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bmarshphd posted: " Celebrity photographer, Benjamin Falk, produced this photographic portrait of stage actress Maria Vanoni. The reverse of the cabinet card is inscribed by the actress who wrote "Your true friend, Maria Vanoni". Miss Vanoni received mention in Folio (18"
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MARIA VANONI: STAGE ACTRESS AND SOMEBODY'S "TRUE FRIEND"

by bmarshphd

VANONI_0021 Celebrity photographer, Benjamin Falk, produced this photographic portrait of stage actress Maria Vanoni. The reverse of the cabinet card is inscribed by the actress who wrote "Your true friend, Maria Vanoni".

Miss Vanoni received mention in Folio (1884) when she appeared in "Orpheus and Eurydice" as a member of the Miles & Bartons Opera Bouffe Company. She was described as "a graceful sprightly actress of the French school". "Opera Bouffe" is a genre of late 19th century French operetta. This genre was known for its components of comedy satire, parody and farse.

Miss Vanoni received mention in Folio (1884) when she appeared in "Orpheus and Eurydice" as a member of the Miles & Bartons Opera Bouffe Company. She was described as "a graceful sprightly actress of the French school". "Opera Bouffe" is a genre of late 19th century French operetta. This genre was known for its components of comedy satire, parody and farse.

Miss Vanoni received mention in Folio (1884) when she appeared in "Orpheus and Eurydice" as a member of the Miles & Bartons Opera Bouffe Company. She was described as "a graceful sprightly actress of the French school". "Opera Bouffe" is a genre of late 19th century French operetta. This genre was known for its components of comedy satire, parody and farse.

Miss Vanoni received mention in Folio (1884) when she appeared in "Orpheus and Eurydice" as a member of the Miles & Bartons Opera Bouffe Company. She was described as "a graceful sprightly actress of the French school". "Opera Bouffe" is a genre of late 19th century French operetta. This genre was known for its components of comedy satire, parody and farse.

 

bmarshphd | August 11, 2013 at 6:25 pm | Categories: Actresses, Photographer: Falk | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-39q

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