Bob Fosse was the Director/choreographer who not only brought to Cabaret an interesting background and storyline, but folded the big musical numbers into the Kit Kat Club’s performances to better illustrate and emphasize the plot. John Kander was the music composer and Fred Ebb wrote the lyrics for both this movie and the 1966 Broadway Musical stage play. They wrote several new songs just for the film version. John van Burek was the playwright who adapted Joe Masteroff’s, 1966 book, Cabaret, for the stage. The film portrays the life of an American singer, Sally Bowles, who sings at the Kit-Kat Club in 1930s Berlin where she falls in love with bi-sexual Brian Roberts, a naïve Englishman who has just arrived in Berlin.
Drew B Little Karol Hunt: Hist Phil Prin of PE December 2, 2008 Luther Halsey Gulick Luther Halsey Gulick was a well-known writer in physical education, folk dance education and recreation. Gulick was born on December 4, 1865 in Honolulu, Hawaii. His father Luther Halsey Gulick and his mother Louisa Lewis Gulick were both Congregationalist missionaries and had seven children and Luther was the fifth child born. As a child, young Luther spent the first fifteen years of his life moving from Hawaii to Spain, Italy, and Japan. In 1880 he finally returned to the United States and in 1882 he enrolled in the preparatory department of Oberlin College.
Rendering to the customs of England and Mexico in the early 19th century and the traditions of upper class families, these daughters are destined to marry any gainfully profitable young gentleman. Preeminent family members customarily arrange their marriages and this established practice is universal. Tita’s mother Elena arranges for her second oldest daughter, Rosaura, to marry Tita’s love, Pedro. “But if you really want Pedro to get married, allow me to suggest my daughter Rosaura…..She is one hundred percent available, and ready for marriage…” (pg 13) says Elena in Like Water for Chocolate. Elizabeth’s marriage to the pastor, Mr. Collins, is cancelled, even though it is in the planning stages by her mother, Mrs. Bennett.
On August 30th 1903 Lawrence Exeter’s went to the Gossie gander baby Shoppe to buy some things for a baby he was expecting soon. On September 2nd of 1903 he paid the Hollywood hospital after getting an ultra sound. To see how mature the baby was and to predict how long before the baby gets here. In October of the same year he paid Dr. David M. McCoy for his wife’s therapy. In December of 1903 Lawrence Exeter senior now buy’s toys for his newly born for Christmas.
Lambert's trade-show dance number was recycled as the "Treasure Hunt" dance in How to Succeed..., while Fosse agreed to take a "musical staging" credit for choreographing all the other dance numbers.  Burrows also reveals that another crisis arose in rehearsals when former recording star Rudy Vallee wanted to interpolate some of his hit songs from the 1930s. On February 1, 2011 Simon & Schuster re-issued a paperback edition of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying With a New Introduction by Stanley Bing. Stanley Bing’s new introduction is written in the same style as the rest of the book and addresses office life in 2010—what has changed and what hasn’t—and all the new absurdities that the digital age has
Jerry Lee Lewis was born September 29, 1935 in Ferriday, Louisiana. When he was ten years old he shared piano lessons with his cousins. Lewis mixed rock- solid boogie patterns with gospel and country. His mother enrolled him in a bible college in Waxahatchie, Texas so that he would be exclusively singing his songs to the Lord. They say that the Killer did a boogie- woogie version of “My God Is Real” at a church Assembly which got him thrown out of Bible College.
1910 Jan 1st - Simpson-Hayward (England) takes 6-43 on debut with underarm lobs Jan 2nd - 1st junior high schools in US opens (Berkeley Calif) Jan 3rd - British miners strike for 8 hour working day Jan 7th - Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators sweep Galt (Ont) in 2 games Jan 10th - 1st international air meet in US held, in LA Jan 10th - Lunt-Fontanne Theater (Globe) opens at 205 W 46th St NYC Jan 13th - JM Synge's "Deirdre of the Sorrows," premieres in Dublin Jan 19th - Germany & Bolivia ends commerce/friendship treaty Jan 19th - National Institute of Arts & Letters incorporated by Congress Jan 20th - Ottawa Senators sweep Edmonton in 2 for Stanley Cup (2nd of 1910) Jan 21st - British-Russian military intervention in Persia Jan 22nd -
A year after her mother started giving her formal piano lessons. After a year of piano lessons she began giving public recitals playing the works of Handel, Beethoven, Chopin, and also played some of her own work. She made her professional debut in Bosten in 1883, playing Chopin’s Rondo in E-flat and Moscheles’s G minor Concerto. Shortly after that she appeared as a soloist with Boston Symphony Orchestra. Beach ended up marrying a surgeon 24 years older that her.
In the famous novel, The Great Gatsby, the author F. Scott Fitzgerald, creates a satire that comments on the ridiculous American ideals shown through multiple love maps between the high class and the lower class. It expresses how the women were known to think, as well as the different ways and views between the rich and the poor. The first sign of zaire occurred in the first paragraph when Daisy, talking about he day her little girl was born, stated “Alright…I’m glad it’s a girl. And I hope she’ll be a little fool---that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.” After reading that I had a good idea on how the women were viewed in this book. On the same page Daisy also said, “I’ve been everywhere and
He started receiving full time Musial classes from Christian Gottlob Neefe, the newly appointed Court Organist. Christian Neefe introduced Beethoven to the famous Bach. Neefe saw real talent in Beethoven. Not only did Neefe teach Beethoven music, but also taught him about ancient and modern philosophy. In 1782, before he was even twelve years old Beethoven published his first musical composition.