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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...
    • Once in a Lifetime

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    • The satirical comedy focuses on the effect talking pictures have on the entertainment industry. When the New York vaudevillian team of Jerry Hyland, May Daniels, and George Lewis find themselves in a faltering vaudeville act, they decide to head...
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Set designs

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    • Set design for Edwin Booth's Merchant of Venice at The Winter Garden Theatre, 1867, by Charles Witham
    • Set designs

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    • Charles Lehr was one of America's most highly respected scene painters during the 19th century ; his training as a dioramist in the 1830s is evident in this sketch from Harper's Weekly of a scene he created for a production of The Jewess, a...
    • Stage machinery

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    • An important associate of the 19th century scene painter was the stage machinist, who was called upon to create props of great complexity. The chariot for Klaw and Erlanger's spectacle of 1899, Ben Hur, was so constructed that it could ride over...
    • 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. Setting for Act I, scene 1
    • 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. Mary Jeffrey, Sidney Macy, Erville Alderson, Robert Kelly, and Richard Bennett in a scene around the family dining...

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