Revival may refer to:

  • Resuscitation of a person
  • Language revival of an extinct language
  • Revival (sports team) of a defunct team
  • Revival (television) of a former television series
  • Revival (theatre) of a former hit play in a new production

Read more about Revival:  Architectural Movements, Music, Religion, Geography, Other Uses

Other articles related to "revival":

Peter Gennaro - Stage Productions
1997 Annie (revival) (Choreography) 1989 Threepenny Opera (Musical Staging) 1983 Singin' In the Rain (London) (Choreography) 1982 Little Me (revival) (Choreography) 1980 West Side Story (revival) (Co-Choreography ...
Old Whaler's Church (Sag Harbor)
... notable Presbyterian church built in 1844 in the Egyptian Revival style ... most important (surviving) example of Egyptian revival style in the United States," and "the best example of the Egyptian Revival style in the U.S ... church was designed by Minard Lafever in an Egyptian Revival style that includes Greek Revival elements ...
The Gothic Revival Influence On English Gardens
... and Chinese architecture were joined by gothic revival ruins in English gardens ... This was largely the result of poet Horace Walpole, who introduced gothic revival features into his house and garden at Strawberry Hill in Twickenham ... Hill or the gothic promenade, with a gothic revival building ...
Revival - Other Uses
... Aitaira (Revival), a political party in Abkhazia The Revival (UK magazine), a magazine for British Muslims Revival (quartet), a barbershop quartet ...
Adventure Comics - Revival - Main Feature - Superboy: The Boy of Steel (former)
... After visiting Lex Luthor's childhood home in Smallville, Superman arrives and talks to Conner about his desire to understand his "other father" ... Superman tells Conner not to worry about Luthor, saying that the madman is a problem for the Man of Steel ...

Famous quotes containing the word revival:

    I do not think a revival of business will be greatly postponed by [Samuel J.] Tilden’s election. Business prosperity does not, in my judgment, depend on government so much as men commonly think.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Mother goddesses are just as silly a notion as father gods. If a revival of the myths of these cults gives woman emotional satisfaction, it does so at the price of obscuring the real conditions of life. This is why they were invented in the first place.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)