strolling actor

strolling actor
бродячий актер

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  • strolling player — noun (historical) An itinerant actor • • • Main Entry: ↑stroll …   Useful english dictionary

  • actor — Synonyms and related words: Artful Dodger, Casanova, Don Juan, Machiavel, Machiavelli, Machiavellian, Roscius, actress, affecter, agent, antagonist, antihero, architect, author, bad guy, bamboozler, barnstormer, befuddler, beguiler, bit, bit part …   Moby Thesaurus

  • strolling player — Synonyms and related words: Ahasuerus, Ancient Mariner, Argonaut, Flying Dutchman, Goliard, Odysseus, Oisin, Ossian, Roscius, Ulysses, actor, actress, antagonist, bad guy, barnstormer, bird of passage, character, character actor, character man,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • strolling player — /stroʊlɪŋ ˈpleɪə/ (say strohling playuh) noun (formerly in England) an actor who travelled with a theatrical company from place to place giving performances in theatres, inns, or wherever an audience could be found …  

  • Barry Sullivan (stage actor) — Thomas Barry Sullivan (5 July 1821 ndash; 3 May 1891), was an acclaimed stage actor of the late nineteenth century, who played many classical parts in England, Australia and America. He was christened Thomas Sullivan, son of Peter Sullivan and… …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Maguire (actor) — Michael Maguire Born Michael L. Maguire February 20, 1955 (1955 02 20) (age 56) Newport News, Virginia, USA Occupation Actor Spouse Marita Geraghty (div. 2001), Shelly Smith …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Cox (actor) — Robert Cox (died December 1655) was a seventeenth century English actor, best known for creating and performing the drolls that were a permitted form of dramatic entertainment during the English Civil War and the Interregnum, when theatres were… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard III (1699 play) — HistoryFor almost 200 of the play’s 400 year history Shakespeare’s Richard III found its audience in the adaptation of the Colley Cibber, a noted theatre manager, actor and playwright (*6.11.1671 / +11.12.1757) attempted to stage for its first… …   Wikipedia

  • Heinrich Zschokke — Johann Heinrich Daniel Zschokke (March 22, 1771 ndash; June 27, 1848) was a German author and reformer.Born in Magdeburg, Prussia, he was educated at the monasterial (Kloster) school and at the Altstädter Gymnasium there. He spent some time as… …   Wikipedia

  • The Pickwick Papers — For the 1952 film, see The Pickwick Papers (film). For the 1985 television series, see The Pickwick Papers (1985 television series). The Pickwick Papers   …   Wikipedia

  • John O'Keeffe (Irish writer) — John O Keeffe (June 24, 1747 ndash; February 4, 1833), dramatist, wrote a number of farces and amusing dramatic pieces, many of which had great success. Among these are Tony Lumpkin in Town (1778), Wild Oats (1791), Love in a Camp , and Omai – A… …   Wikipedia


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