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|Statement||By the author and ed. of the lives of "Mrs. Abingdon," "James Quin," etc., etc.|
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|Pagination||2 p. l., 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||01021875|
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Full text of "The life and times of the excellent and renowned actor Thomas Betterton." See other formats. The life and times of that excellent and renowned actor Thomas Betterton: of the Duke's and United companies, at the theatres in Portugal Street, Dorset Gardens, Drury Lane, &c., during the latter half of the seventeenth century, with such notices of the stage and English history, before and after the restoration, as serve generally to illustrate the subject.
The life and times of that excellent and renowned actor Thomas Betterton with such notices of the stage and English history, before and after the restoration, as serve generally to illustrate the subject Item PreviewPages: Thomas Betterton was born about in London, United Kingdom; the son of an under-cook to King Charles I.
Education Betterton was apprenticed to John Holden Sir William Davenant's publisher, and possibly later to a bookseller named Rhodes, who had been wardrobe-keeper to the theatre in. Thomas Betterton, (born c.London, Eng.—died ApLondon), leading English actor of the Restoration period and author of several popular adaptations.
Betterton made his debut in and in was hired by Sir William Davenant for the Duke’s Company, which played successively at the Lincoln’s Inn Fields Theatre and at Dorset Garden. Betterton, Thomas. -- Fiction. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
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: The Life Of Mr. Thomas Betterton, The Late Eminent Tragedian () (): Gildon, Charles: Books. Restoration London's leading actor and theatre manager Thomas Betterton has not been the subject of a biography since He worked with all the best-known playwrights of his age and with the first generation of English actresses; he was intimately involved in the theatre's responses to politics, and became a friend of leading literary men such as Pope and : David Roberts.
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NINTH EDITION and the first edition of Thomas Betterton's adaptation. Abridged and—as printed on the title page—"Revived, with Alterations" by Betterton ().
In his time, Betterton was the preeminent actor and theater manager in England. Wing S Source: Karl Kingsley Kitchen, The Night Side of Europe, as seen by a Broadwayite abroad (Cleveland: The David Gibson company, ), pp. Production: William Shakespeare, Der Kaufmann von Venedig [The Merchant of Venice], Deutsches Theater, Berlin, Text: A first night at the Deutsches Theatre is an event.
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