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Harold Clurman is right to say that `` Waiting For Godot '' is a reflection ( he calls it a distorted reflection ) `` of the impasse and disarray of Europe's present politics, ethic, and common way of life ''.
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Even so astute a commentator as Harold Clurman of The Nation has said that `` Waiting For Godot '' is `` the concentrate of the contemporary European mood of despair ''.
Adapted by Harry Kurnitz and directed by Harold Clurman, it racked up an impressive 389 performances, opening at the Booth Theatre on 18 October 1961 and closing on 22 September 1962.
In Kazan's autobiography, Kazan writes of the " lasting impact on him of the Group ," noting in particular, Lee Strasberg and Harold Clurman as " father figures ", along with his close friendship with playwright Clifford Odets.
The film was Hitchcock's second Hollywood production since leaving the United Kingdom in 1939 ( the first was Rebecca ) and had an unusually large number of writers: Robert Benchley, Charles Bennett, Harold Clurman, Joan Harrison, Ben Hecht, James Hilton, John Howard Lawson, John Lee Mahin, Richard Maibaum, and Budd Schulberg, with Bennett, Benchley, Harrison, and Hilton the only writers credited in the finished film.
Among the people becoming disenchanted with the Guild and turning to the Lab for a more radical, challenging environment were Stella Adler, Lee Strasberg, Franchot Tone, Cheryl Crawford and Harold Clurman.
She tackled the role of her namesake, Joan of Arc, in a 1954 stage production of George Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan, but she left the play after a nervous breakdown and battles with director Harold Clurman.
Time magazine described her personality as " fiery ", and drama critic Harold Clurman said her acting was " volcanic ".
She took over the role of Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire for the national tour, which was directed not by Elia Kazan who had directed the Broadway production but by Harold Clurman.
In Respect for Acting, Hagen credited director Harold Clurman with a turn-around in her perspective on acting :" In 1947, I worked in a play under the direction of Harold Clurman.
Crawford suggested that Harold Clurman, then a play reader for the Guild, invite Odets to a meeting to discuss new theatre concepts they were developing with Lee Strasberg.
He received bedside visits from such movie and theater friends as Marlon Brando, Lee Strasberg and Paula Strasberg, Jean Renoir and his wife, Dido, Elia Kazan, Harold Clurman, Shirley MacLaine, and Danny Kaye ,, among others.
The Group Theatre was a New York City theater collective formed by Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford and Lee Strasberg in 1931.
Harold Clurman, who took over the production late in the rehearsal period, later admitted the Group's role in the fiasco.
Odets became the playwright most strongly identified with the Group, and its productions of Awake and Sing and Paradise Lost, both directed in 1935 by Harold Clurman, proved to be excellent vehicles for the Group's Stanislavskian aesthetic.
In the spring of 1941, Elia Kazan and Bobby Lewis accompanied Harold Clurman as he turned the key on the Group offices for the last time.
The most influential acting teachers, including Richard Boleslavsky, Vsevolod Meyerhold, Michael Chekhov, Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, Harold Clurman, Robert Lewis, Sanford Meisner, Uta Hagen, Ion Cojar and Ivana Chubbuck all traced their pedigrees to Stanislavski, his theories and / or his disciples.
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Harold E. Strang, expert in switchgear design, for a long period vp & gm of the Measurements & Industrial Products Division, and who currently, approaching retirement, is vice-president and consulting engineer in the Switchgear & Control Division.
Mrs. Robert O. Spurdle is chairman of the committee, which includes Mrs. James A. Moody, Mrs. Frank C. Wilkinson, Mrs. Ethel Coles, Mrs. Harold G. Lacy, Mrs. Albert W. Terry, Mrs. Henry M. Chance, 2d, Mrs. Robert O. Spurdle, Jr., Mrs. Harcourt N. Trimble, Jr., Mrs. John A. Moller, Mrs. Robert Zeising, Mrs. William G. Kilhour, Mrs. Hughes Cauffman, Mrs. John L. Baringer and Mrs. Clyde Newman.
:" To this day Harold is not quite sure what made him suddenly pour out the whole story to a little man to whom he had only spoken a few minutes before.
* 1970 – California judge Harold Haley is taken hostage in his courtroom and killed during in an effort to free George Jackson from police custody.
One of the more substantial collections of Aldine Press books and Aldine imitations in North America is at the Harold B. Lee library on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Stigand's position as archbishop was canonically suspect, and as earl Harold had not allowed Stigand to consecrate one of the earl's churches, it is unlikely that Harold would have allowed Stigand to perform the much more important royal coronation.
Harold Guskin's approach or " taking it off the page " as he calls it is steeped in this philosophy.
However, it is likely that fewer fought in the actual battle on the Italian side: Harold Marcus notes that " several thousand " soldiers were needed in support roles and to guard the lines of communication to the rear.
President of the Church Harold B. Lee taught " The only one authorized to bring forth any new doctrine is the President of the Church, who, when he does, will declare it as revelation from God, and it will be so accepted by the Council of the Twelve and sustained by the body of the Church.
One episode in Series 5 of Steptoe and Son was entitled " Any Old Iron ", for the same reason, when Albert thinks that Harold is ' on the turn '.
Although love is central to both Christianity and Judaism, literary critic Harold Bloom ( in his Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine ) argues that their notions of love are fundamentally different.
Though this venue usually is reserved for juniors and seniors, Harold Scott insisted that Flockhart perform there in his production of William Inge's Picnic.
Others blamed pushback from the rock industry: Harold Childs, senior vice president at A & M Records, told the Los Angeles Times that " radio is really desperate for rock product " and " they're all looking for some white rock-n-roll ".
The first A is an expansive threnody on solo cello ( Schmidt's own instrument ) whose seamless lyricism predates Strauss's Metamorphosen by more than a decade ( its theme is later adjusted to form the scherzo of the symphony ); the B section is an equally expansive funeral march ( deliberately referencing Beethoven's Eroica in its texture ) whose dramatic climax is marked by an orchestral crescendo culminating in a gong and cymbal crash ( again, a clear allusion to similar climaxes in the later symphonies of Bruckner, and followed by what Harold Truscott has brilliantly described as a " reverse climax ", leading back to a repeat of the A section ).
Harold and Maude is a 1971 American dark comedy film directed by Hal Ashby and released by Paramount Pictures.
The pair form a bond, and Maude slowly shows Harold the pleasures of art and music ( Harold is taught to play banjo ), and teaches him how to " the most of his time on earth.
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It went right on creaking under his own considerable weight, and all it needed, Harold thought, was for somebody to fling himself back in a fit of laughter and that would be the end of it.
Finding the right method for constructing such " objective " priors ( for appropriate classes of regular problems ) has been the quest of statistical theorists from Laplace to John Maynard Keynes, Harold Jeffreys, and Edwin Thompson Jaynes: These theorists and their successors have suggested several methods for constructing " objective " priors:
Allied leaders of the Sicilian campaign in North Africa ; ( front row, left to right ) General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, 1st Baron Tedder | Arthur Tedder, General Sir Harold Alexander, Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham, 1st Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope | Andrew Cunningham, ( top row, left to right ) Harold Macmillan, Major General Walter Bedell Smith, and unidentified British officers ; 1943
In the 1971 film Harold and Maude, Maude shows Harold her painting titled " The Rape of Rome ," which includes Leda and the Swan in the bottom right corner.
Gerald Kaufman, once Harold Wilson's press officer and during the 1980s prominent on the Labour right, described the 1983 Labour manifesto as " the longest suicide note in history ".
A figure in the panel of the Bayeux Tapestry with the inscription " Harold Rex Interfectus Est " ( Harold the King is killed ) is depicted gripping an arrow that has struck his eye, but some historians have questioned whether this man is intended to be Harold, or if Harold is intended as the next figure lying to the right almost prone, being mutilated beneath a horse's hooves.
At this point, both Harold's remaining brothers in England were earls in their own right, Harold was himself king and in control of Wessex, and he had married the sister of Earl Edwin of Mercia and Morcar, Earl of Northumbria ( who had succeeded his brother Tostig ).
The photograph shows him before the procedure ( left ) and after ( right ) receiving a skin flap ( surgery ) | flap performed by Sir Harold Gillies in 1917.
The view that it is Harold is supported by the fact that the words Harold Rex ( King Harold ) appear right above the figure's head.
After Harold, by then the king's right hand man, had spoken with the rebels at Northampton, he likely realized that Tostig would not be able to retain Northumbria.
Remington Rand employees, Harold E. Sweeney ( left ) and J. Presper Eckert ( center ) demonstrate the U. S. Census Bureau's UNIVAC for CBS reporter Walter Cronkite ( right ).
Behind Lt. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, from left to right, are Lt. Col. Richard K. Sutherland, Col. Harold H. George, Lt. Col. William F. Marquat, and Maj. LeGrande A. Diller. The Philippine Army Air Corps was created by the Philippine National Assembly's National Defense Act of 1935.