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 (zĭg′fĕld′, -fēld′, zēg′-), Florenz 1869-1932.
American theatrical producer famed for his extravagant revues known as the Ziegfeld Follies, which appeared almost every year from 1907 to 1931.
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(Biography) Florenz (ˈflɒrənz). 1869–1932, US theatrical producer, noted for his series of extravagant revues (1907–31), known as the Ziegfeld Follies
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(ˈzɪg fɛld)

Florenz, 1867–1932, U.S. theatrical producer.
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1932: Florenz Ziegfeld, the US impresario famed for his girls and staircases in his Follies shows, died.
1927: Broadway staged the first performance of Show Boat by Jerome Kern, at the Ziegfeld Theatre.
Sheridan Smith is a natural as Fanny Brice, making the transition from gawky, irreverent kid, anxious for "a stick of greasepaint and a follow spot" as Stephen Sondheim puts it in Follies (a much more exciting show to my mind) to an established star in the Ziegfeld Follies where Broadway takes her to its heart and where finally she is left in despair.
In the early 1920's Hansburg brought his pogo stick to his friend, Florenz Ziegfeld of the world-famous Ziegfeld Follies.
Within a few years she graduated to the Ziegfeld Follies, where she was typecast as the comedienne, though she had other aspirations.
For four decades, the Ziegfeld Theatre loomed large as the grandest stage to launch a movie in New York with its 1,131 seats.
Fisher Brothers and Core Ziegfeld, LLC, which owns and operates the award-wining event space Gotham Hall, today announced they have finalized a 20-year lease at 1345 Avenue of the Americas to create The Ziegfeld Ballroom, a grand 21,331 square-foot event space.
14, 2014 file photo, Martin Luther King III and wife Arndrea Waters attend the premiere of "Selma" at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
The popularity of the model as a cultural type was produced and circulated in the late 1910s and 1920s through the ubiquity of the model-showgirl, a hybrid figure that Florenz Ziegfeld inaugurated in 1918 when he hired the first couture manikins to perform as models on the segregated Broadway stage.
Actor Christian Bale and wife Sibi Blazic attend the premiere of "American >Hustle" at the Ziegfeld Theatre on Sunday, December 8, in New York Evan Agostini/AP
The source claimed Douglas held up reporters at the Ziegfeld Theatre to answer a "very important call" from Catherine.
Beyince revealed the news to Hampton Sheet publisher Joan Jedell at the Ziegfeld. ( ANI )