Five Tales for the Theatre

Tale. for. the. Theatre. in. Five. Acts. Preface The popularity of the Tale of the
three oranges caused controversy and debate throughout Venice.1 The critics,
whose opinions — when they are intelligent — are for the most part based on the
size ...

Author: Carlo Gozzi

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226305805

Category: Drama

Page: 313

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This collection brings together for the first time modern English translations of five Gozzi's most famous plays: The Raven, The King Stag, Turandot, The Serpent Woman, and The Green Bird, each annotated by the translators and preceded by the author's preface.

Five Tales from Shakespeare

Tales include Macbeth, The winter's tale, King Lear and The tempest.

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: 0902965301

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Page: 40

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Tales include Macbeth, The winter's tale, King Lear and The tempest.
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Five Stories High

NINA ALLAN Nina Allan's stories have appeared in numerous magazines and
anthologies, including Best Horror of the ... He began his career in the theatre,
and was resident dramatist at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, and regular writer
for ...

Author: Nina Allan

Publisher: Solaris

ISBN: 9781849979290

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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‘They didn’t see the house until they were practically on top of it. A single building emerging from the dark. It didn’t look welcoming. But the front door was open. The door was wide open.’ Irongrove Lodge – a building with history; the very bricks and grounds imbued with the stories of those who have walked these corridors, lived in these rooms. These are the tales of an extraordinary house, a place that straddles our world and whatever lies beyond; a place that some are desperate to discover, and others to flee. At one time an asylum, at another a care home, sometimes simply a home. The residents of Irongrove Lodge will learn that this house will change them, that the stories told here never go away. Of all who enter, only some will leave. Multi-award-winning editor Jonathan Oliver has brought together five extraordinary writers to open the doors, revealing ghosts both past and present in a collection as intriguing as it is terrifying. Along with a linking narrative, this collection features five novellas by Nina Allan, Tade Thompson, K.J. Parker, Robert Shearman and Sarah Lotz.

Story Theatre

The next morning I flew back to Minneapolis , returned to the University of
Minnesota and tried to apply my enthusiasm for and impressions of Story Theatre
to five tales from The Arabian Nights . The process was difficult , but the cast and I
had ...

Author: Deborah Dorothy Anderson

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P007208256

Category: Children's theater

Page: 500

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Sanitary News

Forty-first street, West, brick theatre; cost, $225,000. J. B. McElpatrick, architect.
Derris street, five-story brick flat; cost $22,000. Jno. C. Burne, architect. II2 and II4
Forty-second street, West, four-story and basement brick office building; cost, ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015080137899

Category: Sanitation

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History of the Theatre

stories on Broadway that year were Wicked , Jersey Boys , and The Color Purple
, followed closely by Spamalot ... Five other new theatres were also built , one
with 199 seats and four with 99 seats ; in addition , a 499 - seat house was built to
 ...

Author: Oscar Gross Brockett

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: STANFORD:36105132190831

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 688

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Known as the "bible" of theatre history, Brockett and Hildy's History of the Theatre is the most comprehensive and widely used survey of theatre history in the market. This 40th Anniversary Edition retains all of the traditional features that have made History of the Theatre the most successful text of its kind, including worldwide coverage, more than 530 photos and illustrations, useful maps, and the expertise of Oscar G. Brockett and Franklin J. Hildy, two of the most widely respected theatre historians in the field. As with every edition, the text reflects the current state of knowledge and brings the history of theatre up to the present. This tenth edition continues to provide the most thorough and accurate assessment of theatre history available.

Real Estate Record and Builders Guide

060,009 Bfth st , s 8 ( 35 w Lexington av , seven - story 83d st , bs hotel T. E. D.
Power ...... 325,005 35tb st . ns , 100 e 6th av , brick and terra cotta theatre Annie
T. Harrigan .. 97.000 490 st , Nos 205–209 E. , five - story home , etc .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112061683659

Category: Construction industry

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The Theatre 1865 1869

The distance fiom the footlights to the rear wall wez filty - five ieet , and the arch
was seventy six feet wide . ... At the south side co the theatre were five stories 02
rooms , ap roached or convenient staircase , including the greenroom , a fireproof
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Author: Martha Eva Corley

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89086027091

Category:

Page: 90

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Philadelphia Theatres A Z

The two - story high arched entrance to the Garrick theatre was set into a massive
stone building with great thick walls and ... This twenty five feet deep open area
was all in marble with a balustrade on three sides seventeen feet from the floor .

Author: Irvin R. Glazer

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: UCAL:B4328965

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 277

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The initial portion of this book is a chronological narrative of theatre construction in Philadelphia, from the first known theatre in 1724 to the present day. Following it is the main annotated listing of over eight hundred theatres, arranged alphabetically by theatre name. Other names used by the theatre are indicated and cross references are provided as necessary. Standard data for each theatre includes, as available, the address of the building, the seating capacity, and the architect. For most theatres, an architectural description of the exterior and interior is given along with information on dates of construction, renovations, and openings. In addition, the theatre's policy, importance, and distinctions are explained. This is followed by a brief description of, and a map which graphically depicts, the concentration of theatres in the center of Philadelphia, the original city laid out by William Penn. This section also includes a list of the one hundred forty-seven theatres constructed there, with addresses and grid locations. Another section entitled Architects and Buildings provides information about the dates the theatres opened, when alterations were made, and when available, the life dates of the architects. A glossary of architectural and theatrical terms completes the volume.

Theatre Arts

In keeping with the decorum that is so integral a part of the German theatre , the
Maximilianstrasse is not literally a Great White Way . It is an elegant avenue of
haughty , five - story buildings , all designed in a uniformly modified Tudor Gothic
 ...

Author: Sheldon Cheney

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015038076256

Category: Performing arts

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Exhibitors Herald World

Contemplates erecting brick theatre . Estimated cost , $ 50,000 . MILWAUKEE . -
Fox Theatres , 850 Tenth avenue , New York , has plans by Howard Crane , 551
Fifth avenue , New York , for twelve - story theatre , store and office building to be
 ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00388214Z

Category: Motion pictures

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Acting Aspect in Bangsawan Theatre

Secondly , the lack of time to give attention to the practice as the story
presentation differs for each night . If in a month , they held twenty five night
performance , it would mean there were twenty five stories were presented . If
rehearsals were ...

Author: Abdul Samat Salleh

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C097188684

Category: Acting

Page: 397

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Theatre Record

carver FINANCIAL TIMES 12.7.05 Alastair Macaulay Though William Gaskill is
one of the British theatre directors who has ... The 19 characters of these five
stories are played by nine actors ; and WHAT'S ON 13.7.05 Michael Darvell
Raymond ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105122356947

Category: Theater

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Grandma s Surprise

Part of the "Storyworlds" series, this is a pack of the four Stage Five stories about children's home and school experiences.

Author: Jamila Gavin

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Publishers

ISBN: 0435091514

Category: Readers (Elementary)

Page: 12

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Part of the Storyworlds series, this pack contains the four Stage Five Our World stories about children's experiences at school and home. They are The Mango Tree, Presents, Grandma's Surprise and Who Did It?. Each stage of Storyworlds provides a carefully structured introduction of words and language. The different worlds ensure that these are introduced and practised in a variety of contexts. Stages Four, Five and Six adopt a broadening structure to encourage the move to independent reading. Between 20 and 40 new words are added at each of these three stages, and continued repetition of text helps to maintain the build-up of confidence.

Stage

How the plungers , sliding walls of stage palforward sectionalaces are to be built
ly and descending five stories high , of to the cellar for the lightest stage
ponderous scene material known changes , were deKeproduced from " Towards
a New ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105011915142

Category: Drama

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Canadian Theatre Review

A typical show arrangement mixes stories – whether fables , folk tales , Chekhov
or a scene from Shakespeare – with songs ... Story Theatre works a hectic
schedule : two shows a day , five or six times a week , from September to June .

Author:

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ISBN: UCAL:B4355823

Category: Canadian drama

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Stage for a Nation

The 1885 structure was five stories high of Italianate style and remained basically
unaltered until 1922 . The change from the simple to the more elaborate theatre
reflected the more cosmopolitan tastes of the growing metropolis called ...

Author: Douglas Bennett Lee

Publisher: Lanham, MD : University Press of America

ISBN: UOM:39015041832711

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 143

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For 150 years, the National Theatre has entertained theatregoers in the nation's capital with a rich assortment of dramatic and musical fare. The theatre's robust life has mirrored the capital's own growth and development, becoming over the course of a century and a half one of America's premier theatrical treasures. This book, the National Theatre's official commemorative 150th Anniversary volume, intimately reveals both the public and private lives of this great institution. Beautifully illustrated with almost 200 rare full color and black and white photographs from the Theatre's archives, this handsome book chronicles the history of the National from its earliest days to the present.

Institute Book of Readers Theatre

Author: Dr. William Adams

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023739720

Category: Oral interpretation

Page: 345

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The book is a compendium of the Institute's basic findings presented in a format intended to be a maximum hands-on use to the wide range of readers who wish to apply presentational theater to their individual needs.