Julia Marlowe (August 17, 1865 – November 12, 1950) was an English-born American actress known for her interpretations of William Shakespeare.
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... By this time, Marlowe and Sothern were known as the premier Shakespearean actors in their day ... In 1906 Julia wrote a letter to her friend Elisabeth Greer during her 1905-1906 season in which she was performing The Merchant of Venice, The Taming of the Shrew, and Twelfth Night with co-star and future ... I am, Faithfully Julia Marlowe After another season in New York and then on tour, Sothern, Marlowe and their company crossed the Atlantic to play in London ...
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“Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection. ... genius chooses its materials with a view to their beauty and effectiveness; mere talent copies what it thinks is nature, only to find it has been deceived by the external grossness of things.”
—Julia Marlowe (18661950)
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