Individuals throughout the orchestra have much to offer but none less than professional guest leader Shula Oliver who played heart-stopping Scheherezade
themes with exquisite conviction.
He returned to dance and to the stage, where his most frequent role was as the Sultan in Scheherezade
Like the skilled storyteller Scheherezade
, Serafina saves the lives of her fellow prisoners by entertaining the Governor with stories about beautiful maidens, such as Miranda, who, despite her white gown and gold slippers, experiences the change of her coach into a burro, and others about picaros, rascals who love to play tricks on people, and who, through their craftiness, connive their way into heaven.
She played Scheherezade
in the miniseries ``Arabian Nights'' and appeared in the TV films ``Uprising'' and ``After the Storm.
Sometimes White admits to feeling like Scheherezade
with a case of cotton-mouth: "After sixty, you feel you are recounting the nine hundredth of the thousand and one tales you have been allotted to tell and a new friend will never catch up.
Small wonder if Stone's "nailed and mailed" Scheherezade
in Simplicity cheats at solitaire: "Scheherezade
has forgotten the executioner.
This tribute to Mikhail Fokine's choreography features Chopiniana, the sensuous and exotic Scheherezade
, and the dazzling Firebird.
In 1990, Catherine earned a small role in the French film Scheherezade
which involved her wearing very flimsy clothes.
Faramarzi, "Iraqi Judges Get Trained for War Crimes," Associated Press, January 4, 2004.
2003) [hereinafter 101st CERP Vignettes] (copy on file with author); see also Scheherezade
Faramarzi, Search for WMD in Iraq Slows to Crawl, AP, Sept.
This, I suggest, is what Yolanda has sought since her childhood, when her early contact with books introduced her to the character of Scheherezade
, the cunning young girl in The Tales of the Thousand and One Nights whose storytelling abilities save her life and her sister's.
Raymond Smullyan, The Riddle of Scheherezade
, and Other Amazing Puzzles, Ancient and Modern (New York: Alfred A.