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The lecture will examine how Irving acted, how he comfortably played two completely opposite types of character, how he achieved public respect, and how his acting was received by his contemporaries.
Michael Booth is Emeritus Professor of Theatre at the University of Victoria, Canada, and is the author or editor of many books, play collections, and articles associated with the 19th century English stage.
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8th May 2008