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STR Lecture Series: 'The Gladiator, the Indian, the Dutchman and Shakespeare: Three American Actors in Nineteenth-Century England'

The next Society for Theatre Research lecture will be:

The Gladiator, the Indian, the Dutchman and Shakespeare:  Three American Actors in Nineteenth-Century England

Wednesday 11 March 2015 at 7.30pm, Swedenborg Hall, London… 222 more words

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(They Just Can't Stop It) Games People Play - Spinners

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  • Lead vocals: Bobby Smith, Pervis Jackson and Barbara Ingram
  • Written by Joseph Jefferson, Bruce Hawes and Charles Simmons
  • Instruments: MFSB
  • Backing vocals: Barbara Ingram, Henry Fambrough, Phillippe Wynn.
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EDWARD SOTHERN: DISTINGUISHED STAGE ACTOR APPEARING IN "DAVID GARRICK"

This cabinet card features celebrated English actor Edward Askew Sothern (1826-1881). Sothern was known for his comic roles in Great Britain and America. He is often associated with his role in “Our American Cousin (1858 ). 159 more words

Sarony

BONNIE HAVEN

BONNIE HAVEN
Barnstable Historical Commission has received an application to demolish a Cotuit landmark known as Bonnie Haven, one of the last surviving homes of Cotuit whaling captains. 662 more words

BARNSTABLE

FRANCIS WILSON: EARLY AMERICAN THEATRE STAR, PLAYWRIGHT, AND AUTHOR

Francis Wilson (1854-1935) was an American actor born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began his career in minstrel shows but by the time he was 24 year-old he was playing in Philadelphia’s Chestnut Theatre. 112 more words

Philadelphia

Corsets and Cross-dressing, or the Joys of Theater

Dear Prodigy pioneers,

This week and next, the undergrad dorm where I’m a resident tutor is putting on their annual musical—this year Guys and Dolls… 382 more words

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