marlowe marlowe  /ˈmɑr ˌloʊ/


  1. (n) English poet and playwright who introduced blank verse as a form of dramatic expression; was stabbed to death in a tavern brawl (1564-1593)
  2. (n) tough cynical detective (one of the early detective heroes in American fiction) created by Raymond Chandler



  1. Hopkins center honors Palm Beach Public pupil

    Marlowe Flom of Palm Beach was recently honored at a statewide awards ceremony for academically advanced children sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. The center honored Marlowe, a participant in the CTY Talent Search, for his exceptional performance on a rigorous, above-grade-level test given to academically talented second-through-eighth-grade students. Marlowe ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Palm Beach Daily News

  2. Further Plans at U.K.'s National Theatre Include John Heffernan as Edward II and New Work in the Shed

    Further plans for July to November at the U.K.'s National Theatre include a new production of Marlowe's Edward II, beginning performances Aug. 28 in the Olivier Theatre, prior to an official opening Sept. 4, and then playing in rep through Oct. 26.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Playbill

  3. Tom Sturridge Preps For a "Magical" Father's Day With Sienna, Marlowe, and His Mom

    Tom Sturridge pushed his almost 1-year-old daughter, Marlowe, in her stroller for a walk around the West Village neighborhood of NYC with his fiancée, Sienna Miller , and his mom, Phoebe Nicholls, yesterday. Sienna and Marlowe also spent a bit of one-on-one time earlier in the day sporting matching hairdos. Tom is winding down from a big weekend at Sunday's Tony Awards, where he was a nominee ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PopSugar


  1. "It's about how it came to be that William Shakespeare was not the author of his plays," Emmerich told Coming Soon. "It's not Marlowe, it's De Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford. It's kind of like a political thriller. It's about who will succeed...
    on Oct 23, 2009 By: Roland Emmerich Source:

  2. "The New Marlowe Theatre is one of the most exciting projects taking place at the current time," Scales added. "It will bring the pleasures of theatre, music, opera and dance to people of all ages, and we are delighted to support this...
    on Oct 26, 2008 By: Prunella Scales Source:

  3. Mr Williams said: "I am very conscious of the importance of the Marlowe in terms of what it means to Canterbury." "For instance, if you look at the existing fly-tower it really is a large lump, bu it is also the second tallest building after...
    on Aug 20, 2008 By: Keith Williams Source:

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