Hedda Gabler. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen
. Translated by Eva Le Gallienne
. Production Supervised by Margaret Webster. Cort Theatre: 24 Feb 1948- 6 Mar 1948 (15 performances). Cast: Herbert Berghof
(as "Judge Brack"), Robert Emhardt
(as "George Tesman"), Marion Evenson (as "Miss Julia Tesman"), Eva Le Gallienne (as ...
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I happen to believe that the liberating movements of our time are devised and thought up, not for the people they are supposed to champion, but to splinter society. In the case of women's liberation, if the state gets the women out of the house working, they can get to the children and bring them up. I thing that has been the game plan all along.
His father was Russian-born and his mother was Romanian-born; both were from Jewish families. Zimbalist was an early practitioner and proponent of Transcendental Meditation, as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, prior to his conversion to Christianity.
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