Theatre History in Canada Histoire Du Theatre Au Canada, Vol 5 no 2 Fall 1984 Graduate Centre for Study of Drama University of Toronto
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To Browse Theatre History in Canada Histoire Du Theatre Au Canada, Vol 5 no 2 Fall 1984 A journal published twice a year by the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama University of Toronto and Queen's University in Kingston.
Essays in this issue include:
Fanny Kemble and Charles Kemble: As Canadians Saw Them in 1833
Theatre and Politics of Confederation Elzear Labelle's "La Conversion d'un Pecheur de la Nouvelle-Ecosse"
"Measure By Measure" and other Nineteenth-Century Political Satires from New Brunswick
Esse W. Liungh and the Winnipeg Little Theatre
An Unrecorded Glimpse of Halifax's Theatre Royal in 1830
This issue shows the high quality of its editing and the value of its essays in providing a continuing history of Canadian theatre and drama.
This paperbound issue of Theatre History in Canada is in excellent condition--no marks or tears, firm throughout. It measures 6 inches by 9 inches by 1/4 inch and has 224 pages.