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Thu Oct 16 17:52:44 2014 UTClccn-n831405120.00Chris Harris : dance photographs 1976-1986 /0.671.00Miscellany130840973n 83140512971009Theatre Museum, National Museum of the Performing Arts.Victoria and Albert museum Londres Theatre museumVictoria and Albert Museum. Theatre Museum.lccn-nb2006003421Fowler, Jim1949-edtlccn-n80116884Schouvaloff, Alexanderlccn-n82022506Haill, Catherinelccn-n83071283Ashton, Geoffreylccn-n50075197Society for Theatre Researchnc-drury lane theatreDrury Lane Theatrelccn-n83327547Messel, Oliver1904-1978lccn-n83327548Pinkham, Rogeredtlccn-n50006451Beaton, Cecil1904-1980lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum)DramaCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksDictionariesStudy guidesCatalogsComic books, strips, etcItaly--VeniceJewsMoneylendersItalyLear, King (Legendary character)Fathers and daughtersMarried womenFalstaff, John, Sir (Fictitious character)Inheritance and successionKings and rulersBritonsAging parentsEngland--Windsor (Windsor and Maidenhead)Richard--II,--King of England,Great BritainKing Lear (Shakespeare, William)Shylock (Fictitious character)English dramaMerchant of Venice (Shakespeare, William)Shakespeare, William,Young adult drama, EnglishLiteratureMerry wives of Windsor (Shakespeare, William)Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum)King Henry IV (Shakespeare, William)Henry--IV,--King of England,PromptbooksEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanKing Richard II (Shakespeare, William)TheaterEnglish languageMerchantsMan-woman relationshipsPlays (Shakespeare, William)Theaters--Stage-setting and sceneryPerforming artsVerse drama, EnglishLoans, PersonalLiterature--AdaptationsCostumeKings and rulers in literatureEngland--LondonMiddle Ages in literatureExaminationsTheatersEnglish drama (Tragedy)DramaTheatrical paraphernalia--Collectors and collectingPerforming arts librariesLear, King (Legendary character), in literature17221755175617611762176417671770177217761779178017811782178417851786178717881790179117921793179517961797179818001802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182118221823182418251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818501851185218531855185618591860186118621863186518671874188318851886188918921894189518961898190119021904190619081909191219131914191519271929193019501975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819901992199619972001200220032396484641822.33PR2825.A2ocn468007804ocn470625308ocn468131727ocn4679831204423ocn009520220book19820.53Images of show business from the Theatre Museum, V & AHistoryExhibition catalogs2413ocn026976825book19920.79Ashton, GeoffreyCatalogue of paintings at the Theatre Museum, LondonCatalogs1691ocn010912395book19830.86Messel, OliverOliver Messel, an exhibition held at the Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, 22 June - 30 October 1983Exhibition catalogs1082ocn036788445book19960.56Haill, CatherineFun without vulgarity : Victorian and Edwardian popular entertainment postersPosters+-+4817599665911ocn011469428book19830.93FitzLyon, AprilA month in the country : an exhibition presented by the Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, and arranged in conjunction with April FitzLyonExhibition catalogs511ocn012853990score19830.79Cooper, Alfred EdwardFour bars of "agit" : incidental music for Victorian and Edwardian melodrama : authentic all-purpose music313ocn054291424book18150.95Dibdin, ThomasPast ten o'clock, and a rainy night a farce in two acts : as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane275ocn010468018book19830.96Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum)Prompt books and actor's copies Theatre Museum, V & A, London201ocn031469939book19900.66Schouvaloff, AlexanderTheatre on paperExhibition catalogs192ocn078266527book18300.95Jerrold, DouglasThe devil's ducat, or, The gift of Mammon a romantic drama in two acts182ocn031605200book19920.79Cohen, NormaTheatre works : a guide to working in the theatre1411ocn024537426book17610.27Shakespeare, WilliamKing LearHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesSourcesGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksIncludes a copy of the script of the play, as well as provisional cast and property scripting list, among others132ocn011075907book19830.95Playbills and programmes from London theatres, 1801-1900HistorySources136ocn719429135file18480.27Shakespeare, WilliamThe merchant of VeniceCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBibliographyComic books, strips, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionQuotationsDictionariesPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesSourcesGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksArtists' booksIncludes a copy of the script of the play, with scribbled notes1110ocn024586915book17810.84Macklin, CharlesThe man of the world A comedy, by Mr. Charles Macklin. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-bookPortraits113ocn811083744file18160.95Massinger, PhilipThe duke of Milan a tragedy101ocn012033843book19810.66Spotlight, four centuries of ballet costume : a tribute to the Royal BalletCatalogsExhibition catalogs1010ocn423053040book18270.30Shakespeare, WilliamThe merry wives of WindsorHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesDramaSourcesArtists' booksIncludes a copy of the script of the play, as well as understudy list, scene truck plot and music cues, among others89ocn024537302book18220.33Shakespeare, WilliamKing Henry IV part 1HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionariesDramaSourcesArtists' booksDavid Scott Kastan's lucid exploration of the remarkable richness and ambitious design of 'King Henry IV part 1' reveals the play to be almost a treatise on the central relationship between value and political authority82ocn228698715book18380.96Lemon, MarkLove and charity a burletta in one act2792ocn016902485book19870.59Schouvaloff, AlexanderThe Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert MuseumHistory1362ocn012644285book19850.63Rogers, Jean ScottStage by stage : the making of the Theatre MuseumHistory51ocn035548384book19880.82Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum)The Theatre Museum unpacks : treasures from the costume collectionExhibition catalogs31ocn243735233book19920.79Ashton, GeoffreyCatalogue of paintings at the Theatre Museum, LondonCatalogs21ocn224046175bookHarris, ChrisChris Harris : dance photographs 1976-1986Pictorial worksExhibition catalogs21ocn063049744book19870.10Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum)The Theatre Museum unpacks : treasures from the costume collection, 23 April-27 September, 1987CatalogsExhibition catalogs11ocn759061970book19871.00London's new theatre museum11ocn049600462art20011.00The Fonteyn sale and the Theatre Museum Appeal : an account of the auction of the Margot Fonteyn Collection at Christie's on December 12, 200011ocn042997735book19861.00Nineteenth century theatre periodicals : [guide]HistoryMicroform catalogs11ocn144656934art20031.00Miscellany11ocn025501277book18250.33Shakespeare, WilliamKing Richard IICriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionariesDrama"Richard II marks, as this new and invigorating edition by Charles Forker demonstrates, an exciting advance in the development of Shakespeare's artistry. The play's unusual formality of structure and tone and the impressive eloquence of its style seem to express the mystique of kingship more emphatically than any of the earlier histories, while its subtle handling of the major action - the dethronement of an unsuitable anointed monarch by an illegitimate but more able one - requires the audience to engage not just with the fall of a particular king but with the viability of hereditary monarchy as such." "Forker takes a fresh look at the first part of Shakespeare's second tetralogy of history plays, relating it to the earlier histories, placing it tellingly in its contemporary context, and discussing its relation to competing theories of monarchy and to the major political concerns of the 1590s. He demonstrates how in Richard II Shakespeare's exploration of the tragic personality achieved a higher degree of psychological complexity than in any earlier work, grounding the contest for power not just in factionalism of kinship or party but also in contrasts of sensibility and temperament. The complex style, imagery and rhetoric of the play, its verbal opulence, is fully discussed both in the introduction and in the full and authoritative commentary." "The edition also analyses and reconsiders Shakespeare's use of sources, asking why he chose to emphasize one approach over another, and outlines the play's rich afterlife, focusing on its changing reputation and particularly the varied history of twentieth-century staging. As usual with an Arden edition, there is a full exposition of textual complexity and the implications of presenting a modernized text. Richard II is a play that speaks directly to today's sense of political uncertainty and assertive individuality; it is given full value in this ample and authoritative edition."--BOOK JACKET+-+4817599665+-+4817599665Thu Oct 16 15:33:01 EDT 2014batch30467