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Balivala's Victoria Theatrical Company travelled to Surabaya, Java, in 1898; (87) the Parsi Theatrical Company owned by the Apu brothers went to Colombo in 1898; (88) the Parsi Alfred Company of K.P.
King Lear, for example, was adapted by Munshi Murad Ali for the Victoria Theatrical Company (1905) as Hara-Jita and by Agha Hashr Kashmiri for the Parsi Theatrical Company as Safed Khun (1906).
(Canadian), and a later agreement created a booking arrangement between the Princess Theatre and the Shubert Theatrical Company on much the same terms as set for the Royal Alexandra with the exception of the damages for lost weeks (Shubert Theatrical).
The company's theatrical variety emerged in part through pairing young actors in the lead roles alongside older theatrical pros, such as Roberta Maxwell (a member of the original Broadway cast of "Equus" in 1974) as Bianca's mother-in-law, and the wonderful Everett Quinton (co-founder with Charles Ludlum of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company in 1967) as the foppish Fabritio.
But holding these events and hardships together is Griffith's understanding and love of the Revellers' theatrical company as a warm, variegated, dysfunctional family of talented misfits, a recognition, too, that, long before film, travelling players brought culture and colour to a dreary, barren frontier, and, further, that the life of a performer had recognisable merit and a redeeming social value.
Alexis Schaetzle is a no-nonsense innkeeper, and Joseph Snyder-Kloos is an effete manager of a theatrical company, assisted by Jennifer Wood as his more realistic treasurer.
But Bob Clasen, chairman and CE 0 of Starz, stresses that Overture is a full-fledged theatrical company; the pics will debut in theaters, and the studio will create a library by owning the backend rights.
As the founder of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company and the author of 29 raucous and highly entertaining plays, Ludlam quite literally became the "belle of the ball" of the West Village countercultural theatre scene during this period.
Our Issues in Review segment on the Red Bull theatre, repertory, and neighbourhood is an especially pertinent review of research in the field of particular theatrical company and repertory history (see David Nicol's article for another example).
Now that a theatrical company has had the guts to go against the grain, that statement has been proven true.
Andrew Gurr's study does more than offer a detailed portrait of Shakespeare's theatrical company: It offers a new and somewhat controversial vision of what kind of artist Shakespeare was.
Ridiculous Theatrical Company stalwart Everett Quinton directs Oscar Wilde's delicious comedy of manners.
(Since Shakespeare's lack of a university education has often been advanced by anti-Strarfordians as evidence that he could not have written the plays and poems, she makes the telling point that Ben Jonson, whose classical learning far exceeded Shakespeare's, did not go to one either.) It is not Duncan-Jones' intention to write a chronological biography, but rather to focus on important "scenes" of Shakespeare's career, including his emergence in the London theater in the 1590s, his sometimes ambivalent rivalries with other writers such as Nashe, Marston, and Jonson, his attempts to establish himself as gentrified by getting his coat of arms approved, his ownership of shares in his theatrical company and of substantial real estate, his involvement in litigation.
After the Manhattan Theatre Club, a respected off-Broadway theatrical company, announced it was staging "Corpus Christi" as part of its season, protests from religious groups began.
He explained: "We'd got hold of a theatrical company who staged open air cavalry and Indian fights.