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  • Andrea Houseman was able to find a better-paying job to help them get by.

    Middle-Class Struggles, Americans Treading Water In Gulf Between Rich And Poor

  • Played by Theryl "Houseman" DeClouet (of Galactic) with Phil Lesh and Friends at their Mardi Gras concert in 2005.

    Carnival Time

  • "Houseman," said Aram, now advancing, as his comrade turned his face from the flame, towards him; "before we enter on the main subject of our proposed commune -- tell me, were you engaged on the attempt last night upon Lester's house?"

    Eugene Aram — Volume 03

  • When Galactic parted ways with Theryl "Houseman" DeClouet, there was a lot of concern about what the band would become without a front man.

    offBeat

  • "Houseman," said Aram at length, in a calm, yet a hollow voice, "it may be that I was wrong; but there lives no man on earth, save you, who could thus stir my blood, -- nor you with ease.

    Eugene Aram — Volume 03

  • Of their 1938 audio version of the best-selling "Rebecca," which preceded director Alfred Hitchcock and producer David O. Selznick's 1940 hit movie, Welles's production partner John Houseman would say: "It was very good and I've sometimes wondered if the movie, when it was made later, didn't use some of the things invented by writer Howard Koch and Orson on the radio show."

    Rosebud and the Radio

  • For example, economist Susan Houseman has reported that while total manufacturing output grew 1.18% per year from 1997 to 2007, it grew by just 0.46% per year once the computers and electronics are taken out of the picture.

    Ian Fletcher: The Manufacturing Rebound Is a Myth

  • No word yet on who will fill Patrick Swayze's and Jennifer Grey's dancing shoes as Johnny Castle and Frances "Baby" Houseman, respectively.

    Dirty Dancing Remake in the Works: Good Idea or Does It Deserve to Be Put in a Corner?

  • It is so fine, in fact, that I was astonished to be reminded that this is the play's Broadway premiere: The whole of its original 1,195-performance run in New York took place first at Playwrights Horizons and then at the John Houseman Theatre.

    A Perfect Night on Broadway

  • Of all the Welles-Houseman classical revivals, the one best remembered today is the modern-dress version of "Julius Caesar" that opened on Nov. 11, 1937.

    Relishing a Lost Production

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