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List Of University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill Alumni - Arts and Literature - Playwrights
... Name Class Major Notability Paul Green 1921 Dramatic art Playwright and Pulitzer Prize winner Kermit Hunter Grad ... Dramatic art and English Playwright Amon Liner 1965 Dramatic art Poet and playwright ...
Alan Edwards (actor)
... Edwards won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art ... began his teaching career at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art ... was brought to Australia to teach at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Sydney ...
James Kemsley - Early TV and Acting Career
... Kemsley attended the Independent School of Dramatic Art, North Sydney (1968-71) as well as a National Institute of Dramatic Art Playwright Forum in 1973 and a RADA Professional ... Kemsley studied acting at the Independent Theatre of Dramatic Art from 1969 - 1972 under Doris Fitton and attended the Playwright Forum at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1973 under ... Channel Nine and then studied in England at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in 1979 ...

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    The dramatic art would appear to be rather a feminine art; it contains in itself all the artifices which belong to the province of woman: the desire to please, facility to express emotions and hide defects, and the faculty of assimilation which is the real essence of woman.
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

    Listen where thou art sitting
    Under the glassy, cool, translucent wave,
    In twisted braids of lilies knitting
    The loose train of thy amber-dropping hair;
    Listen for dear honour’s sake,
    Goddess of the silver lake,
    Listen and save.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    The dramatic art would appear to be rather a feminine art; it contains in itself all the artifices which belong to the province of woman: the desire to please, facility to express emotions and hide defects, and the faculty of assimilation which is the real essence of woman.
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)