Citations with the tag: ROSE, Philip
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- Broadway Trailblazer.
Rose, Philip; Horwitz, Simi // Back Stage; 7/6/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 27, p32
Profiles theatrical producer Philip Rose. Personal background; Views on the changes in the theater industry; Motivation for producing the drama `A Raisin in the Sun'; His political views.
- Philip Rose.
Stones, John // Money Marketing; 6/27/2002, p35
Profiles Wentworth Rose chief executive officer Philip Rose. Amount of assets under management at Wentworth; Educational background of Rose; Career prior to founding Wentworth.
- IN MEMORIAM.
Stones, John // American Theatre; Sep2011, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p21
The article presents an obituary for stage director and producer Philip Rose.
- Rose to bloom at pic praisery.
Dawtrey, Adam // Daily Variety; 6/7/2005, Vol. 287 Issue 47, p6
Reports on the appointment of Philip Rose to spearhead a new marketing division at film public relations company, McDonald & Rutter in Great Britain.
- NBTF: Black theater at its best.
Armstrong, Linda // New York Amsterdam News; 8/14/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 33, p23
The article presents information related to the 14th anniversary National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, held August 4-9. The event was a calling home for many in the theater industry and for the public who love them. Actress, Diahann Carroll received the Sidney Poitier...
Armstrong, Linda // Daily Variety; 6/8/2011, Vol. 311 Issue 46, p42
The article presents obituaries of several notable people including producer Philip Rose, author Gerald Borman, and animator Karen Aqua.
- Rose is ready to make return.
York, Nicola // Money Marketing; 6/21/2007, p1
The article reports on the plan of former Wentworth Rose Ltd. founding director Philip Rose to set up a new independent financial adviser (IFA) firm and to concentrate on creating "state of the art information technology systems in Great Britain. The plan aims to build value from funds under...
- Rose aims for marzipan slice with Chadney Bulgin merger.
Salih, Chris // Money Marketing; 8/7/2008, p8
The article reports on the move of pension advisory firm Chandos Rose to merge with Hampshire independent financial advisor (IFA) Chadney Bulgin. The merger will trade Chandos in the pension and investment markets, while Chadney Bulgin will be used for mortgage business. According to Philip...
- THE THEATRE.
Salih, Chris // New Yorker; 11/21/83, Vol. 59 Issue 40, p208
Broadway theatre serves many functions only nominally related to the composition and performance of first-rate plays and musical comedies. Some of the shows that arrived recently on the Broadway seems as if they came through some accident of entrepreneurial or absent-mindedness. "Brothers" a...
- Wentworth four set up new firm.
York, Nicola // Money Marketing; 11/15/2007, p1
The article reports that the founders of retirement specialist advisory firm Wentworth Rose Ltd. are reuniting to set up an IFA business. The new business enterprise will focus on wrap and pension advice. The new advisory firm called Chandos Rose is operating on a test basis at the moment but...
- Disciplinary Tribunal decision.
York, Nicola // Chartered Accountants Journal; Nov2008, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p52
The article presents an overview on the public hearing of the Disclipnary Tribunal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants held in New Zealand on October 8, 2008. The public the members attended hearing includes Gary Malcolm Hobbs and Philip Shane Ikanui Rose. Information about the decision of...
- Rose moves into chalet business.
York, Nicola // Money Marketing; 7/2/2009, p3
The article reports on the plan of Chandos Rose founder Philip Rose in setting up an Alpine house rental business in 2009 in Great Britain. It states that after Chadney Bulgin has acquired Chandos Rose, Philip remained a stockholder. It cites that Chandos was founded in 2007 by Rose and...
Lewis, Theophilus // America; 5/9/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 18, p510
The article reviews the theatrical production "Purlie," directed by Philip Rose, starring Cleavon Little, Novella Nelson, and John Heffernan.
- Rose steps down after 15 years as Aegon takes over.
Greenwood, John // Money Marketing; 4/22/2004, p72
Reports on the departure of Philip Rose as the founding director of Aegon. Appointm ent of Tudor Taylor as the successor of Rose; Plan of Rose to travel around the world for a year; Comment of Aegon UK Distribution manager director Peter Dornan on the departure of Rose.
- A RAISIN IN THE SUN.
Greenwood, John // Ebony; Apr1961, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p53
The article reviews the film "A Raisin in the Sun," starring Sidney Poitier and Claudia McNeil, produced by David Susskind and Philip Rose.
- IN MEMORIAM.
Greenwood, John // Dramatist; Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p4
The article presents an obituaries for Hugh Martin, composer of the song "Have Yourself A Merry Christmas," Arthur Marx, composer of "The Impossible Years" and author of the book "Minnie's Boys," and Philip Rose, Broadway producer, director and writer.
- ROYAL TREATMENT.
Tarricone, Paul // Lighting Design & Application; Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p53
The article focuses on the lighting design for Sackler Crossing at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Richmond, Surrey in England created by Mark Major and Philip Rose of Speirs and Major Associates. The lighting design won a 2007 Paul Waterbury International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Award...
- THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT.
Tarricone, Paul // Ebony; Feb1965, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p98
The article reviews the theatrical performance of "The Owl and the Pussycat," produced by Philip Rose and performed by Diana Sands, and Alan Alda.
- Learning to Hate Tiny Tim.
Gill, Brendan // New Yorker; 1/7/1980, Vol. 55 Issue 47, p57
The article reviews two theatrical productions staged in New York City including "Comin' Uptown," directed by Philip Rose and performed by Gregory Hines at the Winter Garden theater, and "A Piece of Monologue," directed by Samuel Beckett and performed by David Warrilow at the La Mama theater.
- YOU CAN'T DO THAT ON BROADWAY (Book).
Gill, Brendan // Ebony; Mar2002, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p20
Reviews the book 'You Can't Do That on Broadway,' by Philip Rose.
- Change could be as good as the rest.
Lewis, Adam // Fund Strategy; 8/8/2005, p28
Highlights the statement of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (Swip) investment director Philip Rose that the group is not planning any immediate changes to the way the fund is managed, despite poor performance from the Strategic Growth fund. Decision of SWIP to relaunch its fund of funds...
- YOU CAN'T DO THAT ON BROADWAY! (Book review).
Stasio, Marilyn // Variety; 7/9/2001, Vol. 383 Issue 7, p31
Reviews the book `You Can't Do That On Broadway!,' by Philip Rose.
- You Can't Do That On Broadway!, 'A Raisin In The Sun' And Other Theatrical Improbabilities.
Stasio, Marilyn // Variety Movie Reviews; 7/ 8/2001, p1
The article reviews the book "You Can't Do That On Broadway!, 'A Raisin In The Sun' And Other Theatrical Improbabilities," by Philip Rose.
- YOU CAN'T DO THAT ON BROADWAY! (Book Review).
Ivry, Benjamin // American Theatre;
Reviews the book 'You Can't Do That on Broadway! A Raisin in the Sun and Other Theatrical Improbabilities,' by Philip Rose.
- Chandos Rose seeking high-calibre staff.
York, Nicola // Money Marketing; 12/20/2007, p8
The article focuses on the institution of Chandos Rose, a specialist pension adviser firm that was founded by Rose Philip Rose and directors Ray Peyre, Mark Chandler and Malcolm Thomas in Great Britain. The new company is allegedly established to provide wrap and pension advice. As shared by...
- YOU CAN'T DO THAT ON BROADWAY (Book review).
Abbott, Charlotte; Gold, Sarah F.; Rotella, Mark // Publishers Weekly; 5/28/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 22, p64
Reviews the book `You Can't Do That On Broadway: `A Raisin in the Sun' and Other Theatrical Improbabilities,' by Philip Rose.
- You Can't Do That on Broadway! (Book Review).
Paulk, J. Sara // Library Journal; 6/15/2001, Vol. 126 Issue 11, p76
Reviews the book 'You Can't Do That on Broadway: A 'Raisin in the Sun' and Other Improbabilities,' by Philip Rose.
- Comic Scrooge, Demonic Shlemiel Dickens updated in Harlem, Singer in a magic shtetl.
Clarke, Stefan Kanfer Gerald // Time; 12/31/1979, Vol. 114 Issue 27, p44
The article reviews the theatrical productions "Comin' Uptown," with music by Garry Sherman, book by Philip Rose and lyrics by Peter Udell and "Teibele and Her Demon," by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Eve Friedman.
- Memorable Photo.
Clarke, Stefan Kanfer Gerald // Ebony; Sep2006, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p242
The article describes a photograph of Lloyd Richards, African American theater director of the play "A Raisin in the Sun," with his production principals. They are Philip Rose and David Cogan, the producers, playwright Lorraine Hansberry and actor Sidney Poitier.
- THERE GOES 'THE NEIGHBORHOOD'
Fleming, Michael // Daily Variety; 11/2/2009, Vol. 305 Issue 21, p1
The article reports that Red Om Films, the production company of Julia Roberts, has acquired screen rights to the upcoming nonfiction book "In the Neighborhood," by Peter Lovenheim. It notes that the deal serves as the fifth property Red Om has set up through its pact with Reliance Big...
- Buying American.
Hughes, Catherine // America; 2/8/1975, Vol. 132 Issue 5, p93
The article reviews several theatrical plays which include the "Shenandoah," directed by Philip Rose and starring John Cullum, performed at the American theater in Broadway in New York, "Diamond Studs," directed by John L. Haber, performed at the Chelsea Theatre Centre, and "Blasts and Bravos:...
- The New Americans Series/The Czecho-Slovaks in America/The Russians and Ruthenians in America/The Poles in America/The Italians in America/The Greeks in America (Book).
Hale Bierstadt, Edward // New Republic; 1/24/23, Vol. 33 Issue 425, p231
Reviews several books. "The New Americans Series," Charles Hatch Sears; "The Czecho-Slovaks in America," by Kenneth D. Miller; "The Russians and Ruthenians in America," by Jerome Davis; "The Poles in America," by Paul Fox; "The Italians in America," by Philip M. Rose; "The Greeks in America," by...
- A Raisin in the Sun.
Giles, Freda Scott // Black Masks; Sep-Dec2004, Vol. 16/17 Issue 6/1, p13
Focuses on the play "A Raisin in the Sun," by Lorraine Hansberry that has provided a benchmark for the progress of African American drama theater. Awards received by actors and actresses who performed in the play; Description of the play's format and content; Information on the book "You Can't...