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Yosyp Stadnyk - Ukranian Theatre director and actor Featured Friedrich Schiller Print

Yosyp Stadnyk - Ukranian Theatre director and actor

Yosyp Stadnyk (1876-1954) - Theatre director and actor. Stadnyk played over 100 roles, mostly character roles in a realist style, in plays by Mykhailo Starytsky, Marko Kropyvnytsky, William Shakespeare, Moliere, Johann Christoph Friedrich Schiller, and Nikolai Gogol. As a director he staged over 200 productions of dramas, operas, and operettas. Here he is taking a role in a performance of a Ukrainian epic folk ballad (duma) referred to as 'Duma about Marusya Boguslavka'. Date: 1919

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Front page of 'Le Journal Amusant', with a caricature of Don Carlos Featured Friedrich Schiller Print

Front page of 'Le Journal Amusant', with a caricature of Don Carlos

XJL379452 Front page of 'Le Journal Amusant', with a caricature of Don Carlos, from the opera 'Don Carlos', by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901): by Darfou, Arjou Henri (1832-74) & Lafosse, G (19th century); Bibliotheque-Musee de L'Opera National de Paris, France; (add.info.: Premiere 1867; Libretto based on the play 'Don Carlos, Infant von Spanien' by Friedrich Schiller; The story is based on conflicts in the life of Carlos, Prince of Asturias (1545-68);); French, out of copyright

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Thomas Carlyle, Scottish writer Featured Friedrich Schiller Print

Thomas Carlyle, Scottish writer

Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), Scottish writer, essayist, historian, teacher and social commentator. Carlyle was raised as a strict Calvinist. He married Jane Baillie Welsh in 1826 and subsequently moved to London where he became a social commentator and a leading figure in Victorian society. He initially established himself as an expert on German literature. His major works included 'The Life of Friedrich Schiller' (1825), 'The French Revolution' (1837), 'Sartor Resartus' (1838), 'Chartism' (1840), 'Past and Present' (1843), and the 6-volume 'History of Friedrich II of Prussia: Called Fredrick the Great' (1858-65). Artwork by Ernst Hader

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