Footlights and Spotlights Memoir of Otis Skinner, 1924 Illustrated. Autobiography. Theater. Hardcover. American Actor. History. Broadway.
Footlights and Spotlights Memoir of Otis Skinner, 1924 is an Illustrated Autobiography About an American Actor's career on Broadway and elsewhere.
Footlights and Spotlights, a memoir, 1924 by Otis Skinner reviews an actor's long career on the American stage and provides a history of the American theater at the turn of the 20th century.
One of America's most versatile stage performers, Skinner (1858-1924) portrayed 140 different characters during the 1877-79 seasons. His daughter, actress Cornelia Otis Skinner, has also enjoyed a long career on stage and in the movies.
The 33 glossy photographs help reveal that fascinating period in American theater history at the turn of the 20th century.
This large hardcover book is 367 pages long and is in fair to good condition. All the pages are intact, but pages 85-95 have turned corners, and there is a bit of staining. The dark blue cloth cover is worn and the spine faded. All the photos, however, including the color frontispiece, are in good condition. The book measures 9 inches x 6" x 2".
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