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London stage, 1660-1800

London stage, 1660-1800

a calendar of plays, entertainments & afterpieces, together with casts, box-receipts and contemporary comment

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Published by Southern Illinois University Press in Carbondale .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled from the playbills, newspapers and theatrical diaries of the period. Pt.1, 1660-1700 / edited by William Van Lennep with a critical introduction by Emmett L. Avery and Arthur H. Scouten.
ContributionsVan Lennep, William.
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Open LibraryOL22455395M

The London Stage, - , Part 3, 2 Volumes, A Calendar of Plays, Entertainment Afterpieces Together with Casts, Box-Reciepts and Contemporary Comment by4/5(1). The London Stage Database, The London Stage is a key reference work documenting theatrical performances in eighteenth-century London. This information has been compiled from the playbills, newspapers and theatrical diaries of the period.

The year is Scholars of British theater are celebrating the recent publication of The London Stage, , an book, page calendar of theatrical performances in London over a year more than a decade conducting the archival and editorial work necessary to produce this reference work, the advisory board seeks outside help constructing an index, Author: Mattie Burkert. The London Stage, doesn't always make it clear which version of a play is being performed on a given night, nor is it always possible to know. For these reasons, a straightforward "author" search returning performances of plays known to be by a given author would be ill-suited to the performance culture of the period.

Eighteenth Century Drama: Censorship, Society and the Stage Over 2, plays from the John Larpent Collection from the Huntington Library with access to The London Stage , a biographical dictionary of London actors, musicians, dancers, managers, and stage personnel, , and Ana Larpent’s diaries   Free Online Library: A Biographical Dictionary of Actors, Actresses, Musicians, Dancers, Managers and Other Stage Personnel in London: by "Notes"; Library and information science Book reviews Books.


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