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Historia histrionica, by J. Wright
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Volume Elvira, or, the Worst not Always True by Earl Bristol; The Marriage Night by Viscount Falkland;The Adventures of Five Hours by Sir Samuel Tuke; All Mistaken, or, the Mad Couple by James Howard; Historia Histrionica by James Wright. William Carew Hazlitt ( ) was an English lawyer, bibliographer, editor, and writer. But in addition its witness to Clun’s boy playing antedates by thirty-five years James Wright’s assertion of that fact in Historia Histrionica () and takes an actor associated with the ‘Moor’ title to within a very short period of time close to the mids, a time when we know the King’s Men were performing the play under the Author: Gerald Baker.
Historia histrionica: an historical account of the English stage shewing the ancient use, improvement, and perfection of dramatick representations in this nation. In a dialogue of plays and players. ([London, E. W. Ashbee, ]), by James Wright (page images at HathiTrust). Randall Charles Menzer, Cleveland, WI View Full Report Known Locations: Cleveland WI, , Sheboygan WI , Sheboygan Falls WI
The "Historia Histrionica" was written, all authorities agree, by James Wright, Barrister-at-Law, whose "History and Antiquities of the County of Rutland" is quoted by Cibber in his first chapter (vol. i. p. 8). James Wright, Historia Histrionica: An Historical Account of the English Stage (London: for William Haws, ; facsimile reprint [of Harvard University Library copy] New York & London: Garland, ), sig B4. n staged there, is slim.
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Historia Histrionica is a literary work by James Wright (), on the subject of theatre in England in the seventeenth century. It is an essential resource for information on the actors and theatrical life of the period, providing data available nowhere else.
William Robbins hung himself The 11th of August in his own house in Paradise Cay,California. He suffered from a brain disease called Lewy body His last days William was losing his mind and was aware of it Biography. Robbins career began bywhen he was with Queen Anne's Men; he remained with that company for the remainder of its existence.
History and description of the parish of Clerkenwell addressing themselves to the balcony, and turning their backs upon a great part of "Historia Histrionica; an historical account of the English Stage": a tract reprinted in Dodsley's Collection, and originally published in its author is said to have been James Wright, barrister at Author: Thomas Cromwell.
On the authority of James Wright's Historia Histrionica (), he is also associated with Jonson's Epicure Mammon (The Alchemist), Morose, and the title role in Volpone. Again on Wright's report, Lowin is supposed to have originated the role of Bosola in The Duchess of Malfi, and he was probably by J.
Wright book the original Flaminius in Philip. Contains reprints of two rare tracts: Wright's "Historia histrionica, " (v. 1, p. ) and Aston's "Brief supplement to Colley Cibber Lives of the late famous actors and actresses mentioned by Ciber, taken from E.
Bellchamber's edition of the ʻApology', [perhaps by J.H. Burn]": v. 2, p.  Library copy is no. of The fortunes of the players under the Commonwealth may be followed in Historia histrionica detail in James Wright’s Historia Histrionica (reprinted in Hazlitt’s Dodsley (vol.
XV), and in Whitelocke’s Memorials. London: Printed by J.M. and are to be sold by William Ley, at His Shop at Pauls Chain, Kirkman, Francis. “ The Translators Epistle to the Reader,” in The Famous and Renowned History of Cited by: 4.
The last-named, also an actor until the closing of the theatres, published in the ‘Widow,’ by Ben Jonson, Fletcher, and Middleton, and according to Wright's ‘Historia Histrionica’ was ‘the woman actor at Black Friars,’ who, when in Cromwell's time the actors played privately in the houses of noblemen, ‘used to be the jackal.
Wright (Historia Histrionica) asserts that Shanks used to act Sir Roger (the Chaplain) in the ‘Scornful Lady’ of Beaumont and Fletcher, played at Blackfriars Theatre subsequently to He had a small part in the ‘Wild Goose Chace,’ of Beaumont and Fletcher, and a second in the ‘Prophetess’ of the same authors.
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(4) James Wright, Historia Histrionica (London, ), B3r. (5) Quoted in Andrew Gurr, Playgoing in Shakespeare's London, 2nd ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), (6) Thomas Dekker, If It Be Not Good, The Devil Is In It (London: J[ohn] T[rundle], ), A3v.
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Wright, Herbert E. A handy book for brewers Wright, Major J. Camus’ (J. P.) Nature’s paradox tr. Wright, James Historia histrionica (in Hazl., Dodsley; Arber, Eng.
Garner II) Wright, Joseph The English dialect dictionary – 3 A. Schlegel, Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature, rev. ed., ed. Morrison, trans. John Black (London: Bohn, ), 4 This division (though not the number of periods) is the same one that James Wright identifies in his Historia Histrionica (), one of the first theatre histories in English (and a work that Schlegel read).
Full text of "Shakespeare adaptations: The tempest, The mock tempest, and King Lear" See other formats. William Cartwright (died 17 December ) was an English actor of the seventeenth century, whose career spanned the Caroline era to the is sometimes known as William Cartwright, Junior or William Cartwright the younger to distinguish him from his father, another William Cartwright (fl.
– ), an actor of the previous generation. Author Index: William Shakespeare to Johann Heinrich Zschokke. Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. An alphabetical book of physicall secrets, Wright, Major J. Camus' (J. P.) Nature's paradox tr. Wright, James. Historia histrionica (in Hazl., Dodsley; Arber, Eng.
Garner II) Wright, Joseph. The English dialect dictionary – A grammar of the dialect of Windhill, in the West Riding of Yorkshire (E.D.S.). Shakespeare's Two Playhouses Repertory and Theatre Space at the Globe and the Blackfriars, – the book as a whole offers a helpful introduction to the theatres of early modern London and how spaces are shaped, legitimized, disturbed and re-imagined by the art that authorizes them.' Wright, James, Historia Histrionica: An Cited by: 4.
Apart from John Lacy's satirical play about his experiences in the royalist campaigns, the other famous figures are known from the reminiscences assigned to the 'old Cavalier' Truman in James Wright's Historia Histrionica, published half a century after war began, and which are only partly reliable: the player Richard Robinson was certainly not.Texts of plays, poems, etc.
are listed by author, not by editor. Collections of early documents, including Records of Early English Drama (REED) volumes, Malone Society Collections, Calendars of State Papers, maps, and corporation and institutional documents, are listed by editor and date.company was directed to him; 1 and Wright in Historia Histrionica 2 says that he was one of " those of principal note at the Cockpit ".
Wright also says that in the wars he was a major and quarter-master general at Oxford,3 but he may have confused the actor with the William Allen who was a drum-major before the wars