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Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-409) and indexes.
|Statement||John C. Greene and Gladys L.H. Clark.|
|Contributions||Clark, Gladys L. H., 1900-|
|LC Classifications||PN2602.D8 G7 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||473 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||473|
|LC Control Number||91058886|
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The Dublin Stage, is a comprehensive documentary history and calendar of Dublin, Ireland's theatres fromthe year of Joseph Ashbury's death, towhen Thomas Sheridan assumed the management of the united Smock Alley/Aungier Street companies and ushered in the "Golden Age" of early Dublin theatre.
During the eighteenth century, Dublin was second only to London in the number. The Dublin Stage, is a comprehensive documentary history and calendar of Dublin Ireland's theatres fromthe year of Joseph Ashbury's death, towhen Thomas Sheridan assumed the management of the united Smock Alley/Aungier Street companies and ushered in the "Golden Age" of early Dublin theatre.
The Dublin stage calendar referred to will appear in the first volume (co-authored with Mrs. Clark of The Dublin Stage,covering the years The book continues the work of the late Prof. Clark whose The Early Irish Stage, The Beginnings to (Oxford, and The Irish Stage in the Country Towns.
(5) William Smith Clark's The Early Irish Stage () got the basics right up toand in the publication of John C. Greene and Gladys L. Clarks The Dublin Stage, vastly improved access up to the point at which Dublin theatre really started to flourish.
(6) The rest of the century remained a dark continent, so to speak. "The Dublin Stage, is a comprehensive documentary history and calendar of Dublin Ireland's theatres fromthe year of Joseph Ashbury's death, towhen Thomas Sheridan assumed the management of the united Smock Alley/Aungier Street companies and ushered in the "Golden Age" of early Dublin theatre.
Capel Street Theatre was an 18th-century theatre located on Capel Street in Dublin, Ireland. The Capel Street Theatre had two distinct periods in its history.
The first theatre on the site was called the 'New Theatre in Capel Street' or 'City Theatre in Capel Street' and was built by William 'Harlequin' Phillips on a strip of land 50 feet by feet that he leased on the West side of Capel.
John C. Greene, Gladys L. Clark, The Dublin Stage, (page 58) " Flyings " could vary considerably in complexity and lavishness and could involve an actor or property being either lifted from the stage into the flies above or vice versa.
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The Dublin Stage,a calendar of plays, entertainments, and afterpieces. Bethlehem: Lehigh University Press. John C. Greene has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. John C. Greene’s most popular book is The Death of Adam: Evolution and Its Impact on Western T. Life. The son of James Sterling, he entered Trinity College, Dublin as a scholar ingraduating B.A.
in and M.A. in In that year he went to London with his friend Matthew Concanen. In November Sterling took a living in Anne Arundel County, was from the minister of the Episcopal St.
Paul's Church near Chestertown. His ministry lasted toand saw the. (theater) The primary play or other work performed at an evening's entertainment at the theatre, as opposed to smaller introductory or additional works.John C Greene & Gladys LH Clark, The Dublin Stage, –, p.
A typical evening at the principal Dublin theatres could extend over five or six hours and consisted of a mainpiece. A Checklist of New Plays and Entertainments on the London Stage, ‐ I By William J. Burling. The Dublin Stage, –' A Calendar of Plays, Entertainments, and Afterpieces.
By John C. Greene and Gladys L. Clark. Sir John Vanbrugh: A Reference Guide. By Frank McCormick. National Theatre in Northern and Eastern Europe, I Subtitle The play in question is Concanen’s Wexford-Wells, which was performed at Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre on November 7, Lewis Layfield played the role of Inn-Keeper (The Dublin Stage, A Calendar of Plays, Entertainments, and Afterpieces, p.
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alumni Dublinenses (Dublin, ). Rev. W.M. Ball Wright, The Ussher Memoirs (Dublin, ), p. 5. Clark, William Smith, The Early Irish Stage: The Beginnings to (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) and Greene, John C.
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