Education: School for Stars

To thousands of movie and stage stars the world over, 62 Gower Street, London is an address of magic and sentiment.

There, in a great red brick building guarded by masks of Comedy and Tragedy, dwells the most famous of all dramatic schools. Last week, as the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts celebrated its soth anniversary, the names of its alumni glowed on marquees all over the world, while at the academy itself scores of students worked hopefully toward getting their names in lights.

In the 50 years since Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree founded it,...

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