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Anna Quayle

("Stop the World - I Want To Get Off")

1962 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress Musical Winner
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1963 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress Musical Winner Anna Quayle News

A look at how Hollywood depicts female journalists. (Hint: It's not always positive.)

Washington Post
Classic female reporters such as Lois Lane, Hildy Johnson in “His Girl Friday” and comics character Brenda Starr were wisecracking gals full of chutzpah who could handle breaking news just fine, thank you very much. But these days, in works like ...

1963 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress Musical Winner Anna Quayle News

Obituary: Tim Pigott-Smith

The Stage
Following Anthony Quayle's death in 1989, Pigott-Smith took control of the Compass Theatre Company, directing Denis Quilley and Jack Klaff in Peter Shaffer's The Royal Hunt of the Sun (1989) and appearing as Brutus (Julius Caesar, 1990) and Salieri ...

1963 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress Musical Winner Anna Quayle News

Exploring three continents and beyond: HPA students gain new ...

West Hawaii Today
WAIMEA — Through Hawaii Preparatory Academy's OurWorld Travel Abroad Program, 22 upper school students and six middle schoolers took off to faraway ...

1963 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress Musical Winner Anna Quayle News

Tim Pigott-Smith obituary

The Guardian
The Falstaff on television when he played Hotspur was Anthony Quayle, and he succeeded this great actor, whom he much admired as director of the touring Compass Theatre in 1989, playing Brutus in Julius Caesar and Salieri in Peter Shaffer's Amadeus ...

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