Theatre Notebook composite index – vols 41-64



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Theatre Notebook

COMPOSITE INDEX – VOLS 41-64

published by Society for Theatre Research.


Compiled by Indexing Specialists (UK) Ltd, Indexing House, 306A Portland Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 6LP. Tel: 01273 416777

email: indexers@indexing.co.uk Website: www.indexing.co.uk


This index is also available online at: http://www.str.org.uk/notebook/indexes/index.html

where volume numbers are linked to more information about relevant back issues.
Notes:

Page references in italics indicate illustrations.

Plays, operas and reviewed publications are listed under their titles, in italics, followed by the authors’ names in parentheses (if recorded).

Article titles are listed ‘in quotes’.

(R) indicates review/s by.

7:84 (Scotland) Theatre Co 63 183, 64 178

99 Strand, Theatre at 56 179

1956 And All That (Rebellato) 55 103–5
A. & S. Gatti scripts collection 54 123

Aaron, Stephen 53 108

Abbeville Rooms, Simla, India 62 80–3, 62 94

Abbey Theatre, Dublin 53 60, 56 16, 56 180, 59 176–7, 59 178

Abbot, William 43 53, 43 54, 63 85–6

ABC of Theatre Jargon, The (Reid) 56 75

Abdelazer (Behn) 42 19, 47 150, 47 152

à Beckett, Gilbert Abbott 50 82, 61 146–8, 61 151–2, 61 161–2, 61 164

Abel, C. Douglas 43 96

‘Edmund Kean’s Masonic career’ 43 69–70

Abel, C.F. 42 68

Aberdeen


Arts Centre Film Club 53 59

Beach Pavilion 53 82

Burney playbills 57 138–9

songs 53 81–3

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 71–2, 43 5, 47 170–1

salary 64 60

Abolition of Slavery Act 61 164–5

Aborigines 55 83–4, 55 88–9

Abra-Mulé (Trapp) 61 127

Abraham (Hroswitha) 46 114

Abrams, Harriet 53 116, 54 60–1

Abrams, Richard, ‘Oldys, Motteux and ‘The Play’rs old motto’: The ‘Totus Mundus’ conundrum revisited’ 61 122–31

Abrams, Theodosia 53 116, 54 61

Abse, Dannie 51 56

Absence of War, The 48 50

absurd theatre 50 68–77



Abuses 44 119, 44 120, 45 123

Academy of Dramatic Art 54 171



Accessions to Repositories 60 181, 62 172, 63 184–5

1990, theatrical manuscripts 46 48–9

2009 64 175–81

H.M.C. 56 181–2



Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Fo) 64 107–8

account books, Georgian theatre 64 58–9, 64 61, 64 72



Account of the English Dramatick Poets (Langbaine) 61 127

accountants 54 35–41

Accrington theatres 50 117

Acheson, Arthur, 1st Earl of Gosford 63 81

Acheson, Mary 63 81

Achurch, Janet 60 175, 61 107, 61 109, 64 130–49



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 2–16, 45 6, 45 8, 45 10–11, 45 13–14

eighteenth century 41 24–31, 41 79–89, 41 128–39, 41 133, 41 135, 41 137

Saint-Denis’ productions 53 96–115

Acting Women: Images of Women in Theatre (Ferris) 46 52–3

Actor as Playwright in Early Modern Drama (Johnson) 58 42–3

Actor Prepares, An (Stanislavsky) 53 99

actor-managers

books reviewed 54 65–6, 63 61–2

Charrington 64 130–59

disadvantages of system 54 179

Fagan 56 15

programmes 56 21

actors


book reviewed 55 103

Covent Garden dispute 1800 63 92–125

in the eighteenth century 61 132–43

names as textual evidence 63 70–9

nurseries 48 148–56

salaries see salaries

in the seventeenth century 55 2–5

strike, 1743 52 9

war service 60 129–33

see also individual actors

Actors’ Association 41 124, 41 126, 44 32, 44 36, 44 37

Actor’s Benevolent Fund (A.B.F.) 41 118–22, 41 126

Actors’ Company 52 164–7

Actor’s Make-Up Book (Helmer) 50 98, 50 102

actresses

books reviewed 48 57–9, 60 67

as boys in Shakespeare 48 132–3

Calcutta theatricals 61 71

early actresses 59 10

eighteenth-century 64 112–13

feminism 50 62–5

‘lines of business’ 59 71, 59 72

Restoration 51 76

in society 59 174

status 54 125

Victorian 41 114–28

see also actors; individual actresses

Actresses’ Franchise League (A.F.L.) 42 128, 42 130, 45 133–5, 49 100, 49 101, 50 64

Actresses on the Victorian Stage: Feminine Performances and the Galatea Myth (Marshall) 53 178–80

Adam and Eve (turn-up) 45 70

Adam and Eve wall paintings 52 102–3

Adam, Robert 47 76–7, 53 135–7

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 56–7

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 93–4, 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, 59 155–7

1935-8 receipt book 49 112

A. & S. Gatti scripts collection 54 123

archives 55 47

Birmingham 63 130, 63 131–48

Black Eyed Susan 50 168, 50 169

burlesque 42 118–23, 56 183

ghost drama 1863 43 21

Jack Sheppard plays 54 102–3, 54 105, 54 107, 54 110, 54 112, 54 116, 54 119–20

lighting 46 125

Moor Street, Birmingham 63 130, 63 131–48

programmes 56 20, 56 23, 56 38, 56 46, 56 50, 56 52–3, 56 64–5

‘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 53 163–73

actors’ names as evidence 63 77

royal control of 55 5

stage-sitting 64 6

Swan Theatre 55 122–3

Tamburlaine 57 79, 57 81

admission orders 63 93, 63 103–6, 63 112, 63 119–20

admission prices

actors’ disputes 63 102

Dorset Garden Theatre 62 63–75

Moor Street Adelphi 63 139, 63 146

Music Hall 53 67, 53 69

see also tickets



Adrian the Betrayer (ghost show) 43 23–4, 51 111–12

Adrien de Frontignac 51 112

Adrienne Lecouvreur (Scribe and Legouvé) 64 136

Adron, Ralph 55 49

‘advanced price’ seats 62 66, 62 67, 62 71–3

Adventures of Five Hours, The (Tuke) 47 25–7, 60 76, 61 12–31

Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor, The (turn-up) 45 81

advertising 41 54–5

Georgian theatre 64 72–3, 64 75

Home’s Douglas 60 137–40

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, 50 135–45

Part II 50 136, 50 142

AEsop’s fables 57 121–2, 57 124, 57 125

Affair of Honour, An 53 37

‘affections’ 41 128–9

A.F.H.Q. Theatre Club 57 25, 57 26

A.F.L. see Actresses’ Franchise League

African-Americans 61 96–7

‘African Roscius’ see Aldridge, Ira; Smith, Morgan

African slaves 62 10

After Dark (Boucicault) 64 29

After Dickens: Reading Adaptation and Performance (Glavin) 54 125–7

afterpieces

benefits 50 24–5, 63 106–7

Hobart Town, Tasmania 55 87

Agas, Ralph 54 74, 54 75, 54 77

Agate, James 52 166, 56 14–15



Age, The (periodical) 61 152–3, 61 156, 61 164

Agit Prop theatre 64 101



Agreeable Surprise, The (O’Keeffe) 58 18, 58 22, 58 24–5, 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, 54 116–17

air-conditioned theatres 62 161



Airs on a Shoestring (Lister) 53 52

Akademi, South Asia 55 160

alabaster carvings 48 85–102, 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 47–8, 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, 59 123–5, 59 133, 59 136, 59 138, 59 143

Two Roses 59 139–40

Albion and Albanius (Dryden) 48 105, 48 108, 48 112–14, 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 66–8

Betterton’s revival 54 87

congestions on stage 56 107

costumes 46 102, 46 103

Poel’s staging 44 74–80, 44 77–8, 46 95–104

promptbooks and programmes 46 95–6

stage doors 60 19–20



Alcibiades (Otway) 47 150

alcoholism 61 84, 61 86–7

Aldersey, Mr 58 24–6

Alderson, Brian 56 79

Aldridge, Ira 47 112, 60 15, 60 30–44, 60 31, 61 144–69

Aldwych Theatre 53 107–15, 56 11, 60 52–6

ale houses see tap-houses

Alexander, Alexander 64 83–4

Alexander, Bill 51 13

Alexander, Ewart 63 183

Alexander, George 56 21, 59 142

memorials 57 72

St. James’s Theatre 46 59–73, 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 33–4, 60 41–2

Alhambra Music Hall 60 104, 60 108

Alhambra, The (Smith) 58 127, 58 133

Alhambra Theatre 49 43, 58 161–2

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 31–2, 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 18–19, 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 43–5

(R) 41 146–7

Allen, Maud 53 178

Allen, P.S. 46 137, 46 141

Allen, Samuel 44 76

Allers, C.W. 44 33

Alleyn, Edward 49 54–5, 53 147, 55 123, 55 127, 57 81

Allfree, Claire 62 121

Allied Forces Headquarters see A.F.H.Q.

‘allowed’ books 56 141–2

All’s Lost by Lust (Rowley) 55 15

All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare) 55 69, 56 107, 60 22–3

Almanzor and Almahide (Dryden) 47 23, 47 27

Almoner’s House, St. Paul’s 54 73–4, 54 75, 54 77, 54 78–9, 54 80–1



Alphonso, King of Naples (Powell) 48 109

Alternatives Within the Mainstream: British Black and Asian Theatres (Godiwala) 60 119–21

Amalgamated Musicians’ Union 61 52

Amateur Dramatic Club (A.D.C.), Simla 62 78–103, 62 85

organisation 62 92–8, 62 93, 62 95

repertoire 62 86–91, 62 89–90, 62 107–20

amateur theatre

archive papers 63 180, 63 181, 64 176, 64 178

Calcutta 61 73–4

Kenward 57 25, 57 29–30

private theatricals 58 18–34, 58 19, 58 23

programmes 56 19

Simla, India 62 76–120

travelling players 58 61

twentieth century 58 92

Ambassadors’ Theatre 52 48

Amber, Nishat 62 105–6

Amberg, Andrew 43 136–7

Amberg, Anthony 51 170–1

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. 64 101–2

Chicago, Iroquois Theatre 53 175–6

civil war 61 77–106

Kean’s tour 55 80–2, 61 77–106

musicals 56 74–5

Nash in 64 31, 64 32

Pálmay in 55 156

Poel influence 53 159

Lady Rosehill in 64 82–95

theatre video records 43 134–5

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 63 131–48

first 53 134–5

frons scenae 55 61–2

grates on doors 56 140

staging resources 56 86–7

Théâtre du Marais 55 25, 55 26–7, 55 33–6

see also outdoor stages

Amphitryon (Dryden) 48 108, 49 22

Amphitryon (Molière) 55 36

Amthos, Mr (actor) 54 28–9

An tOireachtas 54 62

Analysis of Beauty (Hogarth) 47 29–40

Anatomist, The (Ravenscroft) 48 14, 49 13–19, 49 22–3, 61 135–6, 62 7–9, 62 11, 62 17

Anatomy of Melancholy (Burton) 61 128

ancient theatre

acting style 45 2–16, 45 6, 45 8, 45 10–11, 45 13–14

mime 46 136–44



Ancient World on the Victorian and Edwardian Stage, The (Richards) 64 51–2

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 49 108–10

‘Theatres in Totnes’ 44 55–62

Anderson, James (actor) 44 113

Anderson, James (Drury Lane manager) 58 125–6, 58 128

Anderson, James R. 47 157, 51 82, 51 85

Anderson, John Henry 50 154

Anderson, Lawrence 57 19, 57 21–2

Anderson, Lindsay 64 163–9, 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 2–10, 44 5, 44 8

‘Angry Young Men’ broadcasts (Saint-Denis) 60 46, 60 49–51

Angus, Scotland 56 181

Animal Magnetism (Inchbald) 48 166–7

animals 53 118

Dorset Garden’s dancing monkeys 57 119–35, 57 123, 57 125

early 17c. entertainment 52 124

‘Greene’s Baboone’ 60 72–5

juggling acts 57 94

see also individual types of animal

Annajanska (Shaw) 48 81

Annals, Michael 45 38



Annals (Stow) 54 71–2

Anne, Queen 61 2, 61 5, 61 138–40

birthday celebrations 47 69, 62 7–19

annual indexes 53 59

Anspach, Margrave of 63 149–50

Anspach, Margravine of 63 149–50, 63 149–50

Antarctic theatricals 57 143–57, 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 33–4, 48 12, 58 40–1

book reviewed 45 106–7, 54 177–8

Burney playbills 57 138

congestions on stage 56 107

extras 51 10

stage doors 55 69

stage level 48 51–2, 48 172, 48 173

Antwerp 49 93



Apartments ‘Visitors to the Exhibition may be accommodated’ 58 127–8

ape impersonators 60 72–5

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 74–5, 63 101–2

Apothecaries Hall 44 74, 44 76–9, 44 77–8, 59 65, 61 3

Alchemist, The 46 95–102, 46 99–100

apothecaries’ special effects 61 2–11



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’ 47 168–9

Apprentice, The (Murphy)



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