2 edition of formalist theatre of the children of St. Paul"s with reference to their repertoire. found in the catalog.
formalist theatre of the children of St. Paul"s with reference to their repertoire.
Written in English
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Univ. of Birmingham, 1989.
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St Paul's (p. ). His footnote in support leads to a reference to St Paul's by M. С Bradbrook, but the passage cited has a very signifi-cant "perhaps" attached to it which he passes over. He might also have taken account of the work of Reavley Gear (The Children of Paul's: the Story of a Theatre Company , Cambridge. Book Description: Medieval English Theatre is the premier journal in early theatre studies. Its name belies its wide range of interest: it publishes articles on theatre and pageantry from across the British Isles up to the opening of the London playhouses and the suppression of the civic mystery cycles, and also includes contributions on European and Latin drama, together with analyses of.
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Between and St Paul's Cathedral housed one of the earliest London theatre companies, a commercially successful playhouse whose actors were drawn from the choirboys under the direction of their choir master. These were the Children of Paul's. Between and St Paul's Cathedral housed one of the earliest London theatre companies, a commercially successful playhouse whose actors were drawn from the choirboys under the direction of their choir master.
These were the Children of Paul': The children of Paul's: the story of a theatre company, [W Reavley Gair] Professor Gair has researched extensively into primary source documents to produce a thorough account of the St Paul's Cathedral theatre's origins, location, structure, repertoire and audience.
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ASC has continuously presented a mix of contemporary plays, original new works, and classic musical theatre repertoire.
As part of their mission to educate the next generation of theatre artists. All of these are present in this production of Lloyd Webber's Whistle Down the Wind. The musical, which aborted its planned Broadway production after a poorly received tryout in Washington, DC, had a /2 year run in London but its American tour was cut short.
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