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Vol. 22, No. 4

pp135-180, Summer 1968

Articles

  1. The Coquette-Prude as an Actress's Line in Restoration Comedy During the Time of Mrs Oldfield

    Ben R. Schneider

  2. The Brome Hall Commonplace Book

    Stanley J. Kahrl

  3. Thomas Holcroft, George Coleman the Younger, and the Rivalry of the Patent Theatres

    Peter Thomson

  4. "From the London Theatres"

    Eric Irvin

BOOK REVIEWS

Pom-Poms and Ruffles. The Story of Northern Seaside Entertainment

G. J. Mellor

The World of Melodrama

Frank Rahill

The Prompter. A Theatrical Paper (1734-1736)

Aaron Hill and William Popple. Selected and edited by William W. Appleton and Kalman A. Burnim

Survey of London, Vols 33 and 34: The Parish of St Anne, Soho

F. H. W. Sheppard

The Coquette-Prude as an Actress’s Line in Restoration Comedy During the Time of Mrs Oldfield –§– The Brome Hall Commonplace Book –§– Thomas Holcroft, George Coleman the Younger, and the Rivalry of the Patent Theatres –§– “From the London Theatres”.

EDITORIAL

The passing of the Theatres Bill, abolishing theatrical censorship and the effect on the preservation of play scripts.
The STR Bulletin, no. 80


NOTES & QUERIES

Nineteenth-Century Theatre (requests for information):
The System of taxation for theatre property & Management in the 19thC
The whereabouts of treasury returns for London theatres
Distant (living?) relatives of Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft


Cheer Up, Sam


Ballet Prints – Dame Marie Rambert’s collection


Robert William Elliston, 1774-1831 (request for information)

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