Alla Nazimova


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Noun1.Alla Nazimova - United States actress (born in Russia) (1879-1945)
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Theatre Royal, Corporation Street, St Helens, 01744 756 000 - Sun, 11 Mar music The Cornerstone Festival: Salome A live, dramatic percussion spectacle, featuring the 1923 silent film starring Alla Nazimova, with music by Charlie Barber.
The untitled drama will look at the association of the two actresses with famous figures like John Gilbert, Mercedes de Acosta, Tallulah Bankhead, Alla Nazimova, Barbara Stanwyck, Cary Grant and John Wayne, among others.
On stage and screen, Camille has been played by Theda Bara, Alla Nazimova, Norma Talmadge, Greta Garbo, Greta Scacchi, and Charles Ludlam.
com)-- Anaphora Literary Press is pleased to promote Twilight of the Immortal, which tells the remarkable story of early Hollywood through the eyes of Rosemary McKisco, a wayward young heiress who throws in her lot with the great Alla Nazimova, the first openly lesbian star of stage and screen.
Petersberg in 1906 and then publicly in Paris in the 1910s, from Bessie Tomashevsky, who played the role to great acclaim in the Yiddish theater in 1908, to Theda Bara (nee Theodosia Goldberg) and Alla Nazimova, who played her with great panache in the movies in the 1910s and 1920s, the role of Salome became a path to glittering stardom for Jewish actresses and dancers, a route that Fanny Brice's song both parodied and adumbrated.
Just when his literature professor was lecturing on the plays of Henrik Ibsen, a touring production of Ghosts, starring the legendary Alla Nazimova, came to campus.
The classic film, which was released in 1923, is a visual feast furnished by lavish designs inspired by artist Aubrey Beardsley, and an unforgettable title role performance by the flamboyant Hollywood silent film star Alla Nazimova.
Among her partners was exotic silent actor, Alla Nazimova.
Moved by her plight, Blache brought his family to Los Angeles, where they maintained separate households, though Guy Blache worked as his assistant on several films starring Alla Nazimova.
Directed by Charles Bryant and starring Alla Nazimova, Salome is considered to be one of the first art films to be made in the US.
His full-length depiction of the great actress Alla Nazimova (who told him he was "a Dorian Gray before he knew sin") established his career as a portrait painter in 1910.
Alla Nazimova, an accomplished violinist and Stanislavski-trained actress who became the leading interpreter of Ibsen on the Broadway stage before becoming known as a silent-film actress, ranked among the top stars in the annual Photoplay popularity poll in the late 1910s.