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Modjeska as Rosalind in Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'

Modjeska as Rosalind in Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'

Viola: Twelfth Night. Because no one knows disgruntled like I do.

Viola: Twelfth Night. Because no one knows disgruntled like I do.

Double-cross-dressing from the Globe's 2002 production of "Twelfth Night", with Rhys Meredith as Sebastian and Michael Brown as Viola.

Double-cross-dressing from the Globe's 2002 production of "Twelfth Night", with Rhys Meredith as Sebastian and Michael Brown as Viola.

Three Men in a Boat (by Jerome K. Jerome) available to read for free.

Three Men in a Boat (by Jerome K. Jerome) available to read for free.

Much Ado About Nothing - Beatrice One of my dream roles!! Ah, it would certainly be fun.

Much Ado About Nothing - Beatrice One of my dream roles!! Ah, it would certainly be fun.

Medusa never looked so good.:

Medusa never looked so good.:

Movie Posters:Drama, Viola Allen in Twelfth Night (Strobridge Litho Co., 1903). StagePoster (18.5" X 39")

Movie Posters:Drama, Viola Allen in Twelfth Night (Strobridge Litho Co., 1903). StagePoster (18.5" X 39")

I love the light on Prospero here. I also think that the staff is pefect.

I love the light on Prospero here. I also think that the staff is pefect.

Maria, Olivia, Viola ~ Twelfth Night.....painting by William Hamilton - Victoria & Albert Museum

Scene from Twelfth Night: Maria, Olivia, Viola

Maria, Olivia, Viola ~ Twelfth Night.....painting by William Hamilton - Victoria & Albert Museum

Hamura vs Noh Hamlet    Here, again courtesy of Japan's Shakespeare Century 日本のシェイクスピア100年, is a picture of international geisha of mystery Sadayakko as "Orie" (おりゑ, corresponding to Ophelia) in the first Japanese production of Hamlet ever, which was produced in 1903 by her husband KAWAKAMI Otojirō's avant-garde theater company.

Hamura vs Noh Hamlet Here, again courtesy of Japan's Shakespeare Century 日本のシェイクスピア100年, is a picture of international geisha of mystery Sadayakko as "Orie" (おりゑ, corresponding to Ophelia) in the first Japanese production of Hamlet ever, which was produced in 1903 by her husband KAWAKAMI Otojirō's avant-garde theater company.

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