Actress Alexandra Rebikova

Ребикова, Александра Васильевна. Молоко в спектакле «Синяя птица». | Russian actress Alexandra Vasilievna Rebikova as Milk in the play «The Blue Bird» in costume designed by Vladimir Egorov (?) for Konstanin Stanislavski’s production of Maurice Maeterlinck’s «Oiseau Bleu» at the Moscow Art Theatre, 1908. | src academia.ru
Мей в спектакле «Сверчок на печи». Actress Alexandra Vasilievna Rebikova as May Fielding in the play «Cricket on the Hearth» at the Moscow Art Theatre. Unknown date, probably before 1908.
Мей в спектакле «Сверчок на печи». Actress Alexandra Vasilievna Rebikova as May Fielding in the play «Cricket on the Hearth» at the Moscow Art Theatre. Unknown date, probably before 1908. [Full scan of programme]
Portrait of Alexandra Vasilievna Rebikova. | src academia.ru

In 1915, Alexandra Rebikova began to star in the movies of the film company “A. Khanzhonkov and Co.” [Торгового дома «А. Ханжонков и К°] and very soon became one of the leading silent film actresses.

Alexandra Rebikova with Oleg Frelyh (Frelikh) in 1917 in the film «The Clay God» («Глиняный бог», a silent film by Nikolai Larin, 1918)
Alexandra Rebikova with Gregory Khmara (Chmara) in the film «Symphony of Sorrow» («Симфония горя», 1918) | src academia.ru

Trude Hesterberg in Wilde Bühne

Frieda G. Riess :: Actress and singer Trude Hesterberg (1892-1967). Portrait in the cabaret ‘Wilde Bühne’, dressed in a long dress, 1922. | src Getty Images

Erika Mann (portraits)

Erika Mann (1905 – 1969), Kabarettistin und Journalistin © Münchner Stadtbibliothek · Monacensia | src Bavariathek
Balzar (Praha) :: Erika Mann, early 1930s. © Münchner Stadtbibliothek · Monacensia | src DNB · Deutsche Nationalbibliothek

Dramatic Mirror Cover, 1907

John Cecil Clay :: Dramatic Mirror Cover, December 1907. From: Posters; a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price (1913) New York: G.W. Bricka. | src Smithsonian Libraries @ internet archive

Bright Eyes, 1910

Edgar Kellar :: Bright Eyes, 1910. New Musical Production. From: Posters; a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price (1913) New York: G.W. Bricka. | src Smithsonian Libraries @ internet archive