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Theatre
Karolina Marszałkowska
I'm coming on stage The curtain is still down I know I'm at right age And that I won't play a clown My role is somewhat strange Although it change...Rate it

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THE TRAGIC THEATRE
ILIAS FOUKIS
Of all the artistic failures that have nothing to do with either law’s... or the Muses... pay attention to the main one... Protect your heads from...Rate it

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Address Delivered At The Opening Of The New Theatre At Richmond
Henry Timrod
A Prize Poem A fairy ring Drawn in the crimson of a battle-plain -- From whose weird circle every loathsome thing And sight and sound of pain Are ...Rate it

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Address, At The Opening of a New Theatre
Fitz-Greene Halleck
Where dwells the Drama's spirit? not alone Beneath the palace roof, beside the throne, In learning's cloisters, friendship's festal bowers, Art's p...Rate it

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Address, Spoken At The Opening Of Drury-Lane Theatre. Saturday, October 10, 1812
George Gordon Lord Byron
In one dread night our city saw, and sigh'd, Bow'd to the dust, the Drama's tower of pride In one short hour beheld the blazing fane, Apollo sink, ...Rate it

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An Occasional Prologue, Delivered Previous To The Performance Of 'The Wheel Of Fortune' At A Private Theatre
George Gordon Lord Byron
Since the refinement of this polish'd age Has swept irnmortal raillery from the stage; Since taste has now expunged licentious wit, Which stamp'd d...Rate it

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At The Abbey Theatre
William Butler Yeats
DEAR Craoibhin Aoibhin, look into our case. When we are high and airy hundreds say That if we hold that flight they'll leave the place, While those...Rate it

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At The Theatre
Constantine P. Cavafy
I got bored looking at the stage and raised my eyes to the box circle. In one of the boxes I saw you with your strange beauty, your decadent youthf...Rate it

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Burning of the Exeter Theatre
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1887, which many people will long remember, The burning of the Theatre at Exeter on the 5th of September, Alas! that ever-to-b...Rate it

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In the Old Theatre, Fiesole (April, 1887)
Thomas Hardy
I traced the Circus whose gray stones incline Where Rome and dim Etruria interjoin, Till came a child who showed an ancient coin That bore the i...Rate it

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In The Old Theatre, Fiesole.
Thomas Hardy
I traced the Circus whose gray stones incline Where Rome and dim Etruria interjoin, Till came a child who showed an ancient coin That bore the i...Rate it

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Prologue For The Women, When They Acted at the Old Theatre, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields
John Dryden
Were none of you, gallants, e'er driven so hard, As when the poor kind soul was under guard, And could not do 't at home, in some by-street To t...Rate it

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Prologue to His Royal Highness, Upon His First Appearance at the Duke's Theatre After His Return from Scotland.
John Dryden
In those cold regions which no summers cheer, Where brooding darkness covers half the year, To hollow caves the shivering natives go, Bears rang...Rate it

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The Burning of the People's Variety Theatre, Aberdeen
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1896, and on the 30th of September, Which many people in Aberdeen will long remember; The burning of the People's Variety Thea...Rate it

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THE THEATRE
Elias Foukis
The one who will play the role of the one carried on shoulders like a dead man... Starting tomorrow when he will have accomplished a trip o...Rate it

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Theatre of Sidon (400 B.C.)
Constantine P. Cavafy
Son of an honorable citizen—most important of all, a good-looking young man of the theatre, amiable in many ways. I sometimes write highly audaciou...Rate it

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To An Unfortunate Woman At The Theatre
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Maiden, that with sullen brow Sitt'st behind those virgins gay, Like a scorched and mildew'd bough, Leafless mid the blooms of May. Him who lured ...Rate it

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