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British prince Prince Sussex

The Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, was the sixth son of George III of the United Kingdom and his consort, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. He was the only surviving son of George III who did not pursue an army or naval career.
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Royal Shakespeare Company Exits Park Avenue Armory Aug. 14 - Playbill.com
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... Katz as Touchstone, Mariah Gale as Celia, Geoffrey Freshwater as Corin, Forbes Masson as Jaques, Clarence Smith as Duke Ferdinand, James Tucker as Duke Frederick, Charles Aitken as Oliver, Dyfan Dwyfor as Silvius and Christine Entwisle as Phoebe
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All's well that ends as 'You Like It' - Corvallis Gazette Times
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A disguised group from the Court of Duke Frederick (Ian Burns, Jamie Bilderback and Alexandra Schireman) encounter a shepherd (center right, Bill McCarthy). (Jesse Skoubo | The Entertainer) CORVALLIS – The first play Sheila Daniels ever directed was 25
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Theatres - Still Showing - August 4 onwards - Flintshire Chronicle
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When Rosalind is banished by Duke Frederick, his daughter Celia runs away with her to the Forest of Arden where Rosalind's father Duke Senior is in hiding. Orlando also escapes there from his dangerous brother Oliver. Rosalind and Orlando are already
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Love, Fresh and New - Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Johnny Lee Davenport doubles as Duke Senior and Duke Frederick, a smart touch and one that the distinctive-looking Mr. Davenport brings off with unexpected ease. Tod Randolph, who is a woman, has been cast as the melancholy Jaques and plays him (or is
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Shakespeare in the Vines moves to Mount Palomar for 'As You Like It' - North County Times
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Eventually banished from her home by her uncle, Duke Frederick, she embarks on an eye-opening adventure through the Forest of Arden, accompanied by her cousin Celia and the jester Touchstone. Along the way, various colorful characters cross paths with
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Theatres - Still Showing - July 28 onwards - ChesterChronicle.co.uk
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When Rosalind is banished by Duke Frederick, his daughter Celia runs away with her to the Forest of Arden where Rosalind's father Duke Senior is in hiding. Orlando also escapes there from his dangerous brother Oliver. Rosalind and Orlando are already
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As You Like It - Back Stage
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Contemporary attitudes and gadgetry fit snugly into Shakespeare's forest of Arden and the nearby court of Duke Frederick in Pulse Ensemble Theatre's highly likable rendering of "As You Like It." Frederick (played by Elliott Mayer) barks out banishments
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As You Like It: Shakespeare's Globe, Bodleian Library - Oxford Times
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Although As You Like It is often described as a pastoral comedy, it has distinctly dark undertones: Orlando may be reunited with his beloved Rosalind in the forest, but they've only gone there to escape the wrath of Duke Frederick
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THEATER REVIEW | 'AS YOU LIKE IT'; Love's Hard, Comic Work, on a Stage Most Worldly
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The winter's wind seems particularly biting in the forest of Arden that has sprung up in the Park Avenue Armory, just as the summer's heat has begun to reach a peak. If you're looking for an escape from swampy weather, the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of ''As You Like It'' might prove just the ticket. Michael Boyd's staging of one of
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Theatres - Starting This Week - July 7 onwards - Flintshire Chronicle
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When Rosalind is banished by Duke Frederick, his daughter Celia runs away with her to the Forest of Arden where Rosalind's father Duke Senior is in hiding. Orlando also escapes there from his dangerous brother Oliver. Rosalind and Orlando are already
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Frederick volunteers maintain a proud sailing tradition - Gazette.net Montgomery County Sports
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“I don't know what I'm in for, and that's kind of exciting,” says Cathro, who currently can be seen as Duke Frederick in the Maryland Shakespeare Festival's Good Will Tour of “As You Like It.” “I like to just jump in feet first, sometimes
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Theatres - November 18 onwards - ChesterChronicle.co.uk
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WHEN Rosalind is banished by Duke Frederick, his daughter Celia runs away with her to the Forest of Arden where Rosalind's father Duke Senior is in hiding. Orlando also escapes there from his dangerous brother Oliver. Rosalind and Orlando are already
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That's the way KY Shakespeare likes it [Theater] - Louisville.com
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Orlando, a nobleman, finds himself on the run after he defeats a wrestler from Duke Frederick's court. Oliver, Orlando's brother who denied Orlando many of his nobleman rights, leads a charge to find him. Meanwhile, Rosalind is on the run after Orlando
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Bard on the Beach does As You Like it - The Vancouver Observer (blog)
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Duke Frederick has usurped his younger brother Duke Senior, banishing him while Duke Senior's daughter Rosalind (Lois Anderson) remains behind. Nearby another two brothers, from the estate of the noble de Boys family, are having their own set of
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Bard kicks off with lovable As You Like It - Vancouver Courier
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It's a twisted plot involving two estranged brothers: the usurping Duke Frederick (David Marr) and his exiled older brother Duke Senior (Marr, again); and bad Oliver de Boys (Sebastian Kroon) and good Orlando de Boys (Todd Thomson)
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Theatres - Coming Soon - June 16 onwards - Flintshire Chronicle
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WHEN Rosalind is banished by Duke Frederick, his daughter Celia runs away with her to the Forest of Arden where Rosalind's father Duke Senior is in hiding. Orlando also escapes there from his dangerous brother Oliver. Rosalind and Orlando are already
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 1843
    Age 70
    In his will he specified that he was not to have a state funeral and was accordingly buried at Kensal Green Cemetery on 5 May 1843.
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    The Duke of Sussex was the favourite uncle of Queen Victoria. He gave her away at her wedding to Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. The Duke of Sussex died at Kensington Palace in 1843.
  • 1838
    Age 65
    In 1838, he introduced in a meeting scientist John Herschel, and the Duke gave a speech in which he spoke about the compatibility of science and religion:
  • FIFTIES
  • 1831
    Age 58
    The Duke of Sussex married a second time on 2 May 1831 (again in contravention of the Royal Marriages Act) to Lady Cecilia Letitia Buggin (1793–1873), the eldest daughter of Arthur Gore, 2nd Earl of Arran and Elizabeth Underwood; and the widow of Sir George Buggin.
  • 1830
    Age 57
    He was president of the Royal Society between 1830 and 1838, and had a keen interest in biblical studies and Hebrew.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1816
    Age 43
    The Duke of Sussex was elected president of the Society of Arts in 1816 and held that post for the rest of his life.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1813
    Age 40
    In January 1813, Prince Augustus Frederick became Grand Master of the Premier Grand Lodge of England, and in December of that year his brother, Prince Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, became Grand Master of the Antient Grand Lodge of England.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1801
    Age 28
    The King created him Duke of Sussex, Earl of Inverness, and Baron Arklow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom and a Knight of the Garter on 27 November 1801.
    However, Prince Augustus Frederick continued to live with Lady Augusta until 1801, when he received a parliamentary grant of £12,000 and the couple separated.Lady Augusta retained custody of their children and received maintenance of £4,000 a year.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1793
    Age 20
    The couple secretly married in Rome on 4 April 1793. The King's minister of Hanover affairs Ernst zu Münster was sent to Italy to escort him back to London. The couple married again without revealing their full identities at St George's, Hanover Square, Westminster, on 5 December 1793. Both marriages took place without the knowledge or the consent of the King. In August 1794, the Prerogative Court annulled the prince's first marriage on the grounds that it contravened the Royal Marriages Act 1772, not having been approved by the King.
  • 1786
    Age 13
    He was tutored at home before being sent to the University of Göttingen in Germany in the summer of 1786, along with his brothers Prince Ernest and Prince Adolphus.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1773
    Age 0
    Born in 1773.
    He was christened in the Great Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, on 25 February 1773, by Archbishop of Canterbury Frederick Cornwallis.
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