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Autobiography of the Russian stage actor and director, Constantin Stanislavki. Introduction by Simon Callow. Cream and black decorative boards with red titles. 454 pages. B/w photos. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase which is faintly scuffed and has a few minor knocks to one closed edge.
Groucho, Chinco, Harpo Et Al. Silver/grey cloth with black and white titles and vignettes. B/w photos and colour illustrations. Top of spine very slightly bumped. Contained in publisher's silver slipcase which has a small, faint mark and a couple of light scratch marks to one panel.
Pink card wrap booklet. B/w photos. ISBN: 0900278293. Pink covers lightly creased at corners, slightly faded at spine. Contents fine.
Autobiography of the Russian stage actor and director, Constantin Stanislavki. Introduction by Simon Callow. Cream and black decorative boards with red titles. 454 pages. B/w photos. Spine lightly browned. Minor marks to text block. Contained in publisher's slipcase which is a little scuffed and slightly grubby.
THE OMNIBUS BOX: BEING DIGRESSIONS AND ASIDES ON SOCIAL AND THEATRICAL LIFE IN LONDON AND PARIS, 1830-1850
Written by Mark Edward Perugini.
Stock no. 2134003
Published by Jarrolds Publishers. 1933. Good condition.
Red cloth with gilt title to spine. B/w plates. Spine and corners are bumped and worn. Fading to spine, which also has a little fraying to cloth. Marks and scuffing to covers. Inscribed by Author to a previous owner (Not Fully SIGNED by); To Harry with love from his old pal - the author, Mark' 22nd May 1933. Some foxing throughout.
Pink card wrap booklet. B/w photos. ISBN: 0900278293. Staples rusty. Contents fine.
Groucho, Chinco, Harpo Et Al. Silver/grey cloth with black and white titles and vignettes. B/w photos and colour illustrations. Second printing. Contained in publisher's almost fine grey slipcase.
THE ENGLISH THEATRE IN WALES IN THE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES
Written by Cecil Price.
Stock no. 2127915
Published by University of Wales. 1st 1948. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Brown cloth. B/w illustrations. Uneven fading to cover edges; couple of bumps. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is browned with edge-creasing and chipping; some tape repairs to verso; couple of damp marks to edges.
A Critical Study of the Commedia Dell'Arte. Exploring the question - what was the basic force which kept this particular kind of theatrical presentation vital for more than two centuries and which, even after it had vanished, has caused many of its characters to live in our memories? Large format. Card wraps. B/w photos and illustrations. 243 pages includes index. ISBN: 0521291321. Light creasing to cover lower edge. Rear cover lightly browned. Light foxing to half-title else contents clean.
Examining in depth the work of a contemporary British stage designer. Based on conversations between Herbert and Courtney. Large format. Black boards, silver title to spine. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 1874044058. Base of spine shelf bumped. Contents fine. Dustwrapper is edge-worn, scuffed and has a small chip to lower edge of rear panel.
Cream cardwraps. Theatre programme and story. Text in French. B/w illustrations and photos on stage. Surface paper loss to cover edges. Covers grubby. Damp stain to lower margins throughout.
THEATRE IN THE COTSWOLDS: THE BOLES WATSON FAMILY AND THE CIRENCESTER THEATRE
Written by Anthony Denning; Paul Ranger.
Stock no. 1807486
Published by The Society For Theatre Research. 1st 1993. Slightly better than very good condition.
Green glazed boards. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0854300546. Top of spine bumped. Contents fine.