Ethel Barrymore

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United States actress


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Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim * Book by George Furth * Directed by John Doyle * Starring Raul Esparza * Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City (open-ended run)
She lost out to Ethel Barrymore in None But The Lonely Heart (1944), Anne Revere in National Velvet (1945) - which also starred Angela Lansbury - and Patti Duke in The Miracle Worker (1962).
If there are roots of Ethel Barrymore in Julie Cavendish, the actress wasn't necessarily flattered.
It also allows Lukas to present a marvelous procession of characters who were involved with the trial, including not only McParland, Haywood, and Darrow (whom Lukas portrays as somewhat hypocritical and vain), but also President Roosevelt (presented as a bit of a clown), Borah (a charismatic philanderer; apparently on of his conquests was Alice Roosevelt Longworth), Ethel Barrymore, Gifford Pinchot, and star baseball pitcher Walter Johnson.
The highly popular play Sunday, starring Ethel Barrymore, opened at the Hudson Theatre in New York City.
Also a treat is the revival of A StreetCar Named Desire at the Ethel Barrymore, though the Tony nominators have been ungenerous toward it, citing only the much-meriting Alec Baldwin in the category of Leading Actor but denying the show as a whole a slot in the Best Revival category (while honoring the innocuous On Borrowed Time).
Her novel <IR> SCARLET SISTER MARY </IR> (1928) won a Pulitzer Prize and was dramatized (1930) by Daniel Reed; the play was performed by a white cast, headed by Ethel Barrymore, in blackface.
After all, as legendary actress Ethel Barrymore once said, "You grow up the day you have your first real laugh--at yourself.
They wrote prolifically about themselves in many autobiographies, among them We Barrymores by Lionel Barrymore (1951) and Memories by Ethel Barrymore (1955).
Ring of Fire, the new Broadway musical based on the music of legendary recording artist Johnny Cash, is currently playing at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (243 West 47th St.
Smith will perform at the Oxford Playhouse prior to making her Broadway debut in New Faces of 1956 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, and then go on to star in three more Broadway shows.
45am) Drama, starring Cary Grant, Ethel Barrymore and Barry Fitzgerald.
The building was once home to the actors John and Ethel Barrymore and Alfred Ringling of Ringling Brothers Circus tame.
Frank Sinatra (right), Doris Day, Gig Young and Ethel Barrymore are among the stars belting out classic songs including Someone to Watch Over Me, Hold Me In Your Arms and Make It One for My Baby (And One More For the Road)