Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film

Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film is a magazine focusing on Arts

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 1, Summer

Editorial
When the present editorial group took over the production of Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, the editors had two missions - to increase the range of material on early film that the journal published and to make available material related to performance...
New Readings in Theatre History
Jacky Bratton, New Readings in Theatre History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xi + 238 pp. $55.00 hardback, $24 paperback.It is now some fifteen years since the appearance of Tom Postlewait and Bruce McConachie's landmark volume Interpreting...
The Diary of an Actress: An Introduction1
This introduction discusses the context and historiographic issues raised by the nineteenth century autobiographical text, The Diary of an Actress: or the Realities of Stage Life. It sets out to locate the publication in the context of the Victorian...
The Diary of an Actress: Or the Realities of a Stage Life
The Diary of an Actress: or the Realities of Stage Life was published anonymously in 1885, edited by the Reverend Henry Cary Shuttleworth. It has been attributed to an unknown actress and middle class, educated woman from a non-theatrical family, Alma...