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Henslowe

Philip. died 1616, English theatre manager, noted also for his diary
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Although Alleyn's most significant Sussex connection was his relationship with Henslowe, born in Lindfield in Sussex in 1555, Alleyn's family had interests in Sussex that predated Alleyn's entry into the Henslowe circle.
8) There is one touch that may feel familiar to a student of Daborne's letters to Henslowe.
7) Preempting potential offence twice in twenty lines is suggestive that the text could offend someone at court, wherein the patrons of both London companies (including Henslowe and Alleyn) and Edmund Tilney, Master of the Revels, would presumably have been in attendance.
Henslowe, who staged at least one of Shakespeare's plays, 'Titus Andronicus', recorded 30 occasions when he dined with a Gilbert East who was also Henslowe's bailiff for properties that he owned.
15) Critics have long puzzled over Dekker's involvement in the play that Henslowe noted as "the first part of Fortunatus" in 1596, two years before he began to record dramatists' names in his diary.
Its position in the Admiral's repertory is more problematic than this attribution implies, however, since it is conventionally given a date of about 1589 and is sometimes taken to be the Muly Mollocco of which Henslowe records fourteen performances by Lord Strange's Men in 1592 and early 1593 (Henslowe 16-19).
Henslowe Fisk (Jeremy Northam) takes his cantankerous father Horatio (Peter OToole) to a lecture on the transmigration of souls.
Set in the Edwardian era, Peter O'Toole is the curmudgeonly Horatio Fisk whose few pleasures left in life include belittling his well-meaning son Henslowe (Jeremy Northam).
On a regular visit to his cantankerous father Horatio (Peter O'Toole), Henslowe Fisk (Jeremy Northam) tries to amuse him with a visit to a lecture.
In early 20th century London, Henslowe Fisk (Jeremy Northam) makes his regular Thursday visit to his cantankerous father Horatio (Peter O'Toole) and decides to amuse him by dragging him to a lectureon' the transmigration of souls'.
Determined to learn more, Henslowe enlists the help of conveyancer Wrather (Bryan Brown) to procure a bottle of the rare 1989 Imperial Tokay wine, which should lure the dean to dinner.
Henslowe Fisk (Jeremy Northam) takes his cantankerous father Horatio (Peter O'Toole) to a lecture on the transmigration of souls, delivered by Swami Nala Prash (Art Malik).