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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_TempestThe Tempest - Wikipedia

    Há 4 dias · A charcoal drawing by Charles Buchel of Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Caliban in the 1904 production. Continuing the late-19th-century tradition, in 1904 Herbert Beerbohm Tree wore fur and seaweed to play Caliban, with waist-length hair and apelike bearing, suggestive of a primitive part-animal part-human stage of evolution.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HypatiaHypatia - Wikipedia

    Há 6 dias · On 2 January 1893, a much higher-profile stage play adaptation Hypatia, written by G. Stuart Ogilvie and produced by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, opened at the Haymarket Theatre in London. The title role was initially played by Julia Neilson, and it featured an elaborate musical score written by the composer Hubert Parry.

  3. 19 de mai. de 2024 · Extracts from diaries, memoirs, private letters, obituaries and other rare ephemera are drawn together to build a contemporary account of the acting achievements and personal lives of three inspiring figures from the late nineteenth-century theatre; Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Henry Irving and Ellen Terry.

  4. 18 de mai. de 2024 · At No. 31 Rosary Gardens (where from 1886 to 1888 the occupant had been Beerbohm Tree) decorative work of a doubtless rather different character was carried out in 1890 to the designs of Mackmurdo and Horne, although, as it cost only £220, it was probably not extensive.

  5. 18 de mai. de 2024 · It’s called the “tree of life”, but where did life originate for the baobab tree? Scientists think they’ve solved the mystery about an iconic tree that looks like something out of a Harry...

  6. 18 de mai. de 2024 · Feste, The Clown, Mr Courtice Pounds. Illustration for Souvenir of Shakespeare's Comedy Twelfth Night produced at Her Majesty's Theatre, by Herbert Beerbohm Tree on 5 February 1901. Creator: Charles A Buchel, English (1872–1950) Artwork medium: colour lithograph: Credit: Look and Learn: Search stock images by keyword

  7. Há 6 dias · In 1911 he changed the name to the Palace Theatre, and presented Bernard Shaw's How He Lied to Her Husband (1911–12) and H. Beerbohm Tree in Rudyard Kipling's The Man Who Was (1912). From 1914 to 1919 there were several successful revues at the Palace including A. Wimperis' The Passing Show (1914) and The Passing Show of 1915 .