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Her ostensible indifference to and rebellion against suggestions and criticisms by anyone except peer friends during adolescence are the manifestations, in her adolescence, of her having been indoctrinated in childhood to feel shame, if not guilt, for failing to behave in a manner acceptable to, and judged by, the performance of her nursery- and elementary-school peer friends.
Her performance of the song " Embraceable You " impressed Styne and his partner, Sammy Cahn and they recommended her for a role in Romance on the High Seas, which they were working on for Warner Brothers.
Her performance rating for the tournament was 2778 against an opposition rated at 2672.
Her best known and most controversial performance was the lead role in the erotic film Emily
" Her performance earned her the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, the Saturn Award for Best Young Actress, and her first Golden Globe Award nomination.
Her performance of the " sleepwalking " scene in the fifth act was especially noted ; Leigh Hunt called it " sublime.
Her performance in Aaja Nachle earned her the record-setting thirteenth nomination for the Filmfare Best Actress Award.
* 1986 – The musical The Phantom of the Opera has its first performance at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
Her performance was well received by critics, with BBC film critic Brandon Graydon saying that Cruz " is an enchanting screen presence ," and Ethan Alter of the Film Journal International noting that Cruz and her co-star Cruise were " able to generate some actual chemistry.
Her performance was praised by a number of critics, including Rob Blackwelder for SPLICEDwire, who wrote about the " dazzling performance by Sarah Michelle Gellar who plunges headlong into the lascivious malevolence that makes Kathryn so delightfully wicked.
School performance in Scotland is monitored by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education.
Her performance received little acclaim, but it convinced Bell, who hated pop music, that Twain should stay well away from it and concentrate on country music.
Her performance in the West End production of A Streetcar Named Desire, described by the theatre writer Phyllis Hartnoll as " proof of greater powers as an actress than she had hitherto shown ", led to a lengthy period during which she was considered one of the finest actresses in British theatre.
For example, Elvis Costello recorded a version of Ono's song " Walking on Thin Ice ," the B-52's who drew from her early recordings covered " Don't Worry, Kyoko ( Mummy's Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow )" ( shortening the title to " Don't Worry ") and Sonic Youth included a performance of Ono's early conceptual " Voice Piece for Soprano " in their experimental album SYR4: Goodbye 20th century.
It was first performed in England on 24 May 1856 in Italian at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, where it was considered morally questionable, and " the heads of the Church did their best to put an injunction upon performance ; the Queen refrained from visiting the theatre during the performances, though the music, words and all, were not unheard at the palace ".
* Melbourne: 13 July 1901 ( Her Majesty's Theatre ; first performance in Australia )
Her performance at one club impressed a theatrical producer, and he cast her in a play in New York, but that production did not open.
Her performance was called " memorable ... funny and poignant in turns ", and she earned a Tony Award. Richard Watts, Jr. of the New York Post wrote: " nothing I have ever seen her do prepared me for the loveliness, humor, gift for joyous characterization, and sheer lovableness of her portrayal of Nellie Forbush ....
Her main competitor for the prize was Judy Garland's much heralded comeback performance in A Star Is Born ; playing not only the part of an up and coming actress-singer, but also ironically, the wife of an alcoholic movie star.
Her performance attracted the attention of The Philosopher Kings singer Gerald Eaton, who then approached her to write with him.
Her performance as Maxine Faulk in The Night of the Iguana ( 1964 ), was well reviewed, and she was nominated a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe.
Her performance earned Lombard an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
Her performance won her a Youth In Film Award.

Her and was
Her face was very thin, and burned by the sun until much of the skin was dead and peeling, the new skin under it red and angry.
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 form was silhouetted and with the strong light I could see the outlines of her body, a body that an artist or anyone else would have admired.
Her mouth, which had been so much in my thoughts, was warm and moist and tender.
Her heart, her maternal feeling, in fact her being was too busy expressing itself, as quietly thrilled by this sight of her Nicolas curled asleep under a blanket, in a park like a scene from Poussin.
Her white blond hair was clean and brushed long straight down to her shoulders.
Her thick hair was the color and texture of charcoal.
Her laugh was hard.
Her face was pale but set and her dark eyes smoldered with blame for Ben.
Her stern was down and a sharp list helped us to cut loose the lifeboat which dropped heavily into the water.
Her name was L'Turu and she told me many things.
( Her account was later confirmed by the Scobee-Frazier Expedition from the University of Manitoba in 1951.
Her mother was a good manager and established a millinery business in Milwaukee.
Her name was Esther Peter.
Her brother Karl was a very gentle soul, her mother was a quiet woman who said little but who had hard, probing eyes.
Her mother, now dead, was my good friend and when she came to tell us about her plans and to show off her ring I had a sobering wish to say something meaningful to her, something her mother would wish said.
Her action was involuntary.
Her name was Mollie.
Her speech was barren of southernisms ; ;
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 hair was dyed, and her bloom was fading, and she must have been crowding forty, but she seemed to be one of those women who cling to the manners and graces of a pretty child of eight.
Her voice was ripe and full and her teeth flashed again in Sicilian brilliance before the warm curved lips met and her mouth settled in repose.

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