Some articles on actors, actor:

Stroud - Notable People - Actors
... Tim McInnerny, actor, Blackadder), attended Marling School William Moseley, actor, "The Chronicles of Narnia" Emma Samms, actor, lives in Stroud Keith Allen, actor, comedian, writer, and ...
Valentin Gaft - Biography
... Among the students of the same course were future popular actors Oleg Tabakov and Maya Menglet ...
Social Network Analysis - Metrics - Connections
... Homophily The extent to which actors form ties with similar versus dissimilar others ... Mutuality/Reciprocity The extent to which two actors reciprocate each other’s friendship or other interaction ... Propinquity The tendency for actors to have more ties with geographically close others ...
Her Majesty's Theatre - History
... The end of the 17th century was a period of intense rivalry amongst London's actors, and in 1695 there was a split in the United Company, who had a monopoly on the performance of ... to improve the share of profits that would go to playwrights and actors ... by his principal associate and manager William Congreve and an actors' co-operative led by Thomas Betterton ...
Vanbrugh - Public Life - London - The Haymarket Theatre
... It was intended for the use of an actors' cooperative (see The Provoked Wife below) and hoped to improve the chances of legitimate theatre in London ... make a profit, and Vanbrugh optimistically bought up the actors' company, making himself sole owner ... He was now bound to pay salaries to the actors and, as it turned out, to manage the theatre, a notorious tightrope act for which he had no experience ...

Famous quotes containing the word actors:

    ... actors of the first water are not more plentiful than playwrights of genius.
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

    I was thinking what an interesting concept it is to eliminate the writer from the artistic process. If we can just get rid of these actors and directors, maybe we got something here.
    Michael Tolkin, U.S. screenwriter, and Robert Altman. Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins)

    To save the theatre, the theatre must be destroyed, the actors and actresses must all die of the plague. They poison the air, they make art impossible. It is not drama that they play, but pieces for the theatre. We should return to the Greeks, play in the open air; the drama dies of stalls and boxes and evening dress, and people who come to digest their dinner.
    Eleonora Duse (1859–1924)