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Illegitimate theatre in London, 1770-1840

by Moody, Jane

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • London
    • Subjects:
    • Theater -- England -- London -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Theater -- England -- London -- History -- 18th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-273) and index.

      StatementJane Moody.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2596.L6 M59 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6781431M
      ISBN 100521563763
      LC Control Number00028953

      Drawing on recent research such as Adrian Poole's Shakespeare and the Victorians () and Jane Moody's Illegitimate Theatre in London, – (), the book focuses on the impact of the. Illegitimate theatre in London –, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Google Scholar]); on the genre of pantomime in Italy, see Lombardi (). 3 This passage is taken from a discussion in regarding the lamentable state of the Italian tragic theater between Vittorio Alfieri and the poet and librettist Ranieri de.

      Illegitimate Theatre in London Cambridge: Cambridge UP, Neilson, Lilian Adelaide (–): Neilson was the illegitimate daughter of a strolling actress named Brown. Good Old Gaiety: An Historiette and Remembrance, published by London Gaiety Theatre Co., p. Book by John Hollingshead (–); Photo by Ellis. My principal focus is play-writing for the commercial London theatre, although I also consider the substantial work of women for amateur and home theatricals, women’s work in translating and adapting for the stage, the agitprop theatre of the suffragette movement, and the para-theatrical writing — not quite closet drama, not quite stage.

        A thumbnail history of the multiple theatres to have existed on the site of the current Theatre Royal – along with descriptive details of their design – is available at the website. Cited in Arthur H Scouten, The London Stage – (Carbondale and Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, ), p. xxxi.   What would later become the Adelphi Theatre, the Sans Pareil (Without Compare) Theatre was founded in in The Strand by colour merchant John Scott and his daughter Jane (Illegitimate Theatre in London, ).). It was a smaller theater, seating only 1, compared with Covent Garden, which sat twice that (The Literary Panorama, ).The Picture of London for


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Illegitimate theatre in London, 1770-1840 by Moody, Jane Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is the first book to explore the institutions, genres, and performance history of this illegitimate theatre. Jane Moody's lively account considers the prohibition of tragedy and comedy at London's minor theatres, interpretations of Shakespeare, and describes the ingenious ways in which performers circumnavigated the by:   Overview.

Toward the end of the eighteenth century, a major transformation took place in British dramatic culture with the emergence of an illegitimate theater and the struggle between London's patent playhouses (Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and the Haymarket) and the new, so-called minor theaters.

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0 Reviews. Towards the end of. Illegitimate Theatre in London, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. $ Rigorously researched and superbly written, this study opens new dimensions of inquiry for romanticists and theater historians Mike. Illegitimate Theatre in London, by Jane Moody,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7).

This is the first book to explore the institutions, genres, and performance history of this illegitimate theater. Jane Moody's lively account considers the prohibition of tragedy and comedy at London's minor theaters, interpretations of Shakespeare, and describes the ingenious ways in which performers circumnavigated the law.

This was the first book to explore the institutions, genres, and performance history of this illegitimate theatre.

Jane Moody's lively account considers the prohibition of tragedy and comedy at London's minor theatres and describes the various ingenious ways in Author: Jane Moody. Illegitimate theatre in London, †/Jane Moody.

Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0 3 1. Theater – England – London – History – 19th century. Theater – England – London – History – 18th century.

Title. pnl6m59 –dc21 isbn 3 hardback. Though Illegitimate Theatre in London, — focuses primarily on the many illegitimate theatres in London from the end of the eighteenth century through the middle of the nineteenth, in order to set those theatres in context, the author, Jane Moody, provides a basic overview of what constituted legitimate theatre during this same period.

Buy Illegitimate Theatre in London, by Jane Moody from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £   Jane Moody's Illegitimate Theatre in London, –; Share. Jane Moody's Illegitimate Theatre in London, – Please send books for review to: Dr Katie Garner, School of English, Castle House, University of St Andrews, KY16 9AL.

Senior Advisory Editors. Jane Moody’s Illegitimate Theatre in London, – () Google Scholar David Worrall’s Theatric Revolution: Drama, Censorship and Romantic. Jane Moody's Illegitimate Theatre in London, – Jones, Vivien Book Reviews captures this erratic mobility in her Clare-inspired images.) As with the earlier volumes in this series and others by these editors, the texts are largely presented as Clare wrote them, ampersands and all.

This was the first book to explore the institutions, genres, and performance history of this illegitimate theatre. Jane Moody's lively account considers the prohibition of tragedy and comedy at London's minor theatres and describes the various ingenious ways in which performers circumnavigated the law.

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Toward the end of the eighteenth century, a major. The term "legitimate theater" dates back to the Licensing Act ofwhich restricted "serious" theatre performances to the two patent theatres licensed to perform "spoken drama" after the English Restoration in Other theatres were permitted to show comedy, pantomime or melodrama, but were ranked as "illegitimate theatre".

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Monet - Masterpieces. Moody's book Illegitimate Theatre in London,provided an account of the capital's minor theatres Her own research offered dramatic new perspectives on 18th- and 19th-century.

The development of London's minor theaters provided the institutional framework for her first book, Illegitimate Theatre in London,and for much of her subsequent research and writing, but legitimacy and illegitimacy were terms that Jane developed through a dazzling range of formal, aesthetic, performative, institutional, cultural, social, and political registers.All issues are available in ARCHIVES.

1. Jane Moody, Illegitimate Theatre in London,Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,pp. XIV, – Vol 1, No 1 () 2. Paola Degli Esposti (a cura di), La scena del Romanticismo inglese (), Padova, Esedra,pp. – Vol 1, No 1 () 3. Brian Friel, L'oro del ti irlandesi, Traduzione di Fiorenzo.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Illegitimate Theatre in London, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.