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John Sumner

John Sumner director 1924–2013, English-born Australian artistic director and founder of Melbourne Theatre Company John Sumner actor, born 1951, English actor J. D. Sumner 1924–1998, American gospel singer and songwriter John Sumner actor, died 1 ...

                                               

John Crowley

John Crowley may refer to: Johnny Crowley Gaelic footballer, Gaelic footballer with Kerry GAA John Crowley bishop born 1941, former bishop of Middlesbrough John Crowley Irish revolutionary 1891-1942, Irish revolutionary and hunger striker John Cr ...

                                               

Royal Theatre

Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York City, formerly known as the Royale Theatre during 1927 to 1932 and during 1940 to 2005 Royal Theater New York, a Yiddish theater; circa 1913–1914 known as "Malvina Lobels Royal Theater" Royal Theater St. Peters ...

                                               

Hamilton Place

Hamilton Place may refer to: Alexander Hamilton Place, Washington, DC, at the south facade of the U.S. Treasury Building FirstOntario Concert Hall formerly Hamilton Place Theatre, Hamilton, Ontario Hamilton Place, London, a street with its origin ...

                                               

Arthur Hill

Arthur Hill may refer to: Sir Arthur William Hill 1875–1941, British botanist and taxonomist Lord Arthur Francis Hill, father of Robin Hill, 8th Marquess of Downshire 1929–2003 Arthur Hill stage actor 1875–1932, British animal impersonator for th ...

                                               

Zippel

Zippel may refer to: Surname: Brita Zippel died 1676, alleged Swedish witch, known as "Naslosan", one of the most famous figures of the Swedish witch mania David Zippel born 1954, American musical theatre lyricist Anna Zippel died 1676, alleged S ...

                                               

Capel Street

It is sometimes claimed that the street takes its name from the chapel of St Marys Abbey; other Capel Streets may be named after chapels, but this one is named after Arthur Capell, 1st Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1672–1677. Built by ...

                                               

Caligula (disambiguation)

Caligula was a Roman Emperor. His name is understood to be derived from Caligae, heavy-soled hobnailed military sandal-boots known for being issued to Roman legionary soldiers and auxiliaries throughout the Roman Republic. Caligula may also refer to:

                                               

Theatre de lAcademie Royale de Musique

Theatre de lAcademie Royale de Musique may refer to the opera company commonly known as the Paris Opera or to one of several different theatres used during periods when the company was officially named the Academie Royale de Musique: Seconde Sall ...

                                               

Catherine Jones

Catherine Jones, Katie or Kate Jones may refer to: Kate Jones born 1979, Australian politician Catherine Zeta-Jones born 1969, Welsh actress Kate Jones scientist born 1972, British biodiversity scientist Katie Rowley Jones born c. 1978, British m ...

                                               

Richard Petzoldt

Petzoldt wurde 1907 als Sohn eines Kaufmanns im Plauen geboren und wuchs in Berlin auf. Nach dem Abitur studierte er musicology an der dortigen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Johannes Wolf, Hermann Abert, Arnold Schering, Hans Joachim Moser, Frie ...

                                               

Love in the Dark

Love in the Dark, play by Francis Fane dramatist 1675 Love in the dark, romantic fiction by Barbara Cartland 1979. Love in the dark, romantic fiction by Charlotte Lamb Mills & Boon, 1987

                                               

John Madden (disambiguation)

John Madden is an American former football coach and television announcer. John Madden may also refer to: Johnathon Robert Madden 1991–2003, Canadian murder victim John Madden hurler born 1968, Irish hurling selector and player John Madden ice ho ...

                                               

James Allison

James Allison or Jim Allison may refer to: Jim Allison American football born 1943, American football player James Allison Jr. 1772–1854, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania James Allison theatre 1831–1890, Australian th ...

                                               

New Theatre

New Theatre or New Theater may refer to: In the United Kingdom Lisles Tennis Court 1695, Lincolns Inn Fields New Theatre Cardiff, Wales New Theatre London 1903, the current Noel Coward Theatre before it was renamed in 1973 New Theatre Nottingham, ...

                                               

Puss in Boots (disambiguation)

Puss in Boots is a character in a 1697 Italian-French fairy tale by Giovanni Francesco Straparola and Charles Perrault. Puss in Boots or Puss n Boots may also refer to:

                                               

Ponca (disambiguation)

The Ponca are a Native American tribe. Ponca may also refer to: Native American Omaha–Ponca language, a Siouan language Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Arkansas Ponca, Arkansas, an unincorporated community in Newton Cou ...

                                               

Bandbox

The Band Box or bandbox, a nickname for the Baker Bowl and subsequently for other small baseball fields Bandbox Theatre, formerly Adolf Philipps playhouse, in East Fifty Seventh Street, New York City The Band Box, an outdoor restaurant and bar lo ...

                                               

John Frost

John Frost may refer to: John Frost aviator, member of Early Birds of Aviation John Frost British Army officer 1912–1993, British army officer, served in Operation Market Garden John Frost Bridge, Arnhem, named after the army officer John Frost C ...

                                               

Thomas Payne (disambiguation)

Thomas Payne was a bookseller and publisher in London. Tom or Thomas Payne may also refer to: Tom Payne director 1914–1996, Brazilian film director Tom Payne newsreader born 1943, Australian television newsreader Tom Payne rugby league, footballe ...

                                               

Earle Theatre

The Earle Theatre was a 2768-seat theatre in Philadelphia, United States at 1046 Market Street, on the southeast corner of South 11th Street. It is associated with being a thriving venue for big band jazz music in the 1930s and 1940s.

                                               

John Wilkes (disambiguation)

John Wilkes was an English radical and libertine in the 18th century. John Wilkes may also refer to: John E. Wilkes 1895–1957, vice admiral, U.S. Navy John Wilkes Booth 1838–1865, America actor, also known for assassinating president Abraham Linc ...

                                               

The Lady Slavey

The Lady Slavey was an 1894 operetta in two acts with a score by John Crook, to a libretto by George Dance which opened at the Royal Avenue Theatre in London on 20 October 1894 and which featured May Yohe and Jenny McNulty. After a major rewrite ...

                                               

Black-eyed Susan

Rudbeckia hirta, a member of the sunflower tribe of the large family Asteraceae Hibiscus trionum in the family Malvaceae A number of other members of the genus Rudbeckia The black-eyed susan vine, Thunbergia alata, in the family Acanthaceae Some ...

                                               

Guy Johnson (disambiguation)

Guy Johnson may refer to: Guy Johnson born Clyde, son of author Maya Angelou Guy Johnson baseball player 1891-1971, who built the Mystic Theatre Marmarth, North Dakota Guy Johnson businessman, English businessman Guy Johnson journalist, journalis ...

                                               

Bedros

Bedros is a name in Eastern Armenian meaning "rockhard", and is thus a form of the name Peter. Bedrosian, meaning "son of Bedros / Petros" is also a common Armenian name.

                                               

Percy Anstey

Percy Anstey was a British stage actor of the early 20th-century who later studied Economics and became a lecturer and college Principal in India. He was born as Percival Louis Page in Paris in 1876, the son of Mary Louisa nee Anstey 1838–1895 an ...

                                               

Fergusson (surname)

Fergusson is a surname. Notable people with the name include: William Fergusson 1808–1877, Scottish surgeon Rod Fergusson, Canadian video game producer Harvey B. Fergusson 1848–1915, former American Congressman Alex Fergusson disambiguation, mult ...

                                               

Richard Barker (stage manager)

Henry de Grey Warter, better known under the stage name Richard Barker, was a British actor, stage manager and stage director. He stage managed many of Gilbert and Sullivans comic operas and other productions of the DOyly Carte Opera Company, and ...

                                               

David Baird

David Baird may refer to: Sir David Baird, 2nd Baronet 1795–1852, captain in the British army David McCurdy Baird born 1920, Canadian geologist David Baird author born 1956, author, composer and theatre director David Baird Sr. 1839–1927, U.S. Se ...

                                               

Richard OBrien (disambiguation)

Richard OBrien is an English actor, television presenter, writer and theatre performer. Richard OBrien may also refer to: Richard OBrien Fox News 1956–2017, American creative director who worked for Fox News Richard Baptist OBrien 1809–1885, Iris ...

                                               

Frederick Jones

Frederick Jones may refer to: Frederick Jones footballer 1863–?, Welsh international footballer Frederic Jones cricketer 1850–1921, English cricketer Frederick Elwyn Jones, Baron Elwyn-Jones 1909–1989, British barrister and Labour politician Fred ...

                                               

Charles Penrose

Charles Penrose may refer to: Charles Bingham Penrose 1862–1925, Philadelphia gynecologist and grandson of Charles B. Penrose Charles W. Penrose 1832–1925, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sa ...

                                               

Robert Whitehead (disambiguation)

Robert Whitehead was an English engineer and entrepreneur who built the first modern torpedo. Robert Whitehead may also refer to: Robert Whitehead theatre producer 1916–2002, Canadian theatre producer Robert Whitehead Virginia 1897-1960, Virginia ...

                                               

Battle of Berlin (disambiguation)

Battle of Berlin can refer to: Battle of Berlin air, the bombing campaign on Berlin by the Royal Air Force RAF from November 1943 to March 1944 Battle of Berlin, the final strategic offensives of the European Theatre of World War II Raid on Berli ...

                                               

Harald Valdemar Mansfeld-Bullner

Harald Valdemar Mansfeld-Bullner was a Danish businessman and numismatic collector. He co-founded the company Mansfeld-Bullner & Lassen which was particularly known for its Brama Life Elixir.

                                               

Almeida

Almeida surname Almeida Garrett 1799–1854, Portuguese poet, playwright, novelist and politician Laurindo Almeida 1917–1995, Brazilian jazz musician

                                               

Bloomsbury (disambiguation)

Bloomsbury, New Jersey, New Jersey, USA Bloomsbury Farm Spotsylvania County, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Virginia Bloomsbury Frederick, Maryland, listed on the NRHP in Maryland Bloomsbury Orange, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Virginia Bloom ...

                                               

Radetzky (disambiguation)

House of Radetzky von Radetz, a Czech noble family originating in 14th century Kingdom of Bohemia Joseph Radetzky von Radetz 1766–1858, Czech nobleman and a general in the Habsburg military

                                               

Luigi Capotorti

Luigi Capotorti was an Italian composer of both sacred and secular music. He was the maestro di cappella of several Neapolitan churches; the composer of ten operas, five of which premiered at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples; and a teacher of compo ...

                                               

David Stone

David Stone may refer to: David E. Stone born 1947, American sound editor David Stone magician born 1972, French magician David B. Stone 1927–2010, American businessman David Stone politician 1770–1818, American politician, Governor of North Caro ...

                                               

Carolina Crespi

Carolina Crespi, later known as Carolina Crespi-Bianchi and Carolina Bianchi, was an Italian soprano active on the opera stages of Paris and Northern Italy from 1803 to 1820. She was born in Prague, the daughter of the soprano Luigia Prosperi-Cre ...

                                               

French corvette Naïade (1780)

Naïade was a 20-gun Coquette -class corvette. She took part in the Indian theatre of the Anglo-French War with the squadron under Suffren. The British Royal Navy captured her in 1783 but never commissioned her; it sold her in 1784.

                                               

Jack Absolute Flies Again

Jack Absolute Flies Again is an upcoming play by Richard Bean and Oliver Chris, based on Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 1775 play The Rivals, a comedy of manners.

                                               

George Schaefer

George Schafer may refer to: George Schaefer director 1920–1997, American television and theatre director and president of the Directors Guild of America George Schaefer born 1950, bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia George Sc ...

                                               

Action of 12 August 1782

The Action of 12 August 1782 was a minor single-ship action that opposed the French 32-gun frigate Bellone to the British 28-gun HMS Coventry in the run-up to the Battle of Trincomalee. Although both ships were frigates, Bellone belonged to the I ...

                                               

Louis Courtois (illusionist)

Louis Courtois, also known as Papa Courtois, was a Belgian illusionist who performed in several European countries, including at the courts of the kings of France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Louis learned magic from his father Jean-Baptiste, wh ...

                                               

Sieveking

Sieveking is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kurt Sieveking 1897–1986, German politician Martinus Sieveking 1867–1950, Dutch virtuoso pianist, composer, teacher and inventor Paul Sieveking born 1949, British journalist and for ...

                                               

ETT

Ett or ETT may refer to: Embedded Training Teams, in the United States military English Toy Terrier Elementary Teachers of Toronto, a labour union Endotracheal tube Epithelioid trophoblastic tumour European Transactions on Telecommunications, a j ...

                                               

Baron Taylor

Baron Taylor may refer to: Matthew Taylor, Baron Taylor of Goss Moor born 1963, Liberal Democrat peer Baron Isidore Justin Severin Taylor 1789-1860, a royal commissioner of the Theatre-Français Thomas Taylor, Baron Taylor of Gryfe 1912-2001, Brit ...