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Bibliography of the American theatre, excluding New York City
Carl Joseph Stratman
|Statement||[by] Carl J. Stratman.|
|LC Classifications||Z1231.D7 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 397 p.|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||65003359|
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Remember Me (lasts for 2 weeks, or until you log out). Get this from a library. The American theatre. [Victoria Wehrum] -- Traces the history of theatre in the United States from colonial days to the present emphasizing the playwrights, producers, and performers that helped develop a specifically American theatre.
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New York, St. Martin's Press, (OCoLC) This edition published in by F. Watts in New York. Edition Description Traces the history of theatre in the United States from colonial days to the present emphasizing the playwrights, producers, and performers that helped develop a specifically American theatre.
The American Place Theatre was founded in by Wynn Handman, Sidney Lanier, and Michael Tolan at St. Clement's Church, West 46th Street in Hell's Kitchen, New York City, and was incorporated as a not-for-profit theatre in that year.
Tennessee Williams and Myrna Loy were two of the original board members. InKirstein and Balanchine co-founded a company that would become the New York City Ballet. Balanchine served as artistic director of the company, based out of New York State Theater.
A year later, on December 1,Ailey died of AIDS in New York City. Early Life Born on January 5,in Rogers, Texas, Ailey became one of the leading figures in 20th-century modern dance. American Ballet Theatre, ballet company based in New York City and having an affiliated school.
It was founded in by Lucia Chase and Richard Pleasant and presented its first performance on Janu Chase was director, with Oliver Smith, from to The. New York City Ballet, formerly (–48) Ballet Society, resident ballet company of the New York State Theatre at the Lincoln Center for the Performing company, first named Ballet Society, was founded in by the choreographer George Balanchine (artistic director) and Lincoln Kirstein (general director) as a private subscription organization to promote lyric theatre.
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American theatre by,St. Martin's Press edition, in English. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. In Ailey established the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, a group of eight black dancers.
One year later, the theater became the resident dance company at the Clark Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. By the mids Ailey, who struggled with his weight, gave up dancing in favor. American musical theater refers to live theatrical productions in which the characters sing and speak as they tell a story.
Most American theater is written for Broadway, a network of 40 professional theaters in New York City. Thus, American musical theater pieces are commonly called Broadway musicals.
View Citation summary As America passed from a mere venue for English plays into a country with its own nationally regarded playwrights, William Dunlap lived the life of a pioneer on the frontier of the fledgling American theatre, full of adventures, mishaps, and close calls.William James "Count" Basie (/ ˈ b eɪ s i /; Aug – Ap ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer.
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