A short story that explores themes of prostitution and poverty. James-Hale-Nobodys-Sister-January-1915-Vol.-6-No.-4
An essay that explores stage presence and de Wagstaffe’s notion of the “sensuous appeal.” William-de-Wagstaffe-Why-Does-the-Sensuous-Prevail-on-the-Stage-November-1915
One of the most infamous censored brothel plays of the 1913 season.
Freak Plays–Theatre–July, 1915
The Stage Struck Girl–Theatre November 1915
This is an excerpt from The Red Kimona (1925), directed by Dorothy Davenport – a.k.a. Mrs. Wallace Reid, an actress married to popular matinee idol Wallace Reid. She took his […]
The Cheat (1915) was directed by Cecil B. DeMille for Paramount Pictures, and stars Fannie Ward and Sessue Hayakawa (noted as the screen’s first Japanese American film star). The film […]