Promptbooks for productions of Shakespeare's King Richard the Second, 1819-1898.

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Irving, Henry, Sir, 1838-1905. Promptbooks for productions of Shakespeare's King Richard the Second, 1819-1898.

Promptbooks for productions of Shakespeare's King Richard the Second, 1819-1898.

Includes a promptbook throroughly marked from Edmund Kean's book with calls, cuts, cues for music and effects, diagrams, scenic indications, stage business, and timing for Kean's Drury Lane production; MS cast list gives Wallack as Richard II, William Warren as Gaunt and William B. Wood as Bolingbroke; MS note on title page says, "Warring-Wood Marked from Mr. Kean's Book." (no. 311); and Sir Henry Irving's study book marked in his hand in pencil and blue crayon and used for music cues for a presentation at the Lyceum Theatre, London (no. 312).

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Lyceum Theatre (London, England)

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"The theatre burnt down in 1830. ... Beazley designed and built a replacement, also known as the English Opera House, on the same site; it opened in July 1834" - Grove Opera. From the description of Contracts, specifications and plans for the building and rebuilding of the Lyceum Theatre, London : 1834-1860. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 612811405 ...

Kean, Edmund, 1787-1833

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Wood, William B. (William Burke), 1779-1861

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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616

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Irving, Henry, Sir, 1838-1905

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Warren, William, 1767-1832

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