Le Gallienne

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United States actress (born in England) (1899-1991)

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In fact, as Richard Le Gallienne pointed out, it was more "commentary" than "criticism," with limited analysis of the precise nature and quality of the borrowings (19-28).
(13) Despite Le Gallienne's best efforts, and the benefit of largely favourable reviews, the American Repertory Theatre failed to cover its costs.
Stephen Phillips, a quaintly clad 'ghost' from a hundred-odd years ago, had been captured and set down to take his rightful place in posterity's portrait gallery beside the previous and hitherto better limed shades of his peers, Aubrey Beardsley, Ernest Dowson, and that Liverpool lad of parts, Richard Le Gallienne.
(11) The British Music Society of Victoria Collection includes works by some of these composers and also works by Margaret Sutherland, who was under Louise Hanson-Dyer's patronage, Dorian Le Gallienne, Louis Lavater and other Australian composers.
Insufficiently fleshed out, though, is Lloyd's immersion in the socially conscious theatrical renaissance of the 30s, when small, fervent avant-garde groups blossomed, led by the likes of Clifford Odets, Elia Kazan, Joseph Losey and Eva Le Gallienne. Lloyd's evocative descriptions of these movers and shakers proves both fascinating and regrettably short, culminating with his tenure at the Mercury Theater and his small but show-stopping turn as Cinna the Poet in Orson Welles' legendary anti-fascist production of "Julius Caesar." Stark, black-and-white photos of Lloyd, surrounded center-stage by striking lighting effects and black-leather-garbed thugs, alternate with Lloyd's juicy anecdotes of Welles' mercurial temperament.
45-63) Stetz deftly assesses John Lane's rapid attempt to divorce his firm's business and name from Wilde (so Beardsley had to go), though several others associated with Lane's firm, notably Ella D'Arcy, Richard Le Gallienne, and George Egerton, did not waver in their support.
Baldry (artist and critic), Wilfrid Ball (artist), Robert Anning Bell (artist), Onslow Ford (sculptor), Alfred East (artist), John Lane (publisher), Richard le Gallienne (poet and essayist), Liberty, E.F.
How is it that von Arnim's exploration of such themes are not branded "decadent," Le Gallienne demands, noting that "if Mr Grant Allen had written it--there had been very many devils to pay." (83) Le Gallienne goes on to argue that Elizabeth's work is symptomatic of "that impressive underground process called 'honeycombing'": "Momentarily banished from above-ground, progressive ideals have taken to secret influence.
She was lovers with Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Isadora Duncan, Eva Le Gallienne, and an assortment of lesser-known actresses, but she has remained a footnote in history because she didn't have any lasting talent of her own.
The City in Moonlight by Richard Le Gallienne (Dear city in the moonlight dreaming,How changed and lovely is your face); Cunarders by Geoffrey Holloway (I'dhear them in the night,baying like stags over the sleeping forest of small boys that was Liverpool); Mrs Albion You'veGot A Lovely Daughter by Allen Ginsberg (Albion's Most lovely daughter sat on the banks of the Mersey dangling her landing- stage in the water); Opening of the Catholic Cathedral by Roger McGough (O Lord on thy new Liverpool address let no bombs fall, Gather not relics in the attic nor dust in the hall).
Her eyes were opened in New York City when acting (and later directing for) Eva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Company.
With the credo "I can get any woman from any man," the sexually audacious De Acosta seduced not only the great Garbo but other prominent women of her day, including Sarah Bernhardt, Isadora Duncan, and Eva Le Gallienne. For the currently single Nanin, however, confronting her sexuality was not as easy.
and the Le Gallienne anthology [an earlier gift from Liveright] give me a good start on the library I hope to own some day.
Those desperate characters of the previous '90s, slaves of the Siren, consorts of the Sphinx like Dowson, Johnson, Symons and Le Gallienne were heroes, though, compared with our protagonist, a decadent who lived to tell the story, surviving even beyond the age of irony to the point where the old stuff comes round again; and this is the sin against the Holy Ghost, the cynicism that views with equanimity the enemies of promise, les amours jaunes, the organism dark with booze and nicotine.
In that year she appeared with Eva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Theatre in The Cherry Orchard, a production that achieved for Chekhov's reputation in the United States what the earlier tours had achieved for Ibsen.