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    • Blue Jeans

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    • Poster depicting the famed saw mill scene. Blue Jeans is a melodrama that opened in New York City in 1890 to great popularity. The sensation of the play is a scene where the unconscious hero is placed on a board approaching a huge buzz saw in a...
    • Blue Jeans

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    • Blue Jeans is a melodrama that opened in New York City in 1890 to great popularity. The sensation of the play is a scene where the unconscious hero is placed on a board approaching a huge buzz saw in a sawmill, which became one of the most dramatic...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes and Clara Morris, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public ; the San Francisco News Latter was less...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • Duel scene with James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public . He went on to play this role over 6000 times
    • Dora Dean and Charles Johnson

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    • The elegant cakewalk team of Dean and Johnson. Dora Dean and her husband Charles E. Johnson brought the dance to the Great White Way in the 1893 production of The Creole Show. Their performance was a sensation. Not only did Dean, Johnson and the...
    • Ezra Meeker books

    • Meeker, Ezra, 1830-1928; Oregon National Historic Trail ; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Ezra Meeker, who went west first in 1852, created a national sensation when in 1906 he retraced the trail from west to east, again in an ox-drawn wagon. The first vocal proponent of marking the historic route, his efforts led to the...
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Hippodrome Theatre

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    • Others might vanish rabbits, but in 1918, on the brightly-lit stage of the Hippodrome in New York City, Houdini made a 10,000-pound elephant disappear. He created a sensation. When Houdini fired a pistol Jennie vanished from view. The Hippodrome...
    • 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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    • 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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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Portrait of an Actress

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    • Portrait of Ann Cargill (born Ann Brown), a British opera diva and celebrated beauty whose life and death were a sensation in London at the close of the 18th century. In both 1779 and 1780 she was the world�s highest-paid actress and during the...

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