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 (rīn′härt′), Jean Baptiste Known as "Django." 1910-1953.
Belgian-born French jazz guitarist noted for his improvisational skills. Despite losing the use of two fingers in an injury to his left hand in 1928, he remained an influential performer throughout his life.


, Max Originally Max Goldmann. 1873-1943.
Austrian theatrical director and manager whose experimental, large-scale productions in the early 1900s included Oedipus Rex and The Miracle.


1. (Biography) Django (ˈdʒæŋɡəʊ), real name Jean Baptiste Reinhardt. 1910–53, French jazz guitarist, whose work was greatly influenced by Gypsy music. With Stéphane Grappelli, he led the Quintet of the Hot Club of France between 1934 and 1939
2. (Biography) Max, original name Max Goldmann. 1873–1943, Austrian theatre producer and director, in the US after 1933


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Max (Max Goldmann), 1873–1943, German theater director and producer, born in Austria.
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Just a Director Max Reinhardt called the Vienna-born star "the most beautiful woman in Europe" and her smouldering sensuality made her a huge box office draw.
She studied at The Dance Academy in Cologne and the Max Reinhardt Seminary Drama School in Vienna.
She began her acting career as a teenager under innovative Austrian director Max Reinhardt and appeared in several German films.
Heavily influenced by America's Ziegfeld Follies, it follows the tradition of German directors such as the great Max Reinhardt.
Ainsi, parallelement a son doctorat en droit, il s'illustre au sein de la troupe de Max Reinhardt, en tant qu'assistant du celebre homme de theatre puis en tant que metteur en scene.
The show - the title of which is a quote from The Tempest - features original music by Max Reinhardt and Finn Peters, which has been derived directly from the musicality of Shakespeare's language.
The opera is an adaptation of the same Caldern drama that Strauss's collaborator Hofmannsthal re-worked as The Toweraround the same time as he was devising his great outdoor folk-theatre spectacles with Max Reinhardt.
Holzmeister repeatedly worked as a stage designer beginning in the 1930s in collaboration with Max Reinhardt for whom he created the Faust-City for the Salzburg Festival.
The director was Max Reinhardt who didn't speak English so his instructions, in German, were passed to the actors via a translator.
The MONTBLANC YOUNG DIRECTORS AWARD is endowed with prize money amounting to e1/410,000 and the Montblanc Max Reinhardt Pen, which was exclusively designed for this project.
Novelist Hermann Broch was largely ignored: Max Reinhardt was considered passe.
That first festival was the brainchild of von Hofmannsthal, director Max Reinhardt, composer Richard Strauss, conductor Franz Schalk and designer Alfred Roller, who conceived it as a beacon of hope and peace after the devastation of World War I.