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Around Theatres - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • AROUND THEATRES *
  • The Older and Better Music Hall 381
  • The Lower Depths 386
  • An Inquiry into a Convention 390
  • Ruy Blas 394
  • Mr. Alexander's Coup 397
  • Some Irish Plays and Players 402
  • Hymeneal Dramaturgy 408
  • Mr. Gilbert's RentrÉe (and Mine) 413
  • Patriotic Drama at the Haymarket 419
  • Sarah 424
  • A Panacea 428
  • A Play for the Populace 433
  • Literary Men on the Stage 438
  • An Hortation 444
  • Dan Leno 448
  • Mr. Shaw at His Best 453
  • The Child Barrie 459
  • Mr. Sutro's New Play 464
  • The Thieves' Comedy 470
  • At the St. James's Theatre 480
  • Salomé 485
  • Mme. Le Bargy Et Cie. 490
  • Mr. Conrad's Play 495
  • A Word to Mr. Gillette 500
  • The Return of the Prodigal 506
  • Henry Irving 511
  • The Voysey Inheritance 518
  • Actresses and Ages 524
  • Mr. Shaw's Position 528
  • Idolum Aularum 535
  • "Dorothy O' The" Bowery 540
  • The Fascinating Mr. Vanderveldt 545
  • In the Pit 549
  • A Note on the Ballet 554
  • Ibsen 558
  • Yvette Guilbert and Albert Chevalier 563
  • Mr. Shaw's Roderick Hudson 567
  • The Campden Wonder 572
  • The Philanderer 576
  • Unattractive, Undramatised 580
  • Fantasy in Distress 585
  • Miss Robins' "Tract" 590
  • Mr. Hawtrey's New Birth 596
  • A Revival of "Prunella" 599
  • Reading Plays Aloud 603
  • A Published Play 606
  • The Ballet at the Empire 610
  • At His Majesty's Theatre 614
  • Mr. Vedrenne 618
  • "Sarah's" Memoirs 623
  • In an Italian Music Hall 628
  • Arms and the Man 632
  • About Pantomime 635
  • A Memorable Performance 640
  • The Sicilian Entertainment 645
  • The Grand-Guignol 650
  • Getting Married 655
  • An Adramatist 661
  • A Deplorable Affair 666
  • Impressions of Henry Irving 670
  • The Corsican Brothers 676
  • Agonising Samson 681
  • Coquelin's Death 690
  • "The Frogs" at Oxford 695
  • Mr. Henry James' Play 698
  • A Touching Document 704
  • Mademoiselle Pandore 710
  • Middle-Class Life from Without 715
  • At the Gaiety 721
  • Mr. Shaw's "Debate" 725
  • Justice 731
  • The Madras House 735
  • A Fashionable Tragedian 740
  • Habit 745
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