4 edition of Stage-struck, or, She would be an opera-singer found in the catalog.
Stage-struck, or, She would be an opera-singer
|Statement||by Blanche Roosevelt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||521|
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And so, after a career of pretty undiluted failure, Blanche Roosevelt bowed out, and Madame Macchetta returned. Stage-struck returned, however, not as a vocalist but as an author, with a book based on her experiences entitled Stage Struck, or She Would Be an Opera Singer ().
She returned, however, not as a vocalist but as an author, with a book based on her experiences entitled Stage Struck, or She Would be an opera singer (). She followed up voluminously with such titles as Married in haste, and The Copper Queen (both, like the first, sounding more than a little wishful-autobiographical) before going into non.
Blanche Roosevelt wrote studies of H. Longfellow, Victorien Sardou, and Gustave Dore as well as Stage Struck: or She Would be an Opera Singer. She also wrote at least three novels including The Copper Queen which was present in Collins's library. She had given up the stage after marrying the Marquis d'Alligri.
She became the mistress of Guy. Reconstructing the business of theatrical production, she brings to light the efforts of a wide array of investors, entrepreneurs, directors, and actors-including women and people of color-who seized the opportunities offered by commercial theater to become important agents of cultural change.
Roosevelt's first books were The Home Life of Henry W. Longfellow, (), Stage-struck, or; She would be an Opera Singer ( - a novel), and The Life and Reminiscences of Gustave Dore (, for which she was reportedly the first American woman honored by the French Academy), and The Copper Queen ( - a novel).
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Blanche Roosevelt (2 October – 10 September ), born Blanche Roosevelt Tucker, was an American opera singer, author and is best remembered for creating the role of Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan when that opera premiered on Broadway in She made her opera debut in at the Royal Italian Opera House, Covent Garden and went on to sing.
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Author of Stage Struck, etc"). An American opera singer and author - in later life the Marchesa d’Alligri - turned to authorship after her retirement from the stage, writing a mix of biographical works and novels.
Her subjects included Longfellow, Doré, Elisabeth of Roumania, and Victorien Sardou. Gloria Swanson was a talented and charismatic stage and movie actress who became one of the first legendary stars of Hollywood.
After beginning her career in the early silent movie era, she achieved international fame under the guidance of the flamboyant director, Cecil B. DeMille, and became renowned as a fashion icon and as the epitome of movie star glamour with an interesting and.
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My friend Keith tells this story: he was hired to play the Monster in a stage version of Frankenstein that cost $10 million to produce on Broadway (back in - at the time, it set a record for the MOST EXPENSIVE NON-MUSICAL ever produced!).%0D %0D The show opened and closed THE SAME NIGHT.%0D %0D Now THAT'S a disaster.%0D %0D [the cast included John Glover, David .The first two, drawn from her own experience, dealt with stage-struck teenagers.
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