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Theatre and drama in the making

Author: John Gassner; Ralph G Allen
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1964.
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Genre/Form: Drama
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Gassner, John, 1903-1967.
Theatre and drama in the making.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin [1964]
(OCoLC)591788299
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Gassner; Ralph G Allen
OCLC Number: 1133645
Description: xvi, 1071 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The classical theatre. The origin of tragedy --
from The poetics. The origin of poetry and tragedy / Aristotle --
Greek tragedy and Dionysus / H.D.F. Kitto --
Theory and criticism of tragedy --
from The poetics. The nature of tragedy / Aristotle --
from Deipnosophists. Antiphanes and Timocles on tragedy / Athenaeus --
from The art of poetry / Horace --
Playwrights and their sources: The house of Atreus --
from The Odyssey. The story of Agamemnon / Homer --
The Trojan women --
from The Iliad. The dirge for Hector / Homer --
The Melian conference and the fate of Melos / Thucydides --
The Greek chorus --
On the use of the chorus in tragedy / Friedrich von Schiller --
Old comedy and new --
An abstract of a comparison betwixt Aristophanes and Menander / Plutarch --
Greek and Roman stage production --
The influence of actors on Greek drama / Roy Caston Flickinger --
The Roman stage and the actors' house / W. Beare --
The medieval theatre. Origins: Religious drama --
An early Christmas trope --
An early Easter trope --
from The Regularis concordia / Ethelwold --
Secular drama --
An English sword dance play --
The play of St. George --
A Robin Hood folk play --
Playwrights and their sources --
The sacrifice-of-Isaac theme --
The story of Abraham and Isaac (Genesis 22:1-19) --
The Brome Abraham and Isaac --
The nativity theme --
Herod and the Magi (Matthew 2:1-18) --
The magi, Herod, and the slaughter of the innocents --
Medieval stage production --
A day's labour / F.M. Salter --
The Renaissance theatre. Stage production: The new scenery --
The stage / Sebastiano Serlio --
Elizabethan public theatres --
The swan drawing --
The contract for building the Fortune Theatre, 1599 --
The stately-furnished scene / C. Walter Hodges --
Courtly entertainment: masques --
The masque of queens / Ben Jonson --
The popular theatre: Commedia dell' arte --
The portrait / Flaminio Scala --
The Elizabethan jig --
Singing Simpkin --
The Elizabethan audience --
from The gulls' hornbook / Thomas Dekker --
Shakespeare's audience: what kind of people? / Alfred Harbage --
Puritan attacks, and an actor's defense --
Of actors and the true use of their quality / Thomas Heywood --
from A refutation of the apology for actors / I.G. --
Playwrights and their sources: Criticism in Renaissance England --
from The defense of poesy / Sir Philip Sidney --
from Every man out of his humour. The induction / Ben Jonson --
from Sejanus, his fall. To the readers / Ben Jonson --
from Timber; or discoveries made upon men and matter. De Shakespeare nostrati / Ben Jonson --
To the memory of my beloved master William Shakespeare / Ben Jonson --
Theory and practice in the Spanish theatre --
The new art of writing plays in this age / Lope de Vega --
Source material for tragedy --
from the English Faust-book of 1592 (source for Marlowe's Doctor Faustus) --
from Plutarch's Lives (source for Shakespeare's Julius Caesar) --
from Cinthio's Hecatommithi (source for Shakespeare's Othello) --
from Saxo Grammaticus' Historica danica (source for Shakespeare's Hamlet) --
from Holinshed's Chronicles (source for Shakespeare's Macbeth) --
The European theatre, 1650-1800. Neoclassical theory in France and England --
Some ways of treating tragedy according to probability or necessity / Pierre Corneille --
Preface to Bérénice / Jean Racine --
from The school for wives criticized / Molière --
Preface to Samson Agonistes / John Milton --
from An essay of dramatic poesy / John Dryden --
from A short view of tragedy / Thomas Rymer --
The spectator, no. 40 / Joseph Addison --
A discourse on tragedy / Voltaire --
from Preface to Shakespeare / Samuel Johnson --
The immorality of the restoration stage --
from A short view of the immorality and profaneness of the English stage / Jeremy Collier --
from Amendments of Mr. Collier's false and imperfect citations / William Congreve --
The comedy of wit and the comedy of sentiment --
Preface to The conscious lovers / Richard Steele --
Remarks on the preface to The conscious lovers / John Dennis --
A comparison between laughing and sentimental comedy / Oliver Goldsmith --
The bourgeois serious drama --
Dedication and prologue to The London merchant / George Lillo --
from On dramatic poetry / Denis Diderot --
from An essay on serious drama / Pierre Augustin Cron de Beaumarchais --
The nineteenth century. New perspectives on Shakespeare --
Shakespeare ad infinitum / Johann Wolfgang von Geothe --
On Shakspeare's stage productions / Charles Lamb --
On cutting Shakespear / George Bernard Shaw --
Dramatic theory: from romanticism to naturalism --
The stage as a moral institution / Friedrich von Schiller --
Preface to Cromwell / Victor Hugo --
Preface to A prodigal father / Alexandre Dumas --
Preface to Thérèse Raquin / Émile Zola --
Author's preface to Miss Julie / August Strindberg --
The technical novelty in Ibsen's plays / George Bernard Shaw --
A playwright and his sources --
Notes for A Doll's house and Ghosts / Henrik Ibsen --
Stage production: from romanticism to naturalism : An age of actors --
On the art of Mrs. Siddons / William Hazlitt --
Mr. Kean's Richard III / William Hazlitt --
Was Macready a great actor? / George Henry Lewes --
Henry Irving's Hamlet / Clement Scott --
Shylock at the Lyceum / Henry James --
A satirical look at staging technique --
The perfect stage manager / E.T.A. Hoffmann --
Victorian stage conventions --
A stage play / W.S. Gilbert --
The coming of a new order --
Stage movement / George II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen --
Tribute to Antoine / Eugene Brieux --
from My life in the Russian theatre / Vladimir Nemirovitch-Danchenko --
from My life in art / Constantin Stanislavski --
from An actor prepares / Constantin Stanislavski --
The twentieth century. New perspectives in stage production --
Enter William Poel / Arthur Colby Sprague --
The staging of Tristan and Isolde / Adolphe Appia --
Rearrangements / Edward Gordon Craig --
Day dreams: the case of Gordon Craig / Lee Simonson --
Toward a new stage / Robert Edmond Jones --
Reinhardt's production of The miracle / Huntly Carter --
Man and the masses / Mordecai Gorelik --
The tsar laughed / Mordecai Gorelik --
from Reflections on the theatre / Jean-Louis Barrault --
From Strindberg to Bertolt Brecht / Eric Bentley --
New perspectives in criticism and theory --
Author's note to A dream play / August Strindberg --
The author to the producer of Masses and man / Ernst Toller --
from Discoveries / William Butler Yeats --
from The tragic theatre / William Butler Yeats --
Preface to The playboy of the western world / John Millington Synge --
Preface to Six characters in search of an author / Luigi Pirandello --
Forgers of myths: the young playwrights of France / Jean-Paul Sartre --
The world of Ionesco / Eugene Ionesco --
The possibilities and perils of modern tragedy / John Gassner --
Playwrights and their sources --
Working notes and extracts from a fragmentary work diary / Eugene O'Neill --
Portrait of a girl in glass / Tennessee Williams --
A note on the historical accuracy of The crucible / Arthur Miller --
The American drama and theatre, 1800-1930. European domination and the need for reform --
Jonathan Oldstyle at the Park Theatre / Washington Irving --
Two critiques of Anna Cora Mowatt's Fashion / Edgar Allan Poe --
Miserable state of the stage / Walt Whitman --
A note on the theatre / Henry James --
Notes on the theatres: New York / Henry James --
The star system --
The star system / William B. Wood --
Some European visitors --
Charles Kemble's Hamlet / William Leggett --
Tommaso Salvini / Henry James --
Irving and Terry in Much ado / William Winter --
Native talent --
Edwin Forrest / William Winter --
On Booth's acting in various characters / William Winter --
American stereotypes in farce and melodrama --
A critique of Uncle Tom's cabin --
A critique of Davy Crockett --
Edward Harrigan's comedies / William Dean Howells --
The advent of realism: the impact of Ibsen and Shaw --
James A. Herne's Margaret Fleming / Edward A. Dithmar --
Ghosts / William Winter --
Ghosts / James Huneker --
The limit of stage indecency --
Some of my stage effects / David Belasco --
The new stagecraft --
The Jones-Barrymore-Hopkins Macbeth / Kenneth Macgowan --
American tragedy --
Eugene O'Neill's new play / Stark Young --
American social theatre in the thirties: Social realism and imaginative theatre / John Gassner --
Two studies of eighteenth-century staging. David Garrisk: plot and practice / Kalman A. Burnim --
The wonders of Derbyshire: a spectacular eighteenth-century travelogue / Ralph G. Allen --
The realist-theatricalist fusion: a prescription for the future / John Gassner.
Responsibility: [edited by] John Gassner [and] Ralph G. Allen.

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