2 edition of Viola Allen as Julia in The hunchback found in the catalog.
Viola Allen as Julia in The hunchback
Glover, Lyman Beecher
by Designed & published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour for Liebler & Co., managers in [Chicago?]
Written in English
Cover title: Viola Allen"s revival of The hunchback.
|Other titles||Viola Allen"s revival of The hunchback.|
|Statement||with a comment on the play by Lyman B. Glover.|
|LC Classifications||PR4859.K5 H834 1900|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||85191477|
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Viola Emily Allen (Octo – May 9, ) was an American stage actress who played leading roles in Shakespeare and other plays, including many original plays. She starred in over two dozen Broadway productions from to Beginning inshe appeared in three silent films.
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Source Created or Published [New York: s.n., ] Source Call Number: ART File A no PHOTO (size M). In she appeared in Margate as Julia in The Hunchback, a character with which her name was long to be associated. For the next few years she played at several London and provincial theaters in various parts, including Rosalind, Amy Robsart and Rebecca (in Ivanhoe), Beatrice, Viola and Isabella (in Measure for Measure).
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