The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn: Fine Art as a Way of Life: A Memoir
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THE LEGACY OF KATHARINE HEPBURN: Fine Art as a Way of Life
Maryann Pasda DiEdwardo Memoir
The legacy of the late Katharine Hepburn undeniably benefits a twenty-first century audience, because Kate identifies the artistic spirit. As one of the most important women of the twentieth century, Hepburn was an artist who exemplified the independent character, freedom and opportunity available to women as paramount whether she was on stage or in film. As the late Hepburn, she has become a living art spirit with a legacy that acts as a shining example.
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CONTENTS Cover Illustration Abstract Prologue Introduction CHAPTER ONE Edith Evans' Performances of Rosalind in 1926 and 1937 1 Katharine Hepburn's Performance of Rosalind in 1950 7 Vanessa Redgrave's Performance of Rosalind in 1961 ...
Edith Evans played Rosalind in productions of As You Like It at the Old Vic Theatre in London England in 1926 under that direction of Andrew Leigh, and again in 1937 directed by Esme Church; Katharine Hepburn portrayed the heroine at ...
... Barbara Traister and the Head of the English Department, Frank Hook, helped me design a project entitled: ”Rosalind in the Twentieth Century: An Analysis of Performances by Edith Evans, Katharine Hepburn and Vanessa Redgrave.
Rosalind is the primary focus of this discussion and analysis of the performances of three actresses who played her. Dame Edith Evans played Rosalind in productions of As You Like It at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in 1926 and ...
Other well-known American actresses who played Rosalind during the nineteenth century were Charlotte Cushman, ... Thus, the first performance of Edith Evans in As You Like It in 1926 at the Old Vic was produced by Andrew Leigh in the ...
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CHAPTER THREE Conclusions
Edith Evans Performances in 1926 with Old Vic
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