Anna Judic

Anne-Marie-Louise Damien

  • French


Anna Judic was a notable French actress. - AsNotedIn


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1849/07/18 Anne-Marie-Louise Damien is born in Semur-en-Auxois, Cote-d'Or, France, thr daughter of Franois Damien, merchant, and Marie-Pierrette Renard, niece of the director of the Gymnase, Montigny. Born
1865/00/00 Anne-Marie-Louise Damien joins the Conservatoire de Paris in the class of Francois-Joseph Regnier. Education Conservatoire national superieur d'art dramatique Paris
1865/04/25 Anne Marie-Louise Damiens marries M Judic. Bride
1866/00/00 Anna Judic leaves the Conservatoire de Paris to make her acting debut at the Gymnase in "Les Grandes Demoiselles", a comedy in one act by Edmond Gondinet. Actress Theatre du Gymnase Paris
1866/00/00 At the Eldorado, Anne Judic makes a name for herself in a repertoire of "chansons legeres" in which her apparent innocence allows her to make ruder double-entendres than she might otherwise have done. Actress Le Comedia, Paris Paris
1872/01/15 "Le Roi Carotte", an opera-feerie by Jacques Offenbach and Victorien Sardou premieres at the Gaite. The first run will last 195 performances, making a daily profit of 3,000 francs, and introducing Anna Judic in a principal operetta role. Actress Theatre de la Galte, Rue Papin Paris
1872/12/23 A British production of "The Black Crook", a opera bouffe with new music by Frederic Clay and Georges Jacobi, opens at the Alhambra Theatre, London (lost). It will ran for 310 performances. Actress
1876/00/00 Anna Judic moves to the Theatre des Varietes, where she will perform for nearly 20 years. Actress Theatre des Varietes Paris
1876/00/00 Starring Anna Judic, "La belle Helene" is revived at the Varietes. Judic will perform the opera bouffe at the Varietes again in 1886 and 1889. Actress La belle Helene Theatre des Varietes Paris
1883/01/26 "Mam'zelle Nitouche" by Herve premieres at the Theatre des Varietes starring Anna Judic. The vaudeville-operette in three acts is such a great success, it will remain in the repertoire of French theatres for many years. Actress Theatre des Varietes Paris
1884/00/00 Anna Judic makes her home at 12 rue Nouvelle, Paris. Home Hotel Judic Paris
1885/00/00 The French Diva, Anna Judic, tours America with a fabulous salary and a private railroad car. Actress
1887/00/00 Anna Judic stars in "Le Coeur de Paris", music by Philippe de Massa at the Opera-Comique, Paris. Actress Opera Comique Paris
1889/00/00 Anna Judic sells her townhouse. Life Hotel Judic Paris
1891/01/00 Anna Judic is decorated by Abdulhamid II, the Sultan of Constantinople. Life
1895/00/00 Anna Judic stars in "Difficult Age" by Jules Lemaitre at Gymnasium, Paris. Actress
1896/01/00 In Belgrade, Anna Judic is presented with the Order of the White Eagle by King Alexander I of Serbia. Life
1900/00/00 Anna Judic performs at the Folies-Bergere, Paris. Actress Folies Bergere Paris
1903/00/00 Anna Judic performs in "Le Secret de Polichinelle" by Pierre Wolff at the Gymnasium theater in Paris. Actress Theatre du Gymnase Paris
1905/00/00 Anna Judic performs in "La Massiere" by Jules Lemaitre at the theater of the Renaissance theater in Paris. Actress Theatre de la Renaissance Paris
1905/00/00 Anna Judic performs in "Bertrade" by Jules Lemaitre at the theater of the Renaissance theater in Paris. Actress Theatre de la Renaissance Paris
1909/00/00 Directed by Andre Antoine, Anna Judic has a part in "Beethoven" by Rene Fauchois at Theatre de l'Odeon, Paris. Actress Theatre de l'Odeon Paris
1909/00/00 Anna Judic has a part in "La Massiere" by Jules Lemaitre at the theater of Porte-Saint-Martin, Paris. Actress Theatre de la Porte-Saint-Martin Paris
1911/04/15 Anna Judic dies at Golfe-Juan, a seaside resort on France's Cote d'Azur. Anna Judic is buried at Montmartre Cemetery. Died Montmartre Cemetery Paris
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