somewhat inconsistent that three very remarkable people, whose acts are dependent on perhaps a thousand contingencies, shoul...

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Outline of design

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...Contents 1 Design professions 2 Design approaches and me... ... 7 External links Design professions Architecture – An Architect typica... ... Sound design Theatrical design Impact o... ...Contents 1 Design professions 2 Design approaches and me... ... 7 External links Design professions Architecture – An Architect typica... ... Sound design Theatrical design Impact o...

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A Man of Means

By: P. G. Wodehouse

........................................................9 THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE ........................................................ ...DY'S DAUGHTER • THE EPISODE OF THE FINANCIAL NAPOLEON • THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE • THE EPISODE OF THE LIVE WEEKLY • THE DIVERTING EPI... ... Roland did not hear it. He was reading the cricket news. THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE Third of a Series of Six Stories [First published in P... ...put an end to the party, he was not altogether sorry. He had never been to a theatrical supper−party before, and within five minutes of his arrival at... ... present one he had become afflicted with an intense desire never to go to a theatrical supper−party again. To be a success at these gay gatherings on... ...done an extremely acute stroke of business. Mr. Montague had dabbled in many professions in his time, from street peddling upward, but what he was rea...

... Man of Means, 1 -- P. G. Wodehouse, 1 -- THE EPISODE OF THE LANDLADY'S DAUGHTER, 1 -- THE EPISODE OF THE FINANCIAL NAPOLEON, 9 -- THE EPISODE OF THE THEATRICAL VENTURE, 17 -- THE EPISODE OF THE LIVE WEEKLY, 25 -- THE DIVERTING EPISODE OF THE EXILED MONARCH, 36 -- THE EPISODE OF THE HIRED PAST, 45...

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Elisabeth Marbury

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...y" Marbury (June 19, 1856 – January 22, 1933)[1] was a pioneering American theatrical and literary agent and producer who represented prominent theatr... ...during the Victorian era to establish herself as an important literary and theatrical talent agent and theatrical producer, helping to define and crea... ...ent agent and theatrical producer, helping to define and create these very professions as they emerged in the new world of mass production, advertisin... ... Marbury and de Wolfe discovered their careers amidst the amateur theatrical performances in high society in late Victorian New York. Both wo... ...l autonomy for women in general. Thus it was at an 1885 successful benefit theatrical performance that she had organized that Marbury was inspired to ... ...icans. Her office thus became a center of the New York theatrical business, and for many years Marbury worked closely with Minnie ...

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The Philanderer

By: George Bernard Shaw

...ictoria district of London. It is past ten at night. The walls are hung with theatrical engravings and photographs Kemble as Hamlet, Mrs. Siddons as Q... ...: I have seen and spoken with her. What is it all about? CHARTERIS. Ask your theatrical experience, Cuthbertson. A man, of course. CUTHBERTSON (coming... ... reading "The British Medical Journal." He is young as age is counted in the professions barely forty. His hair is wearing bald on his forehead; and h... ...me to help you to keep him after the way you have behaved? JULIA (trying her theatrical method in a milder form reasonable and impulsively goodnatured... ...at is how I have divined that you, also, are alone in the world. JULIA (with theatrical pathos). You are right there. I am indeed alone in the world. ...

...ve to one another in the drawing?room of a flat in Ashly Gardens in the Victoria district of London. It is past ten at night. The walls are hung with theatrical engravings and photographs Kemble as Hamlet, Mrs. Siddons as Queen Katharine pleading in court, Macready as Werner (after Maclise), Sir Henry Irving as Richard III (after Long), Miss Ellen Terry, Mrs. Kendal, Miss ...

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Architectural lighting design

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...lly concerned with the permanent illumination of a structure. Concert and theatrical lighting have different purposes and practitioners. Concept of... ...nefit the public. The National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP) is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 to serve a... ...nd examination requirements for baseline certification across the lighting professions. The NCQLP has established a certification process by which pra... ...gh testing, demonstrate their knowledge and experience across the lighting professions. Those who successfully complete the NCQLP Lighting Certificat...

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The Philanderer

By: George Bernard Shaw

...oria district of London. It is past ten at night. The walls are hung with theatrical engravings and photographs--Kemble as Hamlet, Mrs. Siddons as Q... ...e seen and spoken with her. What is it all about? CHARTERIS. Ask your theatrical experience, Cuthbertson. A man, of course. CUTHBERTSON (comi... ...ading "The British Medical Journal." He is young as age is counted in the professions--barely forty. His hair is wearing bald on his forehead; and h... ...help you to keep him after the way you have behaved? JULIA (trying her theatrical method in a milder form--reasonable and impulsively goodnatured... ...how I have divined that you, also, are alone in the world. JULIA (with theatrical pathos). You are right there. I am indeed alone in the world. ...

...ve to one another in the drawing-room of a flat in Ashly Gardens in the Victoria district of London. It is past ten at night. The walls are hung with theatrical engravings and photographs?Kemble as Hamlet, Mrs. Siddons as Queen Katharine pleading in court, Macready as Werner (after Maclise), Sir Henry Irving as Richard III (after Long), Miss Ellen Terry, Mrs. Kendal, Miss ...

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Art director

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Rejected Addresses : Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

By: James and Horace Smith

...Lane Hustings--by a Pic-Nic Poet Architectural Atoms--translated by Dr. B. Theatrical Alarm-bell--by the Editor of the M. P. The Theatre--by the Rev. ... ...our object to present. Although fully aware that their names would, in the theatrical phrase, have conferred great strength upon our bill, we were rel... ...the disgrace of detection without participating the advantage of success. Professions lavishly effused and parsimoniously verified are alike inconsis... ...l shelf, But live, kind bard--that I may live myself! THEATRICAL ALARM-BELL--BY THE EDITOR OF THE M. P. {68} {99} "Bounce, Jupit... ...nd attachment to government. Several other hints have been taken from the theatrical regulations of the not-a-bit-the-less-on-that-account- to-be-uni... ...That we, to please great Johnny Bull, should plan a jeer, Dance a bang-up theatrical cotillion, And put on tuneful Pegasus a pillion; That every so...

...Hon. W. S. Fire and Ale--by M. G. L. Playhouse Musings,--by S. T. C. Drury Lane Hustings--by a Pic-Nic Poet Architectural Atoms--translated by Dr. B. Theatrical Alarm-bell--by the Editor of the M. P. The Theatre--by the Rev. G. C. Macbeth Travestie--by Momus Medlar Stranger Travestie--by Momus Medlar George Barnwell Travestie--by Momus Medlar Punch's Apotheosis--by T. H. F...

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Drama therapy

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... development of Psychodrama. The field has expanded to allow many forms of theatrical interventions as therapy including role-play, theatre games, gro... ...Dramatherapy in the UK that lead to a qualification approved by the Health Professions Council, accredited by the British Association of Dramatherapis...

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