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The theatre in Los Angeles, 1936.

Autor: Alfred C Jensen
Edição/Formato   Material de arquivo : Inglês
Base de Dados:WorldCat
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The manuscript, which Alfred Jensen wrote for the Los Angeles Federal Theatre Project, covers the history of theater in the United States and more specifically in Los Angeles. The manuscript includes an appendix listing plays that were performed in Los Angeles, the theater in which they were performed, the opening dates, and duration of the plays. In his history of the theater Jensen specifically talks about the  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Manuscripts
History
Pessoa Denominada: John Barrymore; H H Brackenridge; William Dunlap; John Howard Payne; John Augustus Stone; Royall Tyler; Mercy Otis Warren; John Barrymore; H H Brackenridge; William Dunlap; John Howard Payne; John Augustus Stone; Royall Tyler; Mercy Otis Warren
Tipo de Documento: Material de Arquivo
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Alfred C Jensen
Número OCLC: 228740660
Descrição: 202 pages, typescript, 28 cm.

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The manuscript, which Alfred Jensen wrote for the Los Angeles Federal Theatre Project, covers the history of theater in the United States and more specifically in Los Angeles. The manuscript includes an appendix listing plays that were performed in Los Angeles, the theater in which they were performed, the opening dates, and duration of the plays. In his history of the theater Jensen specifically talks about the following early American playwrights: William Dunlap, John Howard Payne, John Augustus Stone, Mercy Otis Warren, Hugh H. Brackenridge, and Royall Tyler. Jensen also covers the early history of movies and some of its actors including John Barrymore as well as the development of the Federal Theatre Project.

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