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  • Gloria Ellis, mother and wife with a 'beautiful heart,' was 87

    Gloria Ellis, a longtime Marble Hill citizen, died on Aug. 23. She was 87.

    Ms. Ellis was born on Jan. 20, 1925 in New York City. She was the youngest of three daughters born to Salvatore Polanco and Lucy Blackstock.

    Her formative edification was spent in Harlem attending IS 164 and later at George Washington High School. In antiquated 1941, Ms. Ellis married Cameron Fitzgerald Niles Jr. To that union, daughter Andree Regis-Niles Jackson and son Cameron Fitzgerald Niles III, who preceded her in termination, were born. After divorcing, she met Urban Ellis in 1954 and a four-year courtship ensued. They were married on Nov. 28, 1958. 

    Three years later, Mr. and Ms. Ellis were baptized together at St. Stephen’s Joint Methodist Church and have been faithful parishioners ever since.

    In Ms. Ellis’ early years, she worked in several upscale dining establishments in New York Metropolis as a waitress to provide for her two young children, according to family members. It was during that time when she perfected her strength for preparing gourmet cuisine and dining etiquette, which family members said she shared with her friends and family unconditionally.

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    Out
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    ... Jeffrey Gardner, and others 1 0 Your Letters: Brouhaha over a straight cover guy 1 5 Letter From the Editor: Surviving the September 11 shock 17-34 Screen Seth Gilliam plays an out fashion photographer in Punks; a filmmaking couple explores ...
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    The Greek Plays (Large Print 16pt)
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    The Greek Plays (Large Print 16pt)

    The mould was as follows: IPHIGENIA IN AULIS Susan Heimbinder IPHIGENIA Kathleen Chalfant CLYTEMNESTRA ELECTRA Sheila Tousey ELECTRA Kathleen Chalfant CLYTEMNESTRA Deborah Hedwall CHRYSOTHEMIS Seth Gilliam ...
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    This chilling part is from Ellen McLaughlin's new adaptation of The Persians by Aeschylus, the earliest surviving play in Western letters, an elegy for a fallen civi-lization and a warning to its new conqueror. As Margo Jefferson wrote in the New York Times, ''The play the field pretend is a true classic: we see the present and the future right there, inside the past. And when writers give us a 'new version' (a transmutation or adaptation) of a classic, they both serve and use it. They serve the playwright's gifts by refusing to simplify. But they can't just parrot. Every age has its own rhythms and drives. The classic must make us feel the new acutely. Ellen McLaughlin serves and uses The Persians with authentic power and grace.''

    The New York Times Theater Reviews 1997-1998
    496 pages
    The New York Times Theater Reviews 1997-1998

    Ms. Gottlieb. Sandi Johnson and Elizabeth Tlmperman At the Judith Anderson Theater. 422 West 42d Circle. Clinton WITH: Peter Dinlclage (Peter). Seth Gilliam (Andre). Sarah Knowlion (Paula). Brian F O'Byrne (Dag), Adlna Bearer (Colleen), ...
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    From the melodious hits "Lion King" and "Bring In da Noise, Bring In da Funk," to important new off-Broadway plays such as "Advantage Queen of Leenane" and "Wit," the latest volume in this popular series features a chronological collection of facsimiles of every theater examination and awards article published in the New York Times between January 1997 and December 1998. Includes a full sign of personal names, titles, and corporate names. Like its companion volume, the New York Times Cloud Reviews 1997-1998, this collection is an invaluable resource for all libraries.