1 edition of Victorian pantomime found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jim Davis|
|LC Classifications||PN1987.G7 V53 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||2010023755|
Repertory pantomime became most successful at venues such as Salisbury Playhouse under Reggie Salberg, although his brother Derek, working in the commercial theatre, rather begrudgingly stated when discussing Salisbury that "at comparatively small cost splendid results are achieved, the book is invariably beautifully acted and the actors for. The Victorian period witnessed the beginning of a debate on the status of animals that continues today. This volume explicitly acknowledges the way 21st-century deliberations about animal rights and the fact of past and prospective animal extinction haunt the discussion of the Victorians' obsession with s: 1.
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Cinderella’s Ugly Sisters are beautiful specimens of the cross-dressing pantomime dames crucial to the panto. [/caption] The form and style of early British pantomime had its roots in the populist Italian commedia dell’arte of the 16th and 17th centuries, which crossed the Channel to England via France. From the commedia came its stock plots and characters, improvised knockabout fun, music. Pantomime's ambivalent relationship with gender, race and class, its nostalgic appeal to childhood memories, and the continued existence of some Victorian pantomime routines on film are also explored. This book should appeal to academic and general readers : Hardcover.
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Victorian Pantomime: A Collection of Critical Essays Hardcover – Aug by J. Davis (Editor) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Format: Hardcover. Pantomime is that splendidly rare gem of a book.
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Pantomime book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In a land of lost wonders, the past is stirring once more A circus, an alternate world with bits of Victorian and steampunk, and an unforgettable main character.
Victorian pantomime book /5(). Featuring contributions by new and established nineteenth-century theatre scholars, this collection of critical essays is the first of its kind devoted solely to Victorian pantomime. It takes us through the various manifestations of British pantomime in the Victorian period and.
Featuring contributions by new and established nineteenth-century theatre scholars, this collection of critical essays is the first of its kind devoted solely to Victorian pantomime.
It takes us through the various manifestations of British pantomime in the Victorian period and its ambivalent relationship with Victorian : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
This book examines all major aspects of theater practice and dramatic literature of the Victorian period. Michael Booth's comprehensive survey explores the social and cultural context of the theater including theater management, the audience, architecture and production methods, acting and the job of the actor, as well as the drama itself.
Contemporary illustrations of Victorian pantomime (12 images, ) The Victorian pantomime book Problems of Writing for the Stage; Book under review: Richards, Jeffrey.
The Golden Age of Pantomime: Slapstick, Spectacle and Subversion in Victorian England. London & New York: I. Tauris, + xiipp. ISBN: £ Other References. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Jim Davis --The golden age of mid-Victorian period: E.L.
Blanchard and "the golden age of pantomime" / Jeffrey Richards --"Arcadias of pantomime": Ruskin, pantomime, and The Illustrated London news / Sharon Aronofsky Weltman. About this book Introduction Featuring contributions by new and established nineteenth-century theatre scholars, this collection of critical essays is the first of its kind devoted solely to Victorian pantomime.
• The Golden Age of Pantomime: Slapstick, Spectacle and Subversion in Victorian England by Jeffrey Richards is published by IB Tauris at £ • A. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Pantomime (/ ˈ p æ n t ə m aɪ m /; informally panto) is a type of musical comedy stage production designed for family entertainment.
It was developed in England and is performed throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland and (to a lesser extent) in other English-speaking countries, especially during the Christmas and New Year season.
Even February in the first half of the nineteenth century was not too late for a pantomime, which may explain in part why eight London theatres offered adaptations of the first Christmas Book over a month after Christmas.
Pantomime features in the Christmas Books include the pattern of moral confrontation, the gripping opening, the scenic. Pantomime evolved in form and content through the course of the 19th century, often reflecting wider Victorian cultural trends, and would continue to change during the 20 th, but by the late Victorian period had developed many characteristics still recognisable today: a stable of fairytale plots, comedy, spectacle, music, Principal Boys, dames.
Many Victorian luminaries were devotees of the pantomime, notably among them John Ruskin, Charles Dickens, Lewis Carroll and W.E. Gladstone. In this vivid and evocative account of the Victorian pantomime, Jeffrey Richards examines the potent combination of slapstick, spectacle and subversion that ensured the enduring popularity of the : Advertising novelty of Ada Blanche as Dick Whittington from an pantomime.
When Augustus Henry Glossop Harris reopened the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in he embarked on a series of spectacular shows, melodramas and elaborate Christmas pantomimes. Dick Whittington was the pantomime for the /95 season, with Ada Blanche as Dick. The signature feature in the Victorian pantomime was the spectacular transformation scene, in which the mortal characters, having had their quarrels and romantic dilemmas happily resolved, would be magically transformed into the archetypal figures of the harlequinade and turned loose on a career of comic : Mary Christian.
In this, the first everand still the onlypublished collection of pantomime sketches and gags, actor Paul Harris has gathered together a hilarious selection of theatrical material, much of which originated in Victorian times and which has been updated and refined over the past century/5.
Bits and Bobs on Victorian Pantomimes Pantomimes grew to be increasingly popular and elaborate forms of theatrical entertainment in the Victorian era. describes pantomimes as, “a theatrical entertainment, mainly for children, that involves music, topical jokes, and slapstick comedy and is based on a fairy tale or nursery story.
Ingenuity and inventiveness. The very restrictions that forbade the new theatres to do Shakespeare or other straight plays perhaps partly inspired the brilliant ingenuity and inventiveness of entertainment at this time. Unlicensed premises relied on silent or musically-accompanied action, physical theatre, animals and acrobatics, and thus both melodrama and the Victorian pantomime were developed.
Yet throughout the nineteenth century pantomime was one of the most successful and commercially viable forms of popular entertainment and a crucial component of Victorian popular culture.
Moreover, pantomime as we know it today, in both form and structure, is very much the legacy of developments that occurred in the late-Victorian by: 3.- Explore vickirean's board "Pantomime", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Pantomime, Art of silence and Send in the clowns pins.Victorian Pantomime on Twentieth-century Film. In book: Victorian Pantomime, pp which offer further insights into the methods and personalities and venues of Victorian pantomime.