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Bernard Shaw; Pygmalion to many players.

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1973] .
ISBN 0472946005, 9780472946006

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Subjects Aufführung.
Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950.
Shaw, Bernard.
Shaw, Bernard. Pygmalion.
Description xii, 171 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 161-164).
Also issued online.
Contents 1 : The Years of failure -- The London plays and playhouses in 1890 -- St. George in dragon country : Henry Irving and Cyril Maude -- Rehearsals at the Haymarket -- St. George encounters Richard Mansfield and Arnold Daly -- Shaw's way with a play -- The Art of acting -- The Music in the plays -- 2 : The Years of preparation -- Music in Dublin and London -- The Religion of the pianoforte -- Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering -- Love and lessons -- t Madge Brailsford : a fantasy -- Florence Farr : "My one best and truest love" -- The Princess and the actress -- The Passionate Puritan to his love -- 4 : From Sloane Square to the West End -- Little Eyolf at the Independent Theatre -- The Demise of the Independent Theatre -- Shaw and Barker at the Court Theatre -- Shaw and Barker on stage -- Lillah McCarthy claims her kingdom -- Ellen Terry and Captain Brassbound -- From the court to the Savoy -- The Frohman Repertory and Lillah's Little Theatre -- 5 : Later years and legacy -- St. George and the siren -- The End of a partnership -- Shaw and Barker : their achievement -- The War years -- The Birmingham Repertory and the Theatre Guild -- Shaw at Malvern and the Old Vic -- Shaw's legacy to the players.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)847080
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