1. United States playwright (1906-1963)
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  • Ensemble members wrote much of their own material and treated trade unions and other groups to important new plays imbued with realistic dialogue and socialist messages, such as Irwin Shaw's antiwar drama Bury the Dead and Clifford Odets's prounion Waiting for Lefty. Chicago Reader
  • Julia Gorodetskaya (@gorodetskaya), a Ukrainian TV journalist, sent the first underwater Tweet from the bottom of a dolphinarium, TechCrunch reports. First Underwater Tweet Sent By Ukranian Journalist Julia Gorodetskaya (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Heavier fabrics like tweed and woolens can use godets, of course, but the skirt will not flow as much.
  • LONDON—Clifford Odets 1906-63 was a Russian-Jewish American writer best known as a left-wing playwright, but most familiar to posterity for the screenplay of "Sweet Smell of Success. A Slow 'Rocket' That Struggles to Take Off
  • Nearly all the fullness in the skirt comes from those godets, each one an exact quarter circle.
  • The extra weight that the godets add to the hem will also make the skirt less apt to show wrinkles.
  • Gorodetsky is cast as a boulevardier, sitting at a little table having a coffee. Festooned With Fantasy
  • Leading actresses on Broadway, including Frances Farmer, the star of Clifford Odets's play ‘Golden Boy,’ and the entire cast of ‘The Women’ let it be known in the playbill that they performed in lisle hose.
  • It is fitted to the waist and then has an almost petticoat effect with the six skirt godets of the same fabric.
  • Speaking of the script, Mr. Nichols and Jon Robin Baitz have subjected "The Country Girl" to an extensive rewrite job, but the results still sound as stilted as ever -- Odets, too, was over the hill by 1950 -- and many of the play's clunkiest lines have been left inexplicably intact: "Listen to him ... he's ready to give that dark sterling quality to the best available parts. On Broadway, Bright Stars and Dim Casting
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