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Her and Shakespearean
Her stage career flourished after the war, and as a Shakespearean leading lady at Stratford, in London's West End and on tour in Australia, she had her pick of star parts.
Her father was a noted progressive educator, scholar ( collaborating on textbooks with Shakespearean scholar Maynard Mack ), and publisher and co-founder of Boynton / Cook Publishers, now owned by Heinemann.
Her most celebrated roles included Pauline in Lady of Lyons at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, Antigone at Dublin, and various Shakespearean roles, including a revamped and now-successful Lady Macbeth.

Her and Portia
Her last role at the Lyceum was Portia, in 1902, after which she toured in the British the provinces with Irving and his company in the autumn of that year.
: Her name is Portia, nothing undervalued
Her roles there included Isabella ( in Measure for Measure ), Portia ( in The Merchant of Venice ), Olivia ( in Twelfth Night ), Perdita ( in The Winter's Tale ), Desdemona ( in Othello ) and Ophelia in ( in Hamlet ).
Her last major film was Jasmin Dizdar's Beautiful People ( 1999 ), set in London in 1993, at the time of the Bosnian War, playing the role of Portia Thornton.
Her notable feuds in Shimmer have been against Rebecca Knox, Cindy Rogers, and Portia Perez.

Her and Desdemona
Speaking of his wife, Desdemona, Othello the Moor says, " Her name that was as fresh / As Dian's visage, is now begrim'd and black / As mine own face.
Her second appearance in Chicago on 23 November was as Desdemona in the company's first ever performance of Verdi's Otello, and she also sang the role there at a gala performance of Act 4 on 9 December.
Her signature roles include Countess Almaviva in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro, Desdemona in Verdi's Otello, Violetta in Verdi's La traviata, the title role in Dvořák's Rusalka, the title role in Massenet's Manon, the title role in Massenet's Thaïs, the Marschallin in Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier, and the title role in Arabella.
Her repertoire also included Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Despina in Così fan tutte, Cherubino and Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Liù in Turandot, Cio-Cio-San in Madama Butterfly, Micaëla in Carmen, Marguerite in Faust, the title role in La Périchole, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel, Lisa in The Queen of Spades, The Composer in Ariadne auf Naxos, Antonia in Les contes d ' Hoffmann, Mélisande in Pelléas et Mélisande, Marenka in The Bartered Bride, Desdemona in Otello, Mme Lidoine in Dialogues des Carmélites, the title roles of Salome and Lulu, Jenny Smith in Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny ( directed by John Dexter ) and Marie Antoinette in John Corigliano's The Ghosts of Versailles.
Her other roles included Agathe, Euryanthe, Elsa, Eva, Brünnhilde, Kundry, and Desdemona in Otello.
Her last appearance, fourteen days before her death, was in the role of Desdemona of Rossini's Otello.

Her and Ophelia
Her second season in London included performances in the roles of Ophelia in Ambroise Thomas ' Hamlet and the Countess in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro.
Her first professional role was as Ophelia opposite Eva Le Gallienne in the title role of Hamlet in Dennis, Massachusetts in 1937.
Her period in Vienna closed on August 10, 1873 in a farewell performance, in which she played Ophelia in the very first performance of Ambroise Thomas ' Hamlet at the Vienna Court Opera.
Her early performances include Arthur Hopkins ' 1920 production of Richard III, which starred John Barrymore, Macbeth in 1921 with Lionel Barrymore ; Hedvig in Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck in 1925 and Ophelia in the 1925 modern dress version of Hamlet starring Basil Sydney.
* Mitchell, Ophelia DeVore The Columbus Times " Tony Award Winning Actress Puts Her Philosophy of Enriching Others ' Lives To Practice " vol.

Her and
* 1988 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II officially opens World Expo ' 88 in Brisbane, Australia.
Her husband died, apparently in the early years of her marriage, leaving her with two children, Athalaric and Matasuntha ( c. 517 after 550 ), wife c. 550 of Germanus.
*'" A Champion of Her Sex ", W. Minto in Macmillan's Magazine, Volume LXIII, Nov. 1885 Apr.
Her Thesmophoria festival ( October 11 13 ) was women-only.
* Her fourth and last marriage was to Barry Comden ( born 1935 died 2009 ), who was roughly a decade younger, from April 14, 1976 until 1981.
Her first entirely self-produced effort, 1977's New Harvest ... First Gathering, highlighted Parton's pop sensibilities, both in terms of choice of songs-the album contained covers of the pop and R & B classics " My Girl " and " Higher and Higher " and the album's production.
Her reign as Saimei encompassed 655 661.
Her full siblings were Christiana, known as Chrissey ( 1814 59 ), Isaac ( 1816 1890 ), and twin brothers who survived a few days in March 1821.
* 1999 Mark Sandman, American singer-songwriter, musician, and producer ( Morphine and Treat Her Right ) ( b. 1952 )
* 1953 The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, who is crowned Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Her Other Realms and Territories & Head of the Commonwealth, the first major international event to be televised.
* 1971 Leisha Hailey, American singer-songwriter and actress ( Uh Huh Her and The Murmurs )
* 1979 Camila Grey, American musician ( Mellowdrone and Uh Huh Her )
Her parents were the film producer Wilbur Stark ( 1912 1995 ) and New York television host Kathi Norris ( 1919 2005 ).
Her real name was Ruth Werner a German communist and a Major in Soviet Military Intelligence.
The 583-item Collection La Caze donated in 1869, included works by Chardin ; Fragonard ; Rembrandt such as Bathsheba at Her Bath and Gilles by Watteau.
* Trilogie van de Laatste Dag ( 1996 97 ) ( each of its three sections may be performed separately: ( i ) The Last Day ( texts by Lucebert, folksong A Woman and Her Lass ) for boy soprano, 4 male voices, orchestra ; ( ii ) TAO ( texts by Laozi, Kotaro Takamura ) for 4 female voices, piano voice, koto, small orchestra winds, 2 horns, harp, piano (+ celesta ), 2 percussion, minimum 14 strings ; ( iii ) Dancing on the Bones ( text by the composer ) for children's chorus, orchestra, 1997 )
Her sister Katharine ( 1906 1907 ) died at the age of nine months.
Her first husband ( 1923 1928 ) was American Luther Cressman, a theology student at the time who eventually became an anthropologist.
Her second husband was New Zealander Reo Fortune, a Cambridge graduate ( 1928 1935 ).
Her third and longest-lasting marriage ( 1936 1950 ) was to the British Anthropologist Gregory Bateson with whom she had a daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson, who would also become an anthropologist.

Her and were
Her eyes were glazed as if she didn't hear or even see him.
Her blond hair was frowzy, her dress torn in several places, and her shoes were so completely worn out that they were practically no protection.
Her legs were the full, sexy kind, full bodied like a rare wine and just as tantalizing to the appetite ; ;
Her glance swung past the trailer where the two drivers were standing.
Her long thin arms moved in a slow rhythmical gesture over the family possessions which were placed in front of her.
Her quarters were on the right as you walked into the building, and her small front room was clogged with heavy furniture -- a big, round, oak dining table and chairs, a buffet, with a row of unclaimed letters inserted between the mirror and its frame.
Her thoughts were not discrete.
Her eyebrows were definite and heavy and formed two lines moving upward toward a high forehead and a great head of brown hair that fell to her shoulders.
Her services to the School for many years were of a very high character, and I have often thought that one of the buildings should be named for her ''.
Her eyes were bright with anticipation.
Her `` Rockabye Your Baby '' was as good as it can be done, and her really personal songs, like `` The Man That Got Away '' were deeply moving.
Her hesitation was only momentary and she hoped he didn't notice it, as she settled herself, asked quickly how Miss Jenny and the babies were getting on.
Her nose was higher of bridge, her complexion so pale as to be quite susceptible to sunburn, and the fish and vegetable diet of her forebears had given her teeth that were white and regular and strong.
Her bright eyes were twinkling.
Her hair never seemed to be in place and her skirts were never quite the correct length.
Her eyes were wild.
Her dark cool caresses were sweeter than any woman's ; ;
Her eyes were smiling, too, but so sadly, and there was tiredness and infinite wisdom in them.
Her extendibles were diverted, connected or augmented and the final, delicate-beyond-description brain taps were completed while Helva remained anesthetically unaware of the proceedings.
Her book titles, changed by American publishers, for example Ten Little Niggers to Ten Little Indians, were kept the same across the Atlantic, after bushels of fan mail.
Her two children by Philip II, Philip, count of Clermont ( died 1234 ), and Mary, who married Philip I of Namur, were legitimized by the pope in 1201 at the request of the king.
Her remaining children were raised between her, Livia Drusilla and Germanicus ’ mother Antonia Minor.
Her reputed last words, uttered as the assassin was about to strike, were " Smite my womb ", the implication here being she wished to be destroyed first in that part of her body that had given birth to so " abominable a son.

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