Then came each actor : Shakespearean actors, great and otherwise, including players and princes, rogues, vagabonds and actors motley, from Will Kempe to Olivier and Gielgud and after / Bernard Grebanier.
- ISBN: 0679505075
- ISBN: 9780679505075
- Physical Description: xii, 626 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : McKay, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 539-552) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Actors, acting, and the performing of Shakespeare -- In Shakespeare's day -- The restoration -- Theater in the new world -- The age of Barton Booth, James Quin, and Charles Macklin -- Theaters and audiences in the later eighteenth century -- Garrick -- Some other eighteenth-century actors -- John Philip Kemble -- Sarah Siddons -- Other Kembles and Mrs. Jordan -- Master Betty and other phenomena -- Kean -- Contemporaries of Kean -- William Macready, Edwin Forrest, and the Astor Place riot -- Edwin Thomas Booth -- Princesses of Denmark and other vagaries -- Samuel Phelps and Barry Sullivan -- Henry Irving and Ellen Terry -- Foreign actors play for English-speaking audiences -- Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Johnston Forbes-Robertson -- Jottings on some nineteenth-century actors -- Shakespeare and the silent cinema -- The twentieth century -- Gielgud and Olivier -- Some recent productions.
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