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This one in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a play by William Shakespeare. Answer: The director decides how best to perform the story of the play. © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. ★ © Bob Krust/Corbis 51 RCH LI T GH D Actress SE A A Commanding ame Judi Dench is one of England’s most famous and admired actresses. Judith Olivia Dench was born in 1934. In 1957 she had her professional stage debut as Hamlet’s love, Ophelia, in Dame Judi Dench has Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. Her performance and delivery made a number were delicate but intelligent, and the character came alive of films and for audiences.
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She trained as a pianist, but her heart was in dancing. When her family moved to Los Angeles, she studied dance. One of Tallchief’s teachers, dancer Bronislava Nijinska, was strict. She always said, “When you sleep, sleep like a ballerina. ” Tallchief worked hard for five years and then joined the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. She danced in many ballets and even gave solo performances. Some of these solos were in Scheherazade and choreographer George Balanchine’s Serenade and Firebird. Tallchief receiving National Medal of Arts from President Bill Clinton in 1999.