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A woman tells her story in not-so-scandalous ways.

By Lupita Peimbert.

(Theatre) – An autobiographical  story about an immigrant woman, her marriage, the challenges of adapting to a new country, and how a private matter became a scandal in and out of San Francisco’s political and media circles. 407 more words


First Night Design | What Every Woman Knows

When asked by an actor he had cast in a small role in What Every Woman Knows how he should play it, Sir James Barrie said: 55 more words

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Booth in the Window at the Bijou

Moving Picture World, November 26, 1910

Excerpts from a letter by John Blohm, owner and manager of the Bijou Theatre, Chesley, Ontario, Canada.

“We have several photoplay theaters here in Western Ontario, though as the enclosed postcard shows, they are on a small scale. 177 more words


First Night Design | Dame Gladys Cooper #Quote #Actress #Cards

Miss Gladys Cooper in Fancy Dress Greeting Card by FirstNightVintage

Looking into a mirror on her deathbed: ‘If this is what virus pneumonia does to one, I really don’t think I shall bother to have it again.’ … 128 more words


Crown Photo Plays, Hartford

Exhibitors Times, September 20, 1913:

“The Crown Theatre is practically the only motion picture house in Hartford, Conn. with a real attractive front, as shown in the accompanying photograph. 217 more words


In San Francisco, theaters increase Youth development

Some theaters in the San Franciso Bay area encourage acting programs for the youth in order to develop a community spirit in the area.

In 1985 JFK Kennedy mentioned that «  The future of our nation depends on our ability to create and to be creative. 952 more words


Agatha Christie and “cosy” crime | The Badger's Sett

When I was in a production of And Then There Were None in 1982 in the seaside resort of Southwold — I played the housekeeper who (spoiler alert!) dies in the opening scene — it was still going under its politically incorrect title of Ten Little Niggers. 173 more words