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Macbeth W.P.A. Federal Theatre Negro unit

The WPA Federal Theatre Project/Negro Theatre Project provided employment and apprenticeships to black playwrights, directors, actors, and technicians. The project offered a much needed source of assistance for African American theatre from 1935 to

Macbeth.  One of my very favorite works by Shakespeare.  What a beaut.  I love the language, even if I needed a Sparknotes parallel as well... Heh heh.  ;)

One of my very favorite works by Shakespeare. What a beaut. I love the language, even if I needed a Sparknotes parallel as well.

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The Three Weird Sisters (Joshua Cristall/William Charles Sheeres/Rowlandson/ Unknown I, II/ John Runciman/ J.

The turning point in this story is in Act III.Lady Macbeth talk to Macbeth," It is better to be a victim than to live in fear on the profits of victimizing someone else"(III.ii. 8-9).

The turning point in this story is in Act III.Lady Macbeth talk to Macbeth," It is better to be a victim than to live in fear on the profits of victimizing someone else"(III.

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Federal Theatre Negro Unit [presents] Macbeth by William Shakespeare - Artist: Anthony Velonis - WPA NYC Federal Art Project -

Where The Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls // On the list of 50 Children's Books…

50 Children's Books You Should Definitely Reread as an Adult

Where the Red Fern Grows--Wilson Rawls This book makes me cry every time I read it. One of my favorites.

An orderly line is a safe line!  WPA poster promoting safety during civil defense air raid drills.

An Orderly Line Is a Safe Line- WWII civil defense air raid drills poster promoting safety and orderly conduct. A Federal Art Project by Christopher DeNoon from the New York City Works Progress Administration War Service, between 1941 and

Macbeth Poster/Mailer (UPDATED) : Christopher Welch

This chess piece (the king) represents Macbeth and how he has fallen and lost his kingship.

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Act II scene ii Lady Macbeth: A foolish thought,/To say a sorry sight.

Movie Posters - Jean-Sébastien ROSSBACH

S Rossbach finally added the graphic design to my poster for Orson Welles’ Macbeth.

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