Julia Marlowe quotes

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... unless the actor is able to discourse most eloquently without opening his lips, he lacks the prime essential of a finished art ...
The inability to listen and to depict in the countenance what others have said has spoiled many a good actress.
The requirements of the theatre are very great--a strong constitution, energy and unflagging purpose, charm of feature, these alon ...
Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection. ... genius chooses its materials with a view to their beauty and effectiven ...
Art is beauty, and every exposition of art, whether it be music, painting, or the drama, should be subservient to that one great e ...
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