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Fri Mar 21 17:07:32 2014 UTClccn-n800515600.01The emperor and the nightingale /0.301.00Le Gallienne productions: Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare; Alice in Wonderland, Carroll; Hedda Gabler, Ibsen17265532Eva_Le_Galliennen 80051560433407Gallienne, Eva le, 1899-Gallienne, Eva le, 1899-1991LeGallienne, Eva 1899-LeGallienne, Eva, 1899-1991lccn-n79022941Andersen, H. C.(Hans Christian)1805-1875lccn-n79070050Ibsen, Henrik1828-1906lccn-n87931060Schanke, Robert A.1940-lccn-n50032321Burkert, Nancy Ekholmilllccn-n80015694Sendak, Mauriceilldtolccn-n79038473Duse, Eleonora1858-1924lccn-n88179009Sheehy, Helen1948-nc-new york colony$civic repertory theatreNew York (Colony)Civic repertory theatrelccn-n86105725Friebus, Florida1909-1988lccn-n79056546Carroll, Lewis1832-1898Le Gallienne, Eva1899-1991Juvenile worksFictionDramaBiographyPictorial worksRecords and correspondenceFairy talesCriticism, interpretation, etcTelevision playsFilm adaptationsFairy talesNightingaleChildren's stories, DanishActorsLe Gallienne, Eva,United StatesLesbiansDenmarkNorwegian dramaIbsen, Henrik,EmperorsBirdsChinaDuse, Eleonora,Kings and rulersMarried peopleNorwayTheaterDramaActressesWomen--Social conditionsMermaidsNattergalen (Andersen, H. C.)Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll)Children's storiesFamiliesDrama--Therapeutic useEnglish dramaHedda Gabler (Ibsen, Henrik)Man-woman relationshipsEnglandNew York (State)--New York--ManhattanCarroll, Lewis,Repertory theaterEuropeTelevision playsEnglish languageTraffic accident victimsNear-death experiencesMiracle workersHealingPerformancesFrench poetryNorwegian literatureCivic Repertory Theatre (New York, N.Y.)TalesDanish fictionAndersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),Japanese languageSick189919911900190819161920192119261927192819291930193219331934193519371938193919401941194319441945194619471949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196319641965196619671968196919711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921995199619971999200020012002200320042005200620072009201013444228426[E]PZ8.A542ocn000191646ocn001266782ocn000221513ocn033828316ocn013253372ocn575963402ocn700551016ocn660957081ocn421570434ocn609326908ocn003544388ocn630564950ocn004284779ocn006833212ocn005594060ocn005191176ocn754808732ocn005190952ocn003404250ocn002980759ocn001659127ocn001844176ocn236229988ocn681524692ocn700630446ocn049598813ocn029055973ocn754808716ocn056041490ocn691267812ocn557421437ocn557403671ocn068711082ocn498357185ocn052917554ocn029055973ocn078429419ocn859423948ocn859419374ocn521190768ocn057446702ocn869897377ocn078429419ocn521190768ocn072346593ocn824664757ocn56871987813688ocn000191646book19650.06Andersen, H. CThe nightingaleJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFolkloreFictionPictorial worksSample booksFairy talesHans Christian Andersen's classic tale. Though the emperor banishes the nightingale in preference for a jeweled mechanical imitation, the little bird remains faithful and returns years later when the emperor is near death and no one else can help him114710ocn001266782book19590.06Andersen, H. CSeven talesJuvenile worksFictionFairy talesThe tin soldier sails away in a paper boat but returns home via a fish's stomach. The Steadfast Tin soldier, the Princess and the Pea, and 5 other Andersen tales make up this enjoyable book90010ocn000331204book19660.37Le Gallienne, EvaThe mystic in the theatre: Eleonora Duse+-+K6815845355972ocn000168969book19610.29Ibsen, HenrikThe wild duck, and other plays4618ocn000296647book19000.50Ibsen, HenrikThe master builderHalvard Solness, a middle-aged architect whose ruthlessness in his business makes him a hardened individual, is reaching for love while clinging to a career that is on the verge of collapse. Affected by his ambitions are his wife and his colleagues, until a young woman shows up asking for a promised kingdom4241ocn011813462book19850.06Andersen, H. CHans Christian Andersen's The snow queenAfter the Snow Queen kidnaps her friend Kai, Gerda embarks on a perilous and magical journey to search for him3453ocn007572723book19810.25Ibsen, HenrikEight plays+-+37989002553243071ocn000221513book19710.06Andersen, H. CThe little mermaidJuvenile worksFictionFairy talesFor love of a handsome prince, the youngest mermaid makes a bargain with the evil sea-witch and endures great suffering in order to become human29810ocn049598813visu19760.32Ferber, EdnaThe royal familyDramaTelevision playsComedy about an eminent and slightly eccentric theatrical family with romance problems2561ocn137341729visu20070.20Henrik Ibsen's Hedda GablerDramaHedda has just come back from her honeymoon, married to boring but reliable academic George Tesman. Refusing to tie herself down in life and name, Hedda is banking on George being appointed a professorship to secure a better life for the young couple. However, the arrival of cleaned up ex-lover Eilert threatens to destroy everything2486ocn005296959book19490.35Le Gallienne, EvaAlice in Wonderland; a play in two actsDrama+-+61605182053242384ocn001219704book19530.31Ibsen, HenrikHedda GablerCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesDramaDomestic fictionOne of the most widely studied and performed works in the theatrical repertoire, this dark psychological drama, first produced in Norway in 1890, depicts the evil machinations of a ruthless, nihilistic heroine2342ocn017874933book19880.01Andersen, H. CThe emperor and the nightingaleJuvenile worksFictionDespite being neglected by the emperor for a jewel-studded bird, the little nightingale revives the dying ruler with its beautiful song+-+22586144062145ocn535576473visu19870.23Petrie, DanielResurrectionDramaA woman who experiences clinical death as the result of a car accident returns to life with the amazing ability to heal others. Attributing her powers to human love rather than divine intervention, she begins to aid the residents of her childhood town+-+87485330063241913ocn001659127book19280.59Eva Le Gallienne's Civic repertory plays1754ocn014349388book19790.24Ibsen, HenrikFour playsA Doll's House -- The story of Nora and her husband, Torvald, is told just as the secret Nora has been hiding for years is finally revealed. In the process, Nora discovers her importance as a person16410ocn003544388rcrd19540.63Baudelaire, CharlesLes fleurs du mal1451ocn006377613book19800.06Ewald, CarlThe spider, and other storiesA collection of short stories by the 19th-century Danish author includes "The Spider," "The Wind," and "The Bee."1384ocn630564950com19730.76Souvenirs Eleonora DuseCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyEva Le Galienne, the celebrated actress and now author of "The mystic in the theater", a biography about the great actress Eleonora Duse, talks with Julie Harris about idolization of Duse. A rare old film clip of Duse (1916) is excerpted. Possessions of Duse given to or bought by Le Galienne are shown and explained to Harris13016ocn001172205book19320.59Le Gallienne, EvaAlice in WonderlandDramaInternational Theatre, Rita Hassan and the American Repertory Theatre present Eva Le Gallienne, Margaret Webster, Richard Waring, Philip Bourneuf, and Bambi Linn in "Alice in wonderland," and "Through the Looking Glass," by Lewis Carroll, adapted for the stage by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus, based on the Tenniel drawings, music by Richard Addinsell with Raymond Greenleaf, Jack Manning, Eugene Stuckmann, scenery designed by Robert Rowe Paddock, costumes by Noel Taylor, masks and marionettes by Remo Bufano, orchestra conducted by Tibor Kozma, choreography by Ruth Wilton, entire production devised and directed by Eva Le Gallienne+-+616051820532418366ocn042922775file19920.39Schanke, Robert AShattered applause the lives of Eva Le GallienneBiographyThis first full-length biography of stage actress Eva Le Gallienne traces her life from her birth into the troubled but fascinating household of Richard Le Gallienne, British writer and intimate member of the Oscar Wilde circle, to her recent death. This comprehensive biography draws upon Robert A. Schanke's interviews and correspondence not only with Le Gallienne but also with more than one hundred of her colleagues and friends, including Glenda Jackson, Burgess+-+75736845356845ocn001048434book19520.39Le Gallienne, EvaWith a quiet heart, an autobiographyBiography5836ocn000330955book19340.50Le Gallienne, EvaAt 33BiographyRecords and correspondence5742ocn034410008book19960.33Sheehy, HelenEva Le Gallienne : a biographyBiographyWe see Le Gallienne's childhood in London and Paris with her bohemian parents: her Danish mother, a feminist, journalist, and follower of Ibsen and Brandes; and her estranged father, the slightly successful but thoroughly selfish English poet and writer Richard Le Gallienne...her early years as an actor, her triumphs with Barrymore and Basil Rathbone, Joseph Schildkraut, Alla Nazimova, and others. We see the extraordinary women who were drawn to her work and supported it - among them Eleonora Sears, socialite and champion tennis, polo, and squash player; Alice De Lamar, philanthropist; and Mary Curtis Bok Zimbalist, heir to the Curtis Publishing Company. And we see the many women whom she chose to love openly and who loved her back. Using Le Gallienne's diaries, letters, and notes, and interviewing more than 150 of her friends, lovers, acquaintances, and family, Helen Sheehy has brought this complex artist brilliantly alive. Her book is a revelation of the actor's life and work+-+32666942152273ocn019323854book19890.81Schanke, Robert AEva Le Gallienne : a bio-bibliographyBio-bibliographyBiographyBibliography+-+9145178685324672ocn074330127com19990.25Friebus, FloridaAlice in WonderlandJuvenile worksDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision playsFrom the elaborate Broadway revival of the 1932 Eva Le Gallienne/Florida Friebus production comes a whimsical retelling of the Lewis Carroll classic361ocn030625045book19950.47Schanke, Robert AShattered applause : the Eva Le Gallienne storyBiography124ocn001719827book19720.94Rudisill, Amanda SueThe contributions of Eva Le Gallienne, Margaret Webster, Margo Jones, and Joan Littlewood to the establishment of repertory theatre in the United States and Great BritainHistory92ocn001685178book19670.98Cooper, Paul ReubenEva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Theatre63ocn002319380book19750.96Schanke, Robert AEva le Gallienne : first lady of repertory53ocn008018663book19810.86Tumbleson, Treva RoseThree female Hamlets : Charlotte Cushman, Sarah Bernhardt and Eva Le Gallienne41ocn010772221book19610.56Ibsen, HenrikThe wild duckLyceum Theatre, 1966-67 season, APA-Phoenix (A project of Theatre Incorporated), T. Edward Hambleton, managing director presents the APA Repertory Company, Ellis Rabb, artistic director, Esther Benson, Joseph Bird, Olivia Cole, Patricia Conolly, Clayton Corzatte, Keene Curtis, Anita Dangler, Will Geer, Gordon Gould, James Greene, Jennifer Harmon, Rosemary Harris, Helen Hayes, Nicholas Martin, Betty Miller, Donald Moffat, George Pentecost, Ellis Rabb, Marco St. John, Nat Simmons, Joel Stuart, Dee Victor, Sydney Walker, Paulette Waters, Richard Woods, Alan Fudge, Nikos Kafkalis, Michael Alan MacDonald, Stephen Peters, James Storm, directors Vinnette Carroll, Keene Curtis, Hal George, John Houseman, Donald Moffat, Stephen Porter, Ellis Rabb, scenery designed by James Tilton, costumes designed by Nancy Potts, lighting by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr. "The Wild Duck," by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Eva Le Gallienne, directed by Stephen Porter, scenery designed by James Tilton, costumes designed by Nancy Potts, lighting by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr21ocn319436254visu19680.92Eva Le Gallienne English actress, Jan. 11, 1899-Portraits21ocn029317104mix1.00Berkshire Playhouse recordsPhotographsScrapbooks, programs, posters, audio and video tapes, promotional materials for performances held, photos of productions and performers, and other records, documenting the history of the playhouse, a summer theater established 1928 when the building housing the Stockbridge Casino was purchased by Mabel Choate, subsequently moved, and sold to the Three Arts Society which managed it until 1966 when it was taken over by the Berkshire Theater Festival; together with minute books, art exhibition catalogs, membership lists, architectural drawings, and other records (1886-1928) of the Stockbridge Casino. Persons represented include Joseph Hodges Choate, David Dudley Field, Daniel Chester French, Stanford White, and such theater personalities as Montgomery Clift, William Gibson, Katharine Hepburn, Eva Le Gallienne, and Arthur Penn22ocn007704836rcrd19790.92Le Gallienne, EvaEva Le Gallienne Dick Cavett talks with the legendary actressBiographyActress Eva Le Gallienne recalls her experiences in the theater and some of the great actors she has known, including Sarah Bernhardt and Duse. She advises aspiring performers that the best way to learn acting is by acting, preferably with very good actors. Concludes with her performance of an excerpt from The dream watcher22ocn051283076visu19951.00[The lives and careers of Eva Le Gallienne and Ralph Alswang]Video begins showing program of exhibition honoring Ralph Alswang and Eva Le Gallienne, followed by a tribute for them21ocn028415367mix1.00Meade, Julian RRecords and correspondenceChiefly letters to Meade from fellow authors, many dealing with a symposium on Robert Louis Stevenson which he had proposed; together with his short story, At the Green Tea Pot, article on Ellen Glasgow, article on legends of flowers, and poem, For My Southern Kinsman. Correspondence includes references to writers James Branch Cabell, Ellen Glasgow, Edgar Allan Poe, Amelie Rives, and Thomas Wolfe, the problems of being a writer, the writer's work, gardening, and Meade's books. Letters from Julia Mood Peterkin comment on her early life, her writing, Meade's books, including I Live in Virginia, in which he quotes Peterkin, and Peterkin's garden. Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton, Leonard Barron, James Boyd, Gamaliel Bradford, Louis Bromfield, Van Wyck Brooks, Pearl S. Buck, Maxwell Struthers Burt, James Branch Cabell, Carl Lamson Carmer, Winston Churchill, Emily Clark, Walter de la Mare, Harry C. Ficklen, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Zona Gale, Ellen Glasgow, Joseph Hergesheimer, Hewitt H. Howland, Fannie Hurst, Eva Le Gallienne, Sinclair Lewis, H.L. Mencken, John Calvin Metcalf, Kathleen Thompson Norris, Isabel Paterson, William Alexander Percy, Julia Mood Peterkin, William Lyon Phelps, Burton Rascoe, Amelie Rives, Edwin Arlington Robinson, T.S. Stribling, Frank Swinnerton, and Stark Young21ocn021175420book1.00Le Gallienne productions: Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare; Alice in Wonderland, Carroll; Hedda Gabler, Ibsen21ocn030489001book1.00Le Gallienne productions : L'Aiglon, Liliom, Camille, Cradle song11ocn051878012mix0.47Davenport, ButlerDavenport papersCorrespondence, photographs, and autographs received by Butler Davenport from numerous actors, producers and others relating chiefly to his theatrical productions in New York City. Correspondents include Maria De Barrill, David Belasco, Henrietta Campbell, Katharine Cornell, Augustin Daly, Lillian Gish, Emma Goldman, Eva Le Gallienne, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Tyrone Power, Mary Shaw and Lee Shubert. Several letters included in the collection are addressed to Clyde Fitch and others+-+3798900255324+-+3798900255324Fri Mar 21 16:02:06 EDT 2014batch33978