2 edition of William Winter correspondence and the Augustin Daly Shakespearean productions of 1885-1898. found in the catalog.
William Winter correspondence and the Augustin Daly Shakespearean productions of 1885-1898.
Peter James Ventimiglia
From: Educational theatre journal, vol. 30, no. 2, May 1978.
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The William Winter Correspondence and the Augustin Daly Shakespearean Productions of William Winter, drama critic for the New York Tribune from tore-viewed countless stage presentations, wrote over thirty volumes of theatre histories and stage criticism, and became a friend to some of the most distinguished names in.
William Winter has written: 'George William Curtis' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Death and burial, American Authors 'Edwin Booth in twelve dramatic characters' -.
Augustin Daly has written: 'Woffington' -- subject(s): Biography, Actors, Actresses, Theater, Women, History 'Twelfe [sic] night, or, What you will' 'A legend of \\' 'The tempest' 'Nancy and.
Daly, Augustin, Receipts of Augustin Daly for salaries to his companies in New York, London, and on tour [manuscript], Folger Shakespeare Library. Daly, Augustin, Collection of letters and papers, n.d., Y.c, Y.c 33 boxes Folger Shakespeare Library A collection of letters and papers (n.d., ) of Augustin Daly () arising mainly out of his management of the two successive Fifth Avenue Theatres (), the Grand Opera House (), and.
Met Augustin Daly and was engaged to dance in A Midsummer Night's Dreamin New York. Danced under Daly for two years in various shows. Gave concerts in Carnegie Hall Studio with Ethelbert Nevin, and danced in the drawing-rooms of New York society.
Gave three different concerts in Newport, including The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam,September Full text of "Manuscripts guide to collections at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign" See other formats.
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