Theatre. December 1902.
Portrait of Julia Marlowe, in “Queen Fiammetta” (which closed in Boston, never making it to Broadway).
Marlowe (1866-1950), English-born American actress, one of the great romantic actresses of her day, known especially for her interpretations of William Shakespeare. Among Marlowe’s greatest roles were Viola in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Julia in James Sheridan Knowles’s play The Hunchback.