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Beaumont and Fletcher on the Restoration stage.

Author: Arthur Colby Sprague
Publisher: [New York] B. Blom [1965, ©1926]
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Sprague, Arthur Colby, 1895-
Beaumont and Fletcher on the Restoration stage.
[New York] B. Blom [1965, c1926]
(OCoLC)707695258
Named Person: Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Colby Sprague
OCLC Number: 352646
Description: xx, 299 p. illus., facsim., ports. 23 cm.
Contents: Part I: The stage history of the plays --
The commonwealth drama --
From the reopening of the theatres to the organization of D'Avenant's company (November 5, 1660) --
From the organization of D'Avenant's company to its opening a Lincoln's Inn Fields (November 1660-June 1661) --
From D'Avenant's opening at Lincoln's Inn Fields to the opening of the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane (June 1661-May7, 1663) --
From the opening of the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane to the union of the companies (May 1, 1663-November 16, 1682) --
From the union of the companies to Betterton's opening at Lincoln's Inn Fields (November 16, 1682-April 30, 1695) --
From Betterton's opening at Lincoln's Inn Fields to the reinforcement of the Haymarket Company under Swiney (April 30, 1695-October 15, 1706) --
From the reinforcement of the Haymarket Company under Swiney to the opening of "Her Majesty's only company of comedians" (October 15, 1706-January 15, 1708) --
From the opening of "Her Majesty's only company of comedians" to the end of the union (January 15, 1708-June 4, 1709) --
From the end of the union to the death of Betterton (June 4, 1709-April 28, 1710) --
Part II: The alterations and adaptions --
The rivals / D'avenant --
The island princess / Anon. --
The island princess / Tate --
The island princess / Motteux --
The prophetess / Betterton --
Bonduca / Powell (?) --
Valentinian / Rochester --
The maid's tragedy / Waller --
The restoration / Buckingham (?) --
Philaster / Settle --
The unhappy kindness / Scott --
The faithful general / M.N. --
The chances / Buckingham --
Trick for trick / D'Urfey --
A commonwealth of women D'Urfey --
A fool's preferment / D'Urfey --
The pilgrim / Vanbrugh --
The inconstant / Farquhar --
With without mercy / Anon. --
The rival fools / Cibber --
Characteristics of the altered versions.

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