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Reinhardt, Max

Born: 1873 AD
Died: 1943 AD
Nationality: Australian
Categories: Theater Director

1873 – Born on the 8th of September in Baden, near Vienna, Austria.

1912 – The famed Austro German showman first came to the attention of most American playgoers when Winthrop Ames imported his mounting of the Oriental pantomime Sumurun.

1924 – Reinhardt visited New York to recreate his production of The Miracle.

1927 – He brought over his German company for a season of repertory.

1934 – He staged his version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Hollywood.

1937 – The Eternal Road in New York.

1938 – The Merchant of Yonkers.

1942 – Reinhardt’s version of Die Fledermaus was offered to Broadway as Rosalinda.

1943 – Irwin Shaw’s Sons and Soldiers.

         – Died on the 31st of October.