Julian Mitchell


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Babes in Toyland

Overview page. Subjects: Music Theatre.

Victor Herbert returned to the Broadway musical stage for Babes In Toyland following a sabbatical as the director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra between 1901 and 1903. The show opened...

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Caroline Siedle

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(b. England, ?1867; d. Yonkers, NY, 26 Feb. 1907)

Costume designer. Possibly the first woman in the American theatre to become famous for her clothing designs, she came to...

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John Tiller

Overview page. Subjects: Music Theatre — Theatre.

(1852?–1925), choreographer.

The famed British dance master was born in Manchester, England, and at an early age established a celebrated dancing school. He sent many bands of...

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Mitchell, Maggie

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(1832–1918), actress.

Although the tiny, curly‐haired, spritelike New Yorker is said to have been on stage from the time she was a child, the earliest record of her performing is...

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Peter Stone

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Stage, film, and television writer. A very successful author of Broadway musical hits and film comedies, he was also a valued play “doctor” who made uncredited...

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A Trip to Chinatown

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre — Music Theatre.

(Madison Square Theatre 1891). A merry, madcap show that was one of the earliest and best musical comedies, the production ran 657 performances, a Broadway record for twenty-eight years....

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Wizard of Oz

Overview page. Subjects: Children's Literature Studies — Music.

Character in children's books by L. Frank Baum.

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