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Matilda Heron, wife (and more famously ex-wife) of Robert Stoepel.

Matilda Heron, wife (and more famously ex-wife) of Robert Stoepel.

Matilda Heron

Matilda Heron

Matilda Heron, as "Bianca"

Matilda Heron, as "Bianca"

Lester Wallack Polka, by Robert Stoepel.

Lester Wallack Polka, by Robert Stoepel.

Matilda Heron :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Matilda Heron :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Can the King of England hold his nerve to embrace his duty, command his men and lead his country to victory in France? Shakespeare's great play of nationhood investigates the bloody horrors of war and the turbulence of a land in crisis.    Jude Law and Michael Grandage continue their collaboration that began with Hamlet in 2009. Law also appeared in the Donmar's award-winning production Anna Christie, as part of Grandage's final season as Artistic Director.    BOOK NOW!

Can the King of England hold his nerve to embrace his duty, command his men and lead his country to victory in France? Shakespeare's great play of nationhood investigates the bloody horrors of war and the turbulence of a land in crisis. Jude Law and Michael Grandage continue their collaboration that began with Hamlet in 2009. Law also appeared in the Donmar's award-winning production Anna Christie, as part of Grandage's final season as Artistic Director. BOOK NOW!

Reminiscences Of Leah, Composed & Arranged for the Piano Forte by Robert Stoepel. By The Same Author ""Army Calls, Military Quadrille & Battle Piece."" :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Reminiscences Of Leah, Composed & Arranged for the Piano Forte by Robert Stoepel. By The Same Author ""Army Calls, Military Quadrille & Battle Piece."" :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Jean Hosmer Mazurka, as Performed at Winter Garden, New York City, Composed by Robert Stoepel, Author of ""Army Calls"", ""Reminisc. Of Leah,""  :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Jean Hosmer Mazurka, as Performed at Winter Garden, New York City, Composed by Robert Stoepel, Author of ""Army Calls"", ""Reminisc. Of Leah,"" :: Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations

Bijou Heron (Helene Wallace Stoepel)

Bijou Heron (Helene Wallace Stoepel)

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