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On Actors And Acting (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Performance…

by Peter Thomson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0859896714, Hardcover)

This is a book for theatre-lovers, written for anyone who shares the author's curiosity about the art of acting and about theatre past and present.
 
The first section centres on Elizabethan theatre practice, the second highlights themes, episodes and contemporary taste in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in England, and the third focuses on twentieth-century performances of Shakespeare at Stratford in the 1970s and in the New Globe as the new century begins.
 
The extensive cast of actors discussed includes Richard Tarlton, Will Kemp, David Garrick, Samuel Foote, Richard and Mary Ann Yates, Thomas Weston, John Kemble, Edmund Kean, Frederick Robson, Henry Irving, Ian Richardson and Ben Kingsley.

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