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Illustrations

From: Theatre History Studies
Volume 32, 2012
pp. ix-x | 10.1353/ths.2012.0020

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Schweitzer

  • Figure 1. Clifford C. Fischer "catches" another famous performer for Klaw & Erlanger {61}

  • Figure 2. New York World caricature depicting the Syndicate's global reach {66}

Farfan

  • Figure 1. Ellen Terry as Portia, The Merchant of Venice {95}

  • Figure 2. Ellen Terry as Beatrice, Much Ado about Nothing {95}

  • Figure 3. Ellen Terry {96}

  • Figure 4. Ellen Terry with her dog {96}

  • Figure 5. Mrs. Patrick Campbell as Paula Tanqueray and George Alexander as Aubrey Tanqueray, The Second Mrs. Tanqueray {97}

  • Figure 6. The Lower Depths, Moscow Art Theatre, 1902 {98}

  • Figure 7. Lydia Yavorska and Franklin Dyall, Hedda Gabler, 1911 {98}

  • Figure 8. Adolf Bolm, Polovtsian Dances, 1909 {100}

  • Figure 9. Tamara Karsavina, Firebird, 1910 {100}

  • Figure 10. Maud Allan, The Vision of Salome (1906) {101}

  • Figure 11. Josephine Baker {101}

  • Figure 12. August Strindberg {102}

  • Figure 13. Anton Chekhov {102}

  • Figure 14. Maxim Gorky {103}

  • Figure 15. George Bernard Shaw {103}

  • Figure 16. Cicely Hamilton and Lilian Baylis {104}

  • Figure 17. Henrik Ibsen {105}

  • Figure 18. Henrik Ibsen cartoon {105} [End Page ix]

  • Figure 19. Ellen Terry, advertisement for Milward's Needles {107}

  • Figure 20. Ellen Terry, advertisement for Symington's Soups {107}

  • Figure 21. Henrik Ibsen, 1906 {108}

  • Figure 22. Henrik Ibsen, drawing by L. Reig, 1903 {109}

  • Figure 23. Maxim Gorky and Feodor Schaliapin, 1904 {110}

  • Figure 24. Isadora Duncan, 1906 {111}

  • Figure 25. Ellen Terry {112}

  • Figure 26. Ellen Terry {114}

  • Figure 27. "Henrik Ibsen, the dramatic poet to whom all the world pays homage, in his home at Christiania, Norway" {115}

  • Figure 28. Josephine Baker, advertisement for Besler Çikolatasi {116}

Robson

  • Figure 1. Henrietta Vinton Davis {122}

Poole

  • Figure 1. Opera House, Omaha, Nebraska {147}

  • Figure 2. Opera House, York, Nebraska {149}

  • Figure 3. Airdome, Fayette, Missouri {151}

  • Figure 4. Garden Theatre Airdome, Abilene, Kansas {153}

  • Figure 5. Audience laughing at a tent repertory performance {156}

  • Figure 6. View of a tent from the stage {156}

  • Figure 7. Slout players raise the tent {157}

  • Figure 8. Setting up the tent entrance for the Slout Players {157}

  • Figure 9. Toby scores a hit with the audience {160}

Holtcamp

  • Figure 1. Horned Woman {172}

  • Figure 2. One man and two women in black clothes {173}

  • Figure 3. Peer Gynt in Chains {175} [End Page x]

Copyright © 2012 The University of Alabama Press
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