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Also Credited As: Lily Langtry
 
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Date Of Birth:
October 13, 1853
Date Of Death:
February 12, 1929 (75)
Birth Place:
Jersey, CHANNEL ISLANDS
 
Lily Langtry Headshot
Date of Birth: October 13, 1853
Date of Death: February 12, 1929 (75)

Birth Place: Jersey, CHANNEL ISLANDS
BWW Feature: TIMELESS: A TRIBUTE TO BARBRA STREISAND AND CELINE DION Showcases Powerh Photo BWW Feature: TIMELESS: A TRIBUTE TO BARBRA STREISAND AND CELINE DION Showcases Powerhouse Performances.
by Debbie Hall - Apr 4, 2021

Two international stars’ powerful vocals can be enjoyed together in one show when tribute artists Gabriella Versace and Elisa Furr perform together. Timeless, A Tribute to Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion will be presented at the Italian American Club of Southern Nevada on April 11.

Photo Flash: Centenary Stage Presents SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE JERSEY LILY
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 12, 2016

Running now till October 23, Centenary Stage Company brings to life Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's mastermind detective Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily in the Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Performing Arts Center and audiences are raving.  "Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily was wonderful; probably the best production I've seen in the last three years. It is well cast with excellent acting. The writing was superb and on a par with a true Sherlock Holmes mystery. Go see it. No, don't just see it, observe it." - Bronc Radak, audience member

OSCAR & NOEL ENCORE at Alexander Upstairs Theatre for Two Nights Only
by David Fick - Dec 23, 2014

Peter Gilchrist wraps up the year in his tribute show to Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward, OSCAR & NOEL ENCORE, at the Alexander Bar and Cafe Upstairs Theatre.

Owner of Maywood Dance Center Named 2014 Professional Woman of the Year
by Christina Mancuso - Nov 25, 2014

Garden City, NY

BWW Reviews: SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE JERSEY LILY by Katie Forgette Ultimately Disappoints
by Frank Benge - Nov 24, 2014

If an example existed to explain the value of copyright laws, Katie Forgette's SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE JERSEY LILY might well be it. Since the copyright has expired on the characters of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson they are now in the public domain and authors other than the originator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, can use these characters in their own works. In the case of Katie Forgette, she has used them to craft a stake-less, mediocre play with more marketability than merit, while stealing freely from Doyle's stories (notably, "A Scandal in Bohemia"), Wilde and Shakespeare without capturing any of the panache or humor of any of them. Sadly, the best moments in the script are actually from "The Importance of Being Earnest" and "Romeo and Juliet".

East Lynne Theater Company Presents ALICE IN THE EDGE 6/17-7/25
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jun 2, 2009

'You have a most annoying habit of talking to me when people are present. Sometimes it is all I can do to keep my poise and appear not to be listening to you.'