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    • Sam S. Shubert

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    • The Shubert brothers, now part of American theatrical legend, were the canniest of the early 20th century producers. After winning skirmishes with the Theatrical Syndicate, they went on to consolidate an empire by controlling the best tradition of...
    • Charles Frohman

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    • The frequent transatlantic crossings of Charles Frohman were to prove his undoing. The greatest theater mogul of his time, member of the infamous Theatrical Syndicate, the roly-poly C.F. was on the Lusitania when it was sunk by the Germans in 1915
    • Lyceum

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    • Facade ; the elegant Daniel Frohman, who seemed the quintessential Broadwayite (although he was born in 1851 in Sandusky, Ohio), worked his way up through the ranks as advance man for a touring minstrel show and then as a New York manager. He...
    • Lyceum

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    • The elegant Daniel Frohman, who seemed the quintessential Broadwayite (although he was born in 1851 in Sandusky, Ohio), worked his way up through the ranks as advance man for a touring minstrel show and then as a New York manager. He eventually...
    • One Third of a Nation

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    • Setting by Howard Bay ; a Living Newspaper theatrical production that was produced by the Federal Theatre Project in 1938. It focused on the problem of housing in the United States and the growth of slums in New York. There are quite a few...
    • Lyceum

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    • Facade ; the elegant Daniel Frohman, who seemed the quintessential Broadwayite (although he was born in 1851 in Sandusky, Ohio), worked his way up through the ranks as advance man for a touring minstrel show and then as a New York manager. He...
    • One Third of a Nation

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    • Setting by Howard Bay ; a Living Newspaper theatrical production that was produced by the Federal Theatre Project in 1938. It focused on the problem of housing in the United States and the growth of slums in New York. There are quite a few...
    • John Barrymore as Hamlet

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    • Barrymore's greatest success in his theatrical career was with Hamlet in 1922, which he played on Broadway for 101 performances as the melancholy Dane, breaking Edwin Booth's record. John Sidney Blyth known as John Barrymore, was an American actor...
    • John Barrymore as Hamlet

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    • Barrymore's greatest success in his theatrical career was with Hamlet in 1922, which he played on Broadway for 101 performances as the melancholy Dane, breaking Edwin Booth's record. John Sidney Blyth known as John Barrymore, was an American actor...
    • John Barrymore as Hamlet

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    • Barrymore's greatest success in his theatrical career was with Hamlet in 1922, which he played on Broadway for 101 performances as the melancholy Dane, breaking Edwin Booth's record. John Sidney Blyth known as John Barrymore, was an American actor...
    • John Barrymore as Hamlet

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    • Barrymore seen here opposite John S. O'Brien as Polonius. Barrymore's greatest success in his theatrical career was with Hamlet in 1922, which he played on Broadway for 101 performances as the melancholy Dane, breaking Edwin Booth's record. John...
    • Johann Christoph Gottsched and Luise Adelgunde Victoria

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    • Gottsched was an untiring literary and drama critic. He layed down rules by which the playwright must be bound, and abolished bombast and buffoonery from the serious stage. In his efforts toward the reformation of the German drama, Gottsched was...

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