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Mary Cassatt, Lydia Leaning on Her Arms ( in a theatre box ), 1879
Her second husband was British theatre director Peter Hall.
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.
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 ".
Her husband, Pompeianus, was not involved, but two men alleged to have been her lovers, Marcus Ummidius Quadratus Annianus ( the consul of 167, who was also her first cousin ) and Appius Claudius Quintianus, attempted to murder Commodus as he entered the theatre.
Her post-war theatre credits included Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest again at the Haymarket Theatre in 1946 and Lady Bracknell when the same play transferred to New York in 1947.
Her wreath of vines and grapes alludes to Dionysus, the god of the theatre.
Her father, a physician, was also the GP for the York theatre, and her mother was its wardrobe mistress.
The King's Opera House ( now rebuilt as Her Majesty's Theatre ) ( 1816 1818 ) where he and George Repton remodelled the theatre, with arcades and shops around three sides of the building, the fourth being the still surviving Royal Opera Arcade.
Her reason for this was opposition toward the theatre among the clergy.
Their work at miniature scale has translated into large-scale decors for the theatre and opera productions of director Richard Jones: Prokofiev's The Love for Three Oranges ; Feydeau's " A Flea in Her Ear "; Tchaikovsky's Mazeppa ; and Molière's " Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme ".
Her career also faced turmoil as a result of her marriage to Parks, and the two spent much of the 1950s doing theatre and musical variety shows.
Her poetry has been set to music, and adapted for theatre, CD, film, video, radio, television, multimedia performance, and dance.
Her theatre career flourished with her portrayals of Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice ( 1940 ) and the second Mrs. de Winter in Rebecca ( 1940 ); the production of the latter was halted when the theatre was destroyed by a bomb in September 1940.
With Nicol on board, the band released the album They Called Her Babylon early in 2004, and extensively toured the UK, Europe and Australia, and their relatively prolific output continued with the release of the Christmas album ' Winter ' later the same year, as the band ended a busy year of touring with a gala performance in London's Palladium theatre.
Her successes in theatre include the Royal Court Theatre and Broadway productions of Home.
Her first professional theatre appearance was in a 1967 stage adaptation of Chekhov ’ s Three Sisters, at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in which she played Irina, co-starring with Glenda Jackson and Avril Elgar.
Her career began in theatre during the late 1950s, and over the next decade included several films and television series.
Her career in film, television and the theatre has been wide-ranging, including roles in the Royal Shakespeare Company between 1959 and 1964.
Her father introduced her to theatre when he took her to see Flora Robson in a 1938 production of Mary Tudor ; she later recalled that after the performance " I made up my mind then and there I was going to be an actress ...
Her celebrity status has been called " mythical " and " monumental ," and by " the mid-1780s Siddons was established as a cultural icon, along with Hannah Murphy, another theatre great of the time.
: Her aunt went off to the theatre
Her distinctive warbling voice and round cheeks made her a familiar and much-loved personality to British theatre and film audiences at the beginning of World War II, but her popularity waned in the 1940s after several years ' absence from the screen followed by an unsatisfactory thriller, Candles at Nine.

Her and credits
Her film credits also include a featured role in Marked For Death opposite Steven Seagal, Pass The Ammo with Tim Curry, and the CBS feature 83 Hours Till Dawn with Peter Strauss and Robert Urich.
Her other recent credits include Funny Bones ( 1995 ) with Jerry Lewis and Oliver Platt, The Last of the Blonde Bombshells ( 2000 ) with Judi Dench and Cleo Laine, and Le Divorce ( 2003 ) by Merchant / Ivory with Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts.
Her credits include the TV series Ready or Not, Are You Afraid of the Dark, Seasons of Love, and Andromeda as Trance Gemini, and the movies Night of the Twisters, and Dear America: So Far From Home.
Her film credits also include Robert Altman's Kansas City ( 1996 ), Robert Duvall's The Apostle ( 1997 ) and Richard E. Grant's Wah-Wah ( 2005 ).
Her relationship with Gilbert became acrimonious soon after the album was released, and disputes arose about songwriting credits.
Her stage name derives from Mitch Ryder, a soul and rock singer her father happened to be listening to when her agent called and asked how she wanted to appear on the credits of her first film.
Her many credits include Picnic, The Bad Seed, A View from the Bridge, A Memory of Two Mondays, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, A Family Affair, Barefoot in the Park, Butterflies Are Free, You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running, Ladies at the Alamo and The Cemetery Club.
Her television credits include Sarah, Plain and Tall, Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End, Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, In the Gloaming and The Lion in Winter.
Her modeling credits included Glamour, the December 1985 supplement cover of Vogue and the May 1985 cover of British Vogue when she was only 15 years old.
Her credits include Pirates of the Caribbean ( 2003, 2006 ), Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith ( 2005 ), Star Trek ( film ) ( 2009 ), and Avatar ( 2009 film ).
Her second Twilight Zone appearance, with billing in the closing credits, came in the episode broadcast the following week, " Dust ", in which she portrays another pleading child, Estrelita, a little Mexican girl, helping her father beg for the life of her condemned brother.
Her stage credits include Hitchcock Blonde by Terry Johnson ( in a role requiring her to appear completely nude on stage with only a pair of high heels ) and Tennessee Williams ' Summer and Smoke, both in London's West End, and Gaslight at London's Old Vic Theatre.
Her 1963 cover of " Fly Me to the Moon " is used in the end credits of the 2010 video game, Bayonetta.
Her film credits include comedic roles in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Hanging Up, Marci X, Analyze This and its sequel Analyze That.
Her many credits include Adam Adamant Lives !, The Naked Civil Servant, Rock Follies, Minder,
Her last film was Anger Management ( 2003 ) starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson ( which was released only a month following her death and paid tribute to her in the end credits ).
Her stage credits include Norman Mailer's " The Deer Park ", Israel Horovitz's " The Indian Wants the Bronx ", Neil Simon's " The Good Doctor " and " King Richard III " at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Her West End credits include Little Mary Sunshine, Cowardy Custard, Virtue in Danger, Noises Off, The Importance of Being Earnest, and The Solid Gold Cadillac, as well as a number of less successful vehicles.
His other movie credits include The Young Savages ( 1961 ), The Greatest Story Ever Told ( 1965 ), Battle of the Bulge ( 1965 ), The Dirty Dozen ( 1967 ), The Scalphunters ( 1968 ), supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ), Kelly's Heroes ( 1970 ), Pretty Maids All in a Row ( 1971 ), Inside Out ( 1975 ), and Escape to Athena ( 1979 ).
Her billboards have gained more fame than she has, and have appeared in several television shows and movies, including the opening titles of the 1980s television series Moonlighting, in the movie Get Shorty, and a quick parody during the credits of Futurama.
Her contribution to the film's soundtrack, " The Dream ( Hold On To Your Dream )" played over the closing credits of the film, and proved to be a minor hit, peaking at No. 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1984.
Her screen credits include Green Card, Bugsy, Say Anything ..., Jumanji, Summer of Sam, Liberty Heights, Tadpole ( for which the Seattle Film Critics named her Best Supporting Actress ), The Associate, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Malice, The Big Bounce, The Faculty and Woody Allen's Celebrity.
Her recording and touring credits include and not limted to are, Ice Cube, Boyz n the Hood, Roy Ayers, Snoop Dogg, Coolio, B. B.
Her most recent film credits include Spread ( 2009 ), The Other Guys ( 2010 ), and Cedar Rapids ( 2011 ).

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