Theatre Notebook Index: vols 41-64 (A)

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7:84 (Scotland) Theatre Co 63 183, 64 178
99 Strand, Theatre at 56 179
1956 And All That (Rebellato) 55 103­5

A. & S. Gatti scripts collection 54 123
Aaron, Stephen 53 108
Abbeville Rooms, Simla, India 62 80­3, 62 94
Abbey Theatre, Dublin 53 60, 56 16, 56 180, 59 176­7, 59 178
Abbot, William 43 53, 43 54, 63 85­6
ABC of Theatre Jargon, The (Reid) 56 75
Abdelazer (Behn) 42 19, 47 150, 47 152
à Beckett, Gilbert Abbott 50 82, 61 146­8, 61 151­2, 61 161­2, 61 164
Abel, C. Douglas 43 96
    'Edmund Kean's Masonic career' 43 69­70
Abel, C.F. 42 68
Aberdeen
    Arts Centre Film Club 53 59
    Beach Pavilion 53 82
    Burney playbills 57 138­9
    songs 53 81­3
    Theatre Royal 53 118
Aberystwyth, Burney playbills 57 138
A.B.F. see Actor's Benevolent Fund
Abington, Frances 41 84, 41 85, 41 135, 42 71­2, 43 5, 47 170­1
    salary 64 60
Abolition of Slavery Act 61 164­5
Aborigines 55 83­4, 55 88­9
Abra-Mulé (Trapp) 61 127
Abraham (Hroswitha) 46 114
Abrams, Harriet 53 116, 54 60­1
Abrams, Richard, 'Oldys, Motteux and 'The Play'rs old motto': The 'Totus Mundus' conundrum revisited' 61 122­31
Abrams, Theodosia 53 116, 54 61
Abse, Dannie 51 56
Absence of War, The 48 50
absurd theatre 50 68­77
Abuses 44 119, 44 120, 45 123
Academy of Dramatic Art 54 171
Accessions to Repositories 60 181, 62 172, 63 184­5
    1990, theatrical manuscripts 46 48­9
    2009  64 175­81
    H.M.C. 56 181­2
Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Fo) 64 107­8
account books, Georgian theatre 64 58­9, 64 61, 64 72
Account of the English Dramatick Poets (Langbaine) 61 127
accountants 54 35­41
Accrington theatres 50 117
Acheson, Arthur, 1st Earl of Gosford 63 81
Acheson, Mary 63 81
Achurch, Janet 60 175, 61 107, 61 109, 64 130­49
Acis and Galatea (Motteux) 49 168, 59 36
Ackermann's Microcosm of London 55 100, 55 159
Ackman, Mr 50 144
Acosta, Mercedes de 50 117
acrobats 49 112, 54 136
act tunes 54 87, 60 78
Act of Union 59 50
acting style
    ancient theatre 45 2­16, 45 6, 45 8, 45 10­11, 45 13­14
    eighteenth century 41 24­31, 41 79­89, 41 128­39, 41 133, 41 135, 41 137
    Saint-Denis' productions 53 96­115
Acting Women: Images of Women in Theatre (Ferris) 46 52­3
Actor as Playwright in Early Modern Drama (Johnson) 58 42­3
Actor Prepares, An (Stanislavsky) 53 99
actor-managers
    books reviewed 54 65­6, 63 61­2
    Charrington 64 130­59
    disadvantages of system 54 179
    Fagan 56 15
    programmes 56 21
actors
    book reviewed 55 103
    Covent Garden dispute 1800  63 92­125
    in the eighteenth century 61 132­43
    names as textual evidence 63 70­9
    nurseries 48 148­56
    salaries see salaries
    in the seventeenth century 55 2­5
    strike, 1743  52 9
    war service 60 129­33
    see also individual actors
Actors' Association 41 124, 41 126, 44 32, 44 36, 44 37
Actor's Benevolent Fund (A.B.F.) 41 118­22, 41 126
Actors' Company 52 164­7
Actor's Make-Up Book (Helmer) 50 98, 50 102
actresses
    books reviewed 48 57­9, 60 67
    as boys in Shakespeare 48 132­3
    Calcutta theatricals 61 71
    early actresses 59 10
    eighteenth-century 64 112­13
    feminism 50 62­5
    'lines of business' 59 71, 59 72
    Restoration 51 76
    in society 59 174
    status 54 125
    Victorian 41 114­28
    see also actors; individual actresses
Actresses' Franchise League (A.F.L.) 42 128, 42 130, 45 133­5, 49 100, 49 101, 50 64
Actresses on the Victorian Stage: Feminine Performances and the Galatea Myth (Marshall) 53 178­80
Adam and Eve (turn-up) 45 70
Adam and Eve wall paintings 52 102­3
Adam, Robert 47 76­7, 53 135­7
Adams (equestrian mime) 47 5
Adams, John Cranford 51 65, 51 66
Adams, Martin, Henry Purcell, The Origins and Development of His Musical Style 50 56­7
Adams, Rosalind 63 55
A.D.C. see Amateur Dramatic Club, Simla
Addison and Arne's Rosamond 49 17
Addison, Joseph 45 95, 47 92, 52 93­4, 52 99
Adelbert, the Deserter 50 100
Adelina Patti's opera house 59 166
'Adelphi Drama' 58 159
Adelphi Little Theatre 54 166, 56 11, 56 15
Adelphi Play Society 56 11
Adelphi Theatre 59 151, 59 153, 59 155­7
    1935-8 receipt book 49 112
    A. & S. Gatti scripts collection 54 123
    archives 55 47
    Birmingham 63 130, 63 131­48
    Black Eyed Susan 50 168, 50 169
    burlesque 42 118­23, 56 183
    ghost drama 1863  43 21
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 102­3, 54 105, 54 107, 54 110, 54 112, 54 116, 54 119­20
    lighting 46 125
    Moor Street, Birmingham 63 130, 63 131­48
    programmes 56 20, 56 23, 56 38, 56 46, 56 50, 56 52­3, 56 64­5
    'supers' 50 109
    Ticket-of-Leave, A 57 150
Adler, Steven, Rough Magic: Making Theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company 56 135
Admiral Pocock (ship) 61 63, 62 121
Admiral's Men 53 163­73
    actors' names as evidence 63 77
    royal control of 55 5
    stage-sitting 64 6
    Swan Theatre 55 122­3
    Tamburlaine 57 79, 57 81
admission orders 63 93, 63 103­6, 63 112, 63 119­20
admission prices
    actors' disputes 63 102
    Dorset Garden Theatre 62 63­75
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 139, 63 146
    Music Hall 53 67, 53 69
    see also tickets
Adrian the Betrayer (ghost show) 43 23­4, 51 111­12
Adrien de Frontignac 51 112
Adrienne Lecouvreur (Scribe and Legouvé) 64 136
Adron, Ralph 55 49
'advanced price' seats 62 66, 62 67, 62 71­3
Adventures of Five Hours, The (Tuke) 47 25­7, 60 76, 61 12­31
Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor, The (turn-up) 45 81
advertising 41 54­5
    Georgian theatre 64 72­3, 64 75
    Home's Douglas 60 137­40
    pantomime 60 104, 60 105, 60 107, 60 109, 60 110, 60 111
    see also playbills
Aebischer, Pascale, Shakespeare's Violated Bodies: Stage and Screen Performance 59 115
Aenea, Mlle 55 101, 55 102
aerial ballet 63 152
Aesop (Vanbrugh) 49 169, 50 135­45
    Part II 50 136, 50 142
AEsop's fables 57 121­2, 57 124, 57 125
Affair of Honour, An 53 37
'affections' 41 128­9
A.F.H.Q. Theatre Club 57 25, 57 26
A.F.L. see Actresses' Franchise League
African-Americans 61 96­7
'African Roscius' see Aldridge, Ira; Smith, Morgan
African slaves 62 10
After Dark (Boucicault) 64 29
After Dickens: Reading Adaptation and Performance (Glavin) 54 125­7
afterpieces
    benefits 50 24­5, 63 106­7
    Hobart Town, Tasmania 55 87
Agas, Ralph 54 74, 54 75, 54 77
Agate, James 52 166, 56 14­15
Age, The (periodical) 61 152­3, 61 156, 61 164
Agit Prop theatre 64 101
Agreeable Surprise, The (O'Keeffe) 58 18, 58 22, 58 24­5, 58 26
A.H.R.B. see Arts and Humanities Research Board
Aicard, Jean 56 127, 56 129
Aida 57 113
Ainger, Alfred 47 162
Ainsworth, William Harrison 54 98, 54 101, 54 103, 54 114, 54 116­17
air-conditioned theatres 62 161
Airs on a Shoestring (Lister) 53 52
Akademi, South Asia 55 160
alabaster carvings 48 85­102, 48 91
Aladdin
    marionettes 48 30
    nineteenth-century ballet 46 127
    pantomime 60 103, 60 104, 60 107, 60 108, 60 111
    turn-up 45 81
Albanesi, Meggie 63 187
Albemarle, George Monk, 1st Duke of 59 47­8, 59 50
Albert, Ben 57 164
Albert, Prince Consort 55 37, 55 42, 63 139
Albery, Bronson 52 162
Albery's plays
    Bells, The 55 106, 58 157, 59 123­5, 59 133, 59 136, 59 138, 59 143
    Two Roses 59 139­40
Albion and Albanius (Dryden) 48 105, 48 108, 48 112­14, 62 14
Alcazar 55 113
Alceste (Smollett) 58 7, 58 13
Alchemist, The (Jonson) 49 13, 49 15, 52 165, 59 65
    1663 cast 49 66­8
    Betterton's revival 54 87
    congestions on stage 56 107
    costumes 46 102, 46 103
    Poel's staging 44 74­80, 44 77­8, 46 95­104
    promptbooks and programmes 46 95­6
    stage doors 60 19­20
Alcibiades (Otway) 47 150
alcoholism 61 84, 61 86­7
Aldersey, Mr 58 24­6
Alderson, Brian 56 79
Aldridge, Ira 47 112, 60 15, 60 30­44, 60 31, 61 144­69
Aldwych Theatre 53 107­15, 56 11, 60 52­6
ale houses see tap-houses
Alexander, Alexander 64 83­4
Alexander, Bill 51 13
Alexander, Ewart 63 183
Alexander, George 56 21, 59 142
    memorials 57 72
    St. James's Theatre 46 59­73, 46 63, 46 69
Alexander, J.M. 57 109
Alexander, Peter 63 73
Alexander, Terence 60 52, 60 55
Alexander Turnbull Library 61 77, 61 78
Alexandra (Voss) 64 136
Algeria 57 25, 57 33­4, 60 41­2
Alhambra Music Hall 60 104, 60 108
Alhambra, The (Smith) 58 127, 58 133
Alhambra Theatre 49 43, 58 161­2
    Bradford 47 48
    chorus 44 27
    lighting 46 127, 46 128
    programmes 56 20, 56 50
    see also individual places
ali d'amore, Le (Rauzzini) 42 67
Alice Pierce 55 120
Alice the Witless (Pitt) 52 31­2, 52 33
Alick Johnstone scene painters 54 177
Alida, Mdlle 60 106
Alington, C.A., Royal Arms, The 50 53
Alison, Sir Archibald 46 41
Alkins, Robert 54 178
All at Coventry: or, Love and Laugh (Moncrieff) 55 101
All For Love (Dryden) 47 148, 48 110, 49 18­19, 49 22, 49 76, 59 4
    benefits 50 23
    Prospect Productions 1977  50 177
All Mistaken (Howard) 47 21, 47 23
All that Fall (Beckett) 43 88
All the World's a Stage (Jackman) 58 29
Allen, Adrianne 56 69
Allen, Dave 53 178
Allen, Giles 42 3, 42 5, 42 7, 42 8, 44 50
Allen, Jack, archive papers 62 171
Allen, J.C. 63 184
Allen, John
    A History of the Theatre in Europe 41 43­5
    (R) 41 146­7
Allen, Maud 53 178
Allen, P.S. 46 137, 46 141
Allen, Samuel 44 76
Allers, C.W. 44 33
Alleyn, Edward 49 54­5, 53 147, 55 123, 55 127, 57 81
Allfree, Claire 62 121
Allied Forces Headquarters see A.F.H.Q.
'allowed' books 56 141­2
All's Lost by Lust (Rowley) 55 15
All's Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare) 55 69, 56 107, 60 22­3
Almanzor and Almahide (Dryden) 47 23, 47 27
Almoner's House, St. Paul's 54 73­4, 54 75, 54 77, 54 78­9, 54 80­1
Alphonso, King of Naples (Powell) 48 109
Alternatives Within the Mainstream: British Black and Asian Theatres (Godiwala) 60 119­21
Amalgamated Musicians' Union 61 52
Amateur Dramatic Club (A.D.C.), Simla 62 78­103, 62 85
    organisation 62 92­8, 62 93, 62 95
    repertoire 62 86­91, 62 89­90, 62 107­20
amateur theatre
    archive papers 63 180, 63 181, 64 176, 64 178
    Calcutta 61 73­4
    Kenward 57 25, 57 29­30
    private theatricals 58 18­34, 58 19, 58 23
    programmes 56 19
    Simla, India 62 76­120
    travelling players 58 61
    twentieth century 58 92
Ambassadors' Theatre 52 48
Amber, Nishat 62 105­6
Amberg, Andrew 43 136­7
Amberg, Anthony 51 170­1
Ambient, M., Arcadians, The 62 87, 62 116
Ambitious Slave, The (Settle) 48 105, 48 109
Ambitious Statesman, The (Crowne) 47 142, 47 149, 47 153
Amboyna (Dryden) 47 23, 47 27, 47 142, 47 148
Amelia (opera) 46 160
America
    Booth in 55 78
    C.A.S.T. 64 101­2
    Chicago, Iroquois Theatre 53 175­6
    civil war 61 77­106
    Kean's tour 55 80­2, 61 77­106
    musicals 56 74­5
    Nash in 64 31, 64 32
    Pálmay in 55 156
    Poel influence 53 159
    Lady Rosehill in 64 82­95
    theatre video records 43 134­5
    Washington D.C. 62 151
    see also New York; United States
American Biographs 63 164
American Circus Company 58 126
American Company 64 86, 64 89, 64 91
Amherst, J.H. 60 149
Amorous Bigot, The, with the Second Part of Tegue O'Divelly (Shadwell) 48 108
Amorous Old Woman, The (Duffett) 47 148
Amorous Prince, The (Behn) 47 25, 47 26, 47 152
Amorous Widow, The (Betterton) 51 47
Amours of Harlequin, or The Bottle Conjuror (hoax) 45 80
amphitheatres
    Birmingham 63 131­48
    first 53 134­5
    frons scenae 55 61­2
    grates on doors 56 140
    staging resources 56 86­7
    Théâtre du Marais 55 25, 55 26­7, 55 33­6
    see also outdoor stages
Amphitryon (Dryden) 48 108, 49 22
Amphitryon (Molière) 55 36
Amthos, Mr (actor) 54 28­9
An tOireachtas 54 62
Analysis of Beauty (Hogarth) 47 29­40
Anatomist, The (Ravenscroft) 48 14, 49 13­19, 49 22­3, 61 135­6, 62 7­9, 62 11, 62 17
Anatomy of Melancholy (Burton) 61 128
ancient theatre
    acting style 45 2­16, 45 6, 45 8, 45 10­11, 45 13­14
    mime 46 136­44
Ancient World on the Victorian and Edwardian Stage, The (Richards) 64 51­2
And So To Bed (Fagan) 56 10
Anderson, Arthur 54 31
    White Chrysanthemum, The 56 21
Anderson, David 44 96
    1940s and 50s stage staff 49 108­10
    'Theatres in Totnes' 44 55­62
Anderson, James (actor) 44 113
Anderson, James (Drury Lane manager) 58 125­6, 58 128
Anderson, James R. 47 157, 51 82, 51 85
Anderson, John Henry 50 154
Anderson, Lawrence 57 19, 57 21­2
Anderson, Lindsay 64 163­9, 64 171
Anderson, Mrs (actress) 45 24, 51 47
Anderson, Percy 56 22
Andover
    circuit 53 19
    Penton Players 63 181
André Chenier 57 28
Andrews, Ted 56 71
Andreyev's Katerina 53 96
Androcles and the Lion 52 165
Angel, Maurice & Sons 56 22
Angel of Peace and Pardon, The (ghost drama) 43 20
Anglesey, Cemaes Bay Dramatic Society 54 63
Anglo-Saxon jugglers 44 2­10, 44 5, 44 8
'Angry Young Men' broadcasts (Saint-Denis) 60 46, 60 49­51
Angus, Scotland 56 181
Animal Magnetism (Inchbald) 48 166­7
animals 53 118
    Dorset Garden's dancing monkeys 57 119­35, 57 123, 57 125
    early 17c. entertainment 52 124
    'Greene's Baboone' 60 72­5
    juggling acts 57 94
    see also individual types of animal
Annajanska (Shaw) 48 81
Annals, Michael 45 38
Annals (Stow) 54 71­2
Anne, Queen 61 2, 61 5, 61 138­40
    birthday celebrations 47 69, 62 7­19
annual indexes 53 59
Anspach, Margrave of 63 149­50
Anspach, Margravine of 63 149­50, 63 149­50
Antarctic theatricals 57 143­57, 57 145, 57 149, 57 151
anti-masques 57 122
anti-theatre see morality
Antipodes, The (Brome) 46 79, 46 80, 46 84, 55 112
antiquarianism 58 129
Antoine, Andre 53 98
Antonio and Mellida (Marton) 56 107
Antonio's Revenge (Marston) 46 80, 46 82, 56 107, 56 140
Antony and Cleopatra (Sedley) 47 150
Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) 47 33­4, 48 12, 58 40­1
    book reviewed 45 106­7, 54 177­8
    Burney playbills 57 138
    congestions on stage 56 107
    extras 51 10
    stage doors 55 69
    stage level 48 51­2, 48 172, 48 173
Antwerp 49 93
Apartments 'Visitors to the Exhibition may be accommodated' 58 127­8
ape impersonators 60 72­5
    see also man-monkeys
Aphra Behn Stages the Social Scene in the Restoration Theatre (Lewcock) 63 126
Aphrodysical, The (Percy) 46 83
Apollo of Belvedere (statue) 41 80, 49 160, 49 162
Apollo and Daphne, or Harlequin's Metamorphoses (pantomime) 45 80
Apollo and Daphne (Hughes) 49 169
Apollo and Daphne (Theobold) 64 13
Apollo Theatre programmes 56 20, 56 34, 56 36, 56 40, 56 66
Apollo/the Sun on stage 43 138
Apology for Actors (Heywood) 53 16
Apology (Cibber) 41 74­5, 63 101­2
Apothecaries Hall 44 74, 44 76­9, 44 77­8, 59 65, 61 3
    Alchemist, The 46 95­102, 46 99­100
apothecaries' special effects 61 2­11
Apotheosis of Captain Cook, The 56 163, 56 164
Apperley, C.J. (Nimrod) 59 53
Appia, Adolphe 62 137
Appleton, William W. 47 180
    'Robert Eddison as a collector' 47 168­9
Apprentice, The (Murphy) 58 32
apprenticeships 63 76­7
apron stage 47 76­9, 53 107
Arabian Nights, The 48 30
Aram, Eugene 59 81, 59 88
arc lights 63 164
Arcadia Theatre, Llandudno 59 169
Arcadians, The (Ambient, Thompson and Wimperis) 62 87, 62 116
Archer, Jayne Elisabeth, Progresses, Pageants and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I 63 58­9
Archer, R.J., Our Only Arthur, the Story of Arthur Roberts 50 179
Archer, William 44 100­1, 44 113, 53 147
    Charrington and 64 130, 64 134, 64 136­7, 64 139, 64 142­4
    Henry Irving, Actor and Manager 59 125
    on Herkomer 62 131­2, 62 137
    on Irving's acting 59 124­6, 59 129, 59 134, 59 136
    on Poel's productions 44 74, 44 76, 44 79­80
Archers, The (Painting) 60 180
Architect (journal) 47 164, 47 166
architects, books reviewed 48 119­20, 55 105
archives
    additions
        1991  47 48
        1993  49 50­2
        1994  50 53­4
        1996  51 55­7, 52 48­9
        1997  53 57­9
        1999  54 61­3
        2000  55 49­51, 55 159­62
        2001  56 179­82
        2002  57 158­61
        2003  58 165­8
        2006  60 176­82
        2007  62 168­72
        2009  63 180­5, 64 175­81
    Bristol University 58 46
    British Library 58 35­7, 58 37
    Harvard Theatre Collection 58 18, 58 26, 58 32
    Kenneth Tynan 51 111
    National Library of Wales 58 18, 58 28­9, 58 32
    National Register of Archives 58 168
    Palace Theatre 55 47
    Pennsylvania State University 58 22
    Saint-Denis, Michel 60 45­51
ArchivesHub 59 107
Arden of Feversham 44 76
Arden, John 58 46, 63 63­4
    Harold Muggins is a Martyr 64 102
Ardwick Empire 49 37
arena staging 56 3
Argelander, Roland 50 65­6
Arguments for a Theatre (Barker) 48 175
Ariel, Mlle 55 102
Ariel's costume 51 62­72
Ariès, Phillipe 45 128­9
Aris's Gazette 52 133, 52 137­40
Aristotle 45 2
Arkell, Reginald 53 58
Arkwright's Wife (Taylor) 48 157­64
Arlequin Emperor dans la Lune 51 52
Arlington, Henry Bennet, Earl of 42 109, 42 114­15
Armide (Lully) 59 28
Armin, Robert 50 122, 50 129­33, 55 75, 56 8, 58 42
Arms and the Man (Shaw) 61 49
Armstrong, Derek 54 61
Armstrong, Frankie 64 100
Armstrong, William 57 118
Army Catering Corps 57 25
Arnaud, Yvonne 58 168
    see also Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Arne, Master 51 51
Arne, Thomas 49 17­18, 54 61, 62 39, 62 46­7, 62 49
    Artaxerxes 62 26, 62 32, 62 34, 62 37­8, 62 42, 62 47­53
Arnold, Janet, (R) 42 90­1
Arnold, Matthew 56 125, 56 129­31
Arnold, Samuel, Maid of the Mill, The 44 10, 62 50
Arnold, Samuel James 43 70, 44 69, 54 148
Arnott, A. 54 177
Arnott, Elsie 60 177
Arnould-Mussot, Jean François, La Mort du Captaine Cook 56 163, 56 165, 56 167
Aron, Geraldine, Same Old Moon 57 69
Arraignment of Paris, The (Peele) 41 21, 64 123
arras see hangings
Arrowsmith's Reformation, The 47 149
Arsinoe, Queen of Cyprus (Clayton) 61 123, 61 124, 62 9
art historians 54 124
'Art made tongue-tied by authority' Elizabethan and Jacobean Dramatic Censorship (Clare) 45 147­9
Artaserse 42 65
Artaxerxes (Arne) 62 26, 62 32, 62 34, 62 37­40, 62 42, 62 47­53
Artfull Husband, The (Taverner) 49 20, 49 21, 49 23
artisans see tradespeople
Artist (journal) 44 62­73
Artist and the Organist, The (Forbes) 60 174
artistic styles 41 24­31, 41 79­89, 41 128­39
Arts Council 43 131, 53 50­5, 58 36, 59 106, 59 108­9
    English Stage Company 64 160­73
    guidelines for Theatre Companies 59 112
    Northern Ireland 54 62
    records 1945-94  52 48
    Secretariat's correspondence 49 50
Arts Depot, Tally Ho, Barnet 59 168
Arts and Humanities Research Board (A.H.R.B.) 59 102, 59 109
    British Library Theatre Archives 58 35­7, 58 37, 58 124
Arts and Humanities Research Council 60 45­51, 63 66­7
Art's Masterpiece (Chantry) 47 128, 47 129, 47 135
Arts Opportunity Theatre, Bristol 63 180
Arts Theatre
    book reviewed 42 47, 42 135
    Cambridge 45 30
    Chekhov productions 56 11
    set designs 46 107
    Waiting for Godot première 50 68
Arundel circuit 53 19
As You Like It (Shakespeare) 58 127, 59 139, 59 178
    Armin in 50 130­2
    benefits 50 21
    Burney playbills 57 138
    Charrington in 64 131
    congestions on stage 56 107
    designs 1994-5  50 177
    extras 51 10
    Fleay on 51 122­3, 61 122
    Globe motto 61 122, 61 127, 61 129
    Gray's 51 99
    Kean's production 57 109
    Macclesfield Theatre 54 29
    Macready in 48 65, 48 70
    stage doors 55 70
    Wynnstay productions 58 18, 58 22, 58 24, 58 26
Asche, Oscar 51 10, 56 21, 64 33
Ashbridge, Elizabeth 58 5­6
Ashbury, Joseph 48 155
    as Master of Revels in Ireland 52 74
    at Smock Alley 52 66, 52 67, 52 68, 52 72, 52 73
Ashby, Edith 44 75, 46 100, 46 102
Ashby-de-la-Zouche 49 125
Ashcroft, Peggy 53 98­114, 56 21, 60 47, 60 48, 63 55
Ashcroft, Tony 49 53
Ashley, Lady Elizabeth 49 8, 49 9
Ashmore, Basil 41 32
Ashton, Geoffrey
    Catalogue of Paintings at the Theatre Museum, London 47 104­6
    obituary 46 3­4
    (R) 41 42­3
Ashton Theatre 50 54
Ashwell, Lena 48 170, 49 100, 49 102, 63 39­54, 63 44, 63 51
Asian theatre 55 104, 55 160, 60 119­21
Asleson, Robyn, A Passion for Performance: Sarah Siddons and Her Portraits 54 124­5
Aspden, Ray A. 59 106
Aspern Papers, The (James) 57 55
Aspland, George 60 121
Ass- Monkeyship (turn-up) 45 80
Assembly Rooms, Rotunda 58 76
Assembly Rooms, Simla, India 62 79­80
Assignation, The (Dryden) 47 23, 47 26, 47 27, 47 148
Association of British Theatre Technicians 59 165, 59 168
Association for Canadian Theatre History 41 32
Astaire, Fred and Adele 56 21, 56 62
Astill, Arthur 49 112
Astington, John H. 41 18­24, 41 48, 47 180, 51 65
    'Acting in the field' 60 129­33
    'John Rhodes: Draper, Bookseller and Man of the Theatre' 57 82­8
    (R) 53 123­4
    'Sir Lewis Lewkenor Sees a Play' 56 4­9
    'Tarlton and the Sanguine Temperament' 53 2­7, 53 4­5
    'The Wits illustration, 1662' 47 122­40, 47 124­5, 47 127, 47 129­31, 47 136­7
    'Two Seventeenth Century Actors: New Facts' 55 2­5
Astle, William 64 146
Astley, Sir John 56 7
Astley's Amphitheatre 41 89, 52 156­7, 58 82
    book reviewed 54 179
    Dickensian characters 47 4­6, 47 17­19
    first and second 42 43, 42 75­8, 42 75­7
    man-monkeys 53 118
    performance dates 55 100
    playbills 51 28, 51 29, 51 34, 51 36, 51 38, 51 40
    Theatre of Arts 47 174, 47 175
Aston, Elaine 50 63
Aston, Tony 51 52, 51 156­7
Astor Theatre, Deal 56 180
L'Atelier de Canova (tableau vivant) 47 158, 47 159
Atheist, The (Otway) 48 105, 48 108, 48 110
Atheist's Tragedy, The (Tourneur) 46 79
Athenaeum (Purnell) 48 164, 48 165, 48 169
Athenaeum, The (journal) 50 149, 61 156­7
Atherton, Miss 51 50
Atkins, Frederick A. 63 168
Atkins, Robert 54 178, 58 96
    Unfinished Autobiography 49 11, 49 118­19
Atkinson, John 63 72
Atkinson, Madge 63 66­7
Atlas journal 61 158­60, 61 164
Atom Secrets, The (Speaight) 57 166
A.T.S. 57 25
Attwood, Clare 47 105
audibility on stage 60 5
audiences and auditoria
    Captain Cook craze 56 168
    Dibdin Pitt 53 45
    early nineteenth century 44 16­26
    French drama 54 179
    Grapes Tavern, Southwark 53 69
    Herkomer's plays 62 135, 62 137
    London 56 132­3
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 135, 63 137­8, 63 141­2, 63 145
    pantomime 60 109
    participation
        at new Globe 51 5­7
        Gray, Terence 51 93­5, 51 98­9, 51 102, 51 106
    in Pit 59 43­4, 59 49, 59 51, 59 52
    prayer endings 64 126
    Queen's Theatre, Hull 60 152, 60 163, 60 165
    research questions 58 36
    Schopenhauer's journal 52 145­8, 52 152, 52 154
    Scottish music hall 53 74­95
    servants in 59 41­52
    Shakespeare 56 182­3
    stage-sitting 64 3­11
    Variety 53 178
    Wynnstay Theatre 58 20­1
    see also seats and seat prices
audiobooks
    History of the Musical 56 74­5
    King Lear 56 74
    The History of The Theatre 55 56
Auerbach, Nina 42 128, 42 131
Ault, Marie 49 55
'Aunchant and Famous Cittie, The': David Rogers and the Chester Mystery Plays (Hart) 44 93­5
Aunt Edwina (Douglas Home) 57 30
Aunt Maud is the Happening Thing (C.A.S.T.) 64 102­3, 64 109
Aureng-Zebe (Dryden) 47 148
Austen, Jane 57 112, 58 33
Austin, Mary 44 25
Australia 55 78­80
    book reviewed 54 178
    Charrington in 64 133
    convict theatres 57 73
    Keans' tour 61 77
    Melbourne 55 79, 55 84
        Princess Theatre 62 154­8, 62 154
    Ristori in 51 176
    Shakespearean theatre 55 83­91, 55 90, 56 73­4
    see also Sydney
Austria 55 2­3, 55 147­8
automatons museum 57 139
Auxiliary Territorial Service see A.T.S.
Aveling, Edward Bibbins 64 132­3
Avenue Theatre
    Charrington at 64 134
    Herkomer lecture 62 133, 62 134, 62 135­6
    orchestra 61 49
Avon Touring Theatre Company 64 176
awards 53 109
    see also research
Ayliff, David 54 177
Aylward, Gladys, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness letter 54 63
Ayr
    Gaiety Theatre 57 114, 57 161
    Opera Company 57 161
Ayres (actor) 51 51
Ayres, Philip, Sejanus His Fall 45 153­6
Ayrshire Archives 63 180
Ayrton, Randle 51 12
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