Sheridan to Robertson

A Study of the Nineteenth Century London Stage



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Sheridan to Robertson: A Study of the Nineteenth Century London Stage by Ernest Bradlee Watson
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1926. Contents: London Life and the Stage; Theatrical Monopoly; The London Theaters; Histrionic Development of the Playhouse; The Command of Audiences; Theatrical Management-Causes of Failure; Early Management-Kemble and Elliston: Pioneers of Reform in Management; Macready; Vestris; Conservatism and Transition-Webster, Buckstone, Phelps, and the Younger Kean; The Revolutionists-Fechter and Boucicault: The Stream of Life on the Stage; The Scene; Acting of Poetic Drama; Comic Acting; Acting in Burlesque and the Newer Comedy; Acting of Melodrama; The Robertson Comedy; Beginnings; and At the Prince of Wales's.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2005
Foreword by George Pierce Baker
Country of Publication
United States
Kessinger Publishing
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