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Actors' Equity Association

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

Founded in 1912, following the dissolution of the Actors' Society of America, it had its constitution and bylaws formalized in 1913 with Francis Wilson elected as its first president. In ...

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A.L. Erlanger

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre — Music.

(1860–1930), producer and manager.

As a young boy in his native Cleveland, he sold opera glasses at the Academy of Music and was later appointed treasurer of the Euclid Avenue ...

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Al Hayman

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

(1847–1917), manager. Born in Wheeling, West Virginia, he apparently began his theatrical career as manager of a touring company of The Black Crook in 1871 that covered not only the...

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Arena-Style Theatre

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

(Theatre‐in‐the‐Round).

Although some hailed the proliferation after World War II of arena‐style playhouses, in which audiences surround the stage, as a revolutionary departure,...

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Association for the Promotion and Protection of an Independent Stage in the United States

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

Founded either in 1897 or 1898, the organization was established by Mrs. Fiske, Richard Mansfield, Helena Modjeska, James O'Neill, Francis Wilson, and other theatrical figures who had been...

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Becky Sharp

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

(1899),

a play by Langdon Mitchell. [Fifth Avenue Theatre, 116 perf.] The adventurous, unprincipled Becky (Mrs. Fiske) rises from nothing into a life of luxury by secretly marrying...

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Charles Frohman

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(1860–1915)

American manager. After a series of show business jobs, Frohman and his brothers Daniel and Gustave took over Steele MacKaye's Madison Square Theatre in 1877. They...

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community theatre

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Form of play-making which involves a mainly non-theatrical community in the production of a script usually based on a subject of local interest. It first appeared in England in the ...

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David Belasco

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

(b. San Francisco, 25 July 1853; d. New York, 14 May 1931)

Producer and playwright. Although Belasco started his theatrical career as an actor, he soon was staging and writing ...

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Dramatic Mirror

Overview page. Subjects: Theatre.

Founded in 1879 as the New York Mirror but soon changed to the New York Dramatic Mirror, the theatrical trade paper was popularly known by its shorter name. Under the ...

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