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    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Actor in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...
    • Macbeth

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    • Scene from play. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...
    • Macbeth

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    • Cast of play in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African...
    • Adonis

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    • Henry E. Dixey, widely considered an emblem of nineteenth century masculine beauty, co-wrote the 'burlesque extravaganza' with Edward E. Rice ; at 603 performances, Adonis was the longest-running show of its time
    • Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines

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    • Act 2: Opera singer Madame Trenoni's hotel room in the Brevoort House, New York, early 1870s ; Madame Trentoni, Aurelia Johnson (Ethel Barrymore) leans on the arm of her teacher, Professor Belliarto (Edwin Stevens) as she informs her companion,...
    • Philadelphia Story, The

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    • Act 1, the sitting room of the Lords' house in the country near Philadelphia ; all the family members are startled to hear Tracy Lord address her Uncle Willie as Papa ; she doe not want the visiting magazine reporter and photographer to know that...
    • Du Barry Was a Lady

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    • Act 1, Louis Blore (Bert Lahr), who has just won the Irish sweepstakes, returns to his old stamping grounds, the Club Petite, where he used to be a lavatory attendant ; part of the action occurred as a dream sequence at the the court of Louis XV
    • All God's Chillun Got Wings

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    • Scene from the play produced by the Provincetown Playhouse, New York, 1924 ; when Eugene O'Neill's 'All God's Chillun Got Wings' opened in 1924, this play about an interracial marriage inspired angry reactions, generating, as The Brooklyn Daily...
    • All God's Chillun Got Wings

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    • Scene in O'Neill's All God's Chillun' Got Wings in which Paul Robeson kissed Mary Blair's hand and created a national uproar, produced by the Provincetown Playhouse, New York, 1931 ; when Eugene O'Neill's 'All God's Chillun Got Wings' opened in...
    • Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones startled theater professionals and the public with his design for a spare, angular set for the one-act play The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, 1915 ; directed by Harley Granville Barker. This setting is usually said to be the...
    • Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones startled theater professionals and the public with his design for a spare, angular set for the one-act play The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, 1915 ; directed by Harley Granville Barker. This setting is usually said to be the...
    • Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones startled theater professionals and the public with his design for a spare, angular set for the one-act play The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, 1915 ; directed by Harley Granville Barker. This setting is usually said to be the...
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. In this scene of family conflict, Mary Jeffery as Mrs. Mayo, tries to restrain her husband, played by Erville...
    • Governor's Lady, The

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    • David Belasco's production of The Governor's Lady, 1912, showing the replica of Child's restaurant ; the play is primarily known as an example of Belasco's theatrical naturalism, because he recreated a Childs Restaurant on stage using materials and...
    • Street Scene

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    • Setting designed by Jo Mielziner. The action of the play takes place entirely on the front stoop of a New York City brownstone and in the adjacent street in the early part of the 20th century. It studies the complex daily lives of the people living...
    • Street Scene

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    • Setting designed by Jo Mielziner. The action of the play takes place entirely on the front stoop of a New York City brownstone and in the adjacent street in the early part of the 20th century. It studies the complex daily lives of the people living...

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