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Ziegfeld

Florenz . 1869--1932, US theatrical producer, noted for his series of extravagant revues (1907--31), known as the Ziegfeld Follies
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Ziegfeld, the eminent Broadway impresario of the day, immediately choreographed a pogo routine into his show.
9 world premiere of Paramount's "Zoolander 2," an event that almost assuredly would have unfolded at the Ziegfeld.
When it opens in the fall of 2017, The Ziegfeld Ballroom will be Midtown Manhattan's only freestanding, street-level event space.
But Duff Gordon, although an excellent designer with an extensive client base and an unerring sense for publicity, suffered cash flow problems by 1915; around 1916, she accepted Florenz Ziegfeld's offer to design costumes for Ziegfeld Follies, an arrangement that lasted until 1922.
Will Smith and his family have been strutting the red carpet at the Men In Black 3 premiere, held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York.
The final Ziegfeld Follies opens at the Winter Garden Theatre, 25 years after its namesake's death.
It should also be noted that Ziegfeld was involved in planning and editing the 40th yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education: The Arts in American Life and Education (1941).
1932: Florenz Ziegfeld, the US impresario famed for his girls and staircases in his Follies shows, died.
As a youngster in Baltimore, Ray Peper had a neighbor who had made costumes for the Ziegfeld Follies.
The biography chronicles Marshall's middle class upbringing; his TV variety show, Broadway, and live performances (including with the Ziegfeld Follies and Frank Sinatra); his time in the US Army; his personal life; and his career as a writer, ventriloquist, puppeteer, musician, publisher, historian, comedian, and in other roles, integrated with memories of his own life as his son.
Century Girl: 100 Years in the Life of Doris Eaton Travis, Last Living Star of the Ziegfeld Follies By Lauren Redniss.
He co-wrote that with his wife, Norah Bayes, and pitched it to impresario Florenz Ziegfeld for the Ziegfeld Follies.