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Mrs. Fiske - Career
... According to the New York Times article "Ibsen or Shakespeare?" (March 18, 1928), Harrison Fiske was 12 years old when he first set eyes on the future Mrs ... Her love for performing Ibsen over Shakespeare, and her posture that Ibsen is the better study for actors, can not be overstated ... She told the New York Times in January 1908 "Ibsen is of interest to the actor because properly to understand a role you must study the character from its earliest childhood ...
Catiline (play)
... Catiline or Catilina was Henrik Ibsen's first play ... during winter 1848–49 and first performed under Ibsen's name on December 3, 1881 at the Nya Teatern (New Theater), Stockholm, Sweden ... The first Norwegian performance under Ibsen's name was at Det Nye Teater in Oslo on August 24, 1935 ...
Lake Ibsen
... Lake Ibsen is a small lake near Leeds in Benson County, North Dakota, USA ... Coulee flows from Hurricane Lake, through Lake Ibsen, to Silver Lake ... Lake Ibsen got its name from Norwegian settlers ...
Mrs. Fiske - Selected Theater Appearances
... Hester Crewe by Harrison Grey Fiske, New York (1893) A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1894) This Picture and That! by Brander Matthews, Texas (1896) Cesarine by Alexandre Dumas ... York (1902) Tess of D' Urbervilles, New York (1902) A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1902) Little Italy and Divorcons, New York (1902) Mary of Magdala ... Louisiana (1907) Leah Kleschna, Louisiana (1907) Rosmersholm by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1907) Salvation Nell by Edward Sheldon, New York (1908) The Pillars of Society by Henrik Ibsen, New York (1910) The ...
A/S Aero
... Norwegian airline company founded by Tancred Ibsen in January 1920 ... The company was financed by Tancred Ibsen's uncle, businessman Einar Bjørnson, and two shipowners ... prohibited the export of German surplus aircraft, but Ibsen nevertheless got permission from the Norwegian Ministry of Defence to import the five German aircraft ...

Famous quotes containing the word ibsen:

    The thing is, you see, that the strongest man in the world is the man who stands alone.
    —Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)

    In that second it dawned on me that I had been living here for eight years with a strange man and had borne him three children.
    —Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)

    It was then that I began to look into the seams of your doctrine. I wanted only to pick at a single knot; but when I had got that undone, the whole thing raveled out. And then I understood that it was all machine-sewn.
    —Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)